"California" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Frustrated TeacherThe Frustrated Teacher

A California teacher's take on education, school reform and politics. ...

 
AVCr8teur's Photo BlogAVCr8teur's Photo Blog

A photo journal of local my expeditions in the San Francisco Bay Area and m...

 
long distance love affairlong distance love affair

it's a long distance love affair. and my journey of travels. while i ...

 
BRT Insights - WW Kayaking & HikingBRT Insights - WW Kayaking & Hiking

California river kayaking & rafting paddlesports. Trip reports & ri...

 
Jeffrey and Flora: Living in SingaporeJeffrey and Flora: Living in Singapore

We are a young couple from California living in Singapore with our two dogs...

 


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A new California law that went into effect on July 1 will make it much easier for people to cancel subscriptions online. Since the bill, sponsored by State Sen. Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys), includes all services that have paying customers in the state...

DEVO headlined Burger Boogaloo this past weekend in Oakland. John Waters introduced them to the stage in an epic nearly four-minute-long speech that attacked Trump and celebrated the band: ...Originally from Ohio, why-oh-why-oh-Ohio, they started...

Today at “Muscle Beach” in Venice, Calif., Netflix and Lyft joined forces for a promotional campaign in support of the streaming media site’s (really excellent) dramatization of the origin story for the women’s wrestling leag...

The ruling is in: The Golden State will adopt the California Consumer Privacy Act. The law will give residents the right to know what kind of data companies have collected of theirs and to be able to tell said firms to not sell it.

California Assembly member Miguel Santiago [D-83/@SantiagoAD53] is the chairman of the Communications and Conveyance Committee, where he is single-handedly sabotaging the state's outstanding proposed Net Neutrality bill. (more…)...

West Coast Fog Radio is the absolutely wonderful podcast of garage psych, avant-rock, desert drone, loner folk, ambient cut-ups, spoken word, and other far-out sounds hosted by Erik Bluhm, former editor of the greatly-missed "Great God Pan," a killer...

Someday, The Boring Company's tunnels could become a busy network of passenger-carrying shuttles, private vehicles and bicycles trying to dodge traffic. But right now, its existing tunnel under LA is pretty ahem boring -- save for a short moment...