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Historical in the Inland Empire

Southern California, Inland Empire, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego

Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

If your a fan of Dia de Los Muertos art and tradition then you wont want to miss the 13th Annual Dia de Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The annual celebration features 100+ alters, hundreds of Aztec Ritual dancers, art, food and a performance from Grammy Award Winning and home town natives Ozomatli. The event [...]

October 16, 2012 Claudia Amezcua

B.B. King @ Morongo Casino & Resort on September 8

B.B. King @ Morongo Casino & Resort on September 8

The arid desert around Cabazon will become an epicenter for sadness and regret on September 8 when Blues legend B.B. King will play at Morongo Casino & Resort. In related news, your fedora-wearing friend who always brings his guitar to house parties is super excited. The 86-year-old King is widely regarded as one of the [...]

July 29, 2012 Matthew Bramlett

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

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.

Redlands Bowl Summer Concert Series 2012

Redlands Bowl Summer Concert Series 2012

The average summer day in Redlands can accurately be described as a hellish nightmare. Thankfully, the Redlands Bowl’s Summer Concert Series will make things a little more bearable with exciting concerts lined up all summer long. The Bowl, a Redlands landmark and one of the most definable aspects of the city, will be entering it’s [...]

June 22, 2012 Matthew Bramlett

Victorian Ice Cream Social at Riverside’s Heritage House

Victorian Ice Cream Social at Riverside’s Heritage House

Want to see 1890s Riverside and enjoy some free ice cream? Come on Sunday, June 24, 2012 for the “Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social” event at Riverside’s Heritage House. [...]

June 22, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

Old Riverside Foundation’s Annual Vintage Home Tour 2012

Old Riverside Foundation’s Annual Vintage Home Tour 2012

Celebrating Riverside’s citrus heritage is the theme of Old Riverside Foundation’s 21st annual Vintage Home Tour, which takes place this Saturday, May 19, 2012. The self-guided tour showcases four privately owned homes near Victoria Avenue in the city’s historic orange greenbelt as well as a downtown church with strong citrus ties. The four homes are [...]

May 17, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

15th Annual Koroneburg Old World Festival in Corona

15th Annual Koroneburg Old World Festival in Corona

Time to search for the tunic, polish the suit of armor, and lace on the corset. Beginning May 12th through June 17, 2012, the “15th Annual Koroneburg Old World Festival” will be in Corona at the only permanent Renaissance Village in California! The (fictitious) Baron Heinrich Von Lauffer allows the townsfolk onto his estate, the [...]

May 11, 2012 Ashley

Riverside’s California Citrus State Historic Park

Riverside’s California Citrus State Historic Park

A visit to the California Citrus State Historic Park in Riverside is a vivid reminder of when fragrance from orange blossoms filled the air and citrus groves decorated the Southern California landscape. Situated in Riverside’s historic Arlington Heights citrus greenbelt, the 377-acre Citrus Park celebrates the role citrus – and in particular the navel orange [...]

April 28, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

The 50th Annual Renaissance Pleasure Faire in Irwindale

The 50th Annual Renaissance Pleasure Faire in Irwindale

The 16th century is alive and well in Irwindale, transporting visitors into the past with colorful costumes, handmade crafts, and bawdy humor. The Renaissance Pleasure Faire 50th Golden Jubilee Celebration is off to a great start with a brand new layout and the addition of food trucks. The faire ends on May 20. The entertainment [...]

April 17, 2012 Ashley

Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Rancho Cucamonga

Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Rancho Cucamonga

“The Pig Trough”, “The Mount St. Helen, and “The Zoo.” Yes ice cream lovers, “Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour” has come to the Inland Empire!  The very same Farrells you have known and loved since 1963 is back, and serving up Rancho Cucamonga amazing sundaes. You know this place is different as soon as you walk [...]

April 13, 2012 Ashley

Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America, a presentation by Judy Yung

Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America, a presentation by Judy Yung

Judy Yung, professor emerita in American Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, will present “Angel Island, Immigrant Gateway to America” at UC Riverside on Friday, May 18 as part of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Yung, who co-authored a book by the same name with Erika Lee in 2010, will make the presentation [...]

April 11, 2012 Ross French

San Bernardino Railroad Days 2012

San Bernardino Railroad Days 2012

San Bernardino Railroad Days will turn the Historic Santa Fe Rail Depot back to the last century as San Bernardino celebrates its rail history on April 21 & 22, 2012. Admission is free. [...]

April 10, 2012 ThingsToDo

Los Angeles Pirate Festival

Los Angeles Pirate Festival

***Photo/Editorial Review of the May 19 Pirate Festival*** The wenches and pirates were out in full force on a sunny Los Angeles afternoon at the Pirate Festival on May 19. The Pirate Festival was  a celebration of all things pirate, including a wench/pirate burlesque show that had women in sexy wench outfits dancing to contemporary [...]

April 6, 2012 Kris

“The Wall That Heals” Traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Riverside

“The Wall That Heals” Traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Riverside

The March Air Force Base in Riverside proudly welcomes “The Wall That Heals” to their museum. At approximately 250 feet wide, “The Wall That Heals” is a traveling half scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The original wall in Washington D.C. was designed by Maya Lin, an undergraduate at Yale University. [...]

March 27, 2012 Ashley

March Airfest 2012

March Airfest 2012

March Field Airfest 2012 will bring Thunder of the Empire on May 19 and 20, 2012 to the delight of over 150,000 fans of the best military aviation airshow in the region. [...]

March 12, 2012 ThingsToDo

Los Angeles County Irish Fair & Music Festival 2012

Los Angeles County Irish Fair & Music Festival 2012

Looking for a little “Luck o’ the Irish?” Maybe you’ll find it at the Los Angeles County Irish Fair and Music Festival! On March 10th & 11th, 2012 the Pomona Fairplex will have 7 stages with over 2,000 performers...so even if you're not Irish, there's something for the whole family to enjoy! [...]

February 17, 2012 Ashley

Renaissance Pleasure Faire – Irwindale – 2012

Renaissance Pleasure Faire – Irwindale – 2012

Hear ye! Hear ye! The Renaissance Faire in Irwindale hereby invites you to their Golden Jubilee Celebration (Celebrating 50 years of Renaissance fun) on Saturday, April 7, and Sunday, April 8. [...]

February 15, 2012 Ashley

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – Main Street

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – Main Street

From turn of the century buildings to mid-century storefronts and modern office buildings, downtown Riverside’s Main Street offers an assortment of architectural styles. One of downtown’s most unique aspects is the scenic pedestrian mall, which replaced 4 blocks of Main Street in 1966 and was refurbished in 2008-09. [...]

February 3, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – University Avenue

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – University Avenue

With old hotels, storefronts and banks to present-day eateries, bars, studios and offices, a walk along downtown Riverside’s University Avenue offers a mixture of historic charm and modern styles. Though not immediately as impressive as neighboring Mission Inn Avenue, the street does have its share of notable gems – plus a few unexpected surprises. [...]

January 27, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – Mission Inn Avenue

Historic Riverside Walking Tour – Mission Inn Avenue

From the eclectic Mission Inn and magnificent County Courthouse to the modern City Hall and mid-century public library, downtown Riverside is rich in architectural history and variety. Fortunately, many of these gems are within walking distance down a few adjoining streets. As such, we’ve created a few short circular, self-guided tours easily completed within 1 [...]

January 20, 2012 Glenn Edward Freeman

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.

TEDxUCR – TED Comes to UC Riverside

TEDxUCR – TED Comes to UC Riverside

TEDxUCR, “The Everyday Extraordinary,” comes to UC Riverside on December 3, 2011, from 9am-1pm. The independently organized event, licensed by TED, is open to the public. [...]

November 13, 2011 Adina