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 The fall video game season is ramping up and this is set to be a good one. With major releases across all platforms, here are Viewpoints’ top […]
By Anthony Torres “Avengers: Infinity War” will leave audiences devastated, with their mouths hanging wide open and their vision blurred from holding back their tears. Audience members will wonder if […]
Imagine having the choice of going to prison for a very long time for being devoted to your beliefs, or picking up a gun to kill.
In August of 2015 binge-watchers of the popular Netflix original crime drama, “Narcos,” were left wondering what was next in Agents Steve Murphy (Boyd Holbrook) and Javier Pena’s (Pedro Pascal) search for the elusive leader of the Medellin Drug cartel, Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura.)
Walking along Main Street one sunny afternoon I was hypnotized by fresh floral fragrances, spicy cinnamon scents and pungent peppermint perfumes.
Although the movie “Mother’s Day” is filled with a star-studded cast, the content of this romantic comedy is filled with cheesy and predictable scenarios.
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.