BEST OF IE 2012

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Posted October 4, 2012 in Feature Story
There’s no shame in having a little fun to liven up the boring, non-working days of your life, and the IE has plenty of fun to go around. To those people who tell others to “grow up” and quit going to bars: go jump off Mount Baldy because life, my friends, is about tapping into what you enjoy most. For instance here at the Weekly we have a thing for old-school wind-up toys—don’t judge. Now we know what you enjoy, too, because you voted for enough of the finest people, places and things in the IE to last you the whole year. Eat from the best restaurants, drink from the best bars, have fun enjoying the best massage or biking trail. This is your how-to guide to enjoying the IE before the Mayan apocalypse strikes.

 

BEST OF IE WRITERS:

F.L. Archer, Ashley Bennett, Justin Cienega, Jasen Davis, Bill Gerdes, Robert Kreutzer, Kevin Longrie, Nancy Powell, Matt Tapia.

Special thanks to California Creations for donating Z WindUps toys.

 

 

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

BARS & CLUBS

EATS & TREATS

PEOPLE & PLACES

SHOPPING & SERVICES

SPORTS & RECREATION

 


2 Comments


  1.  
    Jon C

    You speak the truth!!! Best breakfast, Corkys by far. Salted Pig should win every category. I didnt agree with you on Redlands. The Bars and people suck. Crime has risen 20 percent in the last year. You’re mostly to get shot at the bar in redlands. Also the best Comic Shop, IE comics? Are they still open? You were right about Comic Quest holding down Redlands. They deserve it, as well as shops like Players or Four Color Fantasies




  2.  
    Tom K

    Yes, I.E. Comics & Games is still open! They moved earlier this year near Target to a large space there! And if you’re into comics, they’re the place to go… Not like the other shops that try and cram Magic & Yu-Gi-Oh down your throat.. They carry a deep, DEEP selection of back issues and more figures than you can imagine! What a great comic book shop should be!!! That’s why they got our vote for the best in the Inland Empire! And we didn’t even mention how nice everyone is that works there, no comic snobs to speak of!





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