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    San Bernardino County Museum is pleased to present “The Afro, a historical view: From the Afro Comb to the Crown Act.” The show opens Thursday, Jan. 30 and runs through March1, 2020. A museum member reception takes place on Thursday, Feb. 6, 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Curated by Leah Goodwin, the exhibit tells the story of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Young aspiring entertainers are getting the creative space they need to work on becoming all that they can imagine they can be. As important, they  discover themselves  in the process. Josiah Bruny said his nonprofit Music Changing Lives is expanding to serve more kids and youth over the past five years “one ...
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    Twenty-one African American artists featured in show recognizing Black History Month The San Bernardino County Museum, in partnership with the Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce, Inland Cities, East, presents an exhibit featuring the fine art works of prominent African American artists from throughout Southern California to recognize Black History Month. “Images of Black Culture, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Redlands, not exactly known for its African American roots, will revisit its prominent past at the city’s first Juneteenth celebration, and honor the man who built and planned several of the city’s great landmarks. Long forgotten, or ignored, Israel Beal’s legacy takes center stage as a top of the line craftsman with ...
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    With 27 All-Region selections, 11 national qualifiers, one national champion, and countless achievements along the way, the University of Redlands men’s and women’s track & field teams enjoyed an unforgettable season during the 2017 campaign.  As a team, the Bulldog women finished second among the highly-competitive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), while the Redlands ...
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    The University of Redlands men’s basketball team battled through a challenging 2016-17 season that resulted in an overall record of 8-17 and a 4-12 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) mark. With a youthful roster that showed great promise for the future, the Bulldogs struggled to close out the tight games, with more than half ...