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College Library Prepares for Thanksgiving by Sharing Guideline on ‘Decolonizing’ the Holiday

College Library Prepares for Thanksgiving by Sharing Guideline on ‘Decolonizing’ the Holiday

Neetu Chandak | Contributor A Massachusetts college library is preparing for Thanksgiving by sharing a guideline on “decolonizing” the holiday on their social media. McQuade Library at Merrimack College posted an article by St. Mary University professor Lindsey Passenger Wieck titled “Decolonizing Thanksgiving: A Toolkit for Combatting Racism in Schools” on its Facebook page Monday. […]

Here’s the Awesome Way Rams Players are Helping Out Wildfire Victims

Here’s the Awesome Way Rams Players are Helping Out Wildfire Victims

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   Southern California had a tough week. Between the Thousand Oaks shooting and wildfires ravaging over 70,000 acres of the Los Angeles suburbs, Californians need a little hope. (RELATED: Packers Fans May Have Just Crowned LA As The Worst Sports City In America) Which is exactly why the captains of the Los […]

A California Miracle

A California Miracle

    By Sigrid Weidenweber When the Santa Anas blow—Californians begin to pray or fret. Fires, set by fiends or started by sparks out of people’s control, once becoming flame are instantly fanned into roaring infernos consuming everything—brush, homes and lives. On Thursday, November 8th, 2018 I received a call from my daughter at 7 […]

The Reagan Library Brings Holiday Cheer to Ventura County Residents – Holiday Lights

The Reagan Library Brings Holiday Cheer to Ventura County Residents – Holiday Lights

Amidst the week’s devastating news, the Reagan Library brings some needed holiday cheer to Ventura County residents.  The Library opened its first Holiday Lights display.  The only glitch in an otherwise fabulous opening night was having to wait as credit cards were processed by hand.  Visitors understood the internet was out.  There had been such […]

Pastor Rob McCoy:  “We have loved ones to bury”

Pastor Rob McCoy:  “We have loved ones to bury”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“We have loved ones to bury, necks to hug, meals to bring, and we are going to do it” spoke Pastor Rob McCoy to hundreds of congregation members and community guests at Godspeak Calvary Chapel located in The Village at Dos Vientos Ranch, 320 Via Las Brisas. The Sunday […]

Devastation in Malibu | The Day After the Woolsey Fire

Devastation in Malibu | The Day After the Woolsey Fire

    By Mimi Cocquyt As I drove into Malibu the day after the devastating Woolsey Fire with my truck and horse trailer, what I saw was devastating. The hills were barren and smoking like the aftermath of a nuclear explosion. The cliffs were still burning in spots from where the fire had raced to […]

80 Years Ago the Nazis Unleashed Their Brutal Campaign Against Jews | Today the World Mourns the Violence of that Night

80 Years Ago the Nazis Unleashed Their Brutal Campaign Against Jews | Today the World Mourns the Violence of that Night

Joshua Gill | Religion Reporter . The 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht on Nov. 9 and 10 commemorates the first time the Nazis meted violence against the Jews in Germany and Austria en masse, destroying their places of worship, businesses and homes, and killing and arresting thousands. Jews and others worldwide will commemorate the tragedy and […]

Carnival Fundraiser for Ventura Family

Carnival Fundraiser for Ventura Family

.   By Tim Pompey It was just a normal school day for 16-year-old George Replogle. A junior at Ventura High School, he boarded his bus on a sunny September afternoon and prepared for the ride home. The one exception was that George has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair. Unfortunately, on […]

NASA’s Dawn Mission to Asteroid Belt Comes to End

NASA’s Dawn Mission to Asteroid Belt Comes to End

 NASA’s Dawn spacecraft turned science fiction into science fact by using ion propulsion to explore the two largest bodies in the main asteroid belt, Vesta and Ceres. The mission will end this fall, when the spacecraft runs out of hydrazine, which keeps it oriented and in communication with Earth.Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech Watch this video on YouTube. […]

How to NOT Solve California’s Housing Crisis

How to NOT Solve California’s Housing Crisis

. . . . By Edward Ring There are obvious reasons the median home price in California is $544,900, whereas in the United States it is only $220,100. In California, demand exceeds supply. And supply is constrained because of unwarranted environmental laws such as SB 375 that have made it nearly impossible to build housing outside the “urban service […]

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