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2017’s Best Coffee Cities in America + National Coffee Day Deals – WalletHub Reports

2017’s Best Coffee Cities in America + National Coffee Day Deals – WalletHub Reports

With National Coffee Day around the corner and the U.S. coffee industry currently valued at $48 billion, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2017’s Best Coffee Cities in America, along with its list of top coffee deals and discounts offered by retailers during the holiday. To determine the best local coffee scenes […]

McCoy:  ‘The governed must participate in government or the few will rule’

McCoy:  ‘The governed must participate in government or the few will rule’

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The American Legacy Series continues for six more weeks with a lecture given by Councilman Rob McCoy every Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14, Newbury Park.  All are welcomed to hear about the origins of our formation as a constitutional republic.) NEWBURY PARK—“Those […]

From Dishwasher to Millionaire, Ethiopian Refugee Achieves American Dream

From Dishwasher to Millionaire, Ethiopian Refugee Achieves American Dream

When Tashitaa Tufaa first arrived in Minneapolis from Ethiopia in 1992, he remembers craning his head skyward in disbelief. Looking up at the tallest skyscraper he had ever seen, he began counting the stories until he couldn’t count anymore. Eventually, he found out the building had 55 floors. It was a long way from Negele […]

2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers – WalletHub Study

2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers – WalletHub Study

With World Teachers’ Day around the corner and a number of states, such as Kentucky, Michigan and Minnesota, currently facing pension crises that adversely affect their educators, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst States for Teachers. In order to help educators find the best opportunities and teaching environments […]

Rob McCoy:  America “has lost its identity; the pulpits are responsible”

Rob McCoy:  America “has lost its identity; the pulpits are responsible”

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“We are now in a country that has lost its identity.  The pulpits are responsible, said Pastor Rob McCoy at the Foundations Luncheon hosted Thursday by Newbury Park First Christian Church and Godspeak Calvary Chapel.  “If the pulpits are silent, we will lose the Constitutional Republic.   How will they know the […]

Cat Who Worked as a Late Night Hustler Now Raises Money For Charity

Cat Who Worked as a Late Night Hustler Now Raises Money For Charity

While some hustlers might use their winnings for gambling and debauchery, this talented feline is using his earned cash to help those less fortunate. CASHnip Kitty is the resident kitty of GuRuStu, an advertising company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The feline was originally adopted by the office staff to hunt mice two years, but because CASHnip […]

Adorable Kids Asked to Design Cars of The Future Demand Rainbow Headlights, Fins, Wings

Adorable Kids Asked to Design Cars of The Future Demand Rainbow Headlights, Fins, Wings

Kids don’t just say the darndest things – they can imagine some pretty crazy things too. This is why a design company asked ten children to envision what they thought the cars of the future should look like. GoCompare says that they first became inspired to do the project after England announced new initiatives in […]

The anatomy of a hurricane

The anatomy of a hurricane

Here’s how these huge storms form. Hurricane Irma near Cuba on September 8, 2017. NOAA/CIRA What makes a hurricane tick? Whether it’s a disheveled tropical depression or a picture-perfect category five swirling across the ocean like a buzzsaw, every tropical cyclone that forms on Earth has the same basic structure. These powerful storms are just […]

NASA’s asteroid-collecting spacecraft will slingshot around Earth today

NASA’s asteroid-collecting spacecraft will slingshot around Earth today

It has to pick up an extra boost. OSIRIS-REx will slingshot around Earth today. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/University of Arizona Today at 12:52 p.m. eastern time, an old friend will drop by to say hello—and get a firm push in the right direction before it heads on its merry way. It can’t stay too […]

Once Bullied For Her Love Of Bugs, 8-Year-old Co-Authors Scientific Paper

Once Bullied For Her Love Of Bugs, 8-Year-old Co-Authors Scientific Paper

8-year-old girls are not often encouraged to play with bugs and insects, yet Sophia Spencer has become an entomological prodigy-and a role model for other girls interested in biology. The youngster had been teased for how much she loved bugs. Whenever she was seen playing with grasshoppers, the other second graders at her elementary school […]