Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Dune had a hybrid release, also premiering on HBO Max. Regardless, its box office earnings have been good.

A Review of Dune

But I haven't Seen the 1984 Movie or Read the Book
Brandon Ramirez, Opinion Co-Editor October 27, 2021

Unprepared Dune: Noun, a mound or ridge of sand or other loose sediment formed by the wind, especially on the sea coast or in a desert. An incredibly fitting title given a large part of this film takes place on a planet that would make Tatooine blush. Dune 2021, directed by Denis Villenueve, is based...

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Popular Halloween Costumes on a Budget

October 21, 2021

Halloween is slowly approaching and everyone is brewing up ideas for this year’s holiday. Those that dress up on Halloween, put all their time and effort into their costumes coming up with iconic looks. From kids to adults, anyone that celebrates Halloween loves to dress up and show off their...

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Vegan Fashion Leads the World in the Right Direction

Vegan Fashion Leads the World in the Right Direction

Madeline Torres and Jasmine Soria October 20, 2021

Vegan Fashion Week made its return this Oct for the first time after two years. The event took place in downtown Los Angeles showing guests new, ethical and sustainable clothing. Founder of Vegan Fashion Week, Emmanuelle Rienda, shares her excitement towards the event, hoping that this will be a...

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DC FanDome 2021 Highlights

What's to come out of DC in the upcoming year.
Christopher “Luci” Elias October 20, 2021

No More Comic-Con? In the midst of a pandemic DC decided to make all of their big announcements on their own. Out of that idea DC FanDome 2020 was born. A completely virtual event centered around all upcoming DC comic, EU, cartoon, and video game projects. With DC FanDome 2021 coming out last Saturday...

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A pumpkin and cobwebs signifying the start of the Halloween spooky season.

2021 Halloween Events in Southern California

Cassidy Anderson October 11, 2021

Spooky season is here, and every year the Halloween holiday brings loads of fun events to participate in. From pumpkin-carving to horrifying mazes, the options are endless. Here’s a list of the top attractions to bring friends and family to this season.  Halloween-Themed Concerts “The Nightmare...

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Mass being given at Saint Ignatius of Antioch NYC on Monday, Oct.4, 2020. The mass was socially distanced.

Blessing of the Animals

Yasmine Poot , Podcast Editor October 8, 2021

The blessing of the animals began in honor of the feast of St Francis of Assisi who is known as the saint of animals and environment. The blessing is on Oct 4th of every year. This year and the year before have all been socially distanced due to the pandemic. And many precautions have taken place. There...

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Music Review: MGK vs Slipknot, Deceased Artists sued

Gilbert Lazo September 23, 2021

MGK vs Slipknot Rapper and rockstar Machine Gun Kelly looks to be getting into a feud with a band. It seems that front man for heavy metal band Slipknot Cory Tayler had a few things to say. “I (hate) the artists who failed in one genre and decide to go rock and I think he knows who he is, but that...

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s Must Watch End Credit Scene

Will Venom finally be meeting the web head?
Christopher “Luci” Elias September 22, 2021

Since the release of Venom back in Oct of 2018, fans have been waiting, impatiently, for its sequel and it is finally here. Well it will be here as of Oct 15, 2021; however, earlier this week it had its first screening in front of a live audience and they have not been quiet. Audience's "Warning" The...

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Halloween Horror Nights promotion billboard at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights: Giving Us the Comeback we Have All Been Waiting For

Valeria Yanez and Yasmine Poot September 10, 2021

Covid Precautions Halloween Horror Nights 2021 is back this year with its greatest comeback yet. Last year's Covid-19 pandemic forced Universal studios to cancel halloween horror nights last October 2020. Here are some things that have changed. Universal is taking precautions by providing their...

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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Traumatic Past

The poster reveals that she was raped and impregnated by a music producer at the age of 19.
Viviana Reyes May 25, 2021

Recently, singer, songwriter and actress Lady Gaga opened up about her traumatic experience that happened to her when she was younger. Lady Gaga reveals a heavy load in Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry’s Apple TV+ series “The Me That You Can’t See” pilot episode. She shared that at 19 years...

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Doppelgänger

Justin Gomez May 24, 2021

English professor William Curington from Rio Hondo College decided to write a book called “Doppelgänger”. It took Curington nine months to write this book which is a good amount of time spent on this book in his terms. For him, he believes that it shouldn’t take over a year to write a book. Therefore...

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November 4, 2019 Jaden Smith, Co-founder, 501CTHREE.org & JUST water, during the opening night of Web Summit 2019 at the Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal.

Jaden Smith Opening a Restaurant to Feed the Houseless in LA

Jaden Smith continues to help those in need.
Viviana Reyes May 20, 2021

Jaden Smith is not just any actor, singer, rapper, or songwriter. He’s not just the son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. He’s a humanitarian. He uses his platform and money on things that truly matter.  In 2012, he co-founded the eco-friendly company JUST Water. He launched the idea after...

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