The greatest movie announcement since “Star Wars Episode VII” was made March 15 by Disney to bring back the adventurous “Indiana Jones.”
Imagine if going back in time was as easy as walking through your closet door.
Being afraid of what is on the outside of the doomsday cellar should be the least of your worries.
Cheesy graphics, a futuristic environment, another new villain and yet another cliffhanger-ending is what to expect when seeing “The Divergent Series: Allegiant.”
Fans dressed head to toe in black clothing, leopard print coats, and dark makeup filled the Dolby Theater March 20 for the closing night of Paleyfest to honor “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
Wizards and witches of all ages can now come together to experience the realistic, jaw dropping Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Chief analyst for Economics and Politics, Inc. John Husing, spoke at Riverside Community College on March 8 at 12:50 p.m. about the economic realities of the Inland Empire.
Smoking in California isn’t seen as a huge problem, in fact, except for Utah the state has one of the lowest smoking rates in the country. However, best just isn’t good enough for the Golden State
Economic development in the Inland Empire has been a hot button issue lately with a renewed influx of people into the area and housing prices in the metropolitan areas steadily rising.
The Riverside City College baseball team ran away with a 5-3 win, against Santa Barbara City College on March 23, despite a scoreless four innings.