Unless you’ve been living in a cave the last month, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the plight of the 13 Turpin kids, who were allegedly imprisoned by their parents inside their Perris home.
Well, today (January 31) you can help those kids, and all you have to do is go out to eat.
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Can eating a burrito help build homes for people in need?
It can…and you can help.
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There’s not a lot of cues to indicate that fall has arrived here in the Inland Empire.
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Pieology Pizzeria, which opened in August, is celebrating its grand opening from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow (September 26).
The Moreno Valley
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Norms Restaurants are raising funds to help fight hunger.
Donate $1 at any Norms location through Monday (September 4) and you’ll receive two coupons worth $7 for your next visit.
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We’ve mentioned before that one of our favorite Inland Empire food events is the Tour de Fork at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga.
Last year, the event sold out rather quickly, but this year, if you’re interested in going, you’re in luck.
That’s because tickets are still available for the event, which is set for 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 29 along the center’s North Mainstreet.
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Want to help build the world’s longest pizza?
The world-record breaking attempt will take place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday (June 10) at Auto Club Speedway, 9300 Cherry Ave., Fontana.
Organizers are trying to build a 7,000-foot-long pizza. That’s more than 1.3 miles, or 23⅓ football fields!
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Thursday (April 27) is Dining Out For Life, an event during which restaurants give a portion of proceeds, or a flat amount, to AIDS service organizations.
In years past, that generally meant driving out to the Coachella Valley, where you could find many restaurants which were participating in the fundraiser. Not so any more.
While there are still many restaurants in the Coachella Valley that are involved (and helping support Desert AIDS Project), several local restaurants have signed on to help support the cause.
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