3 Ways to Accessorize Your Wet Bar This Spring


Your apartment in Rancho Cucamonga with wet bar is a great place for hosting spring and summer gatherings and social get-togethers with family and friends. If you do plan on doing some entertaining, make sure you accessorize your wet bar properly with these helpful tips. Make sure you've got the proper glassware for your wet bar to match the type of … [Read more...]

What Makes Rancho Cucamonga a Green Tree City

Arbor Day

Since 1990, Rancho Cucamonga has been listed as one of California's Green Tree Cities by the Arbor Day Foundation and the National Association of State Foresters. This means that Rancho Cucamonga has been recognized as one of the communities in the United States that care enough about their trees to institute a meaningful tree management program. Local … [Read more...]

Creative Ways to Reuse Shoe Boxes in Your Walk-in Closet

Using Your Shoe Boxes

If you are lagging behind on your spring cleaning objectives, is it perhaps because your apartment in Rancho Cucamonga with walk-in closets just has so much stuff crammed into those closets that you don't know where to start? When you do get the cleaning and organizing bug, rather than tossing out your unwanted items like clothing and old shoe boxes, … [Read more...]

The Run or Dye LA Empire Race in Southern California

The Run or Dye LA Empire Race in Southern California

If you were looking forward to the Run or Dye LA Empire race in Southern California this year, now you have even more reason to anticipate a lot of fun, energy, and excitement for the big event because it has merged with the Run or Dye LA race to create one huge race event at Irwindale Speedway. Mark the calendar at your Rancho Cucamonga apartment for May … [Read more...]

San Bernardino’s Historic Railroad Days Events

Antique Steam Train

The San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum at 1170 W. Third St. is home to one of the most unique events in San Bernardino County. Railroad Days, coming to the museum on April 12 and 13, is a great way for you and your family to learn more about the history of San Bernardino County and the railroad that paved the way through our area to the Pacific … [Read more...]