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‘Menopause the Musical” Live on Stage at the Historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts

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San Bernardino cast of Menopause

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- Four women with nothing in common but shopping for lingerie — as well as hot flashes, chocolate cravings, too little or too much sex, memory loss and night sweats–connect with hilarious results in “Menopause the Musical,” on stage at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 W. Fourth Street, in downtown San Bernardino.

“This show is good fun from beginning to end and is one of those special shows that once you see it, you’ve got to see it again and bring all your friends,” Joseph Henson, producer with Theatrical Arts International, said. “It’s has become a pop icon all its own.”

The show features such songs as “Staying Awake/Night Sweatin’,” “Please Make Me Over,” “Hot Flash” and “Puff, My God I’m Draggin’, “Menopause The Musical” pays hilarious tribute to that  time of life for every woman in her 40s and 50s.

The show will be in town on Saturday,  June 7 and Sunday, 8. Show times are 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. on June 7 and 3 p.m. on June 8. Tickets range from $35 to $65, and are available by calling (909) 885-51552 or visiting www.ticketmaster.com.

WSS News Special Graduates

WSS Graduates

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- The Westside Story News sends out special congratulations to two of our interns. Miss Noelle Lilley graduated from Arroyo Valley High School, and Mr. Mitchell Young graduated from San Bernardino High School. We wish them both much success and blessings has they embark on the career journeys.

The 4th Annual Inland Empire High School Black Graduate Recognition Ceremony

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SAN BERNARDINO, CA- On Thursday, May 15, at the Santos Manuel Student Union on the campus of California State University San Bernardino, Youth Action Project (YAP), the Black Voice News Foundation, Young Visionaries and Buffong Consulting Solutions came together to present the 4th Annual Inland Empire High School Black Graduate Recognition Ceremony. The evening was filled with cultural celebration and community connectedness. It ended with a mantra from the students who pledge to continue to support each other, be responsible family members, and leaders within the Inland Empire.

This year’s keynote speaker was Dr. Will Greer. He challenged the students to look at the crucial role that education has played in the history of African Americans, as well as a tool to achieve any desired dreams. There were approximately 200 students that were recognized and awarded Kente Stoles that symbolized academic excellence, community leadership, and personal reasonability. In addition, there were eight $500 scholarships awarded based on essays, G.P.A., community service and recommendations. Carolyn Tillman was awarded the Dorothy Ingram Award which signifies a celebration of youth, accomplishment, and culture through the advancement of higher education among underserved population. Tillman represents a drum major that connects and creates opportunities for students of the Inland Empire to ensure their success in college and to develop their potential.