Walking along Main Street one sunny afternoon I was hypnotized by fresh floral fragrances, spicy cinnamon scents and pungent peppermint perfumes.
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by Treva Flores “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” oversteps boundaries in season two which premiered April 16. Season one started off with the freedom of the “Indiana mole women” who had been kept underground for 15 years of their life by a lunatic pastor who told them the world had ended. After a ridiculous start to a ridiculous
Traveling back in time to over 30 years before my birth, when rock stars had long curly hair, flower print jackets and flared pants defining their image, this night was a bit of a culture shock.
Imagine if going back in time was as easy as walking through your closet door.
Three books, four movies and seven years later, the girl who took the world by storm has finally gotten her happily ever after.
“Young Frankenstein” resurrected from the stage at the Landis Performing Arts Center on Nov. 7.
More laughs than screams filled the Riverside City College community garden during the viewing of Stephen King’s “Children of the Corn” (1984.)
Childhood star Josh Peck took pictures with fans and premiered his new T.V. show “Grandfathered” for free at Fox Riverside Performing Arts Center on Sept. 12.
MOVIE REVIEW: Stoner spy flick leaves viewers disappointed with lackluster plot devices Posted: August 26, 2015 | Written by: Treva Flores Blunts aren’t the only thing Jesse Eisenberg was hitting as he starred in “American Ultra.” The film was released in theaters Aug. 21 as an action movie with the most unlikely protagonists to lead
Saturation Fest ends at Back to the Grind, hosts local Southern California bands Published: May 28,2015 | Posted: June 3, 2015 | Written by: Treva Flores In a world of technology with easy access to famous musicians such as Ed Sheeran or Taylor Swift it can be pretty hard to become noticed. The Inland Empire