The full-length debut from the New Jersey quintet, Hidden In Plain View, brings its listeners a pleasant surprise. Hidden In Plain View’s album, “Life In Dreaming” (Drive-Thru), shows how fast the band has matured since its self-titled EP. “Life In Dreaming” moves the band to a more melodic direction, giving it a more lasting affect on its album.
The half-hour television comedy format (or “sitcom”) is almost dead; in fact, it is on life support. Last year alone, TV audiences lost its good “Friends;” “Frasier” left the building; and the women of “Sex and the City” strolled off into the sunset. And in just a matter of months, viewers will be left unloved as “Everybody Loves Raymond” signs off from the air.
If nothing else, seeing The Rock play a gay bodyguard is more than enough to get people interested in seeing this movie. “Be Cool” is the latest installment in the saga of Chili Palmer, played by John Travolta. The one time gangster turned movie producer has become jaded by the industry and seeks to make a name for himself in the music business.
One of the top shows in reality television is back with yet another season. The ratings went through the roof as America tuned in to watch the first episode of America’s Next Top Model which has become the new must see soap opera. 35 aspiring models compete for a modeling contract with Ford Models Management and the opportunity to be the next Cover Girl spokes model.
Viewpoints, Riverside Community College’s student newspaper, has been selected as one of the best newspapers in the nation. The Associated Collegiate Press made the announcement Nov. 7 when it released the results of its national Pacemaker Award competition.
Music, laughter, students and sunshine filled the A.G. Paul Quadrangle March 15-17. It was once again time for Riverside Community College’s spring club rush week. Antonio Olivo, the former winner of the Most Outstanding Witness award, which he received from the Law Society spoke passionately about his club.
The revolution won’t be televised. Or at least this revolution is obscured from the eyes of the public. Hip-hop has always been rebellious, revealing the grim reality of oppressed Americans. It has shown the exact opposite of the American dream, the American nightmare.
The Riverside Community College track team is doing great this season and it can be seen in the results. Both the men and women are performing well . Women have been setting school records. Both men and women are in the Top 10 in conference performance under different events.
Halfway through its season, the women’s tennis team is off to a good start. With an overall record of 7-2, the team is confident as it heads into the final stretch of conference play. “We’re doing well with only two losses,” said coach Nikki Bonzoumet.
$10! For what? Many students at Riverside Community College have probably had this reaction to the $10 health services fee added on to their tuition fees. It is for many things concerning the common health needs of students while we’re living and going to school.