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Fashion Instinct: What to Wear to Graduation

Just when you thought the day would never get here, the time has finally come. No more seeing your friends from semester-based schools posting graduation pictures all over Facebook and Instagram, leaving you bitter...

Chuck Inglish barely misses the mark on “Convertibles”

Hip-hop is far from dead. But if you prefer underground music because mainstream artists are tainting the genre, you may have heard of Chuck Inglish. His newly released album, “Convertibles,” distinguishes the rapper from...

Away from the Sprawl: Hidden Meanings Good for the Soul

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons As a holiday, Halloween is unique. Though the way it is celebrated often evokes parties, candies, costumes and fun, Halloween’s dark origins are centered on scaring off demons –– the dark...

Riverside opens doors in series of tours through historic downtown landmarks

On Thursday, May 11, Riverside opened its doors to historical buildings and sites through part of an exposition to the unique landmarks scattered in its downtown area. The city of Riverside presented its rich...

Riot Games’ attention to balance and optimization proves that the ‘Valorant’ beta is heading...

Courtesy of Riot Games Beginning April 7, a handful of lucky people who connected their Twitch account to their Riot Games account were able to obtain a key...

Katy Perry “Prism” Review

California girl Katy Perry’s fourth studio album, “Prism,” is full of hit songs which reflect her bubbly and eccentric personality. Although several of her lyrics are basic and simplistic, Perry’s messages are full of...

“The Great Gatsby” Review

If there's one thing Baz Luhrmann does well, it's theatrics. From 1996's “Romeo + Juliet” to 2001's “Moulin Rouge!” Luhrmann has an obvious knack for weaving soap opera atmosphere into his works. He's a...

“Cherry Bomb” a not-so-sweet creation

Tyler the Creator, devilish mastermind behind the Odd Future label, is back with his fourth studio album, “Cherry Bomb”: a gnashing, at times jazzy revolt against fame, with an in-your-face feel that departs from...

California’s best kept secret: the Inland Empire arts scene

The legitimacy of the Inland Empire music and arts scene has always been a hot topic of debate between folks from Los Angeles and people from the Inland Empire (IE). This subject gained even...

Fashion Instinct: Fashion Etiquette – Holiday Parties

Holiday parties overtaking your winter calendar? Don’t sweat it. Here are some tips on how to both appropriately and fashionably dress for differently holiday occasions. Ugly Sweater Party The best, most memorable Christmas parties are the...