By Liv Pearson An opportunity to star in Riverside City College Theatre’s “Shrek the Musical” brought one of the first occasions of traffic to the campus in almost one year. Students and non-students made their way to Landis Auditorium on March 1 to showcase their talents by singing bars from the musical, hoping to land
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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.
“The Jungle Book” takes the bare necessities and revamps the entire jungle, creating an exciting piece of film that could pass for visual art.
Prince, the singer/songwriter behind the iconic hits “Purple Rain,” and “When Doves Cry” has died. He was 57-years old.
Written by Dominique Redfearn | Published Oct. 22, 2015 Pop artist Marina and the Diamonds performed to a sold-out crowd at the Fox Theater in Pomona Oct. 17. Although she performs with a band, Marina and the Diamonds is not an ensemble but a lone Welsh vocalist named Marina Diamandis. “The Diamonds” in her stage
Sleek waxed bodies that lay low to the ground spread out along Fairfax Avenue for anyone’s enjoyment whom may be around.
FIDLAR, the angsty beach-punk band out of Orange County full of attitude have returned with a sophomore follow up to its self-titled debut that’s still as full of debaucherous kick-ass energy as ever.
The Summer Twins are a blossoming band which licks the ears of listeners with its dreamy tongue of sounds that balance between a soft and loud rhythm inspired by those of the 50’s and 60’s.
Published: May 28,2015 | Posted: June 3, 2015 | Written by: Leslie Espinoza Theater Director Jodi Julian’s advanced musical theater class held a free play at the RCC campus. The play showcased a collection of self-written student cabarets titled, “Letters to My Five-Year-Old Self.” This was the first year that Julian believed the students in