Center Stage Theater in Fontana will open its 2021 season with a “Saturday Night Supper Club” event on Saturday, July 31.
County music performer Justin Moore will be appearing at Toyota Arena in Ontario on Saturday, Aug. 14, and he is offering 500 tickets so that local veterans can attend the concert.
After being dormant for more than a year, Center Stage Theater has been revived -- and Fontana’s sparkling downtown venue will celebrate in a spectacular way with a Broadway star from Fontana.
The City of Fontana is celebrating Park and Recreation Month in July by providing a variety of activities for residents of all ages and abilities.
The Ontario Recreation and Community Services Department has announced that the 24th Annual Summer Concert Series is back this year at Ontario Town Square, located in the heart of downtown Ontario at 224 N. Euclid Avenue.
- New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in San Bernardino County
- Two suspects are arrested after several rifles, handguns, ammunition, and narcotics are found at Rancho Cucamonga residence
- City Council approves 257-unit project in Ventana Specific Plan in northwestern Fontana
- New COVID-19 cases continue to rise, but San Bernardino County is not bringing back mask mandates
- Young man and woman are arrested for allegedly being involved in armed robbery in Rialto
- Motorcyclist is killed in traffic collision in Fontana on July 30
- Fire burns 9 acres on Little Mountain in San Bernardino
- Ten persons are arrested during DUI checkpoint in Rialto, just east of Fontana
- Fontana officer honored for safely stopping dangerous suspect
- Commercial fire erupts in Fontana on Aug. 1
Due to overwhelming demand, superstar comedian Jo Koy will bring his Just Kidding World Tour to Toyota Arena in Ontario on Dec. 11.
A new exhibition for all ages entitled "SuperMonsterCity! America’s Monsters, Superheroes, and Villains" will be at the San Bernardino County Museum from June 10 to Aug. 29.
The San Bernardino County Library system has partnered with the county's regional parks to offer live performances at Glen Helen Regional Park as part of the Summer Reading Program.
The Lewis Library and Technology Center is inviting residents to celebrate the summer season with the "Excavate Something Big" Summer Reading Program, which begins Monday, June 7 and continues through the end of July.
Local television programming helped bridge the digital divide during the COVID-19 pandemic and brought the learning to students in their homes across the Inland Empire. Now, a Fontana educator is contributing to that worthwhile goal.
Summit High School sister duo Vanessa and Victoria Reyes will represent Fontana Unified School District at the International Thespian Festival this summer, following dynamic, highly honored theatrical performances during the California State Thespian Festival.
After nearly 100 years of holding its annual Southern California tradition of ooey-gooey delectables on-a-stick, farm animals and carnival thrills in September, the LA County Fair announced it is permanently moving its dates to May beginning in 2022, when the Fair celebrates its Centennial.
Insomniac has announced the lineup for the next chapter of Beyond Wonderland SoCal, which will be taking over the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino on Friday, Aug. 27 and Saturday, Aug. 28.
Taking on powerful subjects such as suicide prevention, mental illness, and systemic racism, nearly a dozen Jurupa Hills High School student filmmakers were recognized by the Directing Change Film Project for excellence in producing 60-second public service announcements.
Chaffey College is accepting art submissions from students, faculty and community members for an upcoming exhibition called “(Dis)comfort: A Virtual Project.”
The Lewis Library and Technology Center is inviting residents to travel to a galaxy far, far away and join in on Facebook and Zoom for a "Star Wars" digital event during the week of May 3-8.
Inland Valley Repertory Theatre (IVRT) will be presenting a livestreaming benefit performance of the musical play “I Do! I Do!” on three days in May.
It's been more than a year since live concerts were held inside Toyota Arena, but now Los Ángeles Azules have announced that they will be making a stop at the Ontario venue.
Twelve Fontana Unified School District students are being honored for their artistic skill and creative vision during the annual Young Artists’ Gallery reception, which was scheduled to be held virtually on April 20.
From Abbott and Costello comedy sketches to commercials for Beech-Nut chewing gum, the Chaffey College theater department will present “Golden Age of Radio” virtually starting April 14.
The City of Fontana Arts Program is seeking young people to share their talents in a Virtual Talent Show and is accepting entries now through April 16.
Future and DJ Snake will be headlining the 2021 HARD Summer Music Festival, which is scheduled to take place at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino during the weekend of Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, Aug. 1.
Local residents are invited to take part in the City of Fontana's first-ever Drive Thru Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 3.
Museums are now reopening to the public in San Bernardino County under the new health guidelines, and exhibits are planned at two locations this month.
The San Bernardino County Library system is partnering with In-N-Out Burger again this year to promote reading among children this spring.
It's been almost a year since Center Stage Theater in Fontana was shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic, and there is still no definite time frame for bringing the venue's popular live shows back for local audiences.
The Lewis Library and Technology Center is inviting residents to join on Facebook and Zoom for the "Celebrating Dr. Seuss" virtual event from March 1-6.
Inland Valley Repertory Theatre company (IVRT) will be presenting the livestream musical of “Daddy Long Legs,” starring Bobby Collins and Amanda Minano, on three days this month.
The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra presented its 92nd season opening concert, “E Pluribus Unum: Out of Many, One,” on Feb. 13, and persons who missed it will get a chance to see a repeat performance.
Ransom Wilson, the music director and conductor of the Redlands Symphony and an internationally known flute performer, will join six musicians from the Redlands Symphony in a virtual concert program that will air from Feb. 12 to Feb. 14.
Employees at the Fontana Community Services Department say there is lots to love about Fontana, and they want to show you some of the best loved city sites.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has placed San Bernardino County at the top of the leaderboard toward becoming the first Southern California home of Topgolf, an internationally renowned technology-enabled entertainment experience.
The San Bernardino County Library System is promoting reading among children ages 0-11 with a special program that kicked off on Jan. 19.
Pixar’s newest movie, “Soul,” now streaming online, is winning praise for an entertaining and creative animated film that addresses big ideas through the exploits of a jazz musician.
After a highly successful first season, the second season of the glassblowing competition show “Blown Away,” which once again features Cal State San Bernardino’s art professor Katherine Gray as the resident glass evaluator, will premiere on Netflix on Friday, Jan. 22.