White walls become a creative canvas

The grand opening the Riverside plaza’s art exhibit al- lowed the community to experience art which displays various themes such as “playing the part,” “looking beyond the exterior.” It was hosted by the Riverside Arts Council and opened on Oct. 17. The guest curators were Denise Kraemer and Sharon Suhovy. Kraemer, who graduated from California […]

Music for the Holidays

During the holiday season artists put their spin on classic Christmas songs. One of the great things about Christmas music is that it can be interpreted to fit everyone’s personality, whether you want to listen, from jazz to classical Christmas music. Susan Boyle claims the number one spot on Billboard’s Holiday Albums. The Britain’s Got […]

Tumblr takes over

Tumblr is becoming the new trend among freshman bloggers both new and experienced to the blogging scene. It’s “the easiest way to blog,” at least according to the Tumblr website. Strikingly similar to the “f” logo of the social media giant Facebook, a white “t” centered in a small blue box has been popping up […]

Local music festival hosts Travie McCoy

University of California, Riverside ended its Homecoming celebration with the sold-out Heat music festival. This year’s music festival included over 12,000 attendees and an eclectic line-up including, Travie McCoy from the band Gym Class Heroes, Lil’ Jon, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Against Me! First to play on the main Highlander, the biggest tent at […]

What’s Up Peeps?

Celebratory seasons are known for seasonal candy favorites. For the Easter season, Peeps are the center candy topic of conversation and reign as the one of the most popular candies of the month. Made out of dyed marshmallows shaped like chicks and bunnies and sprinkled with sugar, Peeps are thought of as a recent creation. […]