The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Tuesday that it has awarded almost $2 billion to over 7,000 homeless assistance organizations throughout the Country. Combined, Riverside and San Bernardino organizations were awarded almost $20 million. To see the entire list, click here. The following tables show the organizations in Riverside and San Bernardino (source: […]
Cell phone use during a movie bugs me, whether it is the beacon of light emanating from a cell phone screen in the dark movie theater or the sound of someone carrying on a conversation. Although I know that I am not the only who feels this way, The Hollywood Reporter revealed some interesting findings […]
I drove by Main / University in downtown Riverside this morning to see the Occupy Riverside protest firsthand. There seemed to be more signs than people.
Yesterday, I went to buy a new cell phone at the AT&T Wireless store in Corona Crossings. When it came time to pay, I realized that I had left my wallet at home. This was supposed to be a quick stop before taking my two oldest kids out for dinner. As I was putting my […]