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Cultural & Religious in the Inland Empire

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Pete and Pete Reunion Show @ The Orpheum in Los Angeles on August 28

Pete and Pete Reunion Show @ The Orpheum in Los Angeles on August 28

Jerkweeds everywhere rejoice. The Cinefamily group, masters of nostalgia and found footage from years past, is teaming up with FYF to bring to life the dreams of millions of 90s kids by creating the first and only Pete and Pete Reunion Show. The show will take place on August 28 at the end of Cinefamily’s [...]

July 17, 2012 Matthew Bramlett

Hootenanny 2012 Review/Pics

Hootenanny 2012 Review/Pics

Hootenanny 2012 was set to be one of the best concerts of the year. They kept adding and adding to their amazing line up and the show just looked like it would be nothing short of amazing. Of course, there was no way this fest was going to be anything but spectacular considering that the [...]

July 16, 2012 John D.

National Day of the Cowboy Events in Redlands

National Day of the Cowboy Events in Redlands

The city of Redlands will be honoring California’s rich Cowboy heritage with some really awesome events at the end of the month to commemorate The National Day of the Cowboy. Starting on Sunday, July 22nd, the historic Fox Theater will host a 50th anniversary screening of John Ford’s classic 1962 film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, [...]

July 6, 2012 John D.

Cleopatra Exhibit @ The California Science Center

Cleopatra Exhibit @ The California Science Center

The California Science Center received and opened up their brand new Cleopatra exhibit on May 23rd, 2012. It’s being sponsored by both National Geographic and the Hilti foundation which means that you can expect some amazing stuff at this exhibit. There will be over 150 pieces of Egyptian artifacts that were recently uncovered and have never been [...]

May 23, 2012 John D.

JazzReggae Festival at UCLA

JazzReggae Festival at UCLA

Photo/Editorial Review of the 2012 JazzReggae Festival at UCLA Dated May 28, 2012 The 26th Annual JazzReggae Festival went smoothly at UCLA’s intramural field on May 27, 2012, with top-notch performances from some great bands for the event’s Jam Day. Check out our pics below. Headlining the Jam Day were The Roots, the hip-hop jam [...]

May 12, 2012 Kris

Riverside Singer Leaves the Twang Behind in Nashville

Riverside Singer Leaves the Twang Behind in Nashville

Sarah Horn fell in love with classical music as a young girl in Riverside, but after high school she headed to Nashville to earn a degree in commercial vocal performance. She'll be performing with The Raincross Chorale on April 20, 2012. [...]

April 13, 2012 Kris L.

Cinco de Mayo 2012 in the Inland Empire & Southern California

Cinco de Mayo 2012 in the Inland Empire & Southern California

Cinco de Mayo weekend in the Inland Empire will have plenty of ways to celebrate Mexican heritage and pride. [...]

April 11, 2012 ThingsToDo

Ink-N-Iron 2012

Ink-N-Iron 2012

Tattoos and music really have a tendency to blend together well at large events. For those that went to Musink this year you know exactly what I’m talking about! But, for those that couldn’t make it, there is, in fact, another music and tattoo festival that you’ll want to check out. Ink-N-Iron has been going [...]

April 10, 2012 John D.

Huck Finn Jubilee 2012

Huck Finn Jubilee 2012

This Father's Day weekend, come relive the life and times of Tom and Huck at the 36th Annual Huck Finn Jubilee in Victorville, CA. Camping, catfishing and Bluegrass music help create an environment to take you back to the 1880's. [...]

April 5, 2012 ThingsToDo

St. Patrick’s Day at Killarney’s Riverside 2012

St. Patrick’s Day at Killarney’s Riverside 2012

The largest Saint Patrick's Day festival in the Inland Empire will be at Killarney's in Riverside on Saturday, March 17th, 2012 with numerous outside bars, thousands of your closest friends and multiple stages with live music all day and night. [...]

March 17, 2012 ThingsToDo

Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes Wine Class: Something Sweet: Inside Fine Dessert Wines – Wed. Jan. 25

Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes Wine Class: Something Sweet: Inside Fine Dessert Wines – Wed. Jan. 25

Every Wednesday night, Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes in Riverside — the Inland Empire’s newest and most uncommon wine shop — offers brand-new wine classes to the public. From the absolute wine beginner to the most seasoned and sophisticated oenophile, this new wine shop and tasting bar offers wine classes for every level of wine lover, [...]

January 23, 2012 Chris Kern

Dickens Festival 2012 Serves as Time Machine; Tea and Evensong in Riverside

Dickens Festival 2012 Serves as Time Machine; Tea and Evensong in Riverside

The annual Riverside Dickens Festival, like a time machine, will deliver spectators to Victorian England for the era's equivalent of a dinner and a show -- a classic outing in any historic era. The festival runs from Saturday, January 7 to Sunday, January 8, 2012. [...]

December 27, 2011 Kris L.

Hanukkah in the Inland Empire

Hanukkah in the Inland Empire

If you are looking for a Hanukkah event in the Inland Empire, check out this listing of holiday themed comedy shows, massive Menorah lightings, and Hanukkah retreats! [...]

December 12, 2011 Adina

Riverside Arts Walk – First Thursdays

Riverside Arts Walk – First Thursdays

Downtown Riverside is definitely buzzing the first Thursday of each month from 6 pm to 9 pm – the Riverside Arts Walk First Thursdays is a great diversion from the bustle of the work week and family friendly! [...]

December 5, 2011 Rina G

Lunar Fest 2012 – Riverside

Lunar Fest 2012 – Riverside

The Year of the Dragon will be celebrated on Saturday, January 28, 2012, in Downtown Riverside with the 2nd Annual Asian Pacific Lunar New Year Festival. [...]

December 1, 2011 ThingsToDo

Riverside Alternative Gift Fair 2011

Riverside Alternative Gift Fair 2011

The 30th annual Alternative Gift Fair in Riverside offers fair trade coffee, handmade art and other alternatives to gifts from the mall. [...]

November 7, 2011 Kris L.

The Creole Choir of Cuba @ UCR – Cancelled

The Creole Choir of Cuba @ UCR – Cancelled

Grammy-nominated Creole Choir of Cuba will perform live to offer insight into the rich legacy of music from Haiti, Dominica, and Cuba at U.C. Riverside on Saturday, November 5, 2011. [...]

October 22, 2011 Kris L.

Prominent UCR Authors Discuss Jewish Identity in Contemporary Literature at UCR Palm Desert

Prominent UCR Authors Discuss Jewish Identity in Contemporary Literature at UCR Palm Desert

On Wednesday, November 2, 2011, a panel of five award winning authors will discuss the hallmarks of Jewish identity in their writing, as well as the historical and contemporary role of the writer in Jewish literature. This special evening will begin with a reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by brief readings from each author and [...]

October 20, 2011 Adina

Raincross Chorale Concert 2011

Raincross Chorale Concert 2011

How often do you get to hear “Nothin’ Like a Dame” from South Pacific sung lustily  inside the Calvary Presbyterian Church sanctuary? Not often, I’m guessing. So why not join the movement to support local vocal artists by coming out to hear live choral music by Riverside’s Raincross Chorale at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30 [...]

October 16, 2011 Kris L.

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services in the Inland Empire – 2011

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Services in the Inland Empire – 2011

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are considered to be the most important and serious holidays in the Jewish religion. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year; Jews use this time to reflect on the year that passed and consider the year ahead of them. [...]

September 29, 2011 Adina