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Sports Roundup (Nov. 23, 2014)

Football Riverside 51 Ventura 37: The Tigers battled against the visiting Ventura College in the Southern California Regional semifinal game. Quarterback Nicholas King, who was named the Player of the Game, completed 22 of 30 passes (zero interceptions) for 259 yards and two touchdowns. Freshman runningback Christopher Anderson, who was named Riverside’s Most Valuable Player (of […]

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Football Preview: RCC host semifinals againt Ventura College

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Nov. 20, 2014 The Riverside City College football team (9-1, 6-0) defeated Citrus College (3-7, 2-4) with a score of 20-14 after another comeback as the regular season came to an end Nov. 15. The Tigers now look toward the playoffs. RCC will be the No.1 seed in Southern California […]

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Shirley Muramoto Wong plays the koto as part of her film showing with the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties at the Riverside Art Walk.

Internment camps can’t stifle art: World War II camps inspire a documentary on Japanese art today

Nov. 13, 2014 Michael Isberto | Staff Writer The Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties in Riverside held it’s monthly film screening Nov. 6 for the city’s art walk, but this particular screening was a little different than ones in the past. They screened “Hidden Legacy,” a documentary about the renaissance of traditional Japanese […]

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“Lost Art School Student in Apt.” by RCC alumnus Richard Corral is an expressive art piece that evokes images of “throwing it to the wall to see what sticks,” plays with identity and delves into string theory.

Crème de la Crème showcases Alumni of Distinction

Nov. 13, 2014 Tyler Reese Brilliant and artistic does very little to describe the masterpieces the alumni art students of Riverside City College have on display. “Crème de la Crème: Alumni of Distinction” is the first art show of its kind on RCC’s campus. “We’ve been thinking about doing an alumni show for quite awhile,” […]

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Santiago High School Marching Band and Color Guard perform "The Klaxon" on Cole Avenue in Riverside on Oct. 18.

High school bands are ranked and filed

Nov. 13, 2014 Josiah Patterson | Special to Viewpoints Proud family members, friends and entertainment-seekers gathered to hear band students from all over Southern California perform in the 10th Annual King Band Review. Walking down Krameria Avenue in Riverside on the morning of Oct. 18, people could see and hear band after band practicing in […]

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Rebekah Josoh warms up in the cool evening of  Dia de los Muertos in a striped jacket reminiscent of the undead character in Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice”

Marble Flesh artists work with The Walking Sugar Skulls

Nov. 13, 2014 John Villanueva | Staff Writer Beautifully painted men and women competed for best Catrina designs in Riverside to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. People flooded Ninth and Market Streets with decorative sugar skull face paintings to commemorate the dead on Nov 2. Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead celebration, […]

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Carnival attendees dress in costumes to celebrate the Halloween Festivities

Local community figures come together to bring a healthy and safe alternative to children

Nov. 13, 2014 Michael Isberto | Staff Writer As a child who grew up in Riverside, Raymond Aguirre experienced first hand how community leaders can make a difference in a child’s life. Now Aguirre is paying it forward as the Bryant Park and Arlanza Community Center supervisor and is doing the same for the next […]

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Teran’s motto was “Go Hard or Go Home” and rigorous training methods set the new standard for the Riverside fire department.

‘T-Rex’ remains in Riverside Fire Department memory

Nov. 13, 2014 Joshua Wilson | Staff Writer What was supposed to be a normal day for the Riverside Fire Department became a day that changed the organization forever on Nov. 5, 2005. That day, the Riverside Fire Department received one of its most crushing blows as they lost a dear brother. Fire Engine 3 […]

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The remastered ‘Halo’ games arrive

RAFAEL RIOS | ASST. A&E EDITOR Nov. 13, 2014 Traveling through space, fighting hordes of “Covenant” alien enemies, and saving all of humanity has never looked so sleek as these new revamped versions of one of the most iconic first person shooter game franchise ever created. Developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft Studios the “Halo” […]

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Beach-punk girls of Bleached make waves

How Los Angeles D.I.Y. style has progressed since early ’00s David Roman | Staff Writer Nov. 13, 2014 With dreamy melodic tunes as attention grabbing as the lead singer’s pink hair, local Los Angeles indie upstarts Bleached have been making waves with their summer vintage sound that makes anyone wanna breakout in the Watusi. “It’s Friday […]

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