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Sunset Rollercoaster on Sunset Boulevard: pioneering the surf slack rock movement...

On Monday, Oct. 28th, the Roxy Theatre on Sunset Boulevard hosted some of indie, surf and bedroom pop rock’s finest lads: Los Retros and...

“Ghosteen”: Nick Cave’s impassioned album explores his journey to find peace

It is not with great difficulty to surmise that Nick Cave’s latest album “Ghosteen” may be the most emotionally demanding album I have yet...

KUCR presents: FM Nights

On Saturday, Oct.19,  FM Nights will return to Back to the Grind Coffeehouse in downtown Riverside. FM Nights is a concert series hosted by...

Get ready to snap your fingers at another Addams Family masterpiece....

Remaking movies and shows that are considered to be classics can go one of two ways. It either becomes an instant hit all over...

“El Camino” brings a meaningful end to a fan favorite character

“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” premiered on Netflix at midnight on Friday, Oct. 11. The movie installment of the long-running crime show was...

50 years later, Monty Python continues to entertain fans new and...

On Oct. 5, the famous British comedy troupe Monty Python celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first airing of their groundbreaking sketch comedy show,...

Unholy, ugly and unbearable: With cheap jump scares and bad cgi...

One of the most inconsistent yet interesting modern movie franchises has to be that of James Wan’s “The Conjuring,” and its respective sequel and...

“The Incredibles 2” offers fans a reason to forgive Brad Bird...

It’s been nearly 14 years since the release of “The Incredibles,” and other than the occasional outcry for a sequel, or the equally sporadic...

Kanye West offers a compelling, emotional and surprisingly human experience with...

After an over two year hiatus, with the exception of a few inconsequential features and some production work on the side, Kanye West has...

Avocado Toast

The dope idea for this recipe for students by students was first inspired by my Student Life coworker Jessenia Sanchez. I was volunteering for...