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Camarillo, CA | Human Trafficking Operation

Camarillo, CA | Human Trafficking Operation

Nature of Incident: Human Trafficking Operation Report Number: 21-127228 Location: Camarillo, Ventura County Date & Time: September 24, 2021 at 1500 hours Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Human Trafficking Task Force, Ventura County Special Crimes Unit, Simi Valley Police Department, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office (S)uspects,                      […]

How to Care of Yourself & Kids While Traveling

How to Care of Yourself & Kids While Traveling

By Alex Green It can be strange for some of you out there to talk about traveling amidst the health crisis. In a way, you have a point – with colder weather, we entered the second wave of the pandemic, and we are witnessing grim statistics. It also doesn’t change the fact that many of […]

This Week at The Huntington

This Week at The Huntington

  Visit   Donate More Dates to Visit. Evenings, Too! Tickets for July 8–14 will be released Tuesday, July 7 Plan Your Visit Tickets for the week of July 8–14 will be available Tuesday, July 7 at noon. New safety protocols are in place to keep everyone safe when visiting The Huntington. Here’s what to expect: Watch Evening Visits […]

Making the Most of Your Backyard

Making the Most of Your Backyard

BY BARBARA DANZA . It looks like many of us are going to be spending more time than usual at home this summer. Backyards, or whatever outdoor spaces one has access to, have never been more appreciated.  I asked interior designer Vanessa Deleon for her advice on making the most of outdoor spaces. Here’s what she said. The […]

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

The ACUNA Arts Collective Team (AACT) Project in Downtown Oxnard

    by Armando Vazquez The concept of providing multiple commercial business space in one large building or adjacent building is not a novel idea. Putting together public and non-profits together in a multiservice building has been around for a while as well. What is unique about our idea of opening public space for public […]

Best Cities to Retire in the US – 2019

Best Cities to Retire in the US – 2019

ChamberofCommerce.org published the top 100 cities to retire in 2019, a ranking of the optimal cities for retirees based on variables that cover aspects such as cost of living, crime levels, and quality of life. Top 10 Best Cities to Retire New Bedford, Massachusetts Quincy, Massachusetts Warwick, Rhode Island New York, New York Fall River, Massachusetts Troy, […]

Time To Go Banana at the 8th Annual Port of Hueneme Banana Festival

Time To Go Banana at the 8th Annual Port of Hueneme Banana Festival

More than 100 billion bananas are eaten in the world every year. A few thousand will be part of the 8th Annual Port of Hueneme Banana Festival, Saturday, September 28. The festival, with fun for all ages, is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Entry and parking are free. The festival is a banana lover’s […]

How Does a California Family Survive?

How Does a California Family Survive?

    By Edward Ring It’s common enough to discuss the high cost-of-living in California. It’s become a serious topic, at last. But for Californians who are used to paying ridiculous prices for everything, it may be helpful to present a comparison in the form of an annual family budget. How much does it cost to […]

California’s Unaffordable “Affordable” Housing

California’s Unaffordable “Affordable” Housing

    By Edward Ring When discussing the seemingly intractable and growing problem of homeless people living in California, journalists reporting on the issue don’t spend enough time questioning the numbers, much less the policies driving the insane numbers. A recent article in the San Jose Mercury provides a perfect example. The article gets off to a good start with […]

Grand Bargains To Make California Affordable

Grand Bargains To Make California Affordable

    By Edward Ring   The good life in California is out of reach to ordinary people. The reason for that is simple: homes cost too much, energy costs too much, water costs too much, and transportation infrastructure is inadequate. In each of these critical categories, however, grand bargains are possible that would bring California’s […]

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