Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Jacks is one of Whittiers oldest landmark restaurants left.

Jack’s Whittier Resturant

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter May 11, 2022

Many places here in the City are known for many things but nothing beats breakfast here at Jack’s in Whittier. This little restaurant might be on everyone's list here in Whittier to come and eat. The place stands out with a big sign and also the architecture of the places gives out throwback vibes....

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Released in theaters May 6, 2022, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness finds Stephen Strange fighting his biggest battle yet. The fate of the entire multiverse rests on his shoulders.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review

Ryan Leon, Online Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2022

Six years after “Doctor Strange” hit theaters, its sequel, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, is now playing. While Marvel Studios has been on a roll producing high quality films to enjoy, this latest entry in the MCU feels like a bump in the road. Directed by Sam Raimi, the film...

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delicious plate of eggs and potatoes to top it off with some decaf coffee

Mexican Central Food Review

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 28, 2022

There’s many eateries to cover but with the help of spreading reviews many can soon try them. Mexican Central was an overall amazing experience; very different from other Mexican buisnesses. As soon as customers enter,  you look at the place filled with Mexican decorations and it feels safe. Many...

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A heart warming plate filled with mixed flavors.

Tierra Mexico Review

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 15, 2022

This food review consists of Mexican breakfast with a mix of American. Tierra Mexico is located in the center of Long Beach. It's a pop up restaurant which is soon to expand in size. For the meantime the business is currently fine with doing pop ups and letting individuals try samples to expand their...

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The Kia Forum in Inglewood, Calif. at night. The Billie Eilish concert that was held April 8, 2022, had just finished.

Billie Eilish Concert: Was it Everything I Wanted?

John Edeson Sayoc, Photo Editor April 11, 2022

The “Happier Than Ever” Billie Eilish World Tour has concluded with the last concert on Saturday, April 9, 2022 for the United States. Thankfully on Friday, April 8, 2022, I was able to experience an opportunity of a lifetime at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California. Opening Act The opening act...

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After many delays, “Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga” finally released April 5, 2022. It is available for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series S and Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review

Ryan Leon, Online Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2022

The newest Lego game from developer TT Games, “Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga”, is here at long last. All nine films in the main Star Wars timeline are available to play through in this latest installment. This makes it the biggest Lego game yet, and one that will bring joy to many fans of the...

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A side of eggs to top off with some delicious hotcakes.

House Kitchen Playa

Carlos Jimenez, Reporter April 7, 2022

Lately there have been seeing many vendors come out of their way in starting new businesses which is great for consumers. Nowadays you can drive around cities and find many trucks or people selling.  Nevertheless it is great for the consumers to be able to try and taste new foods. For this visit...

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Mexican American and Chicano Movies of the First-Half of the 1990s

From "American Me" to "Mi Vida Loca"
Jeffrey Barragan, Opinion Editor April 6, 2022

In the 1990s, Mexican American movies captured a far more comprehensive cultural experience than movies of the 1980s.  In the decade after movies like “Zoot Suit,” “Stand and Deliver,” and “Born in East L.A.,” Mexican American and Chicano films continued to touch on similar themes. But...

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Opening Day for Major League Baseball begins April 7.

MLB Predictions for the 2022 Season

Matthew Medina, Online Sports Editor April 4, 2022

After a 99 day lockout during the offseason, Major League Baseball is back on April 7! With regular season baseball around the corner, fans across the world are ready to see their favorite teams play a full 162-game season. Let’s take a look at which teams will be contenders, and which teams will have...

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Broadcasting, writing, and reporting allow journalists to share important issues with the world every day of the week. Without them, it would be harder for people who need help to find someone willing to listen.

Why Journalism Still Matters

Ryan Leon, Online Editor-in-Chief March 25, 2022

The Associated College Press held a conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel March 4, 2022 in Long Beach, Calif. This is where keynote speaker Rick Green shared an important story about a terrible issue in education. That is, students being sexually harassed by professors. Green is executive editor and...

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Presented at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges for the Critical Review contest March 5, 2022, Try Harder! is a documentary film that showcases the struggle high school students have of getting into the college of their dreams.

Try Harder! Review

Ryan Leon, Online Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2022

Directed by Debbie Lum, “Try Harder!” is a documentary film that follows a group of high school students struggling with the college admissions process. The film centers around Lowell High School, the number one ranked public high school in San Francisco, Calif, and a student body of mostly Asian...

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Whittier Blvd. street sign in East Los Angeles, Calif.. The community of East Los Angeles is the setting of 1980s Mexican-American movies like Born in East L.A. and Stand and Deliver.

Mexican-American and Chicano Movies of the 1980s: From Zoot Suit to Stand and Deliver

Jeffrey Barragan, Opinion Editor March 17, 2022

Four of the most important and influential Mexican-American and Latinx movies came out in the 1980s. The movies “Zoot Suit,” “La Bamba,” “Stand and Deliver,” and “Born in East L.A.” captured life in the San Fernando Valley and the rest of Greater Los Angeles, Calif. The 1980s especially...

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