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L.A. championship wins mean more to fans this time around

By Lesly Gonzalez Although the year has been ripe with gloom, Southern California received some sunshine with the Dodgers and Lakers both winning a championship this fall.  But COVID-19 and the regulations the pandemic requires as cases rise and fall have cast doubt on the possibility of the traditional celebratory parades seen when Los Angeles

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Episode Description: Viewpoints news reporter Jonathan Ramirez reports on the Mount Rubidoux fireworks show, the reopening of local Riverside spots, President Trump’s executive order against Twitter, the nationwide George Floyd protests and the retirement of Journalism Instructor Allan Lovelace. Tune in every Thursday at 6 pm for new episodes.

Chrissy Teigen resurfaces banana nut bread recipe

By Silda Martinez You know what bananas are good for? Banana nut bread! It’s superior to all bread loafs and it might even just be easiest to bake.  I’ve experimented with plenty of banana nut bread recipes, but one that took the trophy was Chrissy Teigen’s and uncle Mike’s famous banana bread recipe. My family

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Superficial questions are out

    ‘What are you wearing?’ makes its final appearance on the Academy Awards’ red carpet. Published: March 12, 2015 | Posted: March 16, 2015 | Written by Leslie Espinoza Every time an actress walks down the red carpet the most common question asked is, “Who are you wearing?” Many of the questions asked are often

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RCC offers Journalism 2

The journalism program at RCC will be offering a special class that does not come around too often. Journalism 2 will be taught by Mr. Jim Burns who has extensive experience in journalism. Below is some information about the class and what will be taught. Riverside City College plans to offer Journalism 2 – Intermediate

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Home of the Free

Mark Anthony Howard | Opinions Editor In the last decade Honduras has quietly become the most violent country in the world. The nation has one of the highest homicide rates in the hemisphere and has emerged as the principal transshipment point in the region for cocaine to the U.S. Its corrupt political system has set the tone for a feudal residence fueled by gangs and

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Women’s Basketball

James Williams | Sports Editor Ryan Robinson lead RCC to victory with a win over Mira Costa, 65-50, on Nov. 13. Robinson scored 14 points with three assists, three rebounds, and three steals. Mikayla Stitt contributed to the win with 12 points and five rebound in 11 minutes of play. The Tigers are currently 3-2 on the season and will compete

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Not so Incognito

Travis West | Managing Editor In sports, a locker room is a place of bonding. A brotherhood is built through blood, sweat and tears that come from enduring hours of grueling conditioning on the field. The Miami Dolphin’s locker room lost something on Oct. 28 when offensive lineman Jonathan Martin left the organization after an

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