Monday, June 14, 2021

A rejuvenated fresco called a ‘National Treasure’ will soon be seen at the Ramona...

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It was an idea believed to be born in 1941, just after the bombs dropped on Pearl Harbor. It was inspired by muralist Milford Zornes,...

Movie review: “A Quiet Place Part II”

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Bob Garver For over a year, “A Quiet Place Part II” was just out of reach. The film was originally supposed to open March 20,...

Murrieta to host annual Father’s Day Car Cruise n’ Tunes

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The annual Father’s Day Car Cruise n’ Tunes is returning to Murrieta Saturday, June 19, marking its 50th anniversary for the signature event. “We got the...

Seven things dads can do this Father’s Day in Temecula Valley Southern California wine...

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Visit Temecula Valley Special to Valley News Wow dad this Father’s Day with an experience he will love and never forget. Temecula Valley is ready to...

Temecula Community Services Department to host inaugural Juneteenth Celebration

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The City of Temecula is celebrating freedom and perseverance with a virtual Juneteenth Celebration, hosted by its Community Services Department from June 19 to...

Temecula, TVUSD and Temecula Valley Museum unveil new Student Art Mural in Sam Hicks...

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The City of Temecula, Community Services Department, Temecula Valley Unified School District and the Temecula Valley Museum announced a new Student Art Mural in...

Musician moves to Temecula for a fresh start

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Growing up in a low-income neighborhood of Imperial County, Michael Kirby spent most of his time surviving. Surrounded by crime, drugs and violence, he...

Movie Review: “Those Who Wish Me Dead”

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Bob Garver Writer We sure have been getting a lot of these “broken adult goes on the run with endangered youth” movies lately. There was “News...

Summer heats up at Vail HQ with June events

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As COVID-19 restrictions begin to relax, more and more in-person events are returning throughout the Temecula Valley and at Vail Headquarters, 32115 Temecula Parkway,...