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Named for its proximity to the Santa Ana River Riverside is about sixty miles east of Los Angeles. Riverside is claims to be the birthplace of the California citrus industry (the first trees having been planted in 1871 and is home to the California Museum of Photography and the Fox Performing Arts Center. The Fox Performing Arts Center is where the very first screening of Gone with the Wind was held. The city is also the location of the world's largest paper cup.
Local Newspapers: The Press Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: UC Riverside Bears
Local Colleges: University of California â€“ Riverside California Baptist University
Zip Codes associated with riverside, california:
92501 92503 92504 92505 92506 92507 92508 92509
Towns/Cities near riverside, california : Rubidoux Pedley Corona Woodcrest Moreno Valley Highgrove Grand Terrace Loma Linda Perris
Fans of the Riverside restaurant hope that there's no grinding halt to the grinders.
Rosanne Verani and husband, Kurt Brungardt, right, owners of Antone's Italian Restaurant in Riverside, stand with son, Casey Brungardt, 20, outside their popular eatery in 2015, the year it celebrated its 50th anniversary. "My husband Kurt and I are looking forward to the next stage of our lives" in Oregon, co-owner Rosanne Verani wrote in a long Facebook posting on Sunday.The Grand Terrace shop has a sister location in Riverside
The dessert shop is the latest addition to the Mission Grove Shopping Center, at 231 E. Alessandro Blvd., Suite F. The new location served about 1,900 people on its opening day earlier this month, according to Bryan Young, one of the shop's owners.Chick-fil-A plans restaurant in old Cocoa s by Riverside Plaza
Darlene Craig, of Riverside, picks up her order in the drive-thru at Chick-fil-A on Day Street in Riverside in 2012. The former Coco's restaurant on Central Avenue in Riverside, which closed in 2015 after more than 40 years in business, could be replaced by a Chick-fil-A with a drive-thru window.Car drives off 91 Freeway in Riverside, crashes into pole, starts brush fire
A car being driven on the 91 Freeway in Riverside on Sunday, June 18, left the roadway, crashed into a power pole and started a small brush fire. The car was traveling west on the 91 west of La Sierra Avenue about 1:30 p.m. when its driver lost control, said Riverside Fire Department Battalion Chief Michael Staley.Riverside homeowner fined for illegal fireworks after 3-acre brush fire
The blaze was reported just before 4 p.m. at 7355 Graylock Avenue, near Lenox Avenue, in an area known as Alessandro Heights and was knocked down within an hour by 29 firefighters, according to the Riverside Fire Department. Officials said 15 homes were threatened in the first minutes of the blaze, but crews were deployed for structure protection and prevented the flames from reaching the residences, none of which were damaged, Deputy Chief LaWayne Hearn told City News Service.Uber driver accused of assaulting UCR student pleads not guilty
An Uber driver who allegedly sexually assaulted a UC Riverside student pleaded not guilty Friday, June 16 to felony charges. Lee was arraigned before Riverside County Superior Court Judge Helios Hernandez, who scheduled a felony settlement conference for June 29 at the Riverside Hall of Justice.Meet the moms of viral web series #IMomSoHard
Thousand Oaks: 7:30 tonight. Fred Kavli Theatre at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks.Meet the moms of viral web series #IMomSoHard
But Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley have succeeded by mining their lives as friends, wives and mothers for laughs on their popular web series, "#IMomSoHard." "If you don't find a way to laugh at the madness then it will defeat you," Smedley wrote in an email interview.Man suspected of recording people in dressing rooms of Riverside Target
Jonathan Gonzalez, 31, is suspected of following people into the changing rooms at a Riverside Target and recording them . Riverside police arrested a 31-year-old man on Thursday, June 15, on suspicion that he had recorded at least two different people while they were in the dressing rooms of a Target on Arlington Avenue, officials say.Riverside man who allegedly slashed pit bulla s throat to stand trial
A Riverside man accused of fatally slashing a pit bull to make the dog release his pet poodle after it was attacked by the larger canine must stand trial on felony charges, a judge ruled Thursday, June 15. Riverside County Superior Court Judge Samuel Diaz found there was sufficient evidence to warrant a trial on two counts of animal cruelty. Diaz scheduled a post-preliminary hearing arraignment for June 29. About 10 a.m. last Dec. 24, the defendant's poodle was roaming around the yard in front of his house in the 4900 block of Hollyhock Lane, near Pierce Street, when it was spotted by Devo, prompting the pit bull to trot out of its yard and onto Barajas' property, according to the county Department of Animal Services.San Bernardino Businesswoman Wins Local InnovateHer Competition
Riverside, Ca. - The Inland Empire Women's Business Center is pleased to announce NaChe' Thompson of NACHE Innovations, LLC as the winner in their locally hosted competition for the U.S. Small Business Administration's 2017 InnovateHER Challenge.Moms unite for I Mom So Hard at the Riverside Fox
The I Mom So Hard tour stops by the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside on Monday, June 19. Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley have turned the joy, perils and sometimes absurd motherhood situations such as diapers, lost keys and stretchmarks into a popular comedy act. The duo will bring their I Mom So Hard tour to the Fox Performing Arts Center on Monday and will let the stories fly.It's almost time to get wet, catch a drive-in movie or enjoy the extra hours of daylight
For us Southern Californians, the first day of summer doesn't feel much different than the last day of spring. Truck driver Jesse James, of Victorville, runs through sprinklers to cool down after playing basketball during his lunch break at Hunter Hobby Park in Riverside on Thursday, May 15, 2014.Highlights from Riverside Restaurant Weeka s 2017 menus
Multiple restaurants at the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa are participating in Riverside Restaurant Week, June 16-25, 2017. Riverside Restaurant Week kicks off its fifth edition on Friday, June 16, and more than 50 spots will be offering deals and discounts through Sunday, June 25. A list of participating restaurants is at www.dineriverside.com , including details on the ones where you have to name drop Riverside Restaurant Week or Dine Riverside to receive the discount.March Field Air Museum Encourages Interested Volunteers to Attend Special Open House on July 15
Riverside, Ca. - Fascinated by aviation and military history? Interested in working with airplanes? The March Field Air Museum is now recruiting adults who are interested in volunteering to help communicate humanity's reach for the skies and March Field's pivotal role in the development of flight.Sidewalk projects on tap in Wildomar
Sidewalks would be built this summer in two sections of Wildomar if the City Council approves a pair of contracts worth more than $350,000 on Wednesday, June 14. The city's staff recommends that the council award a $131,769 contract to lowest bidder MGB Construction in Riverside to install 1,350 feet of sidewalks, pavement markings, signs and ramps accessible to the handicapped. The walkways would be built on three streets leading to William Collier Elementary School.Should the Riverside Metropolitan Museum close for 3 years?
Visitors tour the traveling exhibition, "Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863, and the March on Washington, 1963," at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum in 2016. A decision is due Wednesday, June 14, on whether to temporarily shut down the Riverside Metropolitan Museum so the building can be renovated and its exhibits retooled.
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