Fallbrook Music Society presents ‘Four Women for Women’

Fallbrook Music Society presents ‘Four Women for Women’

FALLBROOK – Continuing its successful Classical Sundays format, Fallbrook Music Society celebrates women composers in classical music with Quartet Nouveau, an all-female string quartet performing 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24 in the Fallbrook Library. Based in San Diego, Quartet Nouveau performs regularly as an ensemble in residence at the California Chamber Orchestra in Temecula. Known […]

Fallbrook Art Association seeks entries for fall show

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Association announces its fall show, Oct. 5-28, at Brandon Gallery, 105 N. Main Ave. The association is handling the show intake Sept. 29-30, and the opening reception will be held Oct. 7. This year’s judge is well-known artist Lyndelle Stonick, an art instructor with Saddleback College for more than 21 years who has […]

Toto salvages concert after Benatar cancellation

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Regardless of how well Toto performed during the band’s Aug. 31 concert at Pala Casino’s Palomar Starlight Theater, initial expectations for the concert were likely not met. When the concert was first announced, Pat Benatar and Toto were both scheduled to perform. That was the case until the day before […]

San Diego County Library’s most popular items

SAN DIEGO – The most checked out items in the San Diego County Library system for the month of August were:   Adult Fiction 1)   The Whistler John Grisham 2)   The Wrong Side of Goodbye Michael Connelly 3)   Night School Lee Child 4)   No Man’s Land by David Baldacci 5)   Camino Island by John Grisham 6)   Woman in Cabin 10 by […]

‘An American in Paris’ is well worth seeing

‘An American in Paris’ is well worth seeing

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to the Village News “An American in Paris” has all the components of a fabulous touring Broadway musical. The puzzle pieces are expertly arranged to make the touring show every bit as sensational as the 1951 movie starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. The spectacular set design was a collaboration between Bob […]

LeAnn Rimes: evolving through music, love and life

LeAnn Rimes: evolving through music, love and life

Kim Harris Managing Editor When LeAnn Rimes broke into the music scene more than 20 years ago, she really had no idea how her life would evolve and change, or that she would one day become one of the most respected artists in music history. But her haunting voice and powerful lyrics, along with her […]

Fallbrook Art Center celebrates Galaxy of Glass’ 20th anniversary, open daily Sept. 10 through Oct. 22

Fallbrook Art Center celebrates Galaxy of Glass’ 20th anniversary, open daily Sept. 10 through Oct. 22

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center celebrates the 20th year of the Galaxy of Glass exhibit. One of the center’s longest running annual shows, it continues to attract new artists eager to participate as well as collectors and art appreciators alike. Presented in the center’s main exhibition space, The Janice Griffiths Gallery, the show features […]

Natasha Ragland to perform free concert at Fallbrook Library Sept. 21

FALLBROOK – Singer, songwriter and pianist Natasha Ragland will be performing a free concert of 10 new original songs at the Fallbrook Library 124 S. Mission Road, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21.  Guitarist Randie Wilson will be coming from Washington State to accompany her. Soloist Jack Ragland, Natasha’s father, will be assisting with vocals and performing a […]

Pala to host outdoor Oktoberfest Oct. 14

PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will sponsor an outdoor Oktoberfest 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 14, on the lawn of its Starlight Theater that will feature 15 beer brands, authentic German food, wine and cider and entertainment by Hammerstein Musik Bavaria, the authentic German polka rock band. Tickets, $45 per person that include […]

‘An American in Paris’ is well worth seeing

‘An American in Paris’ is well worth seeing

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to the Village News   “An American in Paris” has all the components of a fabulous touring Broadway musical. The puzzle pieces are expertly arranged to make the touring show every bit as sensational as the 1951 movie starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. The spectacular set design was a collaboration between […]

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