Sarah Boutin | The Banner La Grande XL Observation Wheel towers over the fair, which contains around half a million LED lights, where riders can see the games and colorful food stands.

Los Angeles Fair brings out locals, tourists for food, fun

Attendees walk down the tunnel of the Fairplex, welcomed by the smell of crazy food combinations and the sound of children laughing with delight. Summer is ending but the Los Angeles County Fair is just beginning. The LA County Fair finally opened its gates Aug. 31 at the Pomona Fairplex and will run until Sept. […]

Art gallery hosts yearly senior art show, dislpays student work

Seniors of the College of Architecture, Visual Arts & Design at California Baptist University came together in downtown Riverside to showcase their work to friends, family and peers. The showcase’s opening night  gave the audience a look at the projects the seniors had worked on throughout their entire career including graphic design, photography, fashion and […]

Students participate in writing, editing the fifth edition of literary journal ‘Dazed Starling’

A collection of students’ writing was bound together for the fifth edition of the annual literary journal “Dazed Starling” at California Baptist University. The literary journal combines a collection of short stories, flash-fiction, creative non-fiction and various forms of poetry. CBU students began writing and editing the journal as early as January with Dr. Derek […]

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Museum promotes diversity

The University of California, Riverside’s California Museum of Photography is hosting an exhibit on contemporary Mexican photography. At first glance, the museum contains many eclectic pieces of art. However, taking a closer look can enhance the understanding of Latin American history. The “Mundos Alternos” exhibit is part of the Getty Initiative, Pacific Standard Time in […]