The Christopher Columbus Transcontinental Highway.....

What is that you might be asking your self? It is better known as the San Bernardino Freeway in the Inland Empire.

Since I have lived here my entire life I have watched the 10 freeway from its ground braking first shovel dug in 1955 to its importance today as one of the major egress highways in and out of the Inland Empire as well as the rest of Southern California.

Decades Long wait is over as bridge over rails opens 3 months early.....

After nearly 50 years in the making, the long awaited North San Bernardino University Parkway bridge over the UP and BNSF tracks is completed. All that remains now is to clean up the tons of bits of concrete and shiny drill shavings that still sit on the dirt embankments bordering smooth concrete and asphalt.

Padua Hills lives on....

Despite brush fires, two earthquakes and numerous other calamities including heavy flooding during the 1969 floods, Padua Hill Theatre and Dinning still survives the decades.

The Padua Hills Theatre is located in the hills of Claremont, California at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains and the MT. Baldy Resort. It is in a very natural setting with a very tranquil feel with the surrounding natural beauty.

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