The Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to The Box theater in Downtown Riverside on Saturday, Oct. 12. The annual Film Fest will kick off with free beer and tacos prior to an evening showing of beautifully produced environmental documentary shorts that are funny, heartwarming, impactful,…
A multimedia art exhibition by ecologist and Joshua Tree National Park artist-in-residence Juniper Harrower, will open on Friday, Oct. 18, as the inaugural show at the new Black Rock Art Gallery located in Joshua Tree National Park.
On Sept. 29, CAST Players of Beaumont opened their season with the Lee Blessing drama “A Walk in the Woods”, starring Ralph Griffey and Larry Sichter and directed by Richard Meinhold. I was able to make my way to the production on this moderately attended opening afternoon.
The MSJC Art Gallery is pleased to present “The Prototype,” a very special sculptural installation by Gustavo Godoy. He will provide a public tour of the installation from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15.
LifeHouse Theater is pleased to announce its next Sunday Night Special to be a special Improv comedy night. Based on the popular hit show “Who’s Line Is It Anyway,” LifeHouse Theater’s Improv Night will feature veterans of the LifeHouse stage performing in improv scenes under the guidance of…
Downtown Banning was a destination for celebrating visual arts last Saturday, starting with an all-day reception for award-winning artists at the Banning Art Gallery next to The Haven bistro, and an afternoon soirée of student art displays and sales at Toti’s Art Studio.
Hundreds of spectators are stampeding to Morongo this weekend to watch professional and amateur riders and ropers compete for cash prizes in the 7th Annual Open Ranch Rodeo, a free event set for Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Morongo Indian Reservation.
In celebration of National Hispanic History Month, Mt. San Jacinto College on Oct. 2 is proud to present “Los Valientes: The Courageous Ones” – a free chamber music theatre production exploring the artistic and political passions of Diego Rivera, the unwavering commitment to human rights of …
Union Pacific Railroad has announced the return of Big Boy steam locomotive #4014 to Southern California in October.
Pat Dawley, Diana Morningstar and Kathleen Smith all had a good reason for getting to Oktoberfest early on opening night, Sept. 20, at Noble Creek Community Park.
The star of the next production, Bradley Lewis, is not only a dedicated actor with P.A.T., but he spends two days a week volunteering for Carol's Kitchen.
To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, Cal State San Bernardino will hold a number of events on campus and at its Palm Desert Campus from Sept. 15-Oct. 15 to recognize the contributions, heritage and culture of Hispanics and Latino Americans.
The city of Banning is accepting applications for the 2020-21 Community Development Block Grant Program, funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The public is invited to the free Fall Fest event at the historic San Timoteo Canyon Schoolhouse, located at 31985 San Timoteo Canyon Rd. in Redlands on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Swarms of characters — or, folks whose costumes invoked their favorite characters — showed in force Friday evening to check out Banning's first Comic Con, which was held simultaneously with the bi-weekly market night.
The season kicks off September 21, 2019 with many of the traditional attractions, including u-pick and pre-picked pumpkins, corn maze, petting zoo and pony rides. New this year is an actual half-sized Train. This working locomotive is a replica of the Central Pacific Railroad #60, a 4-4-0 st…