With all the different Mother’s Days set around the world, it sometimes feels like the whole first two weeks of May should just be devoted to singing the praises of our mothers.
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Democratic National Committee marks Clinton for the win, Sanders supporters outraged Written by David Roman It’s strange to think that a committee named for the Democratic processes that entitles every citizen to have a vote, a voice for how things are decided is so keen on doing the exact opposite to its members. But that’s
Economic development in the Inland Empire has been a hot button issue lately with a renewed influx of people into the area and housing prices in the metropolitan areas steadily rising.
The Riverside Community College District failed to inform students of an incident, which was initially reported by some to be an active shooter situation, that occurred next to the district’s new plaza.
The final day for all University of California transfer applicants to update their fall grades from last semester is Feb. 15.
Recently Facebook has been been set ablaze by a letter from a firefighter. In the letter the firefighter discusses the disrespect he would feel if, as some want, a $15 minimum wage were to pass and how if he could make $15 an hour flipping burgers why would he want put his life on the line fighting fires.
With the recent WikiLeaks drop of President Obama’s trans-Pacific Trade agreement coinciding with the signing of the agreement itself, a question is posed of how far our country will go operating in shadow from its citizens for the sake of security.
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.
How Los Angeles D.I.Y. style has progressed since early ’00s David Roman | Staff Writer Nov. 13, 2014 With dreamy melodic tunes as attention grabbing as the lead singer’s pink hair, local Los Angeles indie upstarts Bleached have been making waves with their summer vintage sound that makes anyone wanna breakout in the Watusi. “It’s Friday
DAVID ROMAN | AD. MANAGER While most college bands take a break between semesters, Riverside City College’s own Marching Tigers took a trip overseas. The 10-day trip paid for by the students themselves took the 123-performer band to England and Spain to perform at various parades and shows. With students having to individually shell out $4,000 for the trip, around half the Marching Tigers had difficulties