Building a More Bikeable San Dimas
Local bike advocate Doug Strange shares a wealth of information and inspiration about how to make our cities more bike-friendly.
How Changes in Via Verde Could Impact All of San Dimas (Again)
Concerns about Via Verde grading changes range from aesthetic, to environmental, to ethical.
Should San Dimas Break Up with the Public Health Department?
Local resident and public administrator Shawn Granger sheds light on the benefits and costs of breaking away from the county’s public
True Way Cult, Circa 1997
God’s Salvation Church, also known as Chen Tao or the True Way Cult, called San Dimas home for a short time
Why Civic Engagement Matters
Listen to my thoughts about why civic engagement matters–especially on the local level.
Stay Well San Dimas
Stay Well San Dimas promotes healthy living to prevent alcohol and drug use in communities.
Peace + Love
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Wish Upon a Toy
Wish Upon a Toy is a non-profit organization that delivers gifts and joy on Christmas to cancer patients at the City
Will San Dimas Build Low-Income Housing?
My husband Phil Ebiner and I talk about what housing may look like in San Dimas in the not-too-distant future.
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