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Terror continues with ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’

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 2” to an eager audience, conveniently on the most unlucky day of the year. Despite the looming curse, the film debuted at the number one spot during its opening

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Netflix and Kohan team up for massive success

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 and complete system reboots of everyday lives. Netflix launched its latest original series “Orange is the New Black” July 11 during the peak of summer

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Prohibition

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 March 15, ProAbitions opened as the latest hot spot in downtown Riverside. The classic 1920s building is industrial yet modern with its brick walls and

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Theatre department prepares for fall productions

by David Roman | Interim Asst. Inscape Editor With the new semester come new prospects for Riverside City College students who want to get involved around the campus. Perhaps one of the most popular departments on campus is the theatre department, known for putting on multiple productions throughout the semester. With past productions including “The

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Jazz brings young musicians together

By David Roman | Staff Writer In the midst of summer music festivals like Coachella, Stagecoach, Bonnaroo and many others, there is one that no RCC student should miss. The annual RCC Jazz Festival came to Riverside again on May 11. Combining big band and small group jazz performances, the festival hosted jazz bands and

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Nine seasons come to an end

By Destiny Rivera | Editor-in-Chief Eight years ago, NBC viewers were introduced to the beloved employees of Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. Through nine seasons filled with laughter and tears, fans have grown with the many characters of The Office. Between heartfelt love stories and hilarious jokes, the show quickly became a classic sitcom on NBC.

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Follow the green

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 worship the original prose. Granted, this behavior usually comes from Twilight and Harry Potter fanatics obsessing over every minor detail from the page to the

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Music is the summer season

By David Roman | Staff Writer With the summer time approaching fast we know all the loyal Inscape readers will want to know what to hit up while school’s out. So we decided to compile a rundown of all the must see shows including the ones that won’t break your bank account and the ones

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