>> Thurs/ 3/24
DRIVE TO END HUNGER
The AARP presents the #24 Drive to End Hunger Chevrolet race car from NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon for photo opportunities. But to help fight hunger, folks can bring a non-perishable food item to donate, which benefits the Second Harvest Food Bank of Riverside—which is made easy since the car’s in a grocery store parking lot.
Thurs, March 24, 10:30AM-2:30PM. Ralphs, 14574 Baseline Ave., Fontana; www.drivetoendhunger.org.
Nuclear Cowboyz and their Freestyle Chaos features two motocross tribes fighting for dominance by performing spectacular stunts as the riders jump off, engage in gratuitous front flips and an assortment of other crowd-pleasing, death-defying tricks
Fri and Sat, 7:30PM. Citizens Business Bank Arena, 4000 E. Ontario Center Pkwy., Ontario, (800) 745-3000; www.nuclearcowboyz.com. $10-$100.
>> Sat/ 3/26
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Agatha Christie’s known for her mysteries and this is one of the greats. This story finds 10 folks who have been invited to an English country house. On the mantle are 10 Indian statuettes with a nursery rhyme explaining how each died. That’s where it unfolds, as the strangers search for a murderer.
Thru April 10. Riverside Community Players, 4026 14th St., Riverside, (951) 686-4030; www.riversidecommunityplayers.com.
>> Sun/ 3/27
WRITE ME A MURDER
David and Clive land a fortune after their father dies and they meet a slimy businessman named Charles and his wife Julia, who’s a thriller writer. David collaborates with Julia on a murder mystery story that goes off the pages—and into reality. Presented by the Rialto Community Players. Directed by Barry Wallace.
Thru April 3. Rialto Playhouse, 150 E. San Bernardino Ave., Rialto, (909) 873-3514; www.rialtocommunityplayers.org.
>> Mon/ 3/28
OUR LAST NIGHT
Well, we’d love to tell you about our night last night, but instead, we’ll just reveal that this New England-based melodic hardcore act has been hitting the road with partners-in-crime Attila, Arsonists Get All The Girls, A Bullet for Pretty Boy and more mosh-ready stage greats as part of the “Young and the Restless Tour.”
Mon, 6PM. $14. Victorville Event Center, 15520 7th St., Victorville; www.victorvilleeventcenter.com.
>> Tues/ 3/29
TURN TURN TURN: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS 1965-1975
The late ’60s and early ’70s were a revolutionary time that will long be inscribed in the historical annals of America. This exhibit actually breaks it all down on a local level with three separate shows, including “Scene in the Sun,” “Community Chronicles” and “Chicano Photographer: 1970-75.”
Opens Sat. Thru Nov. 6. San Bernardino County Museum, 2024 Orange Tree Ln., Redlands, (909) 307-2669; www.sbcountymuseum.org.
>> Wed/ 3/30
When we think about bingo, we’re imagining sitting in a large, uneventful room packed with elderly folks who are intently listening for number-and-letter combos. But this isn’t your typical bingo game. Here’s a different spin on the classic contest, offering Bingo Bombshell girls dancing all over the place—oh, and there’s still a bingo card, too.
Wed, 9:30PM. $10. The Hideaway, 3700 Main St., Riverside, (951) 686-0950; www.burlesquebingo.com.