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Phillip Silverstein Transports Viewers Around the World Without Leaving the Living Room with his Fine Art

Phillip Silverstein Transports Viewers Around the World Without Leaving the Living Room with his Fine Art

      International photographer Phillip Silverstein transports viewers around the world without leaving the living room with his fine art imagery. With the pent up feeling that plagues the minds of citizens everywhere due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are all itching for a sense of travel and wanderlust. 52 countries and counting, Silverstein […]

Large worship places will have trouble meeting new CA guidelines; Chula Vista South Bay United Pentecostal appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

Large worship places will have trouble meeting new CA guidelines; Chula Vista South Bay United Pentecostal appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

By Michael Hernandez   CHULA VISTA—The new California Public Health guidelines released Monday will be difficult for large worship places which limits attendance to 25 percent of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is lower.  Chances are that larger worship places will need three services to accommodate 300 persons.   (Editor’s Note: […]

Teen Who Sews Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Now Makes Masks for Essential Workers

Teen Who Sews Bow Ties to Help Animals Get Adopted Now Makes Masks for Essential Workers

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON   A 13-year-old boy from New Jersey who made headlines in the past for using his sewing talents to make bow ties to help animals get adopted is now applying those skills to create masks for essential workers amid the CCP virus that has swept across the globe. Sir Darius Brown, who hails from Newark, is an animal […]

A different kind of pandemic is stalking California’s cities

A different kind of pandemic is stalking California’s cities

By California Policy Center If you’re looking for dark entertainment, you could do worse than the reality show unfolding throughout California. First, state and local officials supported the nearly total shutdown of the state’s economy as a necessary response to Covid-19. That killed the sales and other tax revenues that are the life’s blood of local […]

CVUSD Board Uses COVID-19 Crisis to Hide Fiscal Irresponsibility

CVUSD Board Uses COVID-19 Crisis to Hide Fiscal Irresponsibility

By Jim Clark Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) leadership appears to be taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis to make financial decisions that they know will be unpopular, like giving themselves raises and extending contracts at recent board meetings. The reason why this might work is because board meetings are on Zoom now and […]

Dog That Once Struggled to Find a Forever Home Can Spell Her Name and Count Numbers

Dog That Once Struggled to Find a Forever Home Can Spell Her Name and Count Numbers

BY CATHERINE BOLTON . Photographer and filmmaker Leonora Burke, from California, first learned about a tiny rat terrier puppy named Penny Loggins from some old neighbors who were fostering the miniature dog. During that time, Penny had already been bounced around a few foster homes following her rescue at Hancock Park in Los Angeles. While the little energetic […]

SLATE Bistro + Craft Bar donates hundreds of meals to families of Casa Pacifica

SLATE Bistro + Craft Bar donates hundreds of meals to families of Casa Pacifica

Camarillo, CA – Vince Pillard, owner of SLATE Bistro + Craft Bar in Camarillo teamed up with his bartender and owner of Sweetwater Outpost, Justyn Varvais to deliver more than 900 individual meals to Casa Pacifica families in need. Families from Casa Pacifica’s Wraparound Program, Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS), Foster Families Programs, and Nonpublic School […]

The Thunderbirds fly over the Reagan Library

The Thunderbirds fly over the Reagan Library

Just after 3PM today the Air Force Thunderbirds flew over the Reagan Library.  Hundreds of cars lined the approach road to the museum.  Many got out and climbed up the hills for a better view.  When the planes approached, eight in tight formation, got near a gentlemen who had crested one of the peaks pointed […]

Thunderbirds to fly-over Point Mugu, Thousand Oaks, Ronald Reagan Library

Thunderbirds to fly-over Point Mugu, Thousand Oaks, Ronald Reagan Library

By Michael Hernandez  NEWBURY PARK—Lt. Col. Steven Chealander, a former U.S. Air Force Thunderbird pilot, announced during Thursday’s “Fireside Chat” that the legendary Thunderbirds would be flying Friday afternoon over Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Thousand Oaks and the Simi Valley Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.  The flyover will take place at 3:05 p.m. over Naval […]

Pastor Jack Hibbs: 923 pastors have signed the “Declaration of Essentiality”

Pastor Jack Hibbs:  923 pastors have signed the “Declaration of Essentiality”

  By Michael Hernandez CHINO HILLS—Some 923 pastors have signed a Petition and Declaration of Essentiality, that is being sent to Governor Gavin Newsom demanding recognition that religious assemblies are ‘essential,’ said Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs during a Wednesday, May 13 “Church Opening” webinar. The Declaration states:  “The Day of Pentecost is also known […]

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