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Clarence and Florence White donated the Prosellis to the city in 1930. It was designed by Herbert J. Powell, a Redlands High School graduate representing the Los Angeles firm of Marsh Smith and Powell.

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After a year of living and learning in front of screens, Redlands Bowl Performing Arts is making this year's Children's Festival Workshops all about getting outside and moving around! Registration is not required.

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The Texas Tenors have amassed a huge fan base worldwide with over half a million followers on social media and more than 20 million views on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

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Even for a successful composer and arranger in Hollywood, Gordon Goodwin’s numbers are impressive: A 2006 Grammy Award for his instrumental arrangement of “Incredits” from the Pixar film “The Incredibles,” three Emmy Awards and 13 Grammy nominations.

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Leading you through the tight turns, dips and smoky cafés of Argentina, concert harpist Anna Maria Mendieta’s “Tango del Cielo” (“Tango of Heaven”) is an exciting new studio album and multimedia concert-show performing the passionate, sensuous music of Argentine Tango and dramatic, fiery Spa…

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Taiko Project was founded in 2000 in Los Angeles by a group of young, emerging taiko drummers led by Bryan Yamami and Masato Baba.

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Mission Gables, a 7,500-square-foot apartment house built in the 1890s, could have been demolished in favor of a tilt-up office building. But the Redlands Community Music Association and the Redlands Conservancy convinced the city to renovate the building, It is now the home of Redlands Bowl…