Tag: Halloween

Halloween survives COVID-19

By Neyra Rodriguez In previous years, people would party with their friends and family on Halloween night. Some people would stay home, with a bowl of popcorn and a bucket of candy, and enjoy a Halloween movie marathon. But most children preferred dressing up in their favorite costumes and going trick-or-treating. Unfortunately, many children will

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Three creepy albums for a homemade haunt

By Stephanie Arenas With Halloween just days away, one may feel discouraged to celebrate the holiday due to COVID-19.  However, you shouldn’t feel that way, as there are plenty of other ways to celebrate. Many may watch Halloween movies or perhaps even host a Zoom party with their friends. Personally, I can’t wait to get

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Spookify your to-do list by adding cool activities this month

By Kyiesha Chavez Halloween 2020 is special for three reasons: it falls on a Saturday, it will be a blue moon (second full moon of the month) and we move our clocks back for daylight saving time.  It would be a shame to miss out on such an amazingly spooky day. While trick-or-treating and costume

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Three family-friendly movies for the season

Sadly, things are not looking good for Halloween lovers this year. From the looks of it, the popular holiday may need to be canceled. However, that does not mean you cannot celebrate from the comfort of your own home alongside your family. With some popcorn, a nice pumpkin-scented candle and a cozy Halloween film, you

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Families relish in Riverside’s fall festival

By: Leana Padilla On Friday Oct. 25 Riverside City celebrated the fall festival at the Bobby Bonds Park. On display at the festival were various organizations that help support the city. One of the organizations was Farmworker Institute of Education & Leadership Development, founded by Cesar E. Chavez in 1978. They help the community by giving

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Drag show takes over Riverside City College cafeteria for Halloween bash

by Patrick Tindall Students at Riverside City College’s cafeteria were trick-or-treated to an impromptu post-Halloween drag show. Nov. 1 Student’s dining in the cafeteria were surprised when their lunches of chicken fingers, french fries and Top Ramen were interrupted by loud music and a gaggle of spooky performers organized by RCC’s own Gender and Sexuality

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Halloweentown fun returns to Riverside City College

By Benjamin De Leon The Associated Students of Riverside City College continued their tradition of Halloweentown, which took over the quad in Riverside City College on Oct. 26. Halloweentown caters to the youth of Riverside by having a safe, public event with fun activities that allows parents to have a good time with their families.

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Local community figures come together to bring a healthy and safe alternative to children

Nov. 13, 2014 Michael Isberto | Staff Writer As a child who grew up in Riverside, Raymond Aguirre experienced first hand how community leaders can make a difference in a child’s life. Now Aguirre is paying it forward as the Bryant Park and Arlanza Community Center supervisor and is doing the same for the next

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VIP Nightclub brings out the divas of the night

Deshaun Thomas | Staff Writer Oct 30, 2014 A special kind of wonderful fusion takes place on Halloween. The fusion of the “normal” and the not so “normal.” The minorities once regarded by some as peculiar get a chance to express themselves and be uninhibited in doing so. They are no longer bound by societal

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