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Hawaiian Airlines Reinforces Commitment To Effortless Travel With Pre-Clear Program

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HONOLULU – Hawaiian Airlines has begun pre-clearing guests departing from select U.S. mainland cities to Hawai‘i under a program allowing travelers with a negative COVID-19 test to bypass the airport screening in Hawai‘i. Hawaiian, which launched its Pre-Clear Program at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) last week, will expand it to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), John […]

January 26th, 2021 | Posted in Business,Van Nuys News | Read More »

President Biden Declares Today A “National Day Of Unity”

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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION I am humbled before God and my fellow Americans to take the sacred oath of President of our beloved country. Today, we celebrate the triumph of democracy after an election that saw more Americans voting than ever before in our Nation’s history, and where […]

January 20th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Pasatiempo Golf Course Ranked #59 In U.S.

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SANTA CRUZ, CA — Santa Cruz’s Pasatiempo Golf Course has been ranked #59 on the top 100 courses in the USA by Golf.com. The outlet cites the course’s “giant paw-print bunkers and large, undulating greens” and its long, uphill par-3 3rd to the par-4 16th hole – all reflecting designer Alister MacKenzie’s vision and which paved the way for his later […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Golf Course of the Week,Travel | Read More »

Dragon Archway Pays Tribute To Founding Chinese Community

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA — A colorful concrete gateway at an entryway to San Lorenzo Park in Santa Cruz honors the final Chinatown in the city and the legions of ethnic Chinese who helped pave the way when the city was in its nascent stages in the early days of the old west. The final […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Picture of the Week | Read More »

Lodging Industry Announces The Opening Of Two New Santa Cruz County Properties

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA — In late 2020, construction was completed on two new properties in Santa Cruz County, offering visitors more choices when staying overnight and expanding the footprint of the local lodging industry. On Santa Cruz’s westside, the Hampton Inn – Santa Cruz West on Mission Street feature a gym, guest laundry, breakfast room […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Hotels,Resorts, and Spas | Read More »

Historic Winery In Santa Cruz County Abuzz With Sparkling Mead

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA — With over 500 meaderies in the United States, one of the largest – also a near-century-old winery and the oldest in the region – is in Santa Cruz County. Now, Bargetto Winery’s sparkling mead – essentially wine made from honey instead of grapes – is getting lots of buzz amongst wine lovers. Bargetto’s Chaucer’smead has […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

Experience The Majestic Redwoods Of Santa Cruz, CA

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA — While 2021 will be a year of recovery and as the travel and tourism industry opens up and life begins again, so too with the forested state parks in Santa Cruz County. Specific to this region, just 90 minutes south of San Francisco on the Monterey Bay, Basin Redwoods State Park, […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

The State of Cannabis: Local Scorecards Provide Glimpse Into California’s ‘Wild West’ Patchwork Of Cannabis Policies

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OAKLAND, CA – For the first time, California cities and counties can measure how well their new cannabis ordinances are protecting youth and supporting social equity. Released today by Getting it Right from the Start at the Public Health Institute (PHI), 157 scorecards summarize cannabis policies in each of the California cities and counties that have opted to permit […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Business,Featured/Main article | Read More »

Tails from the London Zoo, Classic Children’s Books To Be Read To Animals & Kids Alike

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ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos announce virtual bedtime stories – read by keepers behind zoos’ closed doors, Weekends from Saturday 16 January to Sunday 21 February  Once upon a time there were two wonderful zoos full of wonderful animals, and zookeepers who worked tirelessly to care for them and teach their visitors all about wildlife.  Then an unwelcome villain forced the zoos to close their doors…so the heroic zookeepers found […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Family and food,Featured/Main article | Read More »

Make ‘Go on a Diet’ Resolutions Obsolete With The Whole Person Integrative Eating Program

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NEW YORK, NY — What if you never again need to make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight or “go on a diet” because your most-of-the-time way of eating empowers you to eat and weigh less? Original, pioneering research by holistic nutrition researcher Deborah Kesten, M.P.H., and behavioral scientist Larry Scherwitz, Ph.D.—authors of the award-winning Whole […]

January 14th, 2021 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

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