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YWCA 2017 People of the Year

YWCA Awardees 2017

The YWCA North Orange County honored four county leaders during its Chocolate Fantasy Awards Gala last month. Each winner was introduced with video testimonials of theirs friends and peers, show here. The Fullerton-based YWCA provides many services for women of all ages, ethnicity and economic strata. Follow this link to contribute.


This should be a great show:  “Audio’s Visuals: The Photography of Henry Diltz,” from April; 15, 2017 through July 9, 2017. "
See it at the Fullerton Museum Center, 301 N. Pomona Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832. (714) 738-6545.​

(Questionable) Story of the Day: Does the state of Texas need money this much?.... read the full story in the Statesman. 

Introducing: Super(fluous) Episode 2

Super(fluous) is about super heroes in a world filled with super heroes--a story of three aspiring super heroes/roommates trying to make their mark fighting crime when they can barely hold down a job, get a date or manage their powers.

Super(fluos)! appears in on a semi-regular basis and is created by Siobhan Doherty and Sean Harrigan.

well, this should surprise no one... Conniving Behavior Found in Dogs.  

Read more in National Geographic, via Quartz.

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    Administered by Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, the network’s seven centers are now offering continuity training to help small businesses anticipate, prepare and recover in the case of a natural disaster. The Seismic Safety Commission grant awarded $220,000 to fund the effort. “The focus is to help businesses plan how they will respond both during and after, say a large earthquake,” said Michael Daniel, director of the CSUF Small Business Development Center. “We’re helping business owners develop individualized disaster preparedness plans that are best suited for their business and operations.” Read More

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