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ScareLA Halloween Convention, August 9-10

ScareLA, the first Halloween convention in Southern California, returns with an unprecedented line-up of exclusive Halloween season classes for all ages and live experiences in the mix.

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Reggae Revolution on the Rise in Topanga, August 16

While in Jamaica working on his next album, Julian Marley, who will be performing at Reggae 'Pon the Mountain, August 16, took the time to connect with California-based photojournalist, Kristie Akin .

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

SFGate

Jesse Draper, host of "The Valley Girl Show," which moves from the web to Fox in August.

"Valley Girl" Jesse Draper with Dr. Carolyn Chang at Quince Restaurant. June 2014.

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WZVN-TV Fort Myers

School day changes leave parents with questions

Lee County students go back to class in 19 days. But, parents at nine elementary schools don't know exactly when school will start or end.

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Pasadena Weekly

Separation Anxiety

To look at me, you would never know that the first 11 years of my life were violent and scary.

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The Willits News

Reggae On The River Celebrating 30 Years On The Eel River

The first weekend in August means one thing to reggae fans from all throughout Northern California and beyond: Reggae! Next weekend is the 30th Annual Reggae On The River, being held once again at the original location at French's Camp in southern Humboldt County July 31 through Aug. 3. Reggae On The River is such an iconic music festival that ... (more)

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The Willits News

Willits fall Art History class calling for students

Kathleen Kirkpatrick will be teaching Modern Art History for Mendocino College on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. beginning on August 20. The class will be offered in the Visual Arts Studio at Willits High School.

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The Fresno Bee

Central California SPCA waives adoption fees for mutts

Adoption fees for all mixed breeds, commonly known as mutts, will be waived at Central California SPCA Thursday in celebration of National Mutt Day.

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SFGate

Still Married and Still Rowing to Hawaii

With 2,000 miles of rowing behind them and less than 400 miles to go, tech entrepreneurs and endurance athletes Sami Inkinen and wife Meredith Loring hope to reach Hawaii in early August, having set out from California on June 16. Exhaustion and a bit of delirium appear to have set in.

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Inside Bay Area

Claim: Tracy principal uses parent's undocumented immigration status...

A yard duty monitor overheard the woman's daughter telling a friend that second-grade teacher Darrel Golden touched her inappropriately, and the monitor had notified the principal.

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Press-Telegram

Get ready for ScareLA

ScareLA returns on August 9 & 10, 2014 as the first Los Angeles convention dedicated to celebrating Halloween.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Modesto Bee

Stanislaus supervisor calls for relief for residents with dry wells

Approved the rezoning of a 2-acre parcel for a Dollar General store on Fresno Avenue near Denair.

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Examiner.com

Eat Drink SF takes over Fort Mason

Running from July 27-August 3, Eat Drink SF will blow you away with their food-riffic line-up of gala events, dinner parties, cooking classes, acclaimed chefs, brewers, mixologists and somms.

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SanLuisObispo.com

Money set aside for Pirate's Cove may now go to Pismo Preserve

On Aug. 6, the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments will consider allocating as much as $175,000 that was originally earmarked for improvements for the county park at Pirate’s Cove to improvements at the Pismo Preserve instead.

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Examiner.com

Cajun and zydeco festivals dominate late summer and early fall

This year in particular, the late summer and early fall represents something of a bonanza for Northern California zydeco/Cajun fans.

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Noozhawk

Keep Gardens Thriving Despite August Heat

With August being the warmest month of the year in Southern California, keeping gardens growing in the heat can be a challenge, say experts at Agromin , an Oxnard-based manufacturer of earth-friendly compost products made from organic material collected from more than 50 California cities including those in Santa Barbara County.

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Edhat

Daily Edhat - 07/29/14

Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks? One of edhat's longest and dedicated subscribers, Flicka, shared her favorite memories and photos about Fiesta from years past.

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Examiner.com

Puppy torturer pleads no contest to killing pet in front of four-year-old child

On Monday, the San Mateo County District Attorney's office announced that Alan Benjamin Velete of Redwood City, California, pleaded no contest to the egregious torture and suffocation death of a young puppy in front of his four-year-old daughter late last year reported ktla.com.

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Sacramento Today

Sutter's Fort Commemorates 175 Years on August 16th

On Saturday, August 16, 2014, California State Parks and Sutter's Fort State Historic Park will present a special "Hands on History" event commemorating John Sutter's arrival to the Sacramento region 175 years ago that led to the building of Sutter's Fort, the discovery of gold and the founding of the City of Sacramento.

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Politico

Politicking off impeachment chatter

Something very strange is happening on Capitol Hill. Democrats can't talk enough about impeaching a president of their own party.

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