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Green Day “¡Dos!” Review

So let me set something straight—I consider myself a pretty big Green Day fan. I’ve defended the band when people said they sucked, and I still think that their lyrical themes are far more...

Saul Williams at The Barn

On Nov. 7, the Barn played host to slam poet Saul Stacey Williams—an artist known for integrating substantial political and social messages within his pieces. The event dubbed “More Than Spoken Word” was sponsored...

Fashion Instinct: Trend Alert – Burgundy

Dare I say it? The weather is finally getting colder. It is the time of year to pull out those fall pieces that have been collecting dust over these long warm months. This fall...

“Skyfall” Review

“Skyfall, directed by Sam Mendes, is the latest addition to the James Bond franchise since it began 50 years ago with Sean Connery in “Dr. No” (1963). After earning critical acclaim for his performance...

“The Comedy” Review

If the sight of a herd of corpulent men grinding against each other’s pasty, Pabst-slathered bodies and prancing about in the nude to Donnie & Joe Emerson’s “Baby” is likely to inflict lasting trauma...

Aerosmith “Music from Another Dimension!” Review

A long 11 years passed since Aerosmith last released original music, 2001’s “Just Push Play.” After a near break-up of the Boston’s Bad Boys in 2009, the band reached its end of Sony/Columbia Records...

“The Metal Children” at UCR

“The Metal Children” by Adam Rapp is mildly autobiographical, darkly comical and borders on the surreal. Directed by Holly Derr, the play opened Nov. 8th to a sold-out show in UC Riverside’s Arts Studio...

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” At Performance Riverside

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” opened Nov. 9th at Performance Riverside to a surprisingly sparse audience. The 95 minute one act musical had everyone rolling as six kids, played by adults, competed...

“Assassin’s Creed 3” Video Game Review

While actually the fifth in the series, “Assassin’s Creed 3” puts an end to the tale of men running around historical settings in white bed sheets. In this final chapter of bed sheet men,...

“American Horror Story: Asylum” “Trick Or Treat” & “Nor’easter”

Compared to episode one’s frantic and fast-paced season opener, “Trick or Treat” and “Nor’easter” are both less chaotic and much more focused and intense. Any doubts regarding “Asylum” is assuaged as the suspense and...