Fans of the contemporary cuisine found in downtown Redlands will get to add another go-to dinner spot to their repertoire when Redlands Oyster Cult opens to the public next week.
The Redlands Symphony, led by maestro Frank Fetta, will present “Broadway and Beyond: tonight at the Redlands Bow, featuring vocalist Nicole Henry.
Artists and craftspeople are invited to submit applications for the 40th annual Art, for Heaven’s Sake Fine Arts Festival to be held October 18 to 20 at the Redlands United Church of Christ.
The Nottingham Players, a local ensemble of harpsichord/piano, flute, oboe, and cello, will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 9, as part of the “Trinity Presents …” series at Trinity Episcopal Church.
I am continually amazed by the multitude of community activities available to local seniors at no charge, such as the Redlands Paletteers, a friendly group of local artists and art lovers who meet for class Friday mornings at Redlands Senior Center.
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The 2019 Redlands Festival or Arts brought together painters, sculptors, woodworkers and more to Redlands on Memorial Day Weekend.
Violinist Jing-yu Lou and pianist Geoffrey Merrill of the Belvedere Trio presented the program when The Spinet music organization met May 21 at the home of Mary Jane Auerbacher.
Friends of the A.K. Smiley Public Library will hold a book sale during the Redlands Arts Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Smiley Park.
The 2019 Redlands Festival of the Arts will see a variety of artists, vendors, and bands — including the Neverlys, a band who describes themselves as a “music and vocal extraordinaire.”
An original diamond and onyx necklace, designed and provided Redlands Fine Jeweler, Emerson & Farrar, will be among the items offered for sale at this year’s Redlands Symphony Gala on June 1 in Orton Center on the campus of the University of Redlands.
“Forward-forward, swing-swing, one shuffle-forward, turn back…” belted out popular line dance instructor Tama Mays to a packed gymnasium of “Ultra Beginners” at Redlands Community Center.
Redlands Art Association artists will be hanging their masterpieces on pegboards, A-frames and trellises from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Memorial Day weekend as part of the Redlands Art in the Park.
There is nothing like the rich experience of live music. British journalist Alistair Cooke, for one, emphatically preferred it. “Canned music is like audible wallpaper,” he once grumbled.
The Redlands Symphony closes its 2018-19 season with a concert inspired by nature with the “Glorious Gift of Birds” featuring internationally acclaimed flute soloist Sara Andon. Maestro Ransom Wilson will conduct the orchestra in this finale performance on Saturday, May 18, in the University…
Visitors to the 2019 Redlands Festival of Arts will find art, music, fun and food await them over the Memorial Day weekend in Smiley Park, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 24 . and continuing 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 25-26. T
With over 400 performers, this year’s Great Y Circus show includes breathtaking acts ranging from advanced aerial acts to tumbling toddlers. This year’s theme introduces audiences to new and familiar characters in a fairy tale world.
Renowned guitarist Daniel Weston will perform music masterpieces in a pair of virtuoso guitar concerts over Father's Day Weekend in Redlands. At 5 p.m. Saturday, June 15, First Congregational Church will feature Weston in an evening concert in their sanctuary.
Dear Readers, In celebration of May Day it is with joy in my heart that I share this following true story of a treasured time-honored tradition. “May Day Friends Forever,” written by Pat Westerfield, is taken from my award-winning anthology, “Hot Chocolate for Seniors.”
Most of us harbor dreams. But the journey from dream to reality is seldom an easy one. And then there are situations beyond our control that could derail any dream.
A few dozen people gathered at 7 a.m. Easter morning at the Redlands Bowl to celebrate “Resurrection Sunday,” as several pastors called it. Pianist Sally Greenleaf of First United Methodist Church played as the crowd settled onto the green benches.
On Friday, Ted Runner Stadium at the University of Redlands was filled with 962 fifth-graders from nine out of the 16 Redlands Unified School District elementary schools.
The University of Redlands hosted its 13th-annual “Dream the Impossible” event aimed at increasing access to professional and education opportunities for Native American youth on Saturday, April 13.
The Redlands Symphony has announced an agreement with Ransom Wilson, the orchestra’s music director and conductor, on a new contract that will extend the Maestro’s role with the Symphony through 2024.
The Gates Cactus and Succulent Society’s 44th annual Show and Sale is returning to Redlands on Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11 at the Redlands Church of the Nazarene (The ARK), 1307 East Citrus Ave. Redlands.
The University of Redlands’ annual senior art exhibit open now through Thursday, April 25, which showcases work made by senior art studio majors across a variety of media.
Like clockwork, a group meets each weekday morning 7:30 for about an hour to talk about whatever happens to be on their mind – be it national news or personal matters.
Francis French, co-author of “Falling to Earth: An Apollo 15 Astronaut’s Journey to the Moon,” will discuss his career co-writing four bestselling space history books as part of the French will talk about his interviews with astronauts Wally Schirra, Gordon Cooper, Scott Carpenter, Pavel Pop…
Performers in the limelight are often presumed to be self-centered. And some are. I’m pleased to report, however, that the countless actors, musicians, singers, dancers, set designers, and artists I encounter have been generally kind and caring.
“It’s great to be back and see so many familiar faces,” Lauren Engle, said to the large crowd surrounding her at Hangar 24 Brewery, “I’ve performed here many times before and it’s great to be back.”
REDLANDS — A comedic and serious “Countdown to Joy” took place on Sunday, March 30, in Kimberly Hall of First Congregational Church when author/entertainer Becky Baker arrived from Austin, Texas.
The Margaret Clark Education Enrichment Fund of the Redlands Art Association will showcase creative kids on May 25 and 26 at the first-ever Youth Art Exposition, in conjunction with The Redlands Festival of Art and Art in the Park.
Young actors can be a challenge for directors. Jackie Coogan, of “The Addam’s Family” Uncle Fester fame, is also remembered as one of the first child stars in film history. Charlie Chaplin’s 1921 silent film classic “The Kid” made him famous. Later, however, director Norman Taurog was having…
Redlands Sunrise/RSRX Rotary is finalizing details for the fourth annual “Redlands Star Search” talent show on Friday, April 5, at the Redlands Fox Event Center, 123 Cajon St., Redlands.
Artists Jeff Owens and Mark Rogers were teachers and track coaches at Clement Junior High School in the 1970s when Owens first began seriously selling his artwork. Rogers became an early fan — and the citrus crate boxes are the first of that iconic series that Owens painted. The round hitchi…
Saturday’s 17th annual “Taste of Vintage Redlands” walking tour in downtown Redlands raised money for scholarships for college students.