Arts districts are enriching lives, creating jobs

Arts and cultural districts have spurred new businesses, attracted more tourism and established vibrant, creative cultural economies across the nation.  Now California will have the opportunity to celebrate our communities and the arts by clustering existing arts and cultural amenities in officially designated cultural districts. As a result of Assembly Bill 189 (AB189), new legislation […]

Murrieta Arts Council seeks more art, culture in the city

The results of the recent Visioning Forum for the Arts conducted by the Murrieta Arts Council have been posted, showing that many artists in Murrieta are seeking to forward art and culture to a much greater degree in the community. “Over the past few weeks the current Board has reviewed stacks of surveys, spreadsheets, graphs […]

New Arts Council brings Art Walk to Murrieta

New Arts Council brings Art Walk to Murrieta

Arts are an important part of any community, and it was this knowledge that led Jessica Large to organize the Murrieta Arts Council, a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing arts and culture in the area. “Basically it came out of a conversation I had with somebody,” she said. “We started talking about how Murrieta lacks art […]

Exploring the past at Temecula Valley Museum

Exploring the past at Temecula Valley Museum

Whether you are a history buff, a researcher or a curious child, the Temecula Valley Museum has something to offer visitors of all ages. A trip to the landmark site provides a day of fun for all those who visit the Temecula Valley. With a large, tree-lined park featuring a children’s play area just outside […]

‘Greek Food Festival’ returns to Temecula this weekend

TEMECULA – Mark your calendars, Oct. 17 and 18 for the annual Greek Food Festival in Old Town Temecula. The festival promises fun for the entire family. The Temecula Greek Festival is the last Greek Festival that takes place in all of Southern California. Offering wholesome fun for the soul this festival is becoming more […]