Bonita Unified School District Superintendent Carl Coles and I talked about what on-campus learning will look like as schools reopen in April 2021.
Local bike advocate Doug Strange shares a wealth of information and inspiration about how to make our cities more bike-friendly.
Concerns about Via Verde grading changes range from aesthetic, to environmental, to ethical.
Local resident and public administrator Shawn Granger sheds light on the benefits and costs of breaking away from the county’s public health department.
God’s Salvation Church, also known as Chen Tao or the True Way Cult, called San Dimas home for a short time in the mid-1990’s.
Listen to my thoughts about why civic engagement matters–especially on the local level.
Stay Well San Dimas promotes healthy living to prevent alcohol and drug use in communities.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Wish Upon a Toy is a non-profit organization that delivers gifts and joy on Christmas to cancer patients at the City of Hope.
My husband Phil Ebiner and I talk about what housing may look like in San Dimas in the not-too-distant future.
“Skatepark Mom” Savannah Spillman shares sage advice that may inspire you to pick up a skateboard.
Wheeeew, it has been a year–and it’s not over yet!
Concerns about Via Verde zoning changes range from aesthetic, to environmental, to ethical.
Peter Hidalgo talks about how attending Mt. SAC changed his life and why he is ready to give back.
Here are resources I have found for the November 2020 election.
A bunch of local volunteers and I are launching a hyper-local community newspaper.
Learn about the benefits of trees, what the Urban Forest is, and tips for caring for your trees.
Keith Buck protested at Gilead Sciences in San Dimas over their unfair prices for COVID-19 treatment.
Let’s reminisce about the past and travel to the future with Bill & Ted.
Community members raise their voices to re-open the Bonelli Park R11 Walkway.
Journalist and designer Evan Solano and I explore the importance of local news.
This mother-daughter duo organized a rally to support a resolution denouncing George Floyd’s death.
I reflect on the upsetting events of the recent City Council meeting, how it affected me, and why I am still hopeful.
Michelle Pasos of United Yoga Studio encourages us all to practice self-care.
High school seniors Andrea and Chris reflect on their final semester during the coronavirus pandemic.
Today, I would like to take a moment of silence for George Floyd.
Listen for some tips for speaking at a San Dimas City Council meeting.
Get to know me–your neighbor Isabel–and what I love about San Dimas.
Dr. Shiloh and I uncover the true crime story of Constable Funkhouser’s unsolved 1922 murder.
The 17,000 acre San Dimas Experimental Forest is a mystery to most local residents.
Our baby girl is here!
The new Palermo Bakery in Via Verde is a modern twist on traditions of the past.
Let’s take a moment of pause to acknowledge the current moment and find some peace if we can.
Learn about the early citrus industry that put San Dimas on the map.
I am taking an election week holiday. Don’t forget to vote by March 3!
Listen to a summary of all the candidates and issues before the election.
Learn more about the issues and candidates for the upcoming March 2020 election.
Incumbent John Ebiner reviews his past accomplishments and goals for the future.
Public servant Emma Ramirez reveals some new ideas she has for the City if elected.
Nichole Gonzales talks about her vision for the City during this time of transition.
David Estrada says his professional experience can bring the City together.
Police Detective Eric Weber shares what led him to run for City Council.
What is the Specific Plan No. 23 Moratorium, and why should you care?
Traffic safety around schools is a real problem–with potential solutions.
Happy Holidays from Isabel and the Ebiners!
Explore the history and charm behind San Dimas’s iconic Walker House.
The City has a new contract with Urban Graffiti Enterprises, Inc., for graffiti removal.
Learn about Pioneer Square, a development proposal for downtown San Dimas.
Have you ever wondered why there are so many salons in San Dimas?
A proposed sales tax increase will be on the March 2020 ballot.
What’s with those orange No Big Hotel yard signs?
Have you ever seen a coyote at 5th and Eucla? I haven’t!
Welcome to the first episode of Isabel in San Dimas!