Holiday performances, activities for young and old

San Bernardino City UnifiedSchool District schools are holding holiday performances and activities. Everyone is invited to attend. Band/Instrument Assembly Cost: Free Date & Time: Friday, December 12 at 2...

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Two protests provide different protesting environments for I.E. organizers

By Anthony Victoria Demonstrations took place in the Inland Empire this past weekend that provided varying perspectives on institutionalized racism, police brutality, and economic inequality. In San Bernardino organizers...

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Two-time CIF dual meet champion Carter High to wrestle CBL

By Harvey M, Kahn Jacob Lopez overcame a lot to pin his 195-pound Yucaipa High School opponent in Carter’s first Citrus Belt League wrestling match in five years. Carter...

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Rialto tree lighting ceremony sparks holiday cheer, kicks off festive season

By Yazmin Alvarez It’s the most wonderful time of year in Rialto again. Christmas spirit was thriving throughout the Civic Center last week after the flick of switch brought...

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MoniVision live web show provides another source of media for Colton community

By Anthony Victoria An alternative network of media has launched in the Inland Empire. Under the direction of local artist and entrepreneur Bernice “Monibee” Henley, local Colton residents Ralph...

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UC Riverside hosts “Objects of Devotion” conference

By MJ Duncan This weekend the public is invited to UC Riverside to explore the different sacred objects, rituals and visual culture of Latinos and Latin America during the...

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Hundreds show for fundraiser at San Bernardino cafe in support of wounded officer

By Yazmin Alvarez Local law enforcement put a spin on their duty to protect and serve Monday by serving up dishes to the community instead. Trading patrol shifts for...

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Familiar faces return to Rialto City Council, members sworn in at meeting

By Yazmin Alvarez Two familiar faces were sworn into office Tuesday night marking the start of fresh four-year terms on Rialto City Council. Returning councilmember Joe Baca Jr. was sworn...

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