DIY Projects to Do When You’ve Watched Everything on Netflix

If you’re spending more time at home and having a hard time staying busy, you’re not alone. Many people are turning to crafting to stay occupied! If you can’t stand to watch one more hour of Netflix, try one of these easy DIY projects. Chances are you already have the materials you need to make […]

Slow-Cooker Recipes to Make Before the Warmer Weather Arrives

Before you start dreaming of spring sunshine, think about all the great things that winter brings every year. Cozy clothing, snow-dusted sidewalks, and, of course, hearty comfort food. Bid adieu to the colder months with the help of these winter slow-cooker recipes. Beef and Vegetable Stew [Simple Seasonal]Nothing is more comforting than a piping-hot bowl […]

The Chino Cultural Palooza Returns March 21!

You never know exactly what you’ll find at the Chino Cultural Palooza, and that’s a testament to the community’s diversity. The bash celebrates the various cultures that converge in Chino, hosting performances and activities that highlight international music, dancing, and traditions. The Chino Cultural Palooza is coming back to town on Saturday, March 21st from 4 […]

Cleaning Tips for a Spring-Ready Apartment

If you’re already looking forward to spring, then you might be thinking about spring cleaning, too. Make refreshing your home stress-free and easy by following these simple tips. Start by decluttering. Before you break out the vacuum, make sure your space is ready for a deep clean. That means getting rid of everything you don’t use […]

Craving Ice Cream, Copper Wood? Head to Creamistry!

The ice cream artists at Creamistry do dessert a little differently. Case in point: the Ruby Red Velvet “Creation.” Calling it a sundae wouldn’t really do the over-the-top treat justice. It features layers of Ruby Cacao ice cream with chunks of red velvet cake, complete with cream cheese frosting, and chocolate chips.  All of the “Creations” can […]

Three Seasonal Recipes to Make Right Now

It may not be farmers’ market season just yet, but there are still plenty of fruits and veggies in season in February. If you want to eat more seasonal produce this month, try one of these mouth-watering recipes. Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Warm Honey Glaze [Bon Appetit]Brussels sprouts are actually in season all winter long, […]

Happy Together Brings Cantonese Cuisine to Chino Hills

Although it’s only been open since this past November, Cantonese restaurant Happy Together is already making a name for itself here in Chino for delicious food and wonderful service.   Happy Together features approximately seven dozen menu items, with an array of authentic Cantonese dishes, from appetizers to combination platters.  Customers report that the Peking duck is […]

Simple Steps Toward a Tidier Closet

When living in an apartment—or any space where square footage is at a premium—the easiest way to combat clutter is to prevent it in the first place. Case in point: your apartment’s closet. With some strategic thinking and organizational know-how, it’s possible to stay one step ahead of those heaps of laundry and tangled messes […]

Enjoy a Taste of the Islands at Hula Tang Shave Ice

Keep cool with Hawaiian-style shave ice right here in Chino at Hula Tang Shave Ice!  After a trip to the islands, owner Randy Tang researched the classic treat and began catering fairs and other events before opening the doors to Hula Tang in September.   Tang studied traditional flavors and methods to capture the same tasty […]

How to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions a Reality in 2020

Anyone can make a New Year’s resolution, but it takes someone with grit and determination to actually make their goals a reality. Some strategy and planning comes in handy, too! Here are a few tips to help you stick with your resolutions for 2020, whether you’ve resolved to pad a savings account, drink more water, […]