INLAND EMPIRE 66ERS
Alright this is it—your last chance to see the local minor teams before the season ends. Fancy an entertaining game with your favorite Inland Empire 66ers? Of course you do but today you have choices. Maybe the Lake Elsinore Storm or Rancho Cucamonga Quakes is more your style. Check out your favorite teams (at their respective stadiums, of course) before they leave only to return again next year.
7:05pm. San Manuel Stadium, 280 S. E St., San Bernardino, (909) 888-9922; www.66ers.com. Lake Elsinore Storm at Storm Stadium. Rancho Cucamonga Quakes at The Epicenter, Rancho Cucamonga.
Texan assistant funeral director Bernie Tiede (Jack Black) is well known as someone who would give you the shirt off his back. He befriends the meanest and wealthiest widow of town, Marjorie Nugent (played by Shirley MacLaine), and a co-dependent friendship quickly forms. Tiede eventually can’t keep up with her ever increasing demands and she ends up dead in her own freezer. Danny Buck (Matthew McConaughey) is there to solve the case in this sweet yet troubling movie.
7pm. $9.99. Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts, 3834 Main St., Riverside, (951) 827-3755; www.culvercenter.ucr.edu.
LIVING HISTORY FLYING DAY
Get up early on your weekend to check out the Planes of Fame Museum’s “Living History Flying Day” feat. The “Korean Conflict” F-86 Sabre. Don’t know what that is? No reason to fear; a keynote speaker and historians will tell you all about the plane and its life during war times. Whether it’s for your own personal interest or your grandpa, pay tribute to the era by checking it out.
10am-12pm. Planes of Fame Museum, 7000 Merril Ave., #17, Chino, (909) 597-3722; www.planesoffame.org.
SUNDAY NIGHT COMED I.E.
Just when you thought that the fame of Marquee 15 would be dying down after months of popular local and cover bands performing on weekends, they bust out an ambitious comedy night. Now they’ve come up with a new go-getter: the “Comed I.E.” night which features various famous comedians from Comedy Central programs to Showtime. This week will showcase the multi-talented Eric Schwartz and Justin Rivera.
7pm. $15. Marquee 15, 9022 Pulsar Ct. #H, Corona, (951) 200-4465; www.marquee15.com.
You know them from songs like “You Make Me Feel…” and those tunes will echo throughout the Fairplex while they’re not only playing the first weekend of the LA County Fair; they’ll be performing on Labor Day. It might be packed but fans of the Starship (not to be confused with any science fiction references, although that would be awesome) will be looking forward to this.
7:30pm-11:30pm. Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Ave., Pomona, (909) 623-3111; www.fairplex.com.
“IN THE SHADOW OF NUMBERS”
Aesthetics, politics and the formation of meaning can be found “In the Shadows of Numbers” if you know where to look . . . or at least that’s what artist Charles Gaines would like you to realize from his years of pondering and creativity. This artist is a thinker that will try and prompt you to do the same by looking at photos of “Shadows” and sculptures that depict how he sees problems of the world, as well as various other sub-themes.
Thru Oct. 21. Gallery hours: Tues-Fri, 12pm-5pm. Pitzer Art Galleries, 1050 N. Mills Ave., Claremont, (909) 621-8797; www.pitzer.edu/galleries.
“FORCE OF ARMS”
In the Riverside Metropolitan Museum’s gallery “Riverside’s Participation in American Wars from 1861-2011,” curious viewers will get inside the scoop on Riverside’s ancestors and their participation in the various wars of the world. Letters, photographs, documents and more will prove that many Riversidians descend from some pretty awesome people.
Gallery hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, 9am-5pm. Thurs, 9am-9pm. Sat, 10am-5pm. Sun, 11am-5pm. Riverside Metropolitan Museum, 3580 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside, (951) 826-5273; www.riversideca.gov/museum.