“Immortals,” directed by Tarsem Singh, was everything it was built up to be, visually stunning, bloody and gruesome, action-packed.
“J. Edgar” explores the public and private life of one of the most powerful, controversial and enigmatic figures of the twentieth century.
When a game as amazing as “Uncharted 2: Among Thieves” comes out, it is exceedingly difficult to make a sequel to rival it, let alone surpass it.
Infinity Ward returns with its first person shooter franchise “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” and it’s possibly the best in the series delivering one of the definitive first-person shooters of this generation.
In the spirit of “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” people have got to be getting sick of vampire movies by now. Audiences have been treated to one lame, poor adaptation of the classic horror concept after another.
The Day of the Dead is a day of remembrance for those who have passed on, but Downtown Riverside’s celebration of the event was anything but dead.
Rain or shine, homecoming came to Riverside City College on a cloudy, chilly afternoon during the last tailgate party prior to the Nov. 12 football game against Southwestern College.
College students socialize and get to know one another simply by going to class or by participating in clubs.
On Nov. 3 Riverside City College once again hosted a heated open discussion on religion on the front steps of the Martin Luther King Jr. High Tech Center.
At the beginning of every semester Riverside City College students are challenged with some type of registration loophole or maddening new policy change.