Euryale Brewing Company: Crafting beers is an artful science
One in an occasional series about Riverside small business owners.
Opening Day at The Cheech: Where Chicano art has found its home
On Saturday, Cheech Marin opened the museum that bears his name, inviting the community to enjoy his collection.
RPL Summer Reading Program welcomes back kids, teens and adults with puppets, prizes and reptiles
RPL program travels to two library branches a day Tuesday through Friday, plus "pop-up" park visits by the STREAM Mobile, and prizes for children, teens and adults.
Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness will go to City Council for approval
Committee proposal could come in for just under $8.5 million in state's Homelessness, Housing and Prevention block grant funding for 2022-2023.
Downtown florist The Nature of Things: Where floral design imitates art
One in an occasional series on local small businesses in Riverside.
The Fruit Man Farmers’ Market makes eating well a labor of love
Long-time purveyor of produce Rick Armenta loves bringing high-quality fruit, vegetables, and juices to his loyal customers.
State budget includes $43.1 million to revamp CSDR Cubs’ athletic facilities
Riverside's star football team could get new football, softball, baseball and soccer fields in Governor Newsom's proposed 2022-2023 budget.
Online survey to measure quality of life in Riverside; results later in 2022
City residents, workers and college students are invited to share their opinions on essential issues like work, education, arts and culture, and public safety.
Raincross Weekend: May 21-22
Visit the new CARB headquarters, hear renowned Riverside author Susan Straight read from her latest book, and tour Frida Kahlo's Mexico City house this weekend.
Installation of city-wide fiber-optic network planned for 2025
SiFi Networks will install its fiber-optic networking system city-wide at its own cost, estimated at $300,000,000, then sell access to internet service providers for homes and businesses.
Raincross Weekend: May 14-15
Marinate in mid-century style, solve an unsolve-able murder, drink in some show tunes and get your blood pressure checked all in one weekend.
Council: Consultant will study alternatives to transmission project
Outside consultant will study project over 6-8 months and present findings before work begins on overhead transmission lines.
Weekend Calendar, April 29-May 1
Cars and pets and bugs and treasures on tap this weekend. Plus pancakes.
Judge rules against City; Blocks certification of Measure C
Lawsuit by Riversiders Against Increased Taxes successful: Certification of Measure C blocked
This Weekend in Riverside
Whether you're in the mood for gardening, craft beers, art or museums, we have you covered for April 22-24.
Tesla to open sales, service center
Tesla showroom, service center to repurpose former Amtrak call center site in Orangecrest
Legalization of cannabis dispensaries in city inches forward
Riverside Councilmembers took steps that may lead to legalization of cannabis dispensaries in the city by the end of 2022.