‘Four’ game not so fantasic

Trying to capitalize on the popularity of comic books and comic book films Activision brings us the “Fantastic Four” video game for the PS2. Although the end product is more nap time than clobberin’ time. This game tries to hard to accomplish what X-men Legends did, bring the comics to life.

Benefits for armed services veterans available

Since World War II, veterans have received benefits for their active duty. These benefits included health care at a Veterans hospital and job training. Veterans also received free education assistance, if they had an honorable discharge.

Wisest men still reish ‘Wonka’

“Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” may have melted in the hands of the box office and the script may of been hated by Roald Dahl, who wrote the book the movie was based on, but somehow the film is now viewed as a scrumdidilyumptious classic. Why this movie, which was released in 1971, still delights audiences of all ages is a riddle that even Oompa Loompas would be hard pressed to sing a merry tune of the answer to.

Priorities out of whack

Breaking news; Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes were kissing at a movie premiere! Unless you live under a rock, you have seen this story capture all of the attention in the news, “entertainment” shows, radio and magazines. Thankfully “War of the Worlds” and “Batman Begins” are based on content everyone knows about, otherwise Cruise and Holmes’ personal shenanigans would have left people wondering “what’s this movie about?”

Because I care

Thankfully the internet and technology has made one headache that all Riverside Community College students have to endure, buying books from the campus bookstore, lessen a bit. No, the internet and this technology won’t buy the books for you… maybe in a few more years if we’re lucky.

The television season comes to a close

The 2004-2005 primetime television season introduced a group of stranded plane crash survivors and a few desperate women to couch potatoes everywhere. Two of the biggest hits of the year were newcomers “Lost” and “Desperate Housewives” on the ABC network.

The future of today’s gaming: E3 Los Angeles

Once a year videogame companies, publishers and developers gather for an event to show the future of a $1 billion industry. The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 was once again held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from May 18-20. In the events 10th year, the main attractions that drew crowds were Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s Playstation 3 and new games from every large publisher in every type of game genere, from role-playing games to military and first person shooters.

Hot summer concert music live

The hot sun and live music just seem to make the summer much better. Summer concerts and tours are on the way and will bring the biggest and hottest acts in music together. Arenas are replaced with outdoor venues like stadiums and amphitheaters. New material is released and the artists are out to promote.

Get ‘Mezmerize’d by the System

For all of the “drearies” and “normals,” System of a Down may be too much to handle, but for die-hard fans its music is euphony. The Los Angeles based Armenian American metal band made its debut in 1998 with its self-titled album System of a Down. Rock fans were introduced to a sound that was raw and innovative.

New club started on campus

RCC student Gessinia Amcot wants to change the world. That’s right, but first she wants go to medical school. Amcot saw that Riverside Community College has been lacking a pre-med club and like any ambitious college student, she took it upon herself to start one.

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