Round 2 for California Shutdown

Governor Gavin Newsom advised the Californian state to spend the official Independence Day, which falls on July 4, in a different manner this year. By Tuesday, the state had recorded 7820 new Coronavirus cases in a 24-hour period. In an attempt to flatten the COVID 19 curve, the state has reinforced shutdown in 19 counties. On […]

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Best Fights of the Century – 2020

In the Beginning… California was once the hotbed of boxing at the turn of the 20th century and throughout its stint as the mecca of boxing it has hosted some of boxing’s best epic battles, superfights, and legends. There are hallowed grounds in California for boxing but to keep it relevant here are the three […]

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San Francisco – Stay At Home Orders, Citations, and How Businesses Endure

Compared to cities like New York the numbers of infected coronavirus cases and related deaths in San Francisco are relatively low, however the city and it’s people have been feeling the full brunt of the Shelter in Place order that has been imposed by the city government. As of Saturday April 4, San Francisco reported […]

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How to Get a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame

There’s a $40,000 bill to consider before you submit a proposal for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and a wait-list longer than the current 2,500+ stars that are enshrined on the sidewalks in Southern California’s legendary attraction. Now, $40,000 may seem like a lot but in reality you’re essentially buying real-estate that […]

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Here’s Why California Isn’t In The 2020 Pro Bowl

Los Angeles and Oakland fans are finding that settling for a Pro Bowl appearance will be a football-sized pill to swallow this year as virtually none of the All-Star NFL lineup will hail from California. In the upcoming 2020 Pro Bowl only three Californians will be making an appearance at the Camping World Stadium on […]