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    Monday Dec 15 | Inland Empire Weekly

    If Fairmount Park, one of the truly beautiful and peaceful oases in the IE, reminds one of a mini-Central Park, take note that both were designed by the famed architect Frederick Law Olmstead. With three lakes, fishing, golf, lawn bowling, lotuses, the Famous Water Buffalo tank and those irrepressible and very loud ducks, Fairmount is a place to picnic, sneak kisses in the parking lot or lay on the grass and dream.


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    May 5, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    "Who do Voodoo?" We do! This is the kick-off date of Riverside's ska-punk legends Voodoo Glow Skulls, who'll be embarking on a three-week tour of the Southwest. Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a band that really knows how to throw a fiesta.


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    Friday Dec 5 | Inland Empire Weekly

    If you're looking for a place to take first-time visitors to the Inland Empire and make them think it's the finest region ever scattered over desert, take them to Mario's Place, just across the street from the colossus of Riverside, the Mission Inn. As Mario's dishes up that cool elegance, there'll be a moment when it seems like all of the culture of the universe can be found right in our backyards.


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    Tuesday Dec 2 | Inland Empire Weekly

    If you're looking for something a bit more culturally-enriching than just shamrocks and green beer this St. Paddy's Day, the third annual UCR Festival of World Music presents an exotic, aural feast with diverse musics from Latin America and Asia. This ambitious offering, highlighting the ethnomusicology program in the university's department of music, features UC Riverside students, faculty and staff, as well as community members.


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    Sunday Nov 30 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Rappers in the Inland Empire aren't necessarily tough to come by, but finding one that consistently delivers solid songs and the occasional club-banging anthem or two is a bit more difficult. Rialto-born rhyme-sayer Sly Boogy fits the latter description perfectly, and he's spent at least a decade perfecting his craft, starting out in the early '90s with his groups Backadashaq and Black Spooks, and continuing on with various artists until now, but didn't manage to release an album until 2002.


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    Jun 9, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    "Weird Al" Yankovic's diverse, multifaceted career includes his roles as a musician, comedian, lyricist, screenwriter, impersonator, parodist and actor. But there's a recent addition to the aforementioned list for the 51-year-old entertainer, who's been at it for more than three decades-he's now a New York Times best-selling author.


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    Oct 21, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Nanay Gloria opened eight months ago at the Fiesta Food Market on La Sierra and Magnolia, it was like a homecoming. You see, the thing about a restaurant located in an ethnically-owned market is that luring aromas of mother's kitchen, the offering of good, but greasy, foods tasted and savored while growing up.


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    Nov 5, 2014 | Inland Empire Weekly

    He DJ's just about every viable nightspot in the IE - Sevilla, The Pines, Carlos O'Brien's, Mill Creek, the Hudson in San Berdoo, Peppers Lounge and Godfathers in Chino to name a few - and he is a club scientist. Adding thump to the rump, DJ Cre-8 literally melds beats, dictates tempo, dissects classics and injects signature oomph - and that's all in a single track.


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    Jul 28, 2012 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Police shootings are pretty common in Southern California but what's uncommon is the way Riverside County sheriff's officials are handling a recent shooting involving a deputy in Moreno Valley, being uncharacteristically up front with the details. agencies normally wrap up the details as tight as possible, using the excuse.


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    Oct 10, 2014 | Inland Empire Weekly

    If news about Riverside-based ska-punkers Voodoo Glow Skulls launching their own record label sounds vaguely familiar, it's because a dozen years ago the band formed El Pocho Loco , releasing a disc of VGS early cuts record labels in the past, it's interesting to see that the Casillas brothers have opted to launch California Street Music, with their inaugural release coming from Riverside-based ska/reggae/punk trio Knockout this week. But perhaps it's a good thing, as they're better prepared, knowing the rigors of running an indie record label .


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    Jan 13, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    In 1998, Jimmy LaValle, a member of San Diego post-rock instrumental group Tristeza, began exploring music outside of his band's genre, as many other artists do. Over the years, his project, The Album Leaf, took on a life of its own, putting out five full-length records and appearing on various television shows.


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    Nov 11, 2010 | Inland Empire Weekly

    "Library of Dust" is a project as dark as it is impactful, morbid as it is stirring. The story goes like this: In 2005, photographer David Maisel learned that at Oregon State Hospital, thousands of copper canisters sat in a storeroom.


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    Nov 12, 2009 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Plenty o' white Fender guitars, Taco Tia, dreaming about unicorns with transparent teeth, Every Time I Die and maybe just a smidge of some Rye Coalition somewhere in the mix, too.


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    Feb 10, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    He may have one name, but he surely isn't your average Joe . In fact, Joe's racked up some serious nods, including several Grammy nominations and a catalog of commercial R&B albums dating back to the early '90s.


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    Oct 7, 2010 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Rick Sanchez describes his band's sound as the "calm before the storm." And he's not all that far off, either.


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    Aug 20, 2014 | Inland Empire Weekly

    As the sun rises on another beautiful day in the Inland Empire, the IE Music Awards producer Martin Brown rubs the sleep from his eyes.


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    Mar 31, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    To Scott Stapp, lead singer of the rock group Creed, music has always been an outlet through which he can better understand his faith, his life, and his ongoing struggle improving both of them.


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    May 31, 2013 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Of course, if you're reading this, you probably know a handful of people who, upon hearing that, would simply answer, "What's the problem with that?" The cops, that's who.


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    Feb 16, 2012 | Inland Empire Weekly

    In 2004, armed with the catchy lead single "Heaven," the Texan trio of brothers known as Los Lonely Boys faced a whirlwind of glory with their self-titled debut album, ultimately earning them two Grammy nods and one win the following year.


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    Jul 10, 2014 | Inland Empire Weekly

    It doesn't get much hotter than the streets of downtown Riverside on a Saturday.


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