We are close. We are going to London! There are a few last events to gather the support to help pay the final costs. We are hosting a music festival the first week in November, taking part in Myrtle Creek’s Fall Festival Oct. 24 and 25. Please come. We are also selling See’s candy and […]
Judy Messina and Stan Hall dance to the tune “Rockin’ Robin,” performed by The Hot Pursuit band at Rally for Children’s ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll with Rally’ fundraiser for Arts in the Park on Sept. 27 at Pala Mesa Resort.
Led by Mike Fenton, right, the De Luz Ukes play Hawaiian and other tunes in the Vince Ross Village Square Saturday evening, Sept. 12, during a free, casual gathering of musicians and fans. The square is at the corner of Main Ave. and Alvarado Street in historic downtown Fallbrook
Python skin-layered musical instruments, jujube mooncakes, and pagoda-style roofs – all this can be found in China. However, when venturing beyond the edge of the ordinary a little closer to home, I seek out the boldly eclectic Chinatown neighborhoods of San Francisco, California, or Toronto, Ontario. What is the lure of these two neighborhoods that […]
Stay tuned for more photos coming in the next issue of Village News.
Back in 1921, the small community of Rainbow got its very own gas station. Since it was located several miles from anywhere, the station was a much-needed asset for both residents wanting to buy an automobile and for travelers passing through on their way either to or from Escondido or San Diego to the south, […]
Inspired cuisine, quality wines to be served at Jazz & Wine Festival at Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens on Sat., Aug. 22
While the mesmerizing sounds of jazz fill the air at the second annual Jazz & Wine Festival at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens in Fallbrook on Saturday, Aug. 22, guests will be able to enjoy samples of sumptuous cuisine and sip perfectly paired wines at various spots through the meandering garden pathways of the […]
FALLBROOK – One of Sue Thorne’s most memorable trips was a thrilling two-week trip to Nepal billed as “Mountain, River, Tiger” with Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) over Christmas and New Year 1995. “When I read the first horrific news reports of the earthquake that hit Nepal in April, and again in May, my thoughts slipped […]