Maggie Moo’s comes to Temecula

Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream and Treatery has opened in Temecula in the Margarita Promenade, 40573 Margarita Road. More than 40 flavors of ice cream are featured and made daily at the location. Careful attention to detail during mixing, freezing and storing as well as using the freshest dairy products gives Maggie Moo’s ice cream its […]

New gym to open in Murrieta

Powerhouse Gym Fitness Center will be opening a 25,000-square-foot state-of-the-art fitness center this fall in the Madison Marketplace Center at Murrieta Hot Springs and Madison Avenue. Powerhouse International, the parent licensing company, based out of Detroit, MI, has more than 300 fitness centers across the nation, including Temecula, Mission Viejo, Pacific Beach, San Diego and […]

New hair studio to open in Old Town

Avant-Garde Hair Studio will be opening in historic Old Town Temecula in mid-July. The address is 28459 Old Town Front St., Suite 235, directly above the new Starbucks. Avant-Garde will be a full service hair, nail and skin care salon with a large selection of beauty products for sale. Business hours will be 9 a.m. […]

Fight Lab

Cory Cass began his business in Temecula as a sports nutrition supplement, clothing and mixed martial arts training gear store. However, his business began to change when he met Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Alberto Diaz. Diaz has studied Jiu Jitsu for 22 years and had been teaching Jiu Jitsu in Seattle for three years […]

Wolf Plaza opens

Doug McBain, Frank Frizell and Kathleen McBain of the Irish folk band Geese in the Bog perform in front of Killarney’s Irish Pub and Grill in Temecula on Saturday, July 9, during the grand opening of Wolf Retail Park on Highway 79.

Popcorn and Pacifiers: a new way to see a movie with baby

When thinking of going a movie, one conjures up a carefree outing, sitting in a dark theater, munching on popcorn while enjoying the latest flick Hollywood has to offer. Driving to the theater and plunking down the money for a ticket are just about the only responsibilities involved for an afternoon or evening of entertainment […]

Ackerman throws hat in school board ring

Richard D. Ackerman has formally filed paperwork with the California Secretary of State’s office indicating that he has formed a committee for his election to the Murrieta Valley Unified School District Board. Ackerman is a local attorney who previously served for two years on the MVUSD Measure K Bond Oversight Committee and has handled legal […]

New breathing apparatus used by firefighters

Firefighters throughout Riverside County are now using the most advanced self-contained breathing apparatus available, which will allow for safer and more effective firefighting. On June 13, the department placed the new devices in all of its 91 fire stations. The breathing apparatus is an essential part of a firefighter’s personal protective equipment, which is used […]

Advanced placement summer institute offered for teaching professions

Cal State San Marcos Extended Studies will host its third Advanced Placement Summer Institute from July 24-29, with 20 workshops in 18 subject areas ranging from art history to economics, English literature and computer science. The Institute is open to new, experienced and aspiring Advanced Placement (AP) teachers who wish to enhance their capabilities to […]