This year has been a long and bumpy road full of explosions, zombies and high scores, and long after we’re gone, only the best video games of the year will remain to be played.
Month: December 2008
When the Mission Inn goes Christmas, it is a clear indication that the holidays are here. On Nov. 28, the 16th annual Festival of Lights kicked off with its traditional lighting ceremony.
If you thought walking, talking pickles, punk rock, vegans, communists, coffee and feminists had nothing in common, you’re wrong. All of these things and more can be found in the wonderful world of ridiculousness that is “Nothing Nice to Say.”
In an age where many people prefer to communicate electronically, it is refreshing to see a place that still embraces human interaction: the farmers market. There is no substitution to be had for the warm smiles and friendly conversation found only in our communities.
While driving around Riverside, it is hard to miss the huge oranges on display in front of local business and homes. Many visitors and residents of Riverside are asking “what are they for?”
Relief was on the faces of over 500 families as they accepted a packaged Thanksgiving dinner donated through the annual Giving Back event within the Riverside community. This is the fifth year Giving Back has occurred, and it took place on Nov. 15 at Bobby Bonds Park at the Cesar Chavez Community Center.
Charlie Weis’ future not so unsure After Notre Dame lost to USC 38-3 it seems all the commentators can talk about is the future of Notre Dame football head coach Charlie Weis. The loss to USC left the Fighting Irish at 6-6 for the season and marked a second mediocre season for Weis, who is in his fourth year.
The United Way of the Inland Empire is a non-profit organization that has taken sentiments of giving-back to heart. The group has coordinated its efforts with other local charitable organizations in order to engage a caring community in response to the needs of the population.
Just when we there’s a glimmer of hope on the horizon for the millions of Americans without health insurance, the results of the most recent survey by the Physicians’ Foundation casts a cloud over the issue.
Details are released about RCC’s presidential candiates.