Whether it’s from taking dance lessons or attending dancing events across the western slope, a surprising number of people have found love on the dance floor with the San Juan Dance Club (SJDC). Jerry Hillman and Donna Lynn met at a class last summer taught by the club’s co-founder, Ron . . .
Planning a Valentine’s theater date based around a man undergoing prostate cancer surgery may seem like an odd way to celebrate love, but well-known actor Ed Asner’s talent turns a tragic circumstance into sidesplitting comedy as he performs Ed. Weinberger’s play, “A Man and His Prostate,” at the Avalon Theatre . . .
On nine patriotic holidays throughout the year, American flags take over Redlands neighborhoods, showing residents’ support for our veterans. Flags are placed by homes and mailboxes by members of the Redlands Lion’s Club, who set up flags at dawn and return at dusk to take them back down. The project . . .
Losing a spouse or long-time companion to death or divorce can be a nightmare. Some people may jump into a new relationship just to have someone around; others may become depressed, even deciding that life isn’t worth living. It’s human nature to want to bond with another, and when that . . .
Dating is not just a young people’s game. One thing about human nature never changes, no matter your age: Nobody likes feeling lonely. Plenty of older men and women are out there looking for companionship. If you’re interested in dating, but a little out of practice, these pointers will help. . . .