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Vaping Vs Tobacco

COVID 19, a primarily respiratory disease, has become the cause of a Pandemic. At this time, other sources of respiratory diseases like smoking or vaping increase the chances of contracting the virus. However, the recent campaigns against e-cigarette seem to create a binary between smoking tobacco and vaping. The worst fact about this circumstance is […]

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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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 […]

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Superbloom in California

This last year, California went from the driest rainfall since 2006 to the wettest rainfall in over a decade. With all this moisture and snowy deluge comes the added benefit of bright-hued flowers painting the sands of the California deserts including areas like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in eastern San Diego County, which happened to […]

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“Rain Drops Keep Falling On My Head…”

We could sing it all day long, the rain seems to be never-ending here in California. While taking a day trip with my sisters on Feb 15th to Newport Beach, we glanced out over the ocean, off the pier to see a clear line between the some-what normal blue water and a murky light brown pushing […]

Anaheim, CA - August 10th 2016: Mary Poppins smiles at a young child as she leads a line of children in song and dance in front of Cinderella's castle during Disney's 60th Diamond Celebration.

Disneyland Annual Increases

The happiest place on Earth is becoming the most expensive! Well, maybe not on earth, but definetly in the amusement park world. Guests have enjoyed the benefits of the Disneyland Annual Passports since they were created in 1984. Over the years there have been gradual increases but just in the last couple years, the amount […]

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10 Reasons Why it is Important to Vote

The voting season is upon us once again. With many important topics at hand, Californians have the privilege and duty, as Americans in a free country, to cast their votes in this upcoming November election. We want to share with you 10 reasons why voting is important. Did you know that the turn out in […]

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California Is Burning Right Before Our Eyes

Spreading across The Great Golden State, wildfires have burnt a total of 726,329 acres and some. It’s been over 20 years since natures scorching flames have burnt the amount of acres that 2018 has thus far seen. The Mendocino fire is on record as the largest in California history. As of now, these fires have […]