David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor When someone first hears the description of a female rock’n’roll power duo they jump to one of two extremes, either they think of middle […]
David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor As technology continues to make leaps in the capabilities of handheld smartphones, the latest announcement of the newest additions to the Apple family has […]
Alyssa Aldrete | Inscape Editor It turns out, James Wan is not finished scaring us just yet. Following the success of his previous release, “The Conjuring,” the Australian director presented “Insidious: Chapter […]
Posted: 8/31/2013 | Written by Dominique Smith Prison dramas often have a tendency to paint a gritty, ugly portrait of what it is like to have freedoms surrendered, necessities vanquished […]
Nishe Butler | Managing Editor Imagine the year 1926, you are in a cotton field on a hot summer day enjoying a laugh with your mom and dad and all […]
Nishe Butler | Managing Editor Downtown Riverside is taking us back in time as a new restaurant/whiskey lounge opens, bringing back to life the classic era of the 1920s. On […]
By Alyssa Aldrete | Asst. Inscape Editor When the big-screen version of a published novel makes its debut, it is almost automatically subject to the scrutiny of literary snobs that […]
By Destiny Rivera | Editor-in-Chief Teenagers limped out of the theater dressed in tattered clothing and face paint in promotion of the new movie, “Warm Bodies.” While I stood in […]
Conor Oberst is back and he’s a lot happier than usual.
The introspective angst quality of Bright Eyes has been stripped away as Oberst’s second self-titled album emerges with blissful odes and acoustic lullabies.