Month: January 2019

New California law restricts sound measure

By RICHARD BUNNER California State Legislature passed bill AB 1824, on Jan. 1, which included laws regarding veterans’ affairs, compensation for victims of serious crimes, noise restrictions and penalties relating to modified exhausts on automobiles. SEMA, an organization based around modified cars, reported that before this bill was […]

Is Glossier overhyped?

By AMANDA DUONG When it comes to makeup, everyone has their one preferences. Glossier has several skincare products for “glowing, dewy skin” and makeup products that are meant to be simple and lightweight. Like every other makeup brand, some products are worth the price whereas others are questionable. […]

Augie’s shakes things up

By ELLA FITZPATRICK Augie’s, the popular downtown coffee shop, operated from their original Redlands location at the red-brick building on North 5th Street for 10 years. Augie’s is the place in the community where people would gather to study, drink coffee and socialize. Loyal customers were disappointed when […]