Monthly Archive:: April 2020
Rushing to stores to stock up on the essentials like toilet paper and hand-sanitizer creating artificial shortages, and exposing the mentality of greedy people who were willing to
Since the coronavirus outbreak, restaurant owner Cary Redfearn has been forced to lay off more than 75% of his staff at Slice Pizza and Beer in Laguna Beach.
The residents of Laguna Hills have been doing their part in helping slow the spread of the Coronavirus. In following the advice of the government, citizens have been
Large public gatherings like sporting events and concerts are anticipated to be off-limits in Los Angeles until Fall 2021 due to COVID-19, according to Los Angeles Mayor Eric
California Community College Chancellor Eloy Oakley hosted a teleconference via Zoom to speak out about the current status of community colleges and what students and staff should expect
Shelter and rescue organizations across the United States are experiencing an increase in pet fostering and adoptions since the coronavirus lockdown took hold. With people confined to their
For as long as the necessity for people to have access to their favorite content exists, there too will also exist a variety of content-streaming applications. To that end,
As unemployment rates continue to rise across the country and millions of people find themselves in new and unpredictable financial situations, the significance of social services in our
Protestors in Huntington Beach, CA took to the street to protest the elongated quarantine on April 17th. 200+ people gathered at Walnut and Main in downtown HB for
All of us are stuck in our homes in Southern California missing out attending the ballpark for opening day at Angel or Dodger stadium and Spring time afternoons
The City of San Clemente took extra measures at Ralph’s skate park off of La Pata on Thursday by filling the skate park with 37 tons of sand.