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Gateway to Riverside shopping center has a new look and name – Citrus Landing

Stater Bros. Market moves west Riverside store to a new site at the Citrus Landing

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A Present-Day Festival Supports an Old, Important and Often Forgotten Piece of Local History

The Spanish Town Heritage Foundation champions La Placita de los Trujillos as a place of history, learning, entertainment and the arts.

History
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Chamber President Resigns After 45 Years of Leadership

Cindy Roth is ready for a new chapter in her life

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CSDR captivating the minds of Hollywood

Riverside’s CSDR football team follows up an amazing 2021-22 season with a 54-16 first game win as they have grown individually and as a team and Hollywood has noticed.

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CBU’s Division 1 Membership Approved By NCAA Board

Riverside is now home to two NCAA Division I universities as CBU gains full active status.

Sports
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Riverside Coffeehouse and Bakery Voted LA Times’ Best in Inland Empire

Newcomer in the bakery community, Arcade’s Bakehouse is voted best in the Inland Empire and their Tasting Room gets a nod too.

Food
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RCC Football takes to the field at Ramona High School this fall

Riverside City College Football will be found playing in a different part of Riverside for the 2022-23 Season.

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California State Budget: Investing in Riverside

Riverside will soon benefit from an infusion from State Budget

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Riverside’s High Stakes World of “Baby Drivers”

Riverside’s Coach Troy Adams trains kids, with the right mental fortitude, for the cutthroat world of motorsports.

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Mid-Century Modern Comes of Age in Riverside

Mid-Century Modern isn’t just for the Desert Communities. Riverside is beginning to recognize this architectural design with Landmark Status.

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Remembering Riverside’s great steam locomotive era

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Raincross Weekend: July 3-4

It's all about Independence Day this weekend! Check out different places to watch them, plus a free Sunday concert by the Riverside Philharmonic at the National Cemetery.

Events
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Raincross Weekend: June 25-26

Several virtual events, including a scavenger hunt, 5k and 10k races, and a mystery to solve with your smartphone. Plus a seminar to show you how to buy a real, not virtual, house.

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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.

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From Carnegie to mid-century modern to The Cheech: A history of Riverside’s downtown library

Riverside's Public Library has come a long way from its origins in John W. North's parlor.

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Juneteenth celebration offers up barbecue, music and community

Second annual event marks the freeing of enslaved people in Texas two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Raincross Weekend: June 18-19

This weekend is packed with events celebrating Juneteenth and the opening of The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture, plus a Fathers' Day Nerf War.

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Tio, I Don’t Think We’re in Riverside Anymore

Artist-restauranteur Martin Sanchez raids the recycle bin to create wildly imaginative art at Tio's Tacos. Two of his pieces have made their way to The Cheech.

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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.

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Talking Instagram and butter chicken with the owners of Cali Tardka, Riverside’s hottest home restaurant

The family behind successful Punjabi home restaurant Cali Tardka on their humble beginnings, viral success, and delectable cuisine.

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