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Santa Paula: Peter Sellars Creates Musical Promenade on Main Street

Santa Paula: Peter Sellars Creates Musical Promenade on Main Street

By Sheryl Hamlin The Peter Sellars’ genius for staging translated into an audience roving between two popup stages on Santa Paula’s Main Street for the closing night of the Ojai Music Festival on Sunday June 12, 2016. The genius in the audience movement created unintended audience interaction, conversations, chance meetings and a sense of fluidity […]

Unstable Home Life Motivated Her to Build a Better Future

Unstable Home Life Motivated Her to Build a Better Future

IrieAnn Harris had no choice but to grow up fast. Due to family problems, she says the responsibility of caring for her three youngest siblings fell primarily to her. “I would get up, go to school, come home right away, watch the kids until they went to bed and clean the house and make food […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Tylenol

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Tylenol

Acetaminophen, patient more commonly known as Tylenol, cialis is one of the most popular over-the-counter pain medications we encounter. Popping a couple Tylenol pills when you have a headache is as routine as brushing your teeth before you go to bed. But based on recent research, physician acetaminophen’s short- and long-term side effects may involve […]

Oakheart Country Music Festival — Some Good Old Fun!

Oakheart Country Music Festival  — Some Good Old Fun!

In case you missed last week’s, Oakheart 2016  here’s your opportunity to get a taste of this local country musical festival held in Thousand Oaks, California on June 4th.  We are invited to the party through photographer Marc Langsam’s work.  Langsam is our resident eagle eyed artist with a camera.  . National Anthem . Hannah […]

Terrorists Could Soon Bring Down Cities With Cyber Attacks

Terrorists Could Soon Bring Down Cities With Cyber Attacks

Terrorist groups like al-Qaida and Islamic State are inching closer to having the cyber capability to electronically shut down entire cities. According to director of the United Kingdom’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Robert Hannigan, as more items like cars become connected to the Internet, the risk to large cities and population centers grows. “At some […]

Carbon Planets May Have Given Rise To Universe’s First Life

Carbon Planets May Have Given Rise To Universe’s First Life

Planet formation in the early universe may have created potentially habitable carbon planets consisting of graphite, illness carbides, and diamond, according to a new study scheduled to appear in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. According to a statement from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, astronomers might find these carbon-rich worlds by searching […]

Injectable Migraine Treatment Prevents Pain Before It Starts

Injectable Migraine Treatment Prevents Pain Before It Starts

There is no cure for migraines, diagnosis and most preventive treatments take quite a while to become effective. Because migraines can be debilitating and draining, researchers have been working on developing a medicine that could prevent another migraine within a few days, halting it before it appears. Now, researchers at Teva Pharmaceuticals in Frazer, Penn. […]

LISA Pathfinder Mission Paves Way for Space-based Detection of Gravitational Waves

LISA Pathfinder Mission Paves Way for Space-based Detection of Gravitational Waves

LISA Pathfinder, mind a mission led by the European Space Agency (ESA) with contributions from NASA, has successfully tested a key technology needed to build a space-based observatory for detecting gravitational waves. These tiny ripples in the fabric of space, predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago, were first seen last year by the ground-based […]

Veterans Bond Over Fishing and Military Service

Veterans Bond Over Fishing and Military Service

By Tim Pompey What do deep sea fishing and military service have in common? For Brian Barber, a retired Marine sergeant and president of Anglers Anonymous Ventura Coast (www.anglersanonymousvc.weebly.com), it’s about carrying out a mission. “To me, it’s almost like doing another field exercise,” he explained. “When I’m with my military brothers and sisters doing […]

Listen To The Eerie Humming Sounds Of Ancient Stars

Listen To The Eerie Humming Sounds Of Ancient Stars

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register In space, there is no sound. But if you know how to listen, you might just pick up a few resonant acoustic oscillations coming from some of the oldest stars in our galaxy. That’s exactly what astrophysicists from the University of Birmingham School of Physics and Astronomy have done by capturing […]