Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

iCarly Comeback

Time for a Reboot
Alyson Gonzalez, Print Editor in Chief March 11, 2021

In Five, Four, Three...Two..I know you see that there is a new iCarly! The 2007 Nickelodeon show, iCarly is coming back! It’s been 10 years since the last episode of iCarly aired on Nickelodeon. iCarly was created by Dan Schneider which began in 2007 and ended in 2012. The show is about a young teenager,...

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Lee Kiernan performing at Desert Daze 3 day Festival in Lake Perris State Recreation Area, CA.

Desert Daze Seventh Annual Festival

Cesar E. Gonzalez, Opinion Editor October 19, 2018

  When it comes to epic music festivals what are some names that come to mind? Woodstock, Coachella, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits are just some to name a few. However, since 2011 to the present-day Desert Daze has also bumped itself up in the roster of legendary three-day music...

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Tom Harding as Marvels Venom.

Review: Venom

Jaime Aparicio, Science and Technology Editor October 12, 2018

Marvel brings a new universe in the film Venom. Most of the box-office success belongs to Marvel Studios. While Spider-Man is linked with Marvel Studios from Sony Pictures. Sony decides to take a different route with Spidey-related characters and build their own cinematic universe. The movie stars Tom...

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Rio Hondo News Broadcast

Sabrina Torres, Rodolfo Pinedo, Ignacio Cervantes, Dante Lopez, Anthony Moreno, Autumn Lewis, Olivia Venegas, Michael K, Jose Ahumada, and James Spencer May 22, 2018

Tune in to El Paisano News broadcast for the latest news happening in your community.

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A Noise Within’s “A Raisin In The Sun” Is Flawless

Dante Lopez- Bennett, Copy Editor April 16, 2018

Sunday, April 8- the 7 p.m. finale performance of Lorrain Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun” saw audience members shed tears, laugh, and erupt to their feet in fervent ovation following the show’s endnote. While the majority of reviews are often quick to be written, there are rare instances in...

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Blackwater Comic Review

Danielle Anzures , Reporter October 25, 2017

The internet has become a platform for many upcoming artists, to not only showcase their talents but also their creations. There a lot of good webcomics out there, but Blackwater is what currently caught my eye. The story centers around two boys, with conflicting personalities, Eli Hirsch and Tony...

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The Fate of the Furious debuted in theaters April 14.

‘Fate of the Furious’ Fufills Expectations and More

Noah Garcia , Associate Editor April 18, 2017

As someone who has never seen a Fast and Furious movie, there is this continuous thought in my head asking if I'm even qualified to judge it. At the same time though, I feel that movies shouldn’t require homework and if there is any explanations due, I can pick them up along the way. Going into...

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13 Reasons Why is now streaming on Netflix.

’13 Reasons Why’: Was Hanna Baker’s Final Scene Necessary?

Jennifer Espana and Diana Juarez April 18, 2017

Netflix has released yet another amazing series, “13 Reasons Why” is based on the best selling novel by Jay Asher. The story follows the aftermath of a suicide, and if you haven’t watched the show I suggest you stop reading now since there are major spoilers in the rest of the article. You have...

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Power Rangers is Lackluster Fun

‘Power Rangers’ is Lackluster Fun

Danielle Anzures , Reporter April 17, 2017

Power Rangers, the franchise that spawned new iterations for every generation since the 90’s, released its 2017 theatrical movie March 24 and the film has its hits and misses. The movie managed to create characters that are charming and interesting, but its problems come on later as the plot progresses....

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Japandroids Declaration of War on Doubts and Fears

Japandroids Declaration of War on Doubts and Fears

Noah Garcia, Associate Editor March 21, 2017

The vibrations, notes, lights, and guitar flourishes: all converging as an exaltation of the senses. This musical wave, a euphoria that slapped me and wrapped around my very being came from the Indie rock band Japandroids. The opening act, Craig Finn and The Uptown Controllers, were slightly underwhelming....

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In issue #1, Princess Leia assigned two undercover rebels to track down Solo and request the use in the deadly Dragon Void race. Of course, Solo declined.

Han Solo: A scoundrel turned hero

Pete Escobar , Staff Writer October 19, 2016

Marvels Han Solo series has been an outstanding one so far. We’ve dug deeper into the iconic character we know and love from the original trilogy of Star Wars movies, and writer Marjorie Liu effectively implements his persona into the story. Issue #4 of the series picks up from the previous stand off...

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Throwback 2020s, the new jazz age

Throwback 2020’s, the new jazz age

Noah Garcia, Associate Editor February 24, 2016

  Some of the most famous melodies of today were played by pianos, saxophones, and trumpets, but what if those instruments were always incorporated into the music? This idea was incorporated into the music of musician Scott Bradlee, who’s Band plays popular rock, rap and pop music in jazz...

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