Need something to do this weekend that’s totally I.E. and totally fun? Head for the Temecula Valley Wine and Balloon Festival going on today thru Sunday at 5 p.m. Sure there’s balloons and wine – hence the festival’s title. But there is something for everyone. Click ahead to check out the details.
I go out of town every Memorial Day Weekend until this one. The weather is going to be awesome Saturday through Monday so join me out and about with the KCAL crew. Oh, and let me bribe you with free stuff! Read more to see where we’ll be and what you can win.
When’s the last time you took a hike in the Inland Empire? Exploring trails in the I.E. is something I love to do and this Saturday there’s a trail event in my hometown of Highland. What’s cool about it is that you can walk, mountain bike or ride your horse. Read more and check out the details.
I seem to have a food theme going lately and especially when it’s something free for you! Today you can get a free scoop of everybody’s favorite brand name ice cream. However, they only have one shop in the Inland Empire. So read more and then go and get your free scoop!
Don’t be fooled by the fact that it’s Stu’s hometown, Colton is a cool hang and the city is home to a legendary restaurant in the Inland Empire. However, after 51 years in business it is closing. Get their fantastic food now! Read more for the info.
If you haven’t noticed, Venus and Jupiter are really close together up there this week, and the best part is the best time to see them is just after the sunset so you don’t have to stay up all night to check ‘em out. Just look to the west. More pics and info…
If you lived in the Inland Empire on January 17, 1994 you remember it. It was very early in the morning on this day 18 years ago that the Northridge earthquake happened. Now is a good time for you to look over that good old list – you know, earthquake preparedness. Eighteen years is a long time for us to go without a significant quake. I’ve got that list for you just ahead…
You don’t have to go far to find holiday-oriented stuff to do at home in the Inland Empire. Let’s go over a few things that are local and are free. Jump ahead to see the list.
It’s back again in its twentieth year in downtown Riverside. It’s the annual Ghost Walk where stories of Riverside’s folklore are told while you stroll downtown’s oldest and most historic buildings, you know, the ones with the ghosts. Plus, the whole downtown area transforms in to a Halloween festival. It’s this weekend so read ahead for details and ticket information.