by Benjamin De Leon The program handed to you as you walk in the auditorium encompasses the deception and hysteria that are prominent throughout the production. The Crucible ran from […]
By Imari Rede Representation is important. It makes people feel welcomed and secure in their own identities. Food is a big part of representation, especially for people who find themselves […]
By Seth Barlow From Nippon Ichi Software Japan and NIS Software America comes a new action adventure role-playing game, “Disgaea 1 Complete.” “Disgaea 1 Complete” tells the twisted story of […]
By Patrick Tindell Lake Alice Trading Company, a staple in downtown Riverside’s, is one of the oldest breweries in town and celebrated 30 years in business this Labor Day weekend. […]
By Jordan Murillo Performing artist and producer Mac Miller was found dead in his Studio City home from an apparent overdose Sept. 7. He was 26 years old. Students at […]
By Imari Rede The life of an artist today is often based on their social media and other networking abilities which is separate from their actual creative work. Sophie Violette […]
By Paul Villalobos If you have never been to Afters Ice Cream, you are sorely missing out. Their ice cream is to die for. Thankfully one of their shops is […]
The performance was organized in two parts divided by an intermission. The first half consisted of various pieces from J.S. Bach, Seymour Bernstein and Ingram Marshall.
By Heidi Dye “Stranger Things,” a series that combines the ‘80s nostalgia, Dungeons and Dragons and just enough science-fiction undertones to please the nerd in all of us. Honestly what […]
Growing up on classic Disney fairytales leaves us all thinking, “I want that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’” which leads us to look for our own version of a love story.