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  • Spotlight on Wellness Cooking
    Spotlight: THE WELLNESS KITCHEN SERVES UP HEALTHY HAUTE CUISINE
    Can you imagine a world class resort property within a short drive from the heart of Hollywood that you can escape to without the hassle of flying, TSA and droves of crowds and most of all, plastic Frankenfood?As the LA Boomerbabe with a penchant...
  • One of many dogs saved by the volunteers of Orange Cove, CA
    Petition for justice in Orange Cove CA - don't kill dogs - allow volunteers
    The town that would rather kill animals than save them. Orange Cove, California.Please help the Friends of Orange Cove Animal Shelter help those who are helpless. The many stray dogs and cats and animals whose owners don't want them anymore....
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    Drug Free Teen Center for Santa Clarita, CA
    A Drug Free Teen Center is very important to have in any community anywhere in the world. Let’s face it, being a teenager is one of the most troubled times in our lives. We have very little knowledge about the world around us, and we all don...
  • Swastika associated with anti-Israel event
    Swastikas painted at UC Davis frat house incite fear and outrage
    NBC Bay Area reported two days ago that swastikas were painted on a Jewish fraternity houselocated offsite from the U.C. Davis, CA campus on this week. The racist defacement occurred just after the student senate passed a divestment resolution...
  • White Pelican coming in for a landing
    Free Waterbird Festival this weekend in Tiburon
    Tiburon: The second annual Waterbird Festival at Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary takes place this Saturday, January 31st. Free and fun, this family-friendly event beautifully coincides with peak waterbird activity on the bay.. Join...
  • Tom's Farms Civil War Reenactment
    10/11/14 - 10/12/14 Civil War Reenactment At Tom's Farms In Corona, CA
    As the Riverside Civil War History Examiner I wanted to inform my readers about an event in Corona, California that may be of interest. I will be writing the first part of this as a news article from a 19th Century reporter in the area.September...
  • San Diego's 2014 Festival of Sail
    San Diego's 2014 Festival of Sail
    The 2014 edition of San Diego’s ‘Festival of Sail’ kicked-off Thursday with a Tall Ship Parade. The parade formed near Point Loma, passed Shelter and Harbor Islands and ended at the Embarcadero, where many of the ships may be...
  • The Nightclubs Of 1920's & 1930's Culver City, CA
    The Nightclubs Of 1920's & 1930's Culver City, CA
    With the repeal of the Volstead Act in 1933, which ended Prohibition, local bars and diners sprung up all over the area. In reality, booze was freely flowing through the former Rancho La Ballona, as speakeasies and bring-your-own-booze places had...
  • Obama visits California drought - Has other big spending ideas
    Obama visits California drought - Has other big spending ideas
    The country may be experiencing a growing national debt, but President Barack Obama will push a $1 billion "Climate Resilience Fund" it was announced Friday during his brief stop in Fresno, CA.He lauds Congress to approve it as part of...
  • Animal Behavior College donates supplies to help animals
    Animal Behavior College donates supplies to help animals look their best
    One vocational school is helping to make dogs and cats look their best while looking for new homes.Rather than selling their unused grooming kits and supplies when their supplier changed, Animal Behavior College (ABC), which offers programs for...
  • Glorietta Bay Inn, Coronado, Ca.
    Glorietta Bay Inn - A Special Find on Coronado Island, Ca.
    When you cross the graceful two-mile bridge from downtown San Diego to Coronado Island, you'll discover a town that has preserved its unique historical culture and a beach that is rated one of the "Top 10 Beaches in North America."...
  • Celebrate olive oils
    Celebrate cooking with award winning CA olive oil
    Cooking with olive oil, an old world native of the Mediterranean, is one of the oldest multi-purpose agents, along with uses of vinegar. In ancient times olive oil was used for a variety of reasons: medicine, religious practices, skin care and...
  • "Blue Bloods" CBS 2013
    'SAG Foundation' event Q&A with Tom Selleck 'Blue Bloods' CBS on Oct. 10.
    The “Screen Actors Guild Foundation” has three important programs for union members of the “Screen Actors Guild” (SAG) & the “American Federation of Television and Radio Artists” (AFTRA). The SAG Foundation...
  • Homeowners Bill of Rights SB321
    Homeowners Bill Of Rights-Bankers Barred From Seizing Homes in Short Sale Status
    Nevadans who are late on their mortgage payments could find it easier to deal with their bank and possibly avoid foreclosure under a law that takes effect today.State Senate Bill 321, known as the Homeowner’s Bill of Rights, requires lenders...
  • Masonry waterway as it was moved to Plaza Park in San Gabriel, CA
    200-year-old masonry waterway to be dedicated Sept. 24 in San Gabriel
    Community leaders and elected officials will gather Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 10 a.m. to dedicate the restoration and relocation to a city park of the sole remaining section of a masonry millrace built in 1823 for Chapman’s Mill, a cornerstone...
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