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August 2019 Wednesday Night Dances at THE LAKES at Hemet West

During August, the following bands will play for the Wednesday Night Dances at The Lakes at Hemet West, 5001 West Florida...

SOBOBA FOUNDATION COUNTS ON ART

Thanks to a generous grant from the Soboba Foundation, West Valley High School in Hemet has been able to provide fine arts classes

Rolling Stone Live is returning to Coachella for its third year...

Coachella is one of the biggest music events of the year, and Rolling Stone is back again to make its mark on the storied festival. In partnership with Meta, Rolling Stone Live is bringing the ultimate concert, lounge, and pool party experience, complete with unparalleled access to marquee performers and must-see up-and-comers.

HHT HOSTS THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ON “THE BIG SCREEEN”

Starting Thursday Saturday 30th, the Historic Hemet Theatre will host a free watch party for the NFL Thursday Night Football games, projecting the show on the 40’ “big screen.”

TINA TURNER TRIBUTE ANOTHER SELLOUT SHOW

On Saturday February 1st, recording artist Debby Holiday was in town to perform her incredible tribute to Tina Turner before a packed

Life is purrfect with a kitten

Pets are awesome, they are always there for you, love you, and don’t care what people may think. If you’re ready...

Growing up Hilllbillly chapter X

CHAPTER X A Right of Passage  At one point my entire family lived up Magazine Holler.  Eventually, the name was changed to Gardner Street and...

Beautiful Music Together

Diamond Valley Arts Council (DVAC), Saturday, hosted, “The Art of Guitar in Mexico,” featuring Guitarists Pamela Arellano

With empty venues and theaters, will the community grow a greater...

Ramona Hillside Player’s (RHP) Board Member / Play Director, seventy-nine-year-old, Peggy McQuown, remembers Hemet in its heyday of theater and musical arts

Pet of the Week – August 30, 2019

Travis is such a cutie, standing out from the crowd with his adorable scruffy fur. His sweet face will draw you in and beg you to give him a good home. Travis came in as a stray, is about five years old and weighs 20 pounds, and loves to make cute giggle noises when he gets excited during playtime. Travis is up to date on his vaccines, de-wormed, neutered, and is available now.