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November 25, 2006 | Roger Vincent and Adrian G. Uribarri, Times Staff Writers
Thousands of lights were twinkling. No fewer than 178 banners festooned the streets. The 60-foot white fir trucked in from Northern California was anchored fast. Santa was in his log cabin. And before dawn the shoppers began streaming in. All day Friday they came in throngs to the sprawling Victoria Gardens open-air town center in Rancho Cucamonga. "Thanksgiving is over, cooking is done and now we're on to Christmas," Darla Steffen said.
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November 25, 2006 | Roger Vincent and Adrian G. Uribarri, Times Staff Writers
Thousands of lights were twinkling. No fewer than 178 banners festooned the streets. The 60-foot white fir trucked in from Northern California was anchored fast. Santa was in his log cabin. And before dawn the shoppers began streaming in. All day Friday they came in throngs to the sprawling Victoria Gardens open-air town center in Rancho Cucamonga. "Thanksgiving is over, cooking is done and now we're on to Christmas," Darla Steffen said.
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April 9, 2004 | Times Staff Reports
The Lewis Group, a family-owned Inland Empire homebuilder, announced a $1-million donation to a performing arts theater planned for Rancho Cucamonga's new cultural center, part of the Victoria Gardens shopping center. The theater will be named the Lewis Family Playhouse.
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July 14, 2005 | Lance Pugmire, Times Staff Writer
With a sparkling-new upscale mall, swelling home prices and a popular minor league baseball park, Rancho Cucamonga has become the envy of other up-and-coming cities in one of the fastest-growing corners of the Inland Empire. But city firefighters and some community members have expressed concern for months that the population growth is outpacing the city's ability to provide emergency services, putting residents at risk because of slower response times.
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