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KERO TV 23
KERO TV 23

321 21st St
Bakersfield, CA 93301   Directions

(661) 637-2320

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KGET TV 17 (NBC)
KGET TV 17 (NBC)

2120 L St
Bakersfield, CA 93301   Directions

(661) 283-1700

Website

Pasadena Star-News
Pasadena Star-News

2 N Lake Ave
Pasadena, CA 91101   Directions

(626) 578-6300

Website

Pasadena Weekly
Pasadena Weekly

50 S DeLacey Ave
Pasadena, CA 91105   Directions

(626) 584-1500

Website

TRAX 06.04.20
06/04/2020 1:55pm

J.S. ONDARA, Folk n Roll Vol. 1: Isolation Verve Forecast: Ive been pulled out of the market/ I am a restaurant worker/ Im not an essential worker. Those lines, delivered in a haunting folk-blues cadence during opening track Pulled Out of the Market, establish recurring themes of struggle and imposed isolation for Ondaras sophomore The post TRAX 06.04.20 appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.

It’s up to us
06/04/2020 9:40am

I cant breathe I hope those words chill you to the bone, that we hear the voices of George Floyd and Eric Garner gasping loudly into our collective souls for as long as we live. African-Americans cant breathe, or jog, or birdwatch, or shop, or check into an Airbnb, or go to a swimming pool, The post Its up to us appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.

A morning of anger turns into an evening of peaceful protest against police-related violence in the wake of the officer-involved death of George Floyd
06/04/2020 9:40am

Carrying signs that read George Floyds Life Matters, Black Lives Matter, White Silence is Violence, No Justice No Peace, Stop Racism With Positive Action, No More Excuses and I Wont be Silent So You Can Be Comfortable, more than 1,000 people turned out Sunday evening for a peaceful protest at Pasadena City Hall over the The post A morning of anger turns into an evening of peaceful protest against police-related violence in the wake of the officer-involved death of George Floyd appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.

Covid Count 06.04.20
06/04/2020 9:18am

Reported Cases in Pasadena and surrounding areas as of Monday, June 1 Pasadena: 928 South Pasadena: 127 Alhambra: 215 Altadena: 155 Arcadia: 87 Glendale: 980 Monrovia: 162 San Gabriel: 139 Total Confirmed Cases in LA County: 54,996 Total Deaths: 2,362 On May 27 Pasadenas Health Officer Dr. Ying-Ying Goh issued an official city order allowing The post Covid Count 06.04.20 appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.

Older Hawaiians against Caltech’s Thirty Meter Telescope leave Maunakea as TMT backers tout results of new poll
06/04/2020 1:03am

As protesters against construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope leave Hawaiis sacred Maunakea mountain out of fear of health-compromised elders contracting the deadly novel corornavirus, backers of TMT are pointing to a new poll indicating a majority of Hawaiians favor construction of the giant telescope. Conducted by Ward Research Inc., the poll shows 61 percent The post Older Hawaiians against Caltechs Thirty Meter Telescope leave Maunakea as TMT backers tout results of new poll appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.

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