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Cars of all makes, models, and years were front and center at the 2018 Fall Fling Car Show.
The Bakersfield City School District is in the process of adding solar panels to 15 different schools. So far, five have been installed and the other ten are set to be finished this year.
According to a post by the Kern Valley Search and Rescue, the group had two motorcycles stolen before being burned outside of the facility.
Assemblyman Vince Fong has called for the resignation of Jean Shiomoto, who heads the Department of Motor Vehicles and Amy Tong who heads the Department of Technology.
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Angry parents and students packed a Pasadena Unified School District Board of Education meeting last week to oppose a plan that would close three schools and decimate programs. Under the current plan, Cleveland and Franklin elementary schools, along with Wilson Middle School, would be closed. The district would save almost $2 million a year if The post District plan would close three schools, eliminate sports at Blair appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.
DOYLE BRAMHALL II, Shades Mascot/Provogue: Playing with Tedeschi Trucks Band seems to have rubbed off on the veteran guitarist in productive ways. Lean arrangements and songwriting depth make this Bramhalls strongest and most consistently enticing album, as his guitar expressively colors the gospel-cadenced Break Apart to Mend, slow-burning Norah Jones collaboration Searching for Love, The post TRAX 10.18.18 appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.
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Im not normally a fan of horror films and rarely review them, for two reasons: First, theyre critic-proof, as their hordes of uncritical fans tend to flock to even the worst ones with no regard for reviews. And second, they often are devoid of any sense of humanity, seeking only to offer depraved imagery and The post The latest Halloween is an entertaining thriller with a slam-bang performance by Jamie Lee Curtis appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.
Now that Donald Trump has held himself up as an example of a corporate CEO, a nonpolitician who knows how to best run government, its well past time to examine his assumptions. Big companies ruled by CEOs are top-down organizations, with little oversight except that provided by their own ethical values and government regulations. Monarchies The post CEO/President Trumps business as usual approach is no way to run a constitutional democracy appeared first on Pasadena Weekly.
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