Temecula Valley High School to present ‘The Legendary Earp Clan in Southern California’

Temecula Valley High School to present ‘The Legendary Earp Clan in Southern California’

TEMECULA – Nick Cataldo, a writer and historian from San Bernardino, will present “The Legendary Earp Clan in Southern California,” Monday, April 24. The lecture will be held at Little Temecula History Center, 32075 Redhawk Parkway, located next to Kohls at the corner of Wolf Store Road and Redhawk Parkway. While the story of Wyatt Earp […]

The History of Temecula’s wine country

Southern California is a dream vacation spot for millions of individuals from around the world. Temecula Valley welcomes approximately 3 million of those visitors yearly. Nestled in rolling hills, Temecula’s wine country epitomizes the easy, relaxing, carefree spirit that people long for. The fusion of Southern California’s laid back style and the relaxing vibe in […]

Walk along historic Temecula with the Temecula Valley Museum

Take a walk into the heart of Temecula. The Temecula Valley Museum has been conducting walking tours for many years, but they have recently expanded the program to meet increased demand. While roaming around the nostalgic ambience of Old Town Temecula, the weekly walking tours offer a great insight to the humble history of the […]

American pickers to film in California

American pickers to film in California

TEMECULA – Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and the rest of the team from the television show American Pickers are excited to return to California to begin filming episodes throughout the region in spring 2017. American Pickers is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. The hit show follows Wolfe […]

Murrieta remembers the legacy of Katie E. Sleeper, owner of the Fountain House

Murrieta remembers the legacy of Katie E. Sleeper, owner of the Fountain House

Jeffery G. Harmon Special to Valley News Katie E. Sleeper was the proprietor of the Fountain House, a hotel built west of the Murrieta Train Depot. The hotel was built to accommodate railroad travelers as an overnight and meal stop. Sleeper operated the hotel from 1907 until her death in 1921. She was a strong, […]

Temecula Valley Historical Society to host program

Temecula Valley Historical Society to host program

TEMECULA – The public is invited to a presentation offered free of charge by the Temecula Valley Historical Society in the Little Temecula History Center at 6 p.m. on Aug. 22. Nick Cataldo, a San Bernadino based writer and historian, will give a presentation titled “The History and Legends of the Cajon Pass” in which he will discuss and […]

Menifee Valley Historical Museum preserves the city’s legacy

Menifee Valley Historical Museum preserves the city’s legacy

Empty land is sprawled outward in all directions. A blank, cloudless stretch of blue meeting its outer rim where the mountain intersects the sky in a sphere of open opportunity. A lone figure stands in the empty promise of rich gold, brought to California from Kentucky after a railroad was in place shrinking the frontier. […]

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