When goofy teen movie “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” hit theaters in 1989, the comedy of errors carried San Dimas with it into American popular culture, but now that the duo has reappeared in last summer’s “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” their connection to the city is getting a closer look.
San Dimas’ downtown stretch is short--just one-quarter mile--with three restaurants, five antique shops, and seven beauty salons. Residents are not apt to complain about what’s already there, but rather what’s missing.
San Dimas residents are used to seeing all matter of wildlife in the foothills and even in their backyard. Yet for many people living within the San Gabriel Valley, the coyotes are just a little too close for comfort.