The city of Redlands Recreation Division offers a free virtual theater workshop sponsored by Redlands Bowl Performing Arts and taught by Stars of Tomorrow. The workshop theme is the classic story, “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” and is designed for children ages 6 to 16.
“The show must go on!” is a time-honored entertainment adage and Redlands Bowl Performing Arts is proving it to be true this coming summer season. And America’s longest continuously running summer music festival with no admission charge is as dedicated as ever to upholding the beloved bowl t…
Mansion Memories will offer a livestream presentation of comedian Zac Swan at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at Facebook.com/mansionmemories/org.
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Hailey Martinez, a 9-year-old third-grader at Judson & Brown Elementary School, submitted this cartoon in a contest organized by Eleni Christopherson, fifth-grader at Judson & Brown. Hailey’s teachers are Katie Gillespie and Jeni Martinez. For more entries in the comic contest, visit…
Redlands Bowl Performing Arts will present the Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea performance from 2019 on its Facebook page and YouTube Channel from 8 to 9 p.m. tonight, Friday, May 1.
Each year, as students in the College of Arts and Sciences enroll in May Term classes, complete term papers, and make plans for the summer a small group of senior art students gear up to put their work on display. A culmination of a year’s worth of work, the annual senior art show gives stud…
In the latter part of 2019, two cousins decided to form a unique business to help people find more joy in their lives and also support small businesses in their town of Nashville,Tennessee.
In these anxiety-ridden times of social and emotional isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, sharing music is one way in which we can still feel connected to each other.
The restrictions placed on people and venues during the COVID-19 lockdown are having an effect on everyone. The Redlands Community News sat down with two professional musicians living in Redlands, Carey Nordstrand and Julian Garza, for their perspectives and some ways to find and support loc…
The coronavirus is forcing restaurants around the country to close their doors, multiple Redlands favorites are still open to residents through to-go orders, curbside pickup and delivery.
Due to current directives established by state and local governments, the audition dates and location for the Redlands Bowl summer musical, Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” have changed.
The concert by guitarist Daniel Weston planned for Monday, March 19, at the A.K. Smiley Public Library has been canceled because of concerns over COVID-19.
Kimberly Crest Docent Training: 10 a.m. Friday, March 13, 20 & 27, Kimberly Crest. Kimberly Crest, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is seeking volunteers to begin docent training. The primary role of a docent is to provide educational tours of Kimberly Crest or provide…
Established in 1999, the Royal Falconer is the oldest and most iconic pub in Redlands. It was purchased by six friends in 2019.
LifeHouse Theater will present the biblical story of David and his ascension to the throne of Israel in the powerful dramatic musical “The Rise of King David” starting Saturday, March 21. It will continue on weekends through April 26.
Bernie Kerkvliet, a certified aquascape contractor, will speak to the The Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society about garden ponds at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 19, at the Church of the Nazarene, 1307 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands.
Students are invited to enter the 2020 Youth Art Expo, part of the Redlands Festival of Arts and Art in the Park planned for Memorial Day weekend in Smiley Park.
More than 60 pieces of art from among 50 different categories were on display to the public at the VA Loma Linda Medical Center local Veterans Creative Arts Competition on Feb. 20.
In the winter of 1965,when Patricia and Ralph Maiberger decided to leave the cold of the Midwest for a new home in Southern California, they initiated the beginning of a business history that has continually developed during 55 years in warmer climate.
SEVEN OAKS DAM — A group of area water agencies has joined forces on a new project that will dramatically improve the region’s ability to capture and store water for San Bernardino Valley area.
A generous book donation from the Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library prompted youth in the San Bernardino County Probation Department’s Gateway/Regional Occupational Program (ROP) to design and create a gift of appreciation for the organization.
Patrons of A.K. Smiley Library now have more to check out. Smiley’s principal librarian, Jennifer Downey, has selected and purchased 13 works by regional artists from two Redlands Art Association exhibitions that library patrons may borrow for six weeks at a time.
What began as a talk among friends while enjoying a homebrew beer during a house party is now a reality. Our Brew, an independently owned, small batch brewery is coming to town.
Adele Johnson grew up in Georgia as an avid reader who loved to read National Geographic. One magazine in particular made a mark on the young girl as it spoke about King Tut’s tomb with its collection of the intricate gold jewelry.
Does anything ever go wrong during stage performances? Of course! Murphy’s Law knows no bounds. And that’s why a live performance can be both exciting and terrifying.
Jeff Waldron, a driving force behind restoring the Mission Gables, was honored on Thursday, Feb. 27, as this year’s “Hero of the Arts” by Redlands Bowl Performing Arts.
Debby Boone, who earned instant fame with “You Light Up My Life,” will kick off the 97th season of the Redlands Summer Music Festival on Friday, June 19.
Kimberly Crest Docent Training: 10 a.m. Friday, March 6, 13, 20 and 27, Kimberly Crest. Kimberly Crest, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is seeking volunteers to begin docent training. The primary role of a docent is to provide educational tours of Kimberly Crest or provid…
University of Redlands students, faculty, staff and members of the community filtered through the doors of University Hall on the main Redlands campus on Jan. 31 to take part in an African drum circle.
The swaying palm trees in front of majestic mountains that we know so well from the views in Redlands are familiar objects in Athene Johnston’s work. Landscapes, flowers and airplanes are among her favorite subjects to paint. At the exhibit at the Redlands Art Association she will present ab…
The Community Chorus of Redlands will present “The Healing Power of Music,” a program of choral music, congregational hymns and special reading at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel.
The 51st annual Multimedia Mini Show, sponsored by the Redlands Art Association, is now open through March 12 at the downtown Gallery and Art Center, 215 E. State St., Redlands. Ninety-two artists submitted 234 pieces of art but only 168 pieces were chosen to show.
“The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds:” 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb 14 and 15, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16, University of Redlands Frederick Loewe Theater. The University of Redlands presents its spring production. The poetic power of science crashes into …