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114 E. State St Redlands, CA 92373

Rotary Club of Redlands

Meetings: Every Thursday, 12:00n - 1:30pm - 131 Cajon Street, Downtown Redlands Supports the Youth of Redlands Major Fundraisers: Red, Wine and Blues, Rotary Ride


131 Cajon Street Redlands, CA 92373

Premier ENT Cosmetics

Premier ENT Cosmetic Surgery, directed by Dr. Sharen Jeffries, exclusively offers cosmetic enhancement of the face, neck, and hands for a new generation of discerning clients. In a world of mass...


255 Terracina Blvd, Ste 201b Redlands, CA 92374

The Blessing Center Joseph Storehouse and Resource Center

Established in 1998, N.V.C.C.F., Inc. is a faith-based non-profit charitable aid organization. Our goal is to help alleviate poverty and despair through multi-faceted resourcing of poor and...


760 E. Stuart Ave. Redlands, CA 92374

A live interactive escape room where you and up to six people have 60-minutes to decipher clues, discover hidden items, investigate a mystery and ultimately try and find the secret ESCAPE!

3 Game Options:
Pillow Palace: Beginner
The Study: Intermediate (Downtown)
Arrested: Difficult

19 E Citrus STE 208 // 370 Alabama St, STE B // Redlands, CA 92373


Mother's Day

Outings & Experiences

Mother's Day Tea at The Eating Room - Thursday May 10, Friday May 11 and Saturday May 12. $30 per person. Ma...

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Ladies, Mom, Grandmother, and Girls

Dough'Lectibles Bakery: Bread of the Month Club. Annual Christmas Tea: The Eating Room's Annual Chr...

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Redlands Outings

50 Things to Do in Redlands

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Open Door Escape Games

A live interactive escape room where you and up to six people have 60-minutes to decipher clues, discover hidden items, investigate a mys...

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Off the Beaten Path

As a local Redlander you are probably looking for the inside scoop. You have been to State Street and eaten at all the well-known spots. Is it time to shake things up? Well, the team at Creative 7 Designs has some off the beaten path suggestions for you to escape the madness. Check out their hole in the wall, uncommon, secret spots. Photo Credit: Bruce Herwig

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Rotary Club of Redlands announces name change and date for annual fundraising event

What the Rotary Club of Redlands previously called the "Rotary Red Wine & Blues" fundraising event, is now called "Red Wine & Brews," to better reflect the interest of attendees to sample more craft beer.

  • Written by: Redlands Annual Events guest writer

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Weekdays are for the Locals

I once read an article written by the late Anthony Bourdain where he declared, “locals dine during the week”. The admired chef went on to reveal that the weekends were considered “amateur nights for the tourists and well-done-ordering pre theater hordes,” in reference to how some guests indecently ordered their steaks overcooked. Adding that chefs prefer to cook for weekday guests rather than for the weekenders. Well, in that case say no more, Tony. We hear you…

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Redlands Symphony Celebrates 70 Years with a World Premiere

A lively question and answer session with Sean Friar who composed Emerald Oasis. The piece — commissioned by the Redlands Symphony — celebrates our community and incredible musical legacy. It will make its world premiere at the Symphony’s opening night concert, November 16th.

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Grandmother of the Bride

Question: My grand daughter just announced her engagement. Yikes! What shall I do so she isn’t ashamed of the way I look at the wedding?
Mimi: First of all, she will not be ashamed of you. She loves you and will be delighted that you are able to come. You want to look radiant, and so you shall. I don’t know how much time you have before the wedding, so let’s start NOW.

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The Redlands Signature Drinks Tour 2020

We are officially calling all drinkers and non-drinkers! It is time to break out your walking shoes - the 2020 Redlands Signature Drinks Tour is here! These offerings are diverse and oh-so-tasty. Everyone in your group is sure to find something to please their palate.

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We find many of our clients are looking for a secluded destination where they can enjoy crystal clear waters, privacy and excellent dining. There are a number of resorts located in the Caribbean waters, not all are easy to navigate but the rewards are worth the transportation inconvenience.

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Crystal Cruises goes All Inclusive

The two highest-rated luxury ships in the world “ Crystal Symphony” and “Crystal Serenity” will be making changes to meet new trends in cruise travel.

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Top Local Spots to Up Your Greeting Card Game

Are you falling into the same pattern with your greeting and special occasion cards? Maybe it is time to switch things up AND support local business? Here is a list of our top 5 spots to stock up on cards...

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Local Redlands Fitness Expert, Jill Ruth Rooks Signs Publishing Deal

Jill Ruth Rooks, fitness expert and health coach, signed a publishing deal with Scriptor Publishing Group to release the book "Strong Living."

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Day at the Spa: 30th Anniversary Edition

Have you ever wondered how a business owner came to be where they are? Well, we got nosey since International Day Spa is celebrating their 30th anniversary and asked Corri Vara, owner, for her story. Here is what she told us...

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Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist who experienced a severe hemorrhage in the left hemisphere of her brain in 1996. On the afternoon of this rare form of stroke (AVM), she could not walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. It took eight years for Dr. Jill to completely recover all of her functions and thinking ability. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey and was chosen as one of TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2008.

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The Maldive Islands feature deep blue seas, turquoise reefs, beautiful white sandy beaches and scores of palm trees. It is also a place full of character, where its people have long spent their days languishing in the very essence of idyll living.

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The Rose of Sharon AVEDA Salon

Even after 48 years as a stylist I am still in love with what I do.

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Sleep yourself well, beautiful, and sane

Question: I generally get 5 or 6 hours of sleep. But I notice in your column that you advocate 8 to 10 hours. Why do you sleep so much?

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What your nails may reveal about your health

Being healthy basically means without disease and of sound mind and body. Being physically fit means being able to meet the daily demands of everyday living without being overly fatigued, and still have energy to do recreational or leisure activity.

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The Banana Psoriasis Cure

Question: Please tell me what to do to get rid of my psoriasis. I have a prescription for Taclonex that works well, but I don’t have health insurance to continue to fill the expensive prescription. What else can I do?

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The Face of Redlands, Part 2 "YOUNGBLOODS"

The YOUNGBLOODS photography art exhibit took place in 2014. It was the second phase of Redlands' Photographer Marc Piron's "The Face of Redlands." The purpose was to raise funds for unique art installments to Downtown Redlands and the Downtown Art Walk. Watch the video here.

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The Redlands Vegan Tour

The concept of plant based sustainable food has piqued the interest of the entire community, not only vegans. The number of “vegan-curious” people, as Joanna the local vegan blogger with Plant Based Momma calls them, in Redlands and the surrounding area is absolutely incredible.

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Bermuda is more than a pair of shorts

Those who live on the West Coast often think of Bermuda as a Caribbean Island when in fact this British territory is located in the North Atlantic Ocean east of North Carolina by approximately 640 miles.

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Brazil – A Blast of Color

Brazil is the largest Latin American country, covering almost half of South America. It is the fifth largest country in the world after Canada, the Russian Federation, China and the United States. The Equator cuts across the northern region of the country. Equador and Chile are the only two countries in the South American continent that do not share a border with Brazil. The Atlantic Ocean extends along the entire east coast of the country. You will find Brazil is a country with a wide range of activities and interests.

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5 Mindful Activities for Children

 Children under the age of five should be engaging in a variety of sensory motor experiences before a pencil and paper is presented to them, before they are expected to sit, attend, and learn new information.  It is so easy to create sensory motor experiences within your own home!

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Redlands Café Tour: Top 9 Coffee Shops You Need to Try

Redlands is a small city blessed with a big choice of coffee shops. If you are a dedicated coffee lover on the lookout for a tasty brew and a satisfying caffeine hit or just hunting for a place to grab a bite for breakfast or lunch, in Redlands, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re searching for.

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After 12 years as Chief Financial Officer and other side hobbies, Marlisa realized that she wanted more of a creative outlet and desired to be more invested in the community on a personal level. Naturally, Rok-N-Fondue was the next fun, frontier that was outside the realm of corporate influence and allowed her to have total autonomy.

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Good bye to Summer Party Ideas

Now that the first day of fall is here how about an "End of Summer Party?" Gather friends for Tapas and wine. Here are a few suggestions that require little to no cooking.

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Summer Entertaining

This is the time of year we love our BBQ’s and Picnics. Here are a few tips we use at Tennessee Gardens and Michelle’s to create special summer events.

Always have plenty of refreshing non-alcoholic beverages on hand so that people stay hydrated.

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Often when we think of an island vacation a picture of palm trees, white sprawling beaches, and warm balmy air come to mind. These are certainly a vision of relaxation and romance. There are however other islands that I experienced this summer that were not of this typical view, yet culturally, geographically and historically rich.

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Starting Your Relationship With a Jeweler

Wedding rings are a big deal.

The gown will get packed away. The flowers will die. Sometimes you’ll look at the photos.

But you will wear your rings every day for the rest of your life.

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Let’s Think About Health While We Are Healthy!

There are many simple habits that we can incorporate into our daily lives to boost our immune system to its optimal functioning level.

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