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10th Annual Coats for Casa Pacifica to be Held January 11th

10th Annual Coats for Casa Pacifica to be Held January 11th

Westlake Village, CA – Lydia Gable Realty Group with Compass and Rick Winters of Winters Financial Group, Inc. will host their 10th Annual and final Coats-for-Casa Pacifica charity event at Three Springs Park in Westlake Village, on Saturday, January 11th, 2020, from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. This will be the 10th and final year of the […]

The Best Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables to Eat This Winter

The Best Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables to Eat This Winter

BY ANDREW THOMAS Many chefs will tell you that it’s always best to use produce that’s in season when cooking any dish. While technique is important, using the freshest and most available ingredients is half the battle. Ingredients should speak for themselves, and when arranged properly, can make a gorgeous and exquisite meal. Winter produce offers some of the […]

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Winter storms are expected to drop snow across the United States over the weekend, with winter storm watches in effect in a number of states. In the west, Oregon was set to see several inches of snow before a storm moved into Idaho, dropping up to seven inches. Portions of Montana, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming […]

Cold a Harbinger of Severe Winter to Come

Cold a Harbinger of Severe Winter to Come

  By Dr. Joel Glass and Tom Harris   The past week has certainly been rough on people across eastern North America. The Washington Post reported on Nov. 13 that “The most severe early November cold snap in more than a century has plowed over the East Coast, where record low temperatures were set in the majority of […]

Cold weather is the best time to look at—and photograph—the night sky

Cold weather is the best time to look at—and photograph—the night sky

Grab your coat and your camera, then head out under the stars. Spray Lakes Reservoir Jack Fusco shot this image with a Sony A7R Mark II camera and a wide-angle 20mm Sigma Art lens. Jack Fusco When the temperatures drop, it’s tempting to bundle up inside and live the hermit life until the sun comes […]

Why California Has Been Getting Major Rainfall After Years Of Drought

Why California Has Been Getting Major Rainfall After Years Of Drought

California’s terrain is so diverse, spanning almost the entire West Coast, that the Golden State gets it all, from earthquakes to snow and drought. In some areas, tepid year round temperatures and few rainy days are welcome staples, even tourist attractions. So imagine everyone’s surprise when the state, which was in a drought for the […]

$80,000 in funding needed to keep winter shelter in Oxnard open through March 2017

$80,000 in funding needed to keep winter shelter in Oxnard open through March 2017

A Frosty Day in D.C. by award winning photographer Dana Rene

A Frosty Day in D.C. by award winning photographer Dana Rene

We are fortunate to have been granted permission to share these lovely photos by award-winning photojournalist Dana Rene.  All of them were taken from the Capitol side perspective.   Born in 1974 Dana Rene  been a photojournalist  for 18 years, 13 years in newspapers and currently working as a freelance photographer in Washington DC for […]