Saturday, June 9, 2012

Fwd: La Bohème Comes To Riverside!

: La Bohème Comes To Riverside!
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Dear friends,
I'm pleased to share with you that Riverside Lyric Opera will be presenting La Bohème at the Landis Performing Arts Center at Riverside City College on June 28 & 30, 2012 at 7:00 PM.
This is going to be a great show, a modern vision for a classic work that will surely thrill you and lead you to fall in love with Puccini for the first time, or all over again.
We have a phenomenal cast: sopranos Virenia Lind as Mimì and Catherine Ireland as Musetta, tenor Samuel Druhora as Rodolfo, Bernardo Bermudez as Shaunard and Maloro Acosta as Marcello.  Rounding out the cast are long-time RLO company member John Hanson as Colline and Lee Conger pulling double duty as Benoît & Alcindoro. Our performances will be fully staged, sung in Italian with our resident orchestra. 
Ticket prices are $45.00 for VIP Seating, $30.00 for reserved seating and $20.00 for Seniors (60+) and Students with a current school ID.  Tickets can be purchased by calling (951) 781-9561.  Please visit our website at for more information about our production.
I take this time to also let you know of a key landmark in our growth: RLO is now a member of the prestigous national opera arts association OPERA AMERICA.  We're pleased to join the ranks of OPERA AMERICA and represent the Inland Empire and specifically the Riverside region at a national level.
RLO has been in our community bringing quality musical performances to all audiences coming on ten years.  As we celebrate our tenth anniversary season, please come and enjoy the show, support the arts and discover RLO, where life becomes music.
 - M.
Manuel Alberto Aybar
Artistic Director & Conductor
Riverside Lyric Opera
4035 Market Street
Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 781-9561 (Office)
(951) 787-7887 (Fax)
(951) 660-6296 (Cellular)

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Fwd: News from the City of Riverside Office of Economic Development

 News from the City of Riverside Office of Economic Development
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June 5, 2012 

Riverside is being recognized worldwide for its forward looking, cutting-edge approaches to economic development, education, sustainability and technology. Discover the possibilities within this City of Arts & Innovation.

UC officials announced May 3rd that UC Riverside had been selected as the location for a shared service center that will process payroll, benefits, and other transactions for all ten campuses and five medical centers.


The UCPath Center will open its doors in July 2013, initially serving five locations with approximately 140 - 160 employees, and will hire more people as campuses and medical centers transition into using its services.  When fully deployed, it's estimated to employ as many as 500 - 600 people. (read more)


The City of Riverside is showing substantial signs of economic recovery, welcoming many new businesses over the past year.  More than 25 grand opening celebrations along with many more new companies that 

Citrus Tower

have quietly joined the City mark strong business growth across several job markets.


In addition to the potential 600 professional jobs coming to the region as a result of the UCPath Center locating in Riverside (see story above), AMA Plastics and Crystal Pacific Window & Door Systems, two major manufacturers, added approximately 300 new jobs to the community and have taken advantage of the City of Riverside's energy incentive programs.  Rounding out the list, companies such as Castle & Cooke, Dr. Pepper/Snapple and Meridian Food Services Inc., a woman-owned food services company, brought another 600-plus jobs to the distribution sector this last year. (read more)


New City Manager makes economic development his top priority 


When Scott Barber was hired as Riverside's City Manager last December, he committed to the City Council that he would act swiftly to develop a new, forward-thinking, collaborative strategy to position Riverside as a leader in this era that has been commonly referred to as our "new economy."


Using Riverside's community vision, Seizing Our Destiny, as his guide, Barber and his team of key personnel that represented various City departments established a set of specific actions and goals that will help Riverside fuel intelligent growth, be a catalyst for innovation, continue to be a location of choice, and become an increasingly unified city that leverages its people, partnerships and spirit. 


As Barber explains "Simply put, the goal of City's Economic Development Action Plan is to help businesses create jobs for our community and every City employee will have a role to play." (read more)



We invite you to celebrate the achievements and continued progress of this City of Arts & Innovation. Please contact the Office of Economic Development for more information.


Scott C. Barber

City Manager
City of Riverside

City of RIverside | 3900 Main Street | Riverside | California | 92522

Fwd: Your June 2012 e-Newsletter from Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod

: Your June 2012 e-Newsletter from Senator Gloria Negrete McLeod

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Budget Update

On May 14th, Governor Jerry Brown offered revisions to his proposed 2012-2013 budget. The revised spending plan estimates that the state has a $15.7 billion budget gap - an amount that is $6.5 billion greater than the amount the Governor identified in his budget proposal in January.

According to the Governor, the state's budget problem has increased primarily because of lower than projected tax revenues, higher costs for schools and decisions by the courts and federal government to block previously approved budget cuts. To close the gap, the Governor has suggested $8.3 billion in state spending cuts and increased revenue from a tax initiative to be placed before the voters in November.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

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