Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Most expensive food in the world

Rich and Delicious

Alyson Gonzalez, Print Editor in Chief April 8, 2021

The Most Expensive Foods in the World If your bill comes out to be $100 or over, think twice before you say it was an expensive meal. All over the world, some foods will make your jaw drop when looking at the price. There are dishes such as ice cream and hotdogs that cost more than a usual dish because...

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The LA Art Show kicked off with a calm start on February 6th Thursday morning, allowing attendees a more personal experience with the art pieces.

LA Art Show Returns for 25th Anniversary

Clarissa Martinez, Digital Associate Editor February 28, 2020

The Los Angeles Art Show celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Convention Center on Wednesday February 5th through Sunday February 9th. The convention included a variety of modern and contemporary art works. Over 120 galleries were on display from 23 different countries. Art works ranged from sculptures,...

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River’s Voice is a journal of art and literature published at Rio Hondo College as a joint effort of the Communications and Languages Division, Arts and Cultural Programs Division, ASO, and ASRHC.

River’s Voice

Jesus Manriquez , Digital Executive Editor November 26, 2019

The 21st annual publication of River's Voice, Rio Hondo College's literary and visual art journal, is accepting submissions. The deadline is on Valentine's Day (February 14, 2020)! The journal welcomes submissions in poetry, drama, memoir, short fiction, and art. Student literary works are eligible...

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Julio Salgado answers questions from students after his lecture, Im a Queer Artist of Color and Im still Alive.

‘Artivist’ Julio Salgado Turns Negatives into Positives Through Art

Megan De Lara, Arts and Entertainment Editor October 19, 2019

Visual artist Julio Salgado brought laughter and knowledge to campus with his lecture, “I’m a Queer Artist of Color and I’m Still Alive.” The event took place at the Campus Inn October 10 as a part of Rio Hondo’s National Coming Out Day event. Salgado, who is also undocumented, travels to...

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Wonder World Space, the LA Pop-Up

Sara Rose, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

Hollywood Blvd in Los Angeles has a new art pop up called Wonder World Space. The art installations are an Alice in Wonderland inspired theme and designed by artist Joshua Wong. Above all, there are many Instagram photo opportunity moments to be had. Visitors can expect to see: an oversized...

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Photo by Michael Perez

Now is All That Matters: Maura Bendett

Diana Juarez , Managing Editor November 28, 2018
The concept of time is a tricky one. On the one concrete and practical hand we have dedicated our lives to the concept of timeliness and finding ways of marking the passing of time
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Los Angeles Comic Con hosted at the LA Convention Center has re branded its name. From Comikaze Expo and then Stan Lees Comikaze and now calling themselves LA Comic Con.

Los Angeles Comic Con Recap

Luis Gutierrez, Podcast Director October 29, 2018

Los Angeles Comic Con is an annual event held every year in the Los Angeles convention center that brings people of all walks of life together. The event itself isn’t just catered to comic fans, but to anyone who has an interest in what is considered “nerdy” or “geeky” stuff. It isn’t just...

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Local artists began dropping off their pieces this weekend, prior to set up.

Sixth Annual Santa Fe Springs ArtFest

Olivia Venegas, Opinion / Lifestyles Editor April 28, 2018

The sixth annual Santa Fe Springs ArtFest will open to the public Friday, May 4 at the Clarke Estate from 3pm to 11pm. The free event highlights and hosts local and international artists. There will be all kinds of art ranging from film to live trompe l’oeil exhibitions. Artists from painters to...

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From comedic skits to an Oscar for best screenplay. Jordan Peele has come a long way since his days on Mad TV.

2018 Academy Awards Wrap-Up

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor March 4, 2018

The 90th Academy Awards took place Sunday, March 4 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. “The Shape of Water” was the stand-out film, but empowering speeches and musical performances capped the exciting night. This year’s Academy Awards was a bit different from those in the past. There were more...

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SZAs Debut Album CTRL Goes Gold

SZA’s Debut Album ‘CTRL’ Goes Gold

CTRL sells 500 thousand records. Making this SZA's best year yet!
Anthony Moreno, Reporter October 12, 2017

SZA just hit a huge milestone in her career for her debut album. CTRL  released back in June to rave reviews was just certified gold by the RIAA. SZA posted multiple photos on her Instagram celebrating this achievement. The 'Love Galore' singer also received a platinum plaque for her second single featuring...

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American Vandal: A True-Crime Satire

Recap: Netflix's new series that spoofs Making a Murderer and Serial.
Anthony Moreno, Reporter October 12, 2017

Netflix released a new series on its streaming platform: American Vandal. The series is a satire comedy that takes cues from many true-crime drama television shows. One of the most notable shows that American Vandal imitates is another hit Netflix series that took the country by storm: Making a Murderer....

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IT becomes biggest September opening of all time

IT becomes biggest September opening of all time

Anthony Moreno, Reporter September 17, 2017

This summer was the most unsuccessful for movies in a long time. The movie box office has not seen a summer this bad since 2006, when movies including Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, X-Men: The Last Stand, and Cars debuted. Hollywood is in a clear drought with viewers, but their silver lining...

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