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.
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.
A Day to Walk with the Animals
Over 200 people turned out for the Saturday event, the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center's most important fundraiser of the year
Public forum features candidates for Riverside County judicial seats
Meet seven candidates running for four open seats in Riverside County
This Week in City Hall: May 3
Work continues on the general fund and biennial budgets, a grant can help pay for a new RPD service dog, and the Board of Ethics considers amending its current code.
Weekend Calendar, April 29-May 1
Cars and pets and bugs and treasures on tap this weekend. Plus pancakes.
On Top of Mount Rubidoux: The Annual Easter Sunrise Service
A 113-year Riverside Easter tradition returns after COVID-19 hiatus
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.
Trying to find the best food spots in Riverside? First, spend a day at The Sire.
Hear from longtime Riverside residents as they share their favorite meals from around the city.
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.
Arlanza community event sparks creativity, spreads joy with chalk
Riverside Public Library encouraged residents to 'spark kindness in people' in two-hour art event hosted at Arlanza Library
Beyond gems and tea: Longest-running family-operated apothecary store in Southern California gives back to the community
The shop, located in Downtown Riverside, is a jack-of-all-trades place of wonder providing small but quality items to its longtime customers.
A Redwood planted in Low Park more than 100 years ago tells an unknown story about Riversiders and Major League Baseball
In 1914, the Chicago White Sox played a game in Riverside's Evans Park against the Los Angeles Angels. Riversiders asked the winning team to plant a tree in remembrance of the rare event.
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.
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.
Booker T. Washington was known to captivate a crowd. His special visit to Riverside proved no different.
The respected Black educator drew in hundreds of listeners during his famously eloquent speeches. Riversiders remained upfront and center.
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.'
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.
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.