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Danyella Wilder

Danyella Wilder is a freelance writer for the Gazette. Before writing about Riverside, she was a freelance news writer at Blavity Inc. Danyella graduated in 2019 from California Baptist University with a B.A. in journalism and new media and has a M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University. Her previous work has been published in South Side Weekly and Illinois Channel.

The 30th Annual Walk with the Animals – Riverside’s only dog walk – to return April 30 at Fairmount Park.

The event, which is the most important fundraising effort that supports the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center, helps provide care for homeless animals serviced by the center.

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Reserved admission tickets to summer entry at The Cheech available on-site

Opening Day tickets to the center are sold out. Regular summer admission tickets may still be purchased at either Riverside Art Museum location.

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Behind the scenes: CBU Theatre Arts Department gears for third night of Dorothy, Toto and Oz

Production director, Stacee Tweedlie Willis, details the process from auditions, to dress rehearsals, to opening night and her involvement with the university's current production.

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Riverside Public Library Foundation will host a gala fundraiser in support of local, city libraries

Funds raised for the event will support Riverside Public Library programs and resources. RPLF President said the goal is to celebrate the mission of supporting lifelong learning and creating a resilient Riverside.

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Mayor to host informational session on City of Riverside service opportunities Wednesday

The session will guide the public on how to apply to the available volunteer positions across Riverside's boards and commissions.

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Local resident named second only female CEO at Feeding America Riverside, San Bernardino

Carolyn Solar said she is 'humbled and honored' at the selection and ready to move the food bank in the next phase.

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Largest local food bank in need of volunteer support amid recent shortage due to Omicron variant surge

A representative for Feeding America Riverside San Bernardino said any type of support 'truly makes a difference.'

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Interested in donating blood? Read this guide to find your local blood drive.

Blood is in critically high demand due to a persisting national shortage. We rounded up local blood drives happening in Riverside where appointment slots are currently available for the remainder of February and March.

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The small business community has a chance to breathe. A new relief grant program is here.

Businesses that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic can now receive COVID-19 relief funds, thanks to a new Riverside County grant program.

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Residents provided honest positive, negative feedback during mayor’s get-to-know-you meeting

Downtown and Northside residents praise city improvements but criticize housing and homelessness crises during Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson's eighth tour date.

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Three receptions, one night: The RAM celebrates Winter exhibitions

The museum hosted opening ceremonies for three separate exhibits Saturday to celebrate its current on-display artwork.

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Metrolink honors Rosa Parks’ birthday with free transit rides to the public

All day Friday riders can enjoy Metrolink public transportation services at no cost in celebration of Transit Equity Day.

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Celebrating Black History Month: Your event guide for February

The Gazette rounded up events celebrating Black culture across Riverside this month.

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Annual Riverside Lunar Festival to return to downtown this weekend with more vendors and festivities

After being postponed in 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions, Panana Events is bringing the Lunar Festival back to Riverside to kick off the Lunar New Year.

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New RAM exhibit to feature work from Azusa Pacific University art professor

The clay sculptures, by artist William Catling, will go on display this weekend at the museum.

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Member-owned grocer expands access to quality, local food with fresh produce boxes

The 'Crop Box' helps feed Riverside with fresh, seasonal produce while sustaining local farms and economies.

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Christmas in Riverside: Your weekend guide to holiday events for Dec. 10-12

The Gazette compiled six festivities happening across Riverside for you and your family to enjoy.

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Riverside’s ‘Hollywood’ orchestra to perform live shows this weekend in surprise comeback

The critically-acclaimed group is scheduled to play its popular holiday sets at Riverside City College this weekend. A separate live show will be performed at the Cesar E. Chavez Community Center.

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Maintenance work set for this weekend on the 91 Freeway announcement says

Drivers heading west on the 91 Freeway may experience traffic near the Galleria at Tyler mall Saturday. A section of the freeway will be closed due to maintenance work.

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This church gained a prayer labyrinth. Riverside gained a tool to connect one’s spirituality.

Rich in their history and purpose, Mother Kelli Grace Kurt says labyrinths invite people to 'experience their souls.'

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