Pretty in pink. No, not the ’80s movie with teen actress Molly Ringwald, but the areas in the college campus map illustrated in pink.
Day: April 27, 2016
After a four-year hiatus, “March Field Airfest: Thunder Over The Empire” has returned to the March Air Reserve Base from April 16 to April 17 to bring citizens of the Inland Empire together for a weekend of aviation, aircraft performances and displays all for free.
You would think a nation referred to as a melting pot of cultures would produce movies that reflect its diversity, yet Hollywood continues to prove otherwise.
In a continuation of the never ending “who’s more progressive” race, both California and New York became the first states within the United States to approve a raise in their minimum wages to $15, with California setting the goal by 2021.
The Riverside City College men’s and women’s swim teams set several school and conference records at the Orange Empire Conference championship tournament at Fullerton College on April 23.
With a newly refurbished lobby, an extraordinary concession counter consisting of various amenities and fully functional bar, the Galaxy Mission Grove Luxury+ Theatres located in Riverside has once again risen above your average movie standards.
Riverside City College students are lashing out!
Brotherhood, baseball and beer— and women, don’t forget the women.
Music-goers flocked to Indio, Calif. over the weekend of April 15 to attend the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
by Treva Flores “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” oversteps boundaries in season two which premiered April 16. Season one started off with the freedom of the “Indiana mole women” who had been kept underground for 15 years of their life by a lunatic pastor who told them the world had ended. After a ridiculous start to a ridiculous