From Oct. 24- Oct. 28, two bus stops serving routes 1, 13 and 15 at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Terracina Drive are expected close temporarily as crews perform upgrades, according to the Riverside Transit website.
Month: October 2016
The cowboys of the midwest are set to ride again in the Rockstar Games trailer for the latest installment of the Red Dead Redemption series.
The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team fell short of a victory after losing 3-0 against Saddleback College Gauchos on Oct. 14.
The Riverside City College women’s water polo dominated 13-4 against American River College Beavers and 18-5 against Long Beach City College Vikings, respectfully at the Riverside mini-tournament Oct. 14.
Campus Views is an open forum for Riverside City College students to voice their own opinions, views and ideas.
The Oct. 20 issue campus question was: How do you feel about Donald Trump’s treatment of women?
No, this isn’t Paris Fashion Week. This is the Fashion District Downtown Riverside Fall fashion show — where breast cancer awareness took center stage.
So much to try, so little time! The food truck frenzy visited downtown Riverside this past week showcasing some of the best in creative cuisine.
Riverside residents flocked downtown as the Riverside Municipal Auditorium hosted HOT 103.9’s Food Truck Festival on Sept. 30th.
The presidential debates are a joke.
Candidates glaze over policy details, meanwhile most voters are poorly informed when they go to the polls.
Corruption has long plagued law enforcement, and thanks to the “blue wall of silence,” outcry against misconduct from officers who abide by the oath they swore to uphold has been virtually nonexistent.
The battle of wills continues for Native Americans and their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was approved by the federal government to begin construction in July.