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“Celebrity Big Brother” Crowns A Winner!

HOLLYWOOD—After nearly 30 days of lockdown, cut off completely from the outside world and technology, a winner was crowned for the second season of “Celebrity Big Brother” on Wednesday, February 13. With our final five in place consisting of Ricky, Tamar, Lolo, Dina and Kandi, it was time for someone to be evicted. With both Dina and Kandi being...

Sergeants Receive Emergency Services Day Award

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department honored Sergeants Jones, Hennessey-Jones, Mellone and Officer Yee were honored on Tuesday, February 12 in receiving this year's Emergency Services Day Award from the San Francisco Rotary Club. This year served as the 33rd annual Emergency Services Day, a day to solute first responders who have demonstrated exceptional acts of character, compassion for their...

Paul Mooney Saved Me From Cocaine End

HELLO AMERICA!—For so many years going to school and universities, hungering to understand life and my place in it, most of my teachers and professors had no genuine experience in survival themselves. Everything referenced was based on books or classes they had read or discussed during their respective journey, attempting to find a place in the sun. Somehow, this...

Tiger Wood’s Team Wins Celebrity Cup

PACIFIC PALISADES—A team of celebrities led by golfer Tiger Woods won the Genesis Open's inaugural Celebrity Cup on Monday, February 11. The Cup, held at the Riviera Country Club, was between two teams. Tiger Woods led a team consisting of actor Mark Wahlberg, musician Kid Rock, singer Nick Jonas, NFL Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, Arizona Cardinals player Larry...

Governor Newsom Derails Light-Rail Plans

SACRAMENTO—California Governor Gavin Newsom has changed his mind on the California light rail during the California State of the State Address on Tuesday, February 12. “You may not be clapping at the end of this, so sit down,” Newsom said to the crowd at the beginning of his address. He stated that building a $77 billion light-rail from San Francisco to...

Facing Eviction, Fire Cat Edna Gets Adopted

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) adopted on Monday, February 11, after the cat faced eviction from a department facility, according to an official SFFD statement. The cat, whose name is Edna has been residing in the Department’s Ambulance Deployment facility since being taken in by the SFFD four years ago, according to ABC 7 News. The cat has over...

Colorful Foliage Needs No Bloom

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UNITED STATES—There is no shortage of color for the garden here in our mild climates. If we want to, we can grow various flowers to bloom at various times throughout the year. If that is not enough, we can grow plenty of colorful foliage too. Evergreen sorts can stay fresh and resilient to minor frost all winter. A few...

“Celebrity Big Brother” Week 4 Recap

HOLLYWOOD—All it takes is one night to totally change the game. That is precisely what transpired during the double eviction on the second season of “Celebrity Big Brother.” When we last left off, Tom was the power player of the week winning Head of Household and then won the Power of Veto. Him winning that POV may have ultimately...

Legendary Baseball Manager Frank Robinson Dies

BEL AIR—Frank Robinson, 83, the first African-American manager in Major League Baseball passed away on Thursday, February 7 of bone cancer at his Bel Air residence. Robinson was the only player to ever win MVP in both baseball leagues. Robinson was an outfielder, a first baseman, and hitter who ranks 10th in career home runs, with a total of 586....

“HAHN” Recap: ‘From The Seventies’

HOLLYWOOD—Last week, the bomb of bombs was dropped on Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and the Have Nots,” when Hanna learned that Jim Cryer was behind his attack that nearly killed her son. Oh, Hanna was livid and wanted revenge, and this week’s episode, ‘From the Seventies’ set the stage for what is certain to be an epic battle. Mitch looked...