News Roundup 04/29/21 — The Breeze

After more than a year since closing because of the coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland will be reopening Friday, April 30 with limited capacity and restrictions on various rides. There will be attractions remaining closed for the meantime due to refurbishment and retheming. Both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will sell tickets through their website and app. This comes as the annual pass program was discontinued earlier this year, causing an uproar from beloved fans. As of right now, on

News Roundup 05/01/21 — The Breeze

Fairplex in Pomona to expect arrival of migrant children from U.S.-Mexico border

In an unusual embark, the Fairplex in Pomona will soon begin housing hundreds of children traveling through detention facilities along the U.S.-Mexico border. The temporary shelter will be able to accommodate up to 2,500 migrant children but as of this week, 250 are scheduled to arrive. Where are these children traveling from? According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services officials, the children a

CORONA-WEEN: Alternatives to Traditional Trick-or-Treating —

Many Halloween fans were expecting yet another spooky season this year. That was until COVID-19 came into the picture. This pandemic had no mercy for our beloved holidays such as Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and of course, the Fourth of July.

Many parents have already assumed Halloween was going to be “cancelled” this year due to the obvious circumstances. Spirited parents on the other hand have been waiting for a more concrete answer from county officials on whether or not trick-or-treat

What’s open for travel? — The Breeze

Air travel has been in decline the last few months due to coronavirus. Airlines have reported record-breaking drops in passengers which have led to the cancellation of thousands of flights.

Subsequently, airlines such as Delta began blocking the middle seats of their cabins in order for passengers to practice social distancing. As the holiday season causes a peak in traveling, some airlines have revealed blocking middle seats will not be possible on fuller flights.

Now, what begs the question

HoC: Rocio Garcia —

Rocio Garcia is a guidance counselor and professor at Chaffey College. She teaches Guidance-3, a course that allows students to discover possible career opportunities and prepares them for a successful life. Outside the classroom, one can run into her guiding students at the Chaffey College GPS center in Chino.

Growing up, Garcia had multiple mentors who helped her reach absolute success in academia. Receiving this support inspired her to pursue a career in the field so she can do the same for

Holiday Movie Guide — The Breeze

Holiday films seem to have more of an impact than ever this year as they have become a way for individuals to escape the not-so-normal reality we live in today. Each year, more diverse storylines are being brought to screens all over the world which is proof that times are changing. This year alone, we have seen at least two groundbreaking films released that feature same-sex couples "Happiest Season" and "The Christmas House". Nonetheless, they both have received positive reviews which show tha

Thinking About Visiting Amusement Parks When They Reopen? — The Breeze

Those who are avid amusement park goers could say that 2020 has not been the year to venture roller coasters and high-priced amusement park food. In March 2020, major amusement parks across the United States shut down indefinitely due to COVID-19.

Health officials had become aware that having large crowds in populated areas was a definite no-go.

Folks with annual passes to parks such as Disneyland were saddened by the news, especially those who frequented the park regularly.

In California, we

Inland Empire's Shopping Centers During COVID-19 —

As 2019 was coming to an end, many optimistic individuals were thrilled for a new change. 2020 was intended to be a year of reinvention and prosperity for our country. No one could have expected we would be repeating the economic downfall of 2010, the decade of economic reconstruction due in large part to the Great Recession of 2008-2009. We saw many retailers cease to exist in the 2010s.

The Inland Empire has had its fair share of a rocky economy in the last few years. COVID-19 did not have me