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Raging Waters, San Dimas offers summer thrills

Jessie Jing, Staff Writer
July 16, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

Summer is the number one opportunity for adolescents to explore and create adventures while not in school. Sometimes, it can be a little too hot to go out and have a blast under the sun. Why not take a day off and stay cool? Raging Waters in San Dimas is open all summer for guests with a plethora...

Summer car maintenance

David Loza, Staff Writer
July 16, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

With our busy schedules, we tend to overlook simple things that can eventually grow into bigger problems. I, for example, was too preoccupied with homework and other activities that I forgot to check my car for regular maintenance until it was too late. Well, lucky you, today I will talk about a...

LaLa’s Argentine Grill offers variety of cuisines

LaLa’s Argentine Grill offers variety of cuisines

David Loza, Staff Writer
July 1, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

It's a friday night and you and a couple of friends are driving around LA trying to find something different to eat. One friends says Chinese, the other friend says Tai, the other says Mexican. Can't make up your minds? How about Argentinean food? Yeah, something different, something new. In...

Sea World, San Diego offers great vacation opportunities this summer

Sea World, San Diego offers great vacation opportunities this summer

Jessie Jing, Staff Writer
June 25, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

Want to have some fun with friends? Want to spend a weekend with family? Sea World San Diego is a great choice at only a 2 and a half hour drive from Los Angeles. With various shows and water rides, it’s a beautiful place to get rid of stress and the summer heat. While exploring the park, you...

“OFF” and Flourishing

Michelle Torres, Staff Writer
May 9, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

BY Michelle Torres Cheyann Montiel-Reagan is an East Los Angeles native of Mexican descent. Montiel-Reagan proves that a passionate heart breaks the barriers against the odds and stereotypes. Growing up, Montiel-Reagan looked at her surroundings in plays, films and TV and did not identify with...

If playing it safe means getting dirty…

If playing it safe means getting dirty…

Max Garibay
May 9, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

Running on concrete is not good for you! Although it may not seem like such a drastic shift, but switching from a concrete terrain to a soil based terrain, or rubber terrain, provides tremendous physical benefits in the distant future. Dirt terrains not only benefit the environment, being that they...

Rio Hondo Alumni Feature

Sean Armstrong
May 1, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

by Sean Armstrong As a six year old, Kevin Perez-Allen begged his mother to stay up and watch the 1988 election results on television. He wanted to see if his chosen candidates were going to win. Lucky for him, he got his wish. His bedtime was extended a full two hours, from 9pm to 11pm and he...

Pizza Place California

Pizza Place California

jacob Chavira, staff Writer
April 17, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

Whether you are in the mood for sight-seeing or in the mood for some good ol’ Italian food Pizza Place Ca. is the place to come. With nearly 17 years in business there is no doubt that this restaurant can please its customers. This Italian restaurant serves wonderful food such as chicken ravioli, personal...

Burgers that rock at a cost

Burgers that rock at a cost

Lady Tellez, Staff Writer
April 17, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

What was once a burger joint on wheels has now become an established restaurant known as “Grill’Em All”. The season one winner of “The Great Food Truck Race” on Food Network has generated buzz with its metaled out theme diner and of course, one of a kind burgers. Once customers walk in,...

Seize the benefits of the Honor Transfer Society

Seize the benefits of the Honor Transfer Society

Lady Tellez, Staff Writer
April 17, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

For six years now the Honor Transfer Program has helped countless of students as those involved in program receive benefits that help them while attending Rio Hondo and with personal enrichment. Due to the success of the program, members of the program created the Honors Transfer Society Club. To...

Immigration awareness from undocumented students

Lady Tellez, Staff Writer
April 17, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles, News, Top Stories

Students Without Borders club will bring awareness to immigration issues this month by hosting their “Coming Out of the Shadows” events, which will represent undocumented students as immigration issues and personal experiences will be discussed. The first event that the club held was a film screening...

Gonzales fills in

Steven Ward, Staff Writer
February 13, 2013
Filed under Lifestyles

Taking over the Journalism (JOUR) 120 Communications Reporting and Writing class for senior professor John Francis, who is currently on leave for medical reasons and is much anticipated to return in May, is the charismatic and youthful Adam Gonzales. Although this will be Gonzales’ first year instructing...

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