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Senate Passes Cárdenas Bills to Name Post Offices in Honor of Marilyn Monroe, Ritchie Valens

Marilyn Monroe Photoshoots by Frank Powolny (6)

WASHINGTON, DC – Late last month, the United States Senate passed two bills to rename post office buildings located in Van Nuys and Pacoima in honor of the legendary musicians Marilyn Monroe and Ritchie Valens. The two bills, introduced by Congressmen Tony Cárdenas (CA-29), passed the House of Representative in October. “I’m proud that my bills […]

December 3rd, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Picture of the Week,Politics Government,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Former Councilman George Christopher Thomas Launches Think Tank

(Government Expert George C. Thomas is an Elected Official in the City Of Los Angeles and is a Direct Descendant of two signers of the Declaration Of Independence.)

Council President Emeritus & Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys George Christopher Thomas has officially launched a think tank dedicated to civic engagement. “Focused on getting things done in government, the “Civic Ambassadors” are the brain children of a new generation of action minded individuals with an ongoing duty to the community. We recognize the existence […]

December 1st, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Politics Government,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Legoland® California Resort Announces Biggest Park Addition: The Legoland Movie™ World!

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Family Theme Park and Warner Bros. Consumer Products Unveil New Rides, Attractions and Iconic LEGO Characters for 2020! CARLSBAD, CA — The audience erupted in cheer and confetti filled the theater as LEGOLAND® California Resort unveiled its biggest gift for its 20th birthday by announcing the largest addition in the Park’s history: The LEGO® Movie™ […]

November 30th, 2019 | Posted in Family and food,Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Ride On The Beloved Cable Cars Of San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Ever ride a national landmark? It’s being done everyday by both tourists and natives in San Francisco. The City’s cable cars were named a National Historic Landmark in 1964 by the US Interior Department’s National Park Service, and it couldn’t have happened to a more worthy institution. The Cable Car Barn, […]

November 30th, 2019 | Posted in Family and food,Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Chairman Santiago To Host Informational Hearing On L.A. County Homelessness In Skid Row

Miguel Santiago

LOS ANGELES, CA — On Tuesday, December 3rd, Chairman Assemblymember Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) and members of the Assembly Select Committee on Los Angeles County Homelessness will meet for an informational hearing to discuss homelessness and potential solutions for the county. WHAT: Assembly Select Committee on L.A. County Homelessness Informational Hearing WHO: The Honorable Miguel […]

November 30th, 2019 | Posted in Family and food,Featured/Main article,Politics Government,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Total Eclipse Of The Sun & Other Adventures In The Antarctic Peninsula

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TRUCKEE, CA — On Dec. 4, 2021, there will be a total eclipse of the sun in Antarctica, a region most can only dream about. However, the international expert in small ship expedition cruising, AdventureSmith Explorations, announces limited availability for voyages to the Antarctic Peninsula to witness this phenomenon that will only be seen in […]

November 30th, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Close Encounters Of The Reindeer & Polar Bear Kind On Arctic Adventure

Polar Bear In Arctic

PROVIDENCE, RI — In an ancient ice age the four-legged critter we associate with Santa’s sleigh lived as far south as Tennessee. Whether those reindeer picked up a southern drawl is still up for debate. What’s non-debatable is that Rangifer tarandus or reindeer (aka caribou), meaning snow shoveler, was so named by the Mi’kmaq, who were among […]

November 30th, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Picture of the Week,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

House Passes Cárdenas Bills to Name Post Offices in Honor of Marilyn Monroe, Ritchie Valens

Marilyn Monroe Post Office in Van Nuys

The bills rename two post office buildings located in Van Nuys and Pacoima after Monroe and Valens WASHINGTON, DC — Today, the House of Representatives passed two bills sponsored by Congressmen Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) to rename two post offices after the legendary musicians Marilyn Monroe and Ritchie Valens. The two trailblazers of pop and rock […]

October 16th, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Picture of the Week,Van Nuys News | Read More »

London Transport Museum Opens New Interactive Exhibition

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LONDON, ENGLAND, U.K. — Visitors will get the chance to experience an ‘abandoned’ Tube station underworld and discover what secrets lurk beneath our busy streets at a new Hidden London exhibition recently opened at the London Transport Museum. Hidden London: the Exhibition takes people on an immersive journey of some of London’s most secret spaces […]

October 14th, 2019 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

48 Hours In Liverpool, What Do You Do?

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Liverpool, the birthplace of The Beatles, was once an industrial hub and has since become a cultural haven. Small and large art galleries are scattered about the city and you can’t rock up to a pub without seeing some great live music. The city continues to update itself, most notably with the Old Docks which have been […]

October 6th, 2019 | Posted in Entertainment,Family and food,Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

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