Posted: April 8, 2015 | By Josiah Patterson Riverside Municipal Airport hosted its 23rd Annual Riverside Airshow on March 28. At this event, which has long been a Riverside tradition, thousands were amused with spectacular performances by pilots, including: Spencer Suderman, Chuck Coleman, Jon Melby, Frank Donnelly and John Collver. “I have thousands of pictures
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Posted: Feb. 17, 2015 | Written by Luis Solis The sound of Taiko drums echoing through the streets, the smell of mouth-watering foreign food wafting through the air and the festive colorful decorations attracted people’s attention to the streets of Downtown Riverside on Jan. 31. The Asian Pacific Cultural Association hosted the Lunar Festival for
Check out coverage of the SCFA Title Game between the Riverside City College Tigers and the Mt. San Antonio Mounties on Nov. 29.
The Festival of Light event brings a little of the Winter Wonderland experience to the Inland Empire every year over a five weeks span, from Nov. 28, 2014 through Jan. 6, 2015, at the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa.
Josa Lamont | Features Editor Sept. 18 2014 Michael Simmons is feeling cautiously optimistic in the aftermath of a Riverside Community College District data incident in May. After pursuing every expert recommended action, the head of the risk management department feels confident they’ve taken every precaution to keep students safe. An immediate remediation process began
Luis Solis | Staff Writer May 1, 2014 Recently, there has been an infestation of annoying pests around the Riverside City College campus asking people to take a minute of their time to sign their petitions. At first, the petitioners were not that much of a bother, but eventually they ended up all over the
LUIS SOLIS | PHOTO EDITOR Downtown Riverside was transform into a cultural experience known as the Asian Lunar New Year Festival on Jan. 25. The Lunar New Year is based on the Lunisolar Chinese calendar in many Asian cultures dates are indicated by both the moon phase and the time of the solar year. It begins on
Valerie Osier | Staff Editor It’s no secret, college students need money. Books, tuition and living expenses tend to create holes in their pockets. That’s one of the reasons the College Council of Riverside held its third annual “Amazing College Race”, where teams competed to win scholarship money on Feb. 9. Based on the
Luis Solis | Staff Writer Obesity should not be consider a disability. Saying that obesity is a handicap is like saying alcoholism is a disease, or the belief that people are born gay. The general public makes excuses in order to make themselves feel better. Webster’s dictionary describes disabled as a disadvantage for a given individual, resulting from an impairment or disability that limits or prevents
Luis Solis | asst. photo editor The Doctor has been running all of his 12 lives through time and space for 900 years. He fought for peace in a universe full of war and on Nov. 23 he would have faced the choices he has made in the name of “The Doctor” in the 50th anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor.”