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Reboot Mania In Hollywood

HOLLYWOOD—As many TV fans prepare for absolute nostalgia with the return of the FOX classic, “90210” re-coined “BH90210” it got me thinking about the state of reboots in Hollywood. I mean it seemed to start with “Fuller House” and since we’ve had a ton of TV classics return including “Murphy Brown,” “Charmed,” “Will & Grace,” the list goes on...

“Big Brother 21” Week 6 Recap

HOLLYWOOD—The tide has finally turned America, I’ve been patiently waiting for some drama on “Big Brother 21” which hasn’t been a fave of many fans. I mean there has been some despicable behavior and comments from several of the houseguests, and more frustrating is that one alliance, ‘The Six Shooters’ has dominated the game, until now. During the fifth...

Package Theft In Laurel Heights Richmond District

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department announced on Monday, August 5, that they are seeking help from the public in identifying a suspect stealing packages from people’s porches and doorsteps. The SFPD reported on July 17, at around 8:56 a.m., a package theft was reported to officers on Iris Avenue, located in the Laurel Heights area of the Richmond District. The...

Another Mass Shooting Rattles Our Country

UNITED STATES—It is really difficult to fathom what is going on in our country right now. It is like a common theme that we have a mass shooting transpire in this country every other week. Maybe that is a bit excessive, but it feels like we have a mass shooting in this country once a month and its getting...

Young Innocent Lad Chosen As Blue Boy

HELLO AMERICA—A young lad living in a foster home in Oakland during the early 80s is suddenly faced with a major decision to leave his easy life in Palm Desert for the glitter and fantasy life of Hollywood. George Jovan, painter, musician, sculptor has been making quite a name for himself living and socializing among the rich and famous...

SFPD Break Up Protest Outside ICE Headquarters

SAN FRANCISCO—Officers from the San Francisco Police Department broke up a protest in front of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on Tuesday, July 30.  The protest started on July 30 and ended when authorities arrived on Thursday, August 1 between 1:00 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. The SFPD gave out 17 citations and arrested one protester.  Protesters set up tents...

Summer Dormancy Is No Mystery

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UNITED STATES—California buckeye, Aesculus californica, is an enigma. How does it survive while defoliated for so much of the year? Not all are so mysterious. Those that live in sheltered or forested situations behave like normal deciduous trees, by defoliating in autumn, and refoliating in spring, after a brief winter dormancy. Those that are more exposed in warm and...

Development Firm Announces Permanent Housing Prototype, MicroPAD

SAN FRANCISCO—The owner of Panoramic Interests, a development firm that is dedicated to creating “dense, mixed-use, mixed-income” housing and work-spaces for the Bay Area since 1990, has generated new means to look at housing in an area with severe chronic homelessness. Patrick Kennedy, the owner of Panoramic Interests and East Bay native, has used Smart Growth principles—mixed land usage to...

SFO Bans Single Use Plastic Bottles

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco International Airport announced that they will ban the sale of single-use plastic water bottles in the airport as part of their Zero Waste SFO initiative.  The new rule will begin on Tuesday, August 20 and states, “Airport tenants, vendors, and permittees may not provide or sell bottled water in containers that contain plastic or aseptic paper...

SFPD Make Arrests In Taraval Burglary

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department have arrested three suspects in connection to a home robbery that transpired in the Taraval District on July 22. On July 22, officers responded to a burglary on 44th Avenue at 2:49 pm. Upon arrival to the scene, officers spotted a grey Ford Fusion waiting in front of a home. When the driver of...
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