We were in the Claremont area last week with Carolyn Wing Greenlee and Hal Baker shooting interviews for both our documentary on Milford Zornes and Carolyn's on Betty Davenport Ford. Both shoots involved artist Tony Sheets, son of the legendary Millard Sheets. We had lunch at Mike Verbal's "Pizza and Such" restaurant in Claremont Village. Usually, there's a discussion about where to eat because Claremont has so many wonderful eating places. And I got to thinking about what a unique gem of a community it really is—culinary and otherwise. There's a reason why Milford Zornes kept coming back to Claremont.