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  • The Inland Empires Guide to FunSeptember, 2007 REVIEW

    THEATER EVENTS KIDS FUN FITNESS CASINOS FREE

    ClassicalBeauty

    San Bernardino Symphony

    presents Magnificent

    Mahler

    ENTERTAINMENTInland

    Jon PeterLewis inRedlandsGodspell

    VikkiCarr atSinfoniaMexicana

    RiversRutherfordat Taste ofthe Towns

    ElizabethPitcairn andher red violin

  • Halloween Horror Nights: WARNING: THIS EVENT IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 13. SORRY, NO COSTUMESOR MASKS ALLOWED. Event occurs rain or shine. No refunds. Prices, dates, times, attractions and entertainmentsubject to availability and may change without notice. MMVII New Line Productions. Texas Chainsaw MassacreTM andLeatherfaceTM are trademarks of Vortex, Inc./Kim Henkel/Tobe Hooper. Friday the 13th,TM Jason Voorhees,TM A Nightmare onElm Street,TM Freddy KruegerTM are trademarks of New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2007 Universal Studios.All Rights Reserved. 07-LOC-5927

    Event will sell out! Pre-purchase tickets online atUniversalFanClub.com/HHN to guarantee admission.

    EXPIRES 10/31/07 EXPIRES 10/26/07 EXPIRES 10/27/07

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    EVENT DATE PAGE

    Orange Show Speedway racing Throughout the month 32

    Riverside Downtown Thursday Night and Farmers Market Throughout the month 33

    SkyQuest Astronomy programs Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 35

    I Do, I Do, Sept. 7-30 27

    London Suite Sept. 7-23 30

    Lake Arrowhead Oktoberfest Sept. 8-Oct. 28 15

    Godspell Sept. 13 28

    West Side Story Sept. 14 30

    Rich Little at Lewis Family Playhouse Sept. 14 24

    Sunset Jazz Sept. 15 29

    Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest Sept. 15 - Oct. 27 7

    Kenny G at Fantasy Springs Sept. 15 10

    Scorpions at Fantasy Springs Sept. 16 13

    Beaumont Oktoberfest Sept. 21-23 40

    Juan Gabriel at Fantasy Springs Sept. 22 12

    Andersons American Indian Show Sept. 28-30 31

    Magnificent Mahler at San Bernardino Symphony Sept. 29 22

    Banning Stagecoach Days Sept. 29 - Oct. 7 19

    Trisha Yearwood at Aquarius Sept. 29 11

    Moreno Christian Assembly Car Show Sept. 29 15

    Westside Latin concert Sept. 30 33

    A Taste of the Towns Oct. 5 6

    Lost Spirit Oct. 5 26

    Halloween Horror Nights Oct. 5-31 8

    Twenty Mule Team Days Oct. 5-7 14

    Wizard of Oz Oct. 5-7 25

    Naval Air Power at Planes of Fame Oct. 6 21

    Southern California Fair Oct. 6-14 9

    Wine and Food Under the Stars Oct. 11 20

    Vikki Carr with Sinfonia Mexicana Oct. 13 31

    Marching Through History Oct. 20-21 41

    Festa Italiano Oct. 21 37

    Steve Green gospel concert Oct. 21 26

    ENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENTThe Inland Empires Guide to Fun REVIEWInland

    September, 2007

    Editor In Chief Tom PigeonPublisher Word Mill Publishing

    Ad Manager Shirlee PigeonAdvertising Dianna Adkins

    Distribution Darrell Crowell

    WWW.INLANDREVIEW.COMInland Entertainment Review is published monthly and can befound at locations throughout the Inland Empire (Riversideand San Bernardino Counties), including select Ralphs andAlbertsons Supermarkets, and Blockbuster Video stores.Inland Entertainment Review brings you the best in InlandEmpire Entertainment.

    Inland Entertainment Review is not responsible forincorrect pricing or information listed or for loss ordamage of unsolicited materials. Opinions expressed bywriters and advertisers are their own and do notnecessarily represent those of the publisher. Redistributionin whole or in part is prohibited.

    Copyright 2007 by Word Mill. All rights reserved.

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    ABOUT THE COVER: Violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn joins soprano Lisa Delan for Magnificent Mahler, page 22.

    INDEX OF EVENT FEATURE ARTICLES

  • Inland Empire Magazine Presents

    12th Annual Inland Empire

    Taste of the TownsFriday, October 5

    6:30pm to 10:00pm

    Historic Downtown Riverside

    Main Street Mall

    between Mission Inn Ave, and 6

    th St.

    $100 per person

    $150 VIP courtyard

    Cocktail Attire

    VIP Courtyard

    Enjoy Private Label Event Wine

    Receive Special Gift Bag

    One lucky VIP will receive a half cara

    t diamond

    Take pleasure in savory samples from

    over

    50 Inland Empires finest restaurants

    and premier wineries.

    Listen to the sounds of Rivers Rutherf

    ord as he performs on stage.

    Community Honorees Wes and Marth

    a Green.

    Silent auction.

    All proceeds benefit the Inland Emp

    ire Branch of

    For Tickets or More Information, Call:

    951-320-1540

    Join us for an Epicurean Adventure

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    Saturday, October 20, 2007Fairmount Park

    2601 Fairmount Boulevard 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    $5 per person for play in the fun zone

    at Fairmount

    Costume Parade Pumpkin Carving Contest

    Fun Zone

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    Culinary eventfights arthritisA Taste of the Towns offers

    delectables for a worthy cause

    Enjoy some tasty biteswhile helping a worthycause. The 12th AnnualA Taste of the TownsGala, benefiting the

    Arthritis Foundation, takes placeFriday evening, October 5, presentingsamples of some of the areas bestrestaurants.

    Feast on portions of culinarydelights and paired wines, brews andcoffees. Food is prepared and servedby the Inland Empires finest chefs,accompanied by the regions mostdecorated wines and beers.

    Held in the Main Street PedestrianMall Downtown Riverside, adjacentto the historic Mission Inn, thisfundraising event celebrates thefavorite foods and wines from in andaround the Inland Empire.

    Beginning at 6:30pm guests of ATaste of the Towns experience the various tastes from approximately50 restaurants, wineries and breweries, while listening to live music.Country music performer Rivers Rutherford will be on hand to keepthe audience entertained.

    Community activists and business owners Martha and Wes Greenwill be recognized as the Foundations 2007 Community Honorees.

    Arthritis is the number one cause of disability in the United Statesaffecting one in three adults and over 300,000 children nationwide.More children suffer from arthritis than juvenile diabetes, musculardystrophy, cystic fibrosis and cerebral palsy combined. As a result offunding from donors the foundation is able to offer more than 169programs each week, reaching over 2,500 arthritis sufferers weekly inthe Inland Empire. The Arthritis Foundation also hosts CampEsperanza (which means Hope) in the San Bernardino Mountains.Camp Esperanza is an overnight camp for kids and teens afflicted witharthritis.

    Event tickets are $100 per person prepaid and $125 at the door.VIP tickets are $150 prepaid and $175 at the door. Sponsorshipopportunities are available from $2,500. For more information, con-tact the Arthritis Foundation at (951) 320-1540.

    For more information about programs and services, whichinclude land and water based exercise classes, self-help courses, pro-fessional and public education programs and physician referrals, call(951) 320-1540. IER

    Rivers Rutherford performsat Taste of the Towns.

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    Planning for Southern Californiasfavorite Oktoberfest is in full swing.The Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest has beenproviding German-style good times for

    37 years. The event has become a high countrytradition and, in 2006, was rated one of the topten Oktoberfest celebrations in the country andnumber one in Southern California.

    Simply said, we provide authenticOktoberfest fun with entertainment for theentire family in a casual mountain atmosphere,said Hans Bandows, the events originator andMaster of Ceremonies. Its a chance to escapefrom everyday life and share some good cam-marderie.

    New this year, Snow Valley Mountain Resortand Big Bear's Oktoberfest have teamed-up tooffer two seasons of fun. Visitors to Oktoberfestwill receive a free midweek Snow Valley lift tick-et with every admission purchase toOktoberfest. The offer is a $42 value andmakes a trip to Oktoberfest and Snow Valley agreat deal.

    The high countrys premier event will kick-off on Saturday, Sept. 15 and run for six and1/2 consecutive weekends through Oct. 27.

    This years event will once again fea-ture a traditional seven-piece band directfrom Germany. The Treppensteiger areone of the top regional bands inSouthern Germany. Their playlistincludes all the Oktoberfest favorites,classic 60s rock, a solid mix of country,as well as the newer European tunes.

    The entertainment line-up will alsofeature The Express, the West Coastspremier German band. The Expressperform throughout Southern Californiaand have become known for theirauthentic German sound.

    Each weekend also features a specialitydance group including the return of theBig Bear Lake Polka Tots.

    Opening weekend, Sept. 15-16 cele-brates Americas heroes with free admission forall past and present military, law enforcementand f