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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Year-in-Review Radar!

This year over at RADAR we wanted to shift the focus of the section, and take it into a stronger creative direction — instead of focusing on recaps and reviews, we hoped to make...

A guide to staying entertained in the sweltering heat

“Suicide Squad”: Lest you have been living under a rock, I highly doubt you have not already heard some of the buzz behind this film. Based off the highly acclaimed comic, “Suicide Squad” features a...

Summer Music Festival Guide

If the overwhelming hype behind Spring Splash is any indication, it's no secret that college students absolutely love music festivals. In fact, the previous few years have seen rapid growth of attendance at music...

Saturation Fest: A weekend saturated with local art

    Last weekend, the heart of downtown Riverside was pulsating with the excitement of the 16th annual Saturation Fest, which celebrated the burgeoning music and art scenes of the Inland Empire and greater Los Angeles...

“Wilderness of Mirrors” is a riveting production

The UCR Department of Theater, Film and Digital Production continued their season this past weekend with the cloak-and-dagger thriller “Wilderness of Mirrors.” The play was a two-hour event in which a young journalist named...

Spring Splash Preview

Trey Songz- Spring Splash’s much-anticipated 2016 headliner is none other than Trey Songz. Born Tremaine Neverson, the R-and-B singer caused quite the frenzy when he emerged on the music scene. Hit songs such as...

Fuse DJ competition was lit

  I had never judged a music contest before attending the FUSE DJ Competition. In fact, prior to the event, I had no knowledge of the nuances of DJing. Nevertheless I was thrust into the...

RADAR Sessions: Gypsies & Judges

The restaurant, lit by a smattering of candles and sconces lining the walls, was abuzz. People chattered at their tables, loud revelers ordered drinks along the bar and the clanking of dishes and indistinct...

Under The Radar: Issue 25

At the Highlander, we consistently review and analyze music by more famous artists. However, there are many musicians who receive less attention so here is the first of our series on artists that are...

Flame kept a Bern’in, all night long

On the top floor of Back to the Grind, where the indignant, electric-voiced Jaykob Mare was setting up his guitar and the sound system, a sign hung next to the giant bookcase encapsulated the...