The Press-Enterprise – Published Article

The Riverside Arts Academy continued its annual event this year, which went virtual last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Staff Sgt. Kekoa Abraham Santiago, from March Air Reserve Base near Riverside, and his family were invited to the Main Street Pedestrian Mall near the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa for the show. His wife, Lisa Marie Santiago, and their four children also enjoyed the music.

It was the fourth time the academy staged its holiday “flash mob.” More than 100 students from the nonprofit academy took part, including those from music, choir, stringed instrument and mariachi classes.