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An amazing adventure from Real Guppy Outdoors — Small Fry Go Fishing!

An amazing adventure from Real Guppy Outdoors — Small Fry Go Fishing!

Another amazing adventure from Real Guppy Outdoors.  Made a lot of first time memories today with the most attendees we have to date. The hoop nets are always an exciting part of the day. Today I really was able to see the great work we do. Thank you to all my volunteers who showed up. […]

When the Buying Season Peaks, Be Ready

When the Buying Season Peaks, Be Ready

By Joe Schroeder “Spring is in the air,” as they say, and with that comes a housing market primed for sellers and buyers. Not only do houses show better during the Spring and Summer seasons — thanks to warmer weather and good sunlight— but for many buyers, the timing is ripe, landing squarely between Tax Day […]

It’s April Fools Day 2017 in the news. No, really…Oldie but Goodie — The Spaghetti Harvest

It’s April Fools Day 2017 in the news. No, really…Oldie but Goodie — The Spaghetti Harvest

WASHINGTON, April 1, 2017 – With all the alleged high-seriousness we encounter these days in practically every sphere, let’s start out with a venerable, epic BBC hoax, the kind the media probably couldn’t get away with today. This video bit first aired on April Fool’s Day, 1957 on the BBC. Giving away my age, I […]

Pup Rescued From Meat Festival Now Frolicks on a Beautiful Vineyard in California

Pup Rescued From Meat Festival Now Frolicks on a Beautiful Vineyard in California

As the notorious Yulin Dog Meat Festival approaches, there will be more and more focus on the dogs of China. Here in the USA and Canada, people unequivocally love our dogs and cats, whereas in China some people eat dogs all year around. Contrary to popular belief, Yulin is a festival that was started in […]

SpaceX has proven it can reuse its rockets—now what?

SpaceX has proven it can reuse its rockets—now what?

The long road to reusability SpaceX For the first time, a Falcon 9 booster has flown a second mission. For the first time, a used SpaceX rocket booster has flown again. On March 30, the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket sent its second payload into space, after having launched and landed in April […]

The 10 best science images, videos, and visualizations of the year

The 10 best science images, videos, and visualizations of the year

These are the 2017 winners of the Vizzies Challenge. Greg Dunn, Brian Edwards, and Will Drinker Hundreds of thousands of neurons in the brain. We are all too aware of how hard it can be to explain science. Describing concepts, theories, processes, and phenomena use up a lot of words—and even after careful consideration those […]

Starbucks Worker Receives Apology Note, Tip From Sassy Customer

Starbucks Worker Receives Apology Note, Tip From Sassy Customer

Baristas are pretty accustomed to getting an earful from annoyed customers, but it’s a rare occurrence when they receive an apology card for it. However, that is exactly what happened to 20-year-old Andrew Richardson last Tuesday while he was working at the Starbucks in Bishop, California. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> The day before, Andrew had been […]

Asian dust might be the secret to keeping California’s sequoias alive

Asian dust might be the secret to keeping California’s sequoias alive

Small but mighty, distant dust packs a powerful punch Carol Highsmith via Library of Congress Sequoia trees like this one depend on dust for their nutrients. California’s towering sequoia trees may owe at least some of their vigor to a diminutive source, according to a study released Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. A team […]

2017 Ventura County Science Fair Winners Announced

2017 Ventura County Science Fair Winners Announced

The winners of the 2017 Ventura County Science Fair were announced at an awards ceremony this evening at the VCOE Conference and Educational Services Center in Camarillo. This year’s science fair featured 720 entries from 850 middle and high school students from throughout Ventura County. At tonight’s ceremony, awards were presented in 13 scientific categories […]

Make America Great Hollywood Style — A Photo Essay

Make America Great Hollywood Style — A Photo Essay

Photo Journalist, Marc Langsam was at the MAGA LA (Make America Great Again) – L.A. Pro Trump Rally and March on Saturday, March 25th.  It started on  Hollywood Blvd. and Vine and marched along  that iconic thoroughfare to end at  Trump’s (Hollywood Walk Of Fame) Star on Highland Ave. About 150 in attendance.   There […]