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Lakeside Jazz Supper at the Pines Features Nancy Walker, All-Star Trio

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Lakeside Jazz Supper at the Pines Features Nancy Walker, All-Star Trio

Enjoy dinner served with a side of jazz courtesy of Nancy Celeste Walker and a heavyweight trio of all-star musicians she used to work with at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 11. “Jazz Supper at The Pines” held at the lakefront restaurant on Big Bear Lake features a delicious pasta buffet dinner, dessert auction and opportunity…

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2017 Guilded Wildflower Walks on Big Bear Pebble Plain Saturdays Through June 24

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2017 Guilded Wildflower Walks on Big Bear Pebble Plain Saturdays Through June 24

Baldwin Lake Ecological Reserve opens for the season on April 1 with free guided wildflower hike organized by Southern California botanists Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. Join San Bernardino National Forest botanists as they lead guided Wildflower Walks exploring unique Pebble Plain terrain. Volunteers identify some of the unique species that grow here and nowhere else…

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Dizzy Reed, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Tribute Shows at The Cave Big Bear

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Dizzy Reed, Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Tribute Shows at The Cave Big Bear

Dizzy Reed from Guns and Roses. Favorites like The Old 97’s and the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. The world’s best tribute to U2 and all-female tribute to Iron Maiden. April sees a wide-ranging lineup at The Cave Big Bear, where state-of-the-art sound and lighting plus special effects like lasers, fog and even “snow” make for an…

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Beautiful Murals, Fine Dining, Wine Room at New Black Kat

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Beautiful Murals, Fine Dining, Wine Room at New Black Kat

Beautiful murals around the room,  illuminated by LED lights that change color and intensity with the music. A door from Oscar de la Hoya’s house and zebra wood accents. Tile flooring from Italy. And yes, wine. An entire room of vintages from around the region, country and the world, held in a specially-designed cellar at…

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Bass and Trout Tournaments Kick Off 2017 Big Bear Lake Fishing Season

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Bass and Trout Tournaments Kick Off 2017 Big Bear Lake Fishing Season

First 2017 qualifier for Aaron’s Bass Tournament is on Saturday, April 1, helping get the lake season officially underway with substantially more water in Big Bear Lake. In fact Southern California’s favorite recreation lake has come up about five feet since its 2016 low and the wet season isn’t over yet. In addition to five…

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`Motor City Madman’ Ted Nugent Rocks The Cave Big Bear on July 3

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`Motor City Madman’ Ted Nugent Rocks The Cave Big Bear on July 3

“Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent comes to The Cave Big Bear one night only on Monday, July 3, highlighting an all-American holiday weekend at the mountain’s intimate concert venue. Songs like “Stranglehold,” “Cat Scratch Fever,” “Dog Eat Dog” “Great White Buffalo,” “Spirit of the Wild,” “Wango Tango” and many more have made Nugent a rock…

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`Freezin’ for a Reason’ at March 4 Big Bear Polar Plunge

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`Freezin’ for a Reason’ at March 4 Big Bear Polar Plunge

All around beautiful Big Bear Lake in winter, there are posted signs warning folks to stay off it. So why are people suddenly encouraged to go jump in on Saturday, March 4? It’s “Freezin’ for a Reason,” the 6th annual Polar Plunge into Big Bear Lake. Brazen swimmers have a “License to Chill” as they…

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`Beatles vs. Stones’ a Musical Showdown at The Cave Big Bear

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`Beatles vs. Stones’ a Musical Showdown at The Cave Big Bear

Who’s best, the Beatles or Rolling Stones? Decide for yourself when what the Los Angeles Times called “The Most Unique Tribute Show in Decades” returns to The Cave Big Bear on Saturday, February 25. “Beatles vs. Stones” is an on-stage musical shootout of hit after hit songs courtesy of internationally renowned tribute bands Abbey Road…

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Grammy-Winning Country Star Pam Tillis brings her Trio to Cave Big Bear

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Grammy-Winning Country Star Pam Tillis brings her Trio to Cave Big Bear

A career that has spawned over a dozen Top 5 hit singles including six number ones and two Grammy Awards had to start somewhere. For Pam Tillis it was on stage at the Grand Ole Opry at age 8, standing next to her famous father Mel, an icon in country music. “I knew I was…

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Record January Snow Has Big Bear Resorts Fully Open for Skiing, Snowboarding

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Record January Snow Has Big Bear Resorts Fully Open for Skiing, Snowboarding

Wow! What pow! A season’s-full of snowfall in January made for the most incredible conditions at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. As February arrives all trails, lifts, parks and pipes are open, there’s stashes in the trees and canyons to be enjoyed…suffice it to say the conditions are the best they’ve been at the Big…

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