Mas…Vote NO on the recall, Californians: Get your kicks on Route 66
The Mitla Cafe in San Bernardino is where Taco Bell was born (video)
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]
Area man relieved Ashley Madison was hacked, not Ashley Mamon
(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…Area man relieved Ashley Madison was hacked, not Ashley Mamon
Cops make San Bernardino safer by busting guy selling fruit (video)
We 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…Cops make San Bernardino safer by busting guy selling fruit (video)
Quitapenas ❤️ Cali’s Inland Empire: ‘Valle Moreno’ (video)
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:
Mas…Quitapenas ❤️ Cali’s Inland Empire: ‘Valle Moreno’ (video)
San Berdoo man chants, sees blue UFO fly into a doorway in the sky
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:
Mas…San Berdoo man chants, sees blue UFO fly into a doorway in the sky
Breaking Ñews: San Bernardino teenager addicted to Takis
(PNS reporting from SAN BERNARDINO) Mary Hernandez has a problem: she’s addicted to Takis. The 17-year-old Californian 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 too skinny!”
Hernandez, a senior at San Bernardino High School, said her Takiphilia began when a friend offered her “just a little taste” behind the gym after school. She snuck a bite and has been madly munching away since.
Mas…Breaking Ñews: San Bernardino teenager addicted to Takis