Bluegrass to rock the Temecula valley March 20-21

Bluegrass to rock the Temecula valley March 20-21

Bluegrass lovers will be able to jam out to their favorite tunes at the Temecula Bluegrass Festival, held in Old Town on March 20 and 21. “Fans are also musicians, some of them quite good and notable in the music world,” stated Melody Brunsting, organizer of the event. “It’s the greatest part about a bluegrass […]

Special premier of The Pacific at Pendleton

Special premier of The Pacific at Pendleton

Service members, civilian employees and families of Camp Pendleton had the opportunity to view a special screening of “The Pacific,” part one of a 10-part Home Box Office series, Feb. 26. The program a miniseries based on World War II and is scheduled to premier on television March 14. The show was introduced by retired […]

Moonalice brings old-fashioned Rock-n-Roll to Temecula

Moonalice brings old-fashioned Rock-n-Roll to Temecula

Rock-n-Roll lovers will soon be able to jam out with the smooth sounds of Moonalice at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. The band, which formed in May 2007, based itself off a Native American tribe with the same name that dates back to the beginning of time. Last year, Moonalice performed a staggering 110 […]

“The Greatest Places” shows world’s diverse geography

“The Greatest Places” shows world’s diverse geography

“The Greatest Places” is now showing at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in San Diego. While it lacks structure even by the standards of a documentary, it provides separate segments for seven of the world’s geographic wonders. “The Greatest Places” features sites from four continents. Madagascar, the Namib Desert, and the Okavango Delta are […]

Greek drama performance takes place on Pendleton

Greek drama performance takes place on Pendleton

Many have seen the physical wounds inflicted by battle but only few have witnessed injuries buried deep within the warrior. A special play, “Theater of War” debuted for service members and families at the Camp Pendleton base theater, Feb. 6. As the actors took their seats on stage, director Brain Doerries explained to the audience […]

‘Gator huntin’ gives a little bite to life

When it comes to Texas critters, the majestic Longhorn steer typically jumps to mind. A recent trip to the Lone Star State gave me an up-close-and-personal look at a less visible, but equally ornery creature there – the Gulf Coast alligator. I’ve done a lot in my life. I’ve been hired and fired, divorced and […]

Triple threat Tim Allen comes to Pala next week

Tim Allen – stand-up comedian, author and television and movie star – will take the stage at Pala casino Saturday night in his only scheduled Southern California show. Allen’s Jan. 30 performance comes about three weeks after the release of the first movie he has starred in, produced and directed. “Crazy On The Outside” – […]

Stand down Grissom; new $85 million ‘CSI San Diego’ unveiled

Stand down Grissom; new $85 million ‘CSI San Diego’ unveiled

If you are a fan of the popular crime scene investigation programs on television like “CSI: Las Vegas,” “CSI: Miami” or “CSI: New York,” you should know that the facilities depicted in those award-winning shows are nothing like the new real-life forensic center that serves San Diego County. The opening of San Diego County’s new […]