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How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. ; Credit: URSULA HYZY/AFP/Getty Images As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. Wetlands are drying, rivers are heating up and the Sierra Nevada snowpack is just […]

How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. ; Credit: URSULA HYZY/AFP/Getty Images As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. Wetlands are drying, rivers are heating up and the Sierra Nevada snowpack is just […]

How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

How the drought is affecting California’s wildlife

As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. ; Credit: URSULA HYZY/AFP/Getty Images As the drought stretches into its fourth year, the fate of California’s wildlife is more precarious than ever. Wetlands are drying, rivers are heating up and the Sierra Nevada snowpack is just […]

Eastside Weekend: Beginner’s Bird Walk; Tot Lot opening in City Terrace; Griffith Park storytellers

Eastside Weekend: Beginner’s Bird Walk; Tot Lot opening in City Terrace; Griffith Park storytellers

This weekend’s events include several outdoor activities, including a Beginner’s Bird Walk in Debs Park, the grand opening of the Tot Lot at City Terrace Park and the Griffith Park Storytelling series at the Old L.A. Zoo. Submit An Event Submit An Event Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Looking for Something To Do? Free Events September 19 to 25

Looking for Something To Do? Free Events September 19 to 25

Here are events scheduled Saturday, Sept. 19, to Friday, Sept. 25. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena!     Exploring New Roads is a special fair Saturday, Sept. 19, from 1 to 5 p.m. inside and outside Central Library featuring displays of […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Our beloved 9 year old cat Elodi got out on 9/16. She has been an indoor cat for over 7 years so she’s not used to it out there. She doesn’t have a collar but she does have a lion cut (long hair can be brutal in the summer time with hairballs and overheating). If […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Our beloved 9 year old cat Elodi got out on 9/16. She has been an indoor cat for over 7 years so she’s not used to it out there. She doesn’t have a collar but she does have a lion cut (long hair can be brutal in the summer time with hairballs and overheating). If […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Lost in Silver Lake: Black and grey cat

Our beloved 9 year old cat Elodi got out on 9/16. She has been an indoor cat for over 7 years so she’s not used to it out there. She doesn’t have a collar but she does have a lion cut (long hair can be brutal in the summer time with hairballs and overheating). If […]

Debating whether landlords and tenants share the cost of apartment retrofits

Debating whether landlords and tenants share the cost of apartment retrofits

A building is seen destroyed following a reported 6.0 earthquake on August 24, 2014 in Napa, California.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A new proposal at L.A. City Hall says the cost of retrofitting buildings vulnerable to earthquakes should be a shared financial burden of tenants and property owners. According to an L.A. Times article, Councilman […]

10 books about drought: A reading list for parched Southern Californians

10 books about drought: A reading list for parched Southern Californians

Quench your thirst with these drought picks written by our President, Allison Hill! The full article is below but you can also see it HERE. Summer may be almost over but the heat and the drought continue with no sign yet of the much anticipated El Niño. The headlines and sound bites offer only a […]

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