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Radar Comic Recommendations

‘Batman: The Long Halloween’ By: Colin Carney, SSW For fans of the Dark Knight seeking an entry into his vast comic book history, look no further...

World Book Day: the beauty of literature

Courtesy of Pexels Books have always found a way to connect people. Though often portrayed as a lonely...

Book Nook: ‘Say Nothing’ provides a captivating account of decades of...

Since its release in early 2019, Patrick Radden Keefe’s book “Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder...

Radar Replay: Shaking up the formula: ‘Six of Crows’

“Six of Crows” by Leigh Bardugo is the first book in a stand-alone, young adult duology set in Bardugo’s Grisha Verse. Following the tale...

From jobless to journalist: How I found myself post-graduation

On June 10, 2015, I was victorious. A university graduate. Successful. Erudite. Learned. On June 11, I was 21 years old, jobless and living with...

Fixing classroom environments could improve perception of reading and writing

As someone who developed an early interest in reading books, it always puzzled me why so many people find reading and writing difficult. Reading...

Lit Pick of the Week: “War & Turpentine” by Stefan Hertmans

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...

Inlandia Poets gather to share their work

On the evening of Thursday, Feb. 2, Riverside community members gathered for a “Poetry! At the Library” event hosted by the Inlandia Institute to...

“More than spoken word” lights up The Barn

The Barn, at first glance, seems like nothing more than a ramshackle, old shack. It is unfathomable to think that countless artists — some...

Cellar Door Books provides a home for writers and readers alike

Right off Canyon Crest, tucked away in a corner of a small shopping center, across from a bubbling water fountain and a series of...