Date: October 9th, 2020

A Fall Escape to Morro Bay
Travel

A Fall Escape to Morro Bay

By Greg Aragon One of my favorite spots to getaway on the California Central Coast is Morro Bay, where a surprisingly small beach town hides beside an iconic, 576-foot-tall, dome-shaped rock jetting from the harbor. Located halfway between L.A. and San Francisco, the village has tons of laid-back charm and beautiful scenery. Last fall I escaped to Morro Bay for a couple…

L.A. County Businesses Eligible to Receive $30K Relief Grants
Business, News

L.A. County Businesses Eligible to Receive $30K Relief Grants

The L.A. County Board of Supervisors recently voted to use Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds to create the Small Business Revitalization Grant Program. Eligible applicants will receive $30,000 to use for employee payroll, working capital to continue operations, payment of outstanding business expenses and adaptive business practices needed to remain open….

Creative Writing Program for Teens at Arcadia Library
Arts & Entertainment, Community

Creative Writing Program for Teens at Arcadia Library

Arcadia Public Library is offering free online creative writing workshops through November. The workshops are taught by Arcadia High School student and published writer, Audrey Sloeng, who is completing her Girl Scout Gold Award. Each workshop focuses on a different genre—journaling, flash stories, poetry, song writing, and free writing—and lets teens express themselves and share…

History and Steel Soldiers at the American Military Museum
Travel

History and Steel Soldiers at the American Military Museum

By Greg Aragon If you are looking for an outdoor getaway with lots of fascinating history and incredible old vehicles, I’ve got an idea for you. It’s the American Military Museum in South El Monte. It’s inexpensive, located outdoors in case you want to social distance, and it has tons of tanks, Jeeps, amphibious vehicles,…

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