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How Rancho Cucamonga is about to get a lot more artsy

By Liset Márquez|

Crime novelist Don Winslow talks ‘The Force,’ police corruption and the Trump administration’s war on drugs

In the opening moments of Don Winslow’s new novel, “The Force,” Detective First Grade Dennis John Malone — “A hero cop. The son of a hero cop. A veteran sergeant in the NYPD’s most elite unit” &#...

By Sandra Barrera|

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  • Entertainment

    Shirley Manson of Garbage talks about touring with Blondie

    When Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson got word that her band’s summer co-headlining tour with New York’s influential Lower East Side rock band Blondie had been given the green light, she was ecstatic.During a phone interview ahead of the outing, dubbed the Rage & Rapture Tour, which stops by the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Sunday, July 9, Manson said she had been lucky enough to have had several run-ins with Blondie vocalist Debbie Harry throughout the...

  • Entertainment

    Why Hangar 24 has stopped hosting live entertainment

    REDLANDS >> Patrons wanting to enjoy live music at Hangar 24 Craft Brewery will have to wait, for now. The brewery, at 1710 Sessums Drive, has stopped hosting live entertainment while its owners work on gaining city approval to hold such events. “We volunteered to stop live entertainment until we have clarity on whether the city officials will...

    Sandra Emerson
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  • Entertainment

    Here’s what ‘Despicable Me 3’s’ Steve Carell really thinks about doing voices for Gru and twin Dru

    Gru meets Dru in “Despicable Me 3,” the second sequel in the outrageously popular animated movie series. And for voice actor Steve Carell, it was double the fun to play both the warmhearted master villain of the last two films and now the long-lost twin brother he never knew he had. Carell keeps emphasizing how fun it was, in fact, to bring vocal life to two super silly characters. While we’re sure that’s true, that might also be because he’s kind of...

    Bob Strauss
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  • Art museums

    The California African America Museum unveils two new shows about race films of the early 20th century

    The California African American Museum is unveiling a pair of shows that explore a little-known genre of cinema — race films of the silent era. These shows, “Center Stage: African American Women in Silent Race Films,” beginning Wednesday, and “Gary Simmons:...

    Sandra Barrera
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  • Entertainment

    Mumford & Sons close Arroyo Seco Weekend with joyful sounds for happy fans

    Marcus Mumford looked out at the still-sprawling crowd at Arroyo Seco Weekend as the English rock band he leads reached the penultimate song of its festival-closing set, and sweaty and happy like the fans on the field invite everyone to come along with Mumford & Sons for the finish. “Let’s have a (bleepin’) dance, shall we?” Mumford shouted. The band struck up the opening notes of “I Will Wait,” one of its biggest hits, and everyone rallied...

    Peter Larsen
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  • Amusement and theme parks

    Disneyland’s horses relax, get trained at new Circle D Ranch in Norco

     NORCO >> When the equines on the front of the Horse-Drawn Streetcars finish their three to four days a week working at Disneyland, they get to go home to their new digs in Norco. “It’s big and comfortable here. The horses love it,” said Jennifer Gable, stage manager at the ranch. The Circle D Ranch, as it is called, was in the northwest section of Disneyland’s backstage (what Disneyland calls areas its visitors cannot see), behind the berm...

    Mark Eades
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  • Entertainment

    The good, the bad and the weird of Arroyo Seco Weekend

    Arroyo Seco Weekend kicked off its inaugural year in Pasadena June 24-25 with a whole lot of heat, music and more at the Brookside Golf Course on the Rose Bowl grounds. As with any new festival there were some minor kinks, but overall it was a good time filled with jazz, blues, folk and rock and roll. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t make some fun superlatives to commemorate the event. Loudest sing-along: “Free Fallin’” Tom...

    Vanessa Franko
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  • Entertainment

    Tom Petty is bringing 40th anniversary tour to Hollywood Bowl

    Fresh off of its opening day headlining performance at the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend in Pasadena on Saturday, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers announced that it would wrap up its 40th Anniversary Tour at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Thursday, Sept. 21. With special guest Lucinda Williams, Tom Petty and The...

    Kelli Skye Fadroski
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  • Movies & TV

    ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ debuts to a franchise low

    NEW YORK >> The hulking machines of “Transformers” are no longer box-office behemoths in North America. But they’re still big in China. Michael Bay’s “Transformers: The Last Knight,” the fifth installment in the Hasbro series, scored a franchise-low domestic debut with an estimated $43.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend and a five-day total of $69.1 million since opening Wednesday. All previous “Transformers” sequels...

    By JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer|

  • Music festivals

    How Arroyo Seco Weekend compares to Coachella, Stagecoach, Desert Trip

    Arroyo Seco Weekend kicked off its inaugural run June 24 and 25 in Pasadena and one of the things people always ask about is any new festival compares to some established ones. Let’s take a look at how Arroyo Seco Weekend, which wrapped up Sunday with Mumford & Sons, Weezer and The Shins, stacks up against Goldenvoice’s most recent large-scale multi-day music festivals in Southern California: the

    Vanessa Franko
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