Break out your dancing shoes, because The Debonaires are at it again with their 3rd full-length album, set to debut on June 3. The Debonaires are a traditional ska band from the Riverside area that have been around since 1995. During the Debs’ decade of existence, they have developed a soulful sound that grooves to the infectious beat of ska, yet still includes various influences such as jazz, funk and soul.
The RCC men’s and women’s tennis teams are reaching the end of their season. This doesn’t mean that they are slowing down, though. The two teams will end the season with a couple of very important tournaments. Both teams competed in the Orange Empire Conference Tournament April 10-16.
After months of practice and events, it all comes down to a few final events. Each event, week after week, and each performance will determine whether each member of the Riverside Community College track team will go on to the next meet or not. All the hard work and time spent practicing will be reflected in these last few performances.
Looking to improve upon their 2-8 record, the road to recovery for the Tigers began with Santa Ana College on April 4. Riverside Community College conquered the Dons 2-1 in a defensive battle. Both teams earned the same number of hits in the same number of at bats and each left five or more runners on base.
The Tiger’s defense relies heavily on two rookie pitchers: Tommy Hanson and David Quinowski. Hanson is the starting pitcher for Riverside Community College and Quinowski is the back up pitcher. These two lead the team in strike outs, which helps the defense keep the score down.
The Riverside Community College art gallery is hosting a field trip that takes you from the heights of heaven through the depths of hell. In fact, you’ll likely end up in both places at once. The tour guide is Moira Hahn, and she is providing transport through the artwork featured in her “Heaven and Hell” series being displayed in RCC’s art gallery.