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When in San Bernardino, east of Los Angeles in the Inland Empire, be sure to stop by the Mitla Cafe, the restaurant where Taco Bell was born. [Video by Katrina Parks]

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ashley2 (PNS reporting from SAN BERNARDINO) A local Christian conservative anti-immigration blogger is relieved that the AshleyMadison.com adultery website was hacked, not the Latino gay hookup site AshleyMamon.com.

“Whoa I almost crapped my pantalones when I heard about Ashley Madison on a car radio some beaner was blasting in the next lane,” the 43-year-old insurance agent told PNS Thursday afternoon. [Mas…]

fruitvendorWe can all sleep easier now that a guy selling fruit from a little carrito on a street corner in San Bernardino has been busted by the cops. Facebook member Jason Gomez was there: [Mas…]

Quitapenas ❤️ Cali’s Inland Empire: ‘Valle Moreno’ (video)

by Soy Capitan July 29, 2015 Cultura
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Just so we’re all on the same page, let’s agree on terminology: Quitapenas is a band of SoCal homies. The Inland Empire is the nickname for Southern Califas east of Los Angeles. Moreno Valley (Valle Moreno) is a city in the IE. In addition, Quitapenas makes the following assertions about Valle Moreno. Dark Valley is:

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San Berdoo man chants, sees blue UFO fly into a doorway in the sky

by K. B. NIKTO October 2, 2014 El Now
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There’s no name attached to Case Number 60066 in the Mutual UFO Network database. It’s an anonymous report submitted about an strange incident two weeks ago — Monday night, September 22 — and it follows two other unusual occurrences in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles:

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Breaking Ñews: San Bernardino teenager addicted to Takis

by María Purísima May 24, 2013 El Now
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(PNS reporting from SAN BERNARDINO) Mary Hernandez has a problem: she’s addicted to Takis. The 17-year-old California cannot get enough of the spicy imported Mexican corn chips. “She eats Takis all the time instead of real food,” lamented her mother Laura, while stirring a pot of beans. “She needs real food; look — she’s getting […]

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