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“Season’s Greetings” from Ventura Harbor Village

“Season’s Greetings” from Ventura Harbor Village

By George Miller   Ventura Harbor is one of three Ventura County Harbors, containing ocean and harbor beaches, recreational and commercial facilities, as well as restaurants and shopping, even amusements and a comedy club, in a section known as Ventura Harbor Village, on Spinnaker Drive. The handling of the COVID-19 situation has been a disaster […]

Exciting Charity Holiday Outdoor Boutique – This Sunday!

Exciting Charity Holiday Outdoor Boutique – This Sunday!

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A Call for Consumers to Buy Big This Saturday

A Call for Consumers to Buy Big This Saturday

A great November 28 needed to help California’s small businesses weather worst time ever SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 24, 2020—The state director for California’s leading small-business association today called on the consumer troops to turn out in force this Small Business Saturday, November 28. “No one has to be told how bad it is, we can […]

Consumer Spending Rises as Incomes Fall, Giving Mixed Picture of Economic Recovery

Consumer Spending Rises as Incomes Fall, Giving Mixed Picture of Economic Recovery

BY TOM OZIMEK American consumers increased their spending by 5.6 percent in June while personal income fell by 1.1 percent, giving a mixed picture of a U.S. economy struggling to sustain recovery momentum amid a surge of reported COVID-19 cases and lackluster jobs data. Consumer spending is a major driver of the U.S. economy, accounting for around 70 percent of […]

COMMUNITY | COVID-19 and Shopping at WinCo

COMMUNITY | COVID-19 and Shopping at WinCo

By Randolph Graham According to the World Health Organization, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is spread primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It is highly contagious and is spreading rapidly in North America. As a result, President Trump and his Coronavirus Task Force have called […]

In Praise of Home Delivery Culture

In Praise of Home Delivery Culture

  Thomas L. Knapp Writing at Reason magazine, Liz Wolfe lauds home delivery culture — the increasing tendency of Americans to Netflix and chill while relying on Amazon Prime, Instacart, Grubhub, and other services to drop the goods we consume off on our front porches. Wolfe nails some of the individual benefits, and beneficiaries, of […]

“Champagne and Shopping” Is Back and Bigger Than Ever at the Santa Paula Art Museum

“Champagne and Shopping” Is Back and Bigger Than Ever at the Santa Paula Art Museum

  Sunday, December 8, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. SANTA PAULA, CA – “Champagne and Shopping,” the Santa Paula Art Museum’s annual holiday market and celebration, is back on Sunday, December 8, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.! Admission to the event is free for everyone. This year the […]

It’s Here: The Ultimate Black Friday Shopping Guide 2019 Amazon Edition (Updated)

It’s Here: The Ultimate Black Friday Shopping Guide 2019 Amazon Edition (Updated)

  MASON THIBAULT MASON IS A NATIVE OF FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS, AN AVID NFL AND NCAA FAN, AND A COMMERCE WRITER FOR THE DAILY CALLER This Article Is Updated Throughout The Week, Prices Are Subject To Change*  Black Friday Is Underway Now! Black Friday can be a day of joy for some, but a day […]

“Champagne and Shopping” Is Back and Bigger Than Ever at the Santa Paula Art Museum

“Champagne and Shopping” Is Back and Bigger Than Ever at the Santa Paula Art Museum

SANTA PAULA, CA – “Champagne and Shopping,” the Santa Paula Art Museum’s annual holiday market and celebration, is back on Sunday, December 8, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.! Admission to the event is free for everyone. This year the event will double in size with 25 local artist vendors sharing their creations across […]

Holiday Consumerism: Who Decides What “Nobody Really Needs?”

Holiday Consumerism: Who Decides What “Nobody Really Needs?”

  By Thomas L. Knapp “Wasting resources, capital and income on stuff nobody really needs,” Charles Hugh Smith wrote in 2017, “is a monumental disaster on multiple fronts. Rather than establish incentives to conserve and invest wisely, our system glorifies waste and the destruction of income and capital, as if burning time, capital, resources and […]

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