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Articles from the December 13, 2018 edition

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City Water Sustainability Delayed 3 Years After A Decade of Non Stop Construction

It may come as a disappointment to city cheerleaders and cause an eye-roll to the rest of us that the city has announced their plan to become "self-sufficient" in water use has been delayed by three y...

 By Kat Thomas    Travel    December 13, 2018

Life is Sweet in Napa Valley - Intimate Micro-Experiences in the World of Wine, Food, & the Art of Relaxation (PART TWO)

Yesterday I wanted wine. Today I'm drinking wine. Follow your dreams...And drink up bitches!!! So here's to life being delicious, all your moments being postcard worthy, and Cabernet all day,...


230,000 Acres of Oil Rich Permian Basin Properties Are Now Open to Your Investment

Back in 1996 Autry Stephens decided that he wanted to claim his share of oil riches so he struck out on his own and soon named his one rig oil company the "Big Dog Drilling Company." Over the next...


Gleam Davis Elected New Santa Monica Mayor

In an action about as surprising as 25 SM Paramedics and firemen rushing to rescue a homeless guy sleeping on the corner of 7th and Arizona, Gleam Davis was elected Santa Monica Mayor. The Harvard...

 By Christine Peake    Events   

Michael Sargent's New Masterpiece 'The Black Hole' Brings Both The Laughs And The Talent!

Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group proudly presents Michael Sargent's much anticipated all-new, off-beat holiday comedy! Audiences are loving The Black Hole's memorable performances with it's...


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