Dance Studio Says “Aloha” to a new home

Brenda Malick, also known as Puahi, is the owner and operator of Puahi’s Polynesian Dancers. Brenda opened her Polynesian Dance Studio over 10 years ago in her garage with as few as 15 students. Today, Puahi’s Polynesian Dancers homes over 100 students. Finally, after servicing the young women in our community for over a decade, […]

11th Annual Valentine’s Love Songs Concert

The Arts Council of Temecula Valley will proudly present the 11th Annual Valentine’s Love Songs Concert on Friday, February 13 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church, 41875 C Street (corner of Santiago & C) in Temecula. Please join us for an evening of music and romance. The performance will feature the […]

Inland Valley Symphony Winter Concerts slated for February 20 and 22

The second concert of the 2003-2004 season, entitled ON STAGE, features music written expressly for theatre and ballet and showcases the winners of the annual Youth Concerto Competition.The concert begins with the Four Tableau from Stravinsky’s ballet Petroushka and features piano soloist Leigh Ann Gillespie. The program shifts to Broadway with selections from Carousel by […]

A romantic Valentine’s evening only 15 minutes away

Pala Mesa Resort, located in a private and tranquil setting in North San Diego County unveiled it’s special Valentine’s Day Evening Dinner. The package features a spectacular new dining experience at Aqua Terra restaurant and a beautiful deluxe room at the newly renovated property.Aqua Terra’s chef Terry Morrow and his staff will be preparing several […]

Temecula serves as setting for crime novel

Mob activity, murder and foul play and other mysterious underworld crimes don’t fit in with Temecula’s well-polished, suburban atmosphere. But for writer and substitute teacher, Maria Pease, Temecula’s rolling hills and small town appeal is the perfect setting for her first mystery novel, Under False Pretense.Pease, 40, originally from Long Island, NY, moved from San […]

A trail of Painted Ponies prance through The Promenade

A trail of painted ponies can be found throughout Temecula. The Arts Council of Temecula Valley kicked of their Painted Ponies project on Friday, January 16 at the Promenade Mall with the unveiling of close to a dozen beautifully made ponies. The colorful creative project was designed to increase community awareness of the arts and […]

In-Home Concert series to be ‘over the top’

Musicians Workshop has announced the dates of Saturn’s 2004 In-Home Concert Series, and according to Musicians Workshop director Jon Laskin, this year’s series will be ‘over the top’. \\"We had no idea how successful this event would become when we began last year, it has already far exceeded our expectations\\" said Laskin. \\"The In-Home Concert […]

3rd ‘Taste of Temecula’ dinner hosted by Thornton Winery

Thornton Winery will host a ‘Taste of Temecula’ Winemaker Dinner on January 30 featuring the fine wines of Callaway Winery and Vineyards, Maurice Carrie Winery and Thornton Winery. The four-course meal, prepared by Café Champagne’s Executive Chef, Steve Pickell, features gourmet canapés paired to Thornton NV Brut, baked Portobello mushroom paired to Callaway 2001 Special […]

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