By William L.G. Stephens “Dune” Release: Oct. 22 It has been 36 years since David Lynch’s film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel “Dune” was released. Although Lynch’s adaptation has gained a cult following, fans of the novel have only wondered what could have been. “Dune” 2021 covers the first half of Herbert’s novel
The Oct. 7 Viewpoints issue includes stories about how the latest drought is affecting local farmworkers, the History of Viewpoints’ third column, 2021’s most anticipated movies to come and more. Click here to read on ISSUU.
Our first fully-staffed issue is out! Our second issue this term includes vaccination deadline updates for Riverside Community College District, tips on how to succeed in your classes, memorials for both 9/11 and a local soldier who lost his life in Kabul, managing editor Daniel Hernandez’s second History of Viewpoints column and the revival of
Performance Riverside has started showcasing a production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in the Riverside City College Landis Performing Arts Center.
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.
This fall theatergoers will face a plethora of what looks as though it promises to consist of the good, the bad and the painful to suffer through.
Twin Peaks! Not the show, or the town but the band. They released their third album “Down in Heaven” May 13.
A sold-out crowd filled the Santa Ana Observatory on May 17 awaiting the chance to be the first to hear new music from rock band Haim.
Riverside City College student Lorenzo Vasquez started his routine by tossing a pole with two giant flames on each side in the air with assurance that he was going to catch the hazardous instrument.
As you walk into the Student Honors Art Exhibit at Riverside City College, captivating, yet nonsensical pieces of art plaster the pearly, white walls making for a gratifying sight.