Patti Schwelo-Lopez will lead a painting workshop using alcohol inks on yupo paper to launch the 2022 Banning Art Gallery Young Artists Workshop program, which begins this Saturday, Jan. 22.
The whimsical works of Dutch artist Bjorn Wiinblad are on display as part of the Edward-Dean Museum’s newest exhibition “Touch of Magic: Life and Work of Bjorn Wiinblad,” featuring his charming characters.
Over the last year-and-a-half, the Banning Library District and the Friends of Banning Library have come together to produce a series of mini-documentaries, “Exploring the Pass,” about important places and events in the San Gorgonio Pass region.
- Statewide mandatory organic collection
- Sun Lakes bids farewell to Moyers
- Rangel Park will get its due diligence
- Opinion: Warehousing mortgages Banning’s future for a quick and unhealthy buck
- As COVID cases rise at Pass area schools, Banning will keep kids in classrooms
- For $22K, ‘Redlands Promise’ appeals to regional high school students
- Banning lands $4 million grant to replace defunct well
- Police arrest attempted murder suspect
- Young artist workshops to be hosted at Banning Art Gallery
- Fidel Joe Ochoa
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The Manhattan Short Film Festival will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. and Thursday Sept. 30 beginning at 2:30 p.m. at Look Cinemas, 340 N Eureka St, Redlands.
Fred Gear, a 45-year-old artist who recently moved to Banning from Georgia, painted the mural “The Medicine Wheel” at the intersection of Ramsey and First streets.
On Aug. 7, the independent films of the Prestige Film Festival were viewed from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. at the Fox Cineplex on Ramsey Street in Banning.
Catch A Star Theatrical (CAST) Players, Beaumont's community theater, is turning the lights back on after being dark since March 2020 because of the pandemic.
Banning hopes to become an epicenter of film and film culture, and with this year’s inaugural Prestige Film Festival at the iconic Fox Cineplex theater, the buzz and the promise has been exciting.
After a year-long forced hiatus in light of the pandemic, the Playhouse Bowl returns for its traditional August Evenings in the Park summer concert series, with an added bonus of an additional concert in September.
COVID-19 may have kept visitors from enjoying treats of cherry pies and samples of cherry cheesecake, but it did not deter supporters from coming out to participate in the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Rotary Club’s Cherries Jubilee event and fundraising spaghetti pickup dinner.
Celebrity chef Fabio Viviani will bring his passion for incredible food and his world-renowned reputation for elevated hospitality to the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa.
The Cultural Alliance of the Pass has adopted the theme ‘Keep the Arts Alive’ as it takes steps to welcome the Pass area back to fine art at its Banning Art Gallery, the only privately owned nonprofit fine arts gallery in this area.
LifeHouse Theater celebrates reopening as the company launches its 27th season with an Inland Empire family favorite, “Esther!” Guests are invited to journey back to ancient Persia and join the courageous Queen Esther as she outwits the evil and treacherous Haman.
Catch A Star Theatrical (CAST) Players, Beaumont's community theater, was recently notified that four of its productions in 2019 had been judged as deserving of awards for "Excellence in Theatre" by the Inland Theatre League (ITL), an association of 54 community theaters throughout the Inlan…
A derelict apartment building whose downstairs was the former home of the Banning Art Gallery is destined for demolition, to make way for parking.
“Who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned Melodrama?” asks seasoned director Pamela Lambert as she presents her sensational original production of “Sweet Nell in Distress” at the Footlighters outdoor stage and music hall.
The Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals, which were earlier postponed until October because of the growing spread of coronavirus, have been canceled for 2020.
Homeschooled Brothers Nathan and Ayden Poleynard of Beaumont’s Mission Vista Academy, and Roni Vis of Inspire Charter School were among those receiving recognition during the fifth week of “Art Connects” visual arts competition, sponsored by the Riverside County Office of Education.
The show must go on, and the Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery will not disappoint when it presents its annual Student Exhibition in the college’s new online gallery on Monday, April 27.
D’Place Entertainment is making available one of the simple pleasures that makes movie night an event: freshly popped movie theater popcorn.
The Morongo peoples and local tribes paved the way and set the standard for sustainability, led in part by support from a Supreme Court ruling that established gaming rights on tribal lands.
Cold damp weather did not deter hundreds of visitors from enjoying the samples of breads, cheeses, olive oils, kombuchas, shrubs and other fermented food and drink Last weekend as Highland Springs Ranch held its annual Sourdough Festival in Cherry Valley.
The Yucaipa Performing Arts Center has announced its early spring programs, which include modern folk music, classic cello, rock & roll and jazz performers.
Open auditions for LifeHouse Theater’s original musical “Little Women,” will be Thursday, Feb. 27, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at LifeHouse Theater, 1135 N. Church Street, Redlands. Auditions will be held on a first come-first served basis and those auditioning must be at least 10 years of age. Ro…