Category: Riverside City College

Chiodos looks to reconnect with fanbase

By: Alyssa Aldrete / Arts & Entertainment editor It’s about two hours until the first act of the night at SOMA is called to begin their set, and a fairly exhausted Craig Owens is lounging in the back of a tour bus, enjoying the last few moments he has before he joins his band Chiodos

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The ‘Journey’ continues for the legendary band

Edith Noriega | Staff Writer May 29, 2014 The most popular American rock band of all time was first formed in the San Francisco Bay area in 1973 and they instantly grew to fame. Columbia Records signed the five at the time that included: vocalist Steve Perry, guitarist Neal Schon, keyboardist Jonathan Cain, bassist Ross Valory,

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Surviving Coachella: a broke student’s guide

David Roman Advertising manager May 9, 2014 Extreme weather, harsh living conditions and impossibly skimpy clothes; The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is the Mecca college students around California absolutely have to make a pilgrimage to. However the problem that most college students run into, I know I sure did, is a strong and

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Comics, movies and TV oh my!

Luis Solis / Photo Editor may 1, 2014 In recent years, being a geek or a nerd has become the hot new trend increasing the amount of people attending conventions. WonderCon Anaheim returned for another year during the weekend of April 18-20 to the Anaheim Convention Center full of comic books, cosplayers (costume play), famous

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Of Mice & Men bring unfamiliar sound

ALYSSA ALDRETE | A&E EDITOR In the last six years that post-hardcore vocalist Austin Carlile has been around, the man has definitely made a name for himself – or rather, a sound. A sound so distinct that even he may not be able to measure up to it anymore. Carlile, now in his fifth year

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Interview with Mickey Church of the White Arrows

David Roman | Asst. Inscape Editor Originally printed in Viewpoints April 11th Fresh off a cross country tour with fellow So-Cal band The Neighbourhood, Mickey Church of the White Arrows takes the time out to chat with me about the band’s debut album, their present projects including the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and

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