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The Fresno Bee
Citrus growers, legislators push for putting water bond on ballot
Brent Doyel, left, and Geoff Galloway, right, in Galloway's Terra Bella orange orchard which was damaged by this winter's freeze.
Redlands Daily Facts
Inlandia Institute to celebrate launch of a Orangelandiaa anthology at ...
The Inlandia Institute will celebrate the launch of its latest anthology, “Orangelandia: The Literature of Inlandia Citrus” 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the Sunkist Center at the California Citrus Park, 9400 Dufferin Ave., Riverside.
Santa Paula Times
Classic Balloon Festival, Friday-July 25Saturday- July 26
The Citrus Classic Balloon Festival is known as such a great showcase for the area that the woman who created it was honored as Santa Paula's Citizen of the Year.
Santa Barbara Independent
Farming the Fringe
Though bigger-city restaurants and chefs tend to get credit for sparking a broader movement, the farm-to-table aesthetic is deeply entrenched in the bloodline of everyday Santa Barbarans, who've been rejoicing in weekly Farmers Markets since the early 1980s and living off the region's thankfully reliable bounty for even longer.
Bacara Resort & Spa Takes the Spa Experience to New Heights
At 42,000 square feet, it's one of the largest spas on the West Coast. With added features such as an oceanview rooftop terrace, a zero-edge saline pool and an organic Spa Caf, it's also one of the most luxurious.
LA Daily News
Stop zoning free speech at Citrus College: Editorial
That's because it takes purists sometimes to be able to stand up for our constitutional right to express our opinions.
The Fresno Bee
California college's free-speech rules targeted
Vincenzo Sinapi-Riddle filed the federal suit Tuesday against Citrus Community College District.
Los Angeles Times
Students challenge free-speech rules on college campuses
College students in California and three other states filed lawsuits against their campuses Tuesday in what is thought to be the first-ever coordinated legal attack on free speech restrictions in higher education.
Lawsuits aim at campus free-speech limits
A year or two after we bought our home, I realized we were going to have to do a better job of... Tommy Ischerwood, 20, of Chicago, displays a remake of the city's official flag -- altered to include marijuana leaves -- as he signs up supporters to his organization NORML Illinois at the largest pubic conference on cannabis in the USA on June 7. / ... (more)