The closures of venues and limited gathering restrictions laid out by the county and state governments are causing postponed and canceled plays, concerts, and performances across the Southland.
Sweethearts who want to keep their relationships running strong know that Valentine’s Day is celebrated each year on Feb. 14. But even the most ardent Valentine’s Day enthusiast might not know just why this day designed for lovers to express their affections for one another is celebrated in …
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? VisionQuest is hosting its annual Mardi Gras, tomorrow, Feb. 1 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Yucaipa Community Center at 34900 Oak Glen Rd. Tickets are $25 and includes dinner and entertainment. Bring a decorated mask, for a special contest.
In honor of the birth date of Dr. Martin Luther King and the region’s unique contributions to the American civil rights movement, the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra has prepared a tribute concert to be performed January 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts.
Nominate your favorite Halloween home on the Gruner Group Real Estate Facebook page and you could win $50 first place prize. Upload your photo to the online album and share with Facebook friends to vote, the photo with the most votes in album wins.
Yucaipa Performing Arts Center continues to bring quality performers with stacks of hits to the YPAC. Heart by Heart, which features founding Heart members Steve Fossen (bass) and Mike Derosier (drums), will make a stop at the YPAC.
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When Enoch Parrish planted his first Oak Glen apple orchard in 1876, little did he know that Oak Glen would “blossom” (pun intended) into a major player in the California apple industry. Today, California ranks as the fifth largest apple producer in the country.
For the last 30 years, the Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch and Christmas Tree Farm has been delighting the community with pumpkins, Christmas trees and more. Yucaipa City Council approved a special event permit application for the Pumpkin Patch and authorized the use of private traffic control…
Do you like Jazz music? What about wine? Then plan on attending the second annual KQLH Jazz and Wine Festival. Yucaipa’s own radio station, KQLH is going to be live at the Arrowhead Country Club in San Bernardino on Labor Day Weekend. The fun event will be held two days, Saturday and Sunday …
Friends Terah and Danny Martinez and Autumn and Madisyn Jacobs got together Saturday night to play a few hands of Texas Hold ‘em at the Calimesa Chamber of Commerce’s annual fundraiser at W.D. Fascination Ranch in Calimesa.
Everybody’s going to be working for the weekend when Loverboy takes the stage at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino’s Special Events Center on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. With their trademark red leather pants, bandanas, and high-energy live shows, the Canadian rockers have sold more than 10 mill…
All members of the community are invited to attend a presentation on Monday, Aug. 26 at 1:30 p.m. by Martha Tureen, Riverside County Master Gardener, on creatively installing and using raised beds in your garden. Raised beds are a great solution for gardens with poor soil or limited space, a…
The Yucaipa Valley Wine Alliance and the city of Yucaipa presented their inaugural Summer Gala, a live auction and dinner designed to raise funds for building their wine industry, on Saturday, July 20, at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center.
Beatles cover band, The Fab Four, created summer evening magic for all ages at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center Saturday night. The evening kicked off when Paul Toomey, Yucaipa director of community development, thanked the crowd for attending the first paid outdoor concert at YPAC and rec…
Come expand your consciousness at a concert on Saturday, Aug. 3, at Unity Church, located at 35393 Ave E., Yucaipa. The church is hosting a mind-altering meditation; incorporating Vibrational Sounds from Singing Bowls. It’s a wonderful experience leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated.
The Connie Roener Band kicked off the 19th season of the Concerts on the Green last Thursday with a mix of classics, from country to rock to blues, at the Calimesa Event Center.
Yucaipa City Council unanimously approved a new means of procuring entertainment for Yucaipa’s Performing Arts Center. On Monday evening, city council approved an item that dissolved the former five-member Yucaipa Music and Arts Festival Committee, and established a two city councilmember YP…
It might have been a holiday weekend, with a lot of locals out of town, but the monthly Past Pleasures Car Club cruise still drew a crowd last Friday night at the Yucaipa Valley Center on Yucaipa Boulevard.
The musical at California Theatre in San Bernardino on July 21 was basically a two-hour rock concert, according to co-director Paul Jacques. The production was set in an age of pure technology, where a select group of revolutionary rebels seeks to find the true rock-n-roll sound. The rock se…
The city of Yucaipa Summer Concert Series kicked off on July 8 with a performance by Southern California rock band The Answer at the Yucaipa Community Park amphitheater as part of their 2018 “Runnin’ Down a Drain” tour, named in tribute to the misheard lyrics of recently deceased rock musici…
There were wall-to-wall people this past weekend as the city held its seventh annual Music & Arts Festival in Historic Uptown Yucaipa. Thousands crowded the streets over the three-day festival and luckily no crimes or major incidents were reported.
The Past Pleasures Car Show was full of games for kids last night. Erika Ross of Yucaipa took home this trophy for her dancing skills. Watch upcoming editions of the News Mirror for a full story on the car show.
A Sweetheart Car Cruise was held on Feb. 18 at Bob’s Big Boy in Calimesa and people from near and far came out in force. The show ran from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and the parking lot at Bob’s Big Boy as well as surrounding streets were packed the entire time. The car show has no entry fees and was …
The Equestrian Arena Committee presented a special event permit application to city council on Monday, Nov. 27, for the Yucaipa Equestrian Arena Raise the Roof Rodeo.
Jon Vrolyks always embodied the Christmas spirit and now thanks to the help of some pretty amazing neighbors, he’s created the best Christmas light show around. Manning Street lights in Chapman Heights unofficially started in 2005.
The Yucaipa Valley Lions Club would like to invite the public to participate in the 63rd annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9, at noon. Check in time will be from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and there will be no entry fee.
If you plan on visiting the Live Oak Pumpkin Patch, make sure to stop by and check out Tom White’s miniature haunted houses. White has been a resident of Yucaipa for the past 53 years and has been showing his houses at the pumpkin patch for the past 10 years.
Yucaipa High School Class of 1977's 40th year reunion will be held on Aug. 5, 2017 at 10 a.m. at Wildwood Park 33699 Wildwood Cyn Rd. in Yucaipa. All Classmates from 1977 please check out our page on Facebook “YHS 1977 40th Class Reunion”
A not so traditional kids magic show took place on Friday, July 14, at the Calimesa Public Library. Christopher T. Magician (the T stands for Taco according to Christopher) wowed children and their parents with magic tricks that coincided with books that are available at the library.
Toes were tapping and hands were clapping to the classic rock and country beats of the Bucket List Band at last week’s Concerts on the Green at Calimesa Country Club.
The sixth annual Wild West Festival and Western Arts Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 20-21, at Gilman Historic Ranch, 1901 W. Wilson St. in Banning.
Yucaipa Music and Arts Festival will feature a highly anticipated Rockin’ Road Trip ’17 on Saturday night with award winning bands; Dishwalla, Marcy Playground, Candlebox and Fuel.
The Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino Professional Baseball Club announced on Tuesday, April 4, a new feature at San Manuel Stadium in conjunction with long-time community partner Hangar 24 Craft Brewery. The Sixers and the Brewery are proud to announce that the Hangar 24 Craft Corner will be open during 66ers home games throughout the 2017 season.
"Restored," a HGTV/DIY Network TV series that documents the restorations of historic houses, is seeking potential restoration projects to be featured in its second season.
Yucaipa Music and Arts Festival (YMAF) is slated to rock the town on Friday, May 5 through Sunday, May 7, the final planning approved at the Feb. 13 council meeting.
Yucaipa City Council voted on Jan. 23 to accept a new music headliner block for its 2017 Yucaipa Music and Arts Festival but not without some tough questions and comments for city staff.
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are returning to California. They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout the region in Spring 2017!
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