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Ventura County’s 35th Annual MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY – January 18th!

Ventura County’s 35th Annual MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY – January 18th!

“Lives end when we are silent…Get in trouble, good trouble.” 10:00 AM  Online Celebration – Check it out HERE Join us for the LIVE broadcast available online through Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube. Keynote Speaker: Tamika Jean-Baptiste, AMGEN Executive Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Cost: Free How to Join the Live Stream The live stream […]

Seniors Now Eligible to Renew Driver’s Licenses Online or by Mail

Seniors Now Eligible to Renew Driver’s Licenses Online or by Mail

Californians age 70 and older with a noncommercial driver’s license are now eligible to renew online or by mail, eliminating the need to visit a California Department of Motor Vehicles office. Licenses with an expiration date between March 1, 2020, throughout the COVID-19 emergency are eligible. Through Executive Order, Governor Gavin Newsom has authorized the […]

‘Online and vulnerable’: Experts find nearly three dozen U.S. voting systems connected to internet

‘Online and vulnerable’: Experts find nearly three dozen U.S. voting systems connected to internet

A team of election security experts used a “Google for servers” to challenge claims that voting machines do not connect to the internet and found some did. By Kevin Monahan, Cynthia McFadden and Didi Martinez It was an assurance designed to bolster public confidence in the way America votes: Voting machines “are not connected to the […]

Los Angeles, San Diego Public Schools Will Be Online This Fall

Los Angeles, San Diego Public Schools Will Be Online This Fall

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . Public schooling in San Diego and Los Angeles will all be conducted online this fall, the school districts announced Monday. The Los Angeles and San Diego unified school districts enroll 825,000 students, the New York Times reports, but these students will not be attending classes in person this fall […]

PaintLab – We are Continuing Our -FREE Streaming Classes!

PaintLab – We are Continuing Our -FREE Streaming Classes!

  PAINT:LAB More FREE Live Streaming Classes & Win a piece of Art!    We can’t seem to stop ourselves! More free classes. It’s our way of giving back while we go through this tough time. The more time we shelter in, the harder it is to stay positive.  We hope these classes help in […]

LOCAL BUSINESS | FREE Shipping on all Spencer Sauces

LOCAL BUSINESS | FREE Shipping on all Spencer Sauces

Spencer Sauces Now Available Online FREE SHIPPING www.SpencerMakenzies.com Looking to add a little more flavor or spicy to your favorite homemade dish? Don’t worry we have you covered! Now you can enjoy all the flavors of Spencer Makenzie’s world famous sauces at home. Order any of our four unique flavors and have them shipped right […]

GOP Candidate Carl DeMaio Raises Over $3.1 Million Online in 2018 Cycle

GOP Candidate Carl DeMaio Raises Over $3.1 Million Online in 2018 Cycle

San Diego – As Republicans nationwide continue to struggle with online fundraising, one bright spot comes from an unexpected place: California. Former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio has built an expansive and powerful online statewide grassroots donor network as he leads his Reform California Super PAC which most recently backed Yes on Prop 6, […]

Major online privacy bill becomes law after whirlwind week

Major online privacy bill becomes law after whirlwind week

by Chris Reed . A far-reaching online privacy bill that got next-to-no vetting or legislative debate was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last Thursday – the product of a quickly hammered-out agreement among state legislators, privacy advocates, tech firms and a real estate tycoon whose qualifying of an even more sweeping privacy measure for the November ballot […]

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

  . By Stephen Frank The world is changing.  It is estimated that is less than five years 25% of the nation’s malls will be closed.  The use of the Internet to buy everything from baby diapers to world cruises is easy, cheaper and also slows down climate change.  My wife and I bought all […]

Towns take heat from proposed taxes targeting streaming video

Towns take heat from proposed taxes targeting streaming video

By James Poulos . Tempting fate — and mobilized outrage from consumers and their Silicon Valley allies — municipalities around California have zeroed in on a new source of revenue: Online film and television streaming services, and the people who use them. “If the cities are successful in adjusting their existing utility users taxes — and there are questions […]

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