• Kooza – Cirque du Soleil in San Jose

    KOOZA is a show that blends, almost to perfection, its subcontinental sounds, its stunning lighting and costumes with theatrical ingenuity and acrobatic wonder – THE INDEPENDENT, LONDON A return to our origins, KOOZA combines acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power. The...
  • House Weighs Bill That Would Add Citizenship Question to 2030 Census

    Nakia Cooper Ethnic Media Services All eyes are on Capitol Hill over the coming days as lawmakers weigh the pros and cons of H.R. 7109, a controversial bill that many say could negatively impact the future of representation and census integrity nationwide. H.R. 7109, dubbed The Equal Representation Act,...
  • Report examines impacts of 2024 anti-transgender legislation

    A staggering 93% of transgender teens live in a state that has enacted or proposed legislation that would restrict their rights, according to a new report from the Williams Institute at UCLA’s School of Law. Utah was the first state this year to enact a bathroom ban, and that has led to...
  • Protejamos los Parques de California

    California el estado dorado de Estados Unidos, siempre se ha distinguido por tener un caudal de atractivos turísticos naturales. Bosques majestuosos, apacibles lagos, ríos y manantiales hermosos, playas de ensueño, y montañas exuberantes. En estos sitios conviven muchas especies animales, las cuales resienten la insensatez de algunas personas que...
  • EarthTalk Q&A: Inflation Reduction Act

    Roddy Scheer & Doug Moss EarthTalk The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), a bill passed by the Biden Administration in 2022 to bolster the U.S. economy, was especially notable for its unprecedented investments in clean energy and climate health. Setting $369 billion aside for climate investments, the IRA incentivizes citizens...
  • Take on Alzheimer’s With Alameda County Department of Public Health and California Department of Public Health

    OAKLAND – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Alameda County Department of Public Health hosted an awareness event on May 8, 2024 with leading clinical and public health experts along with community leaders to discuss Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia (ADRD) disparities that exist in Alameda...
  • Will Californians get any relief on gas prices?

    Lynn La CalMatters Californians pay more at the pump than residents of any other state — an average of $5.34 a gallon for regular unleaded, compared to the national average of $3.64, according to AAA. And in some counties, the sticker shock is even worse — $6.80 in Alpine, $6.29 in Mono and...
  • Did California’s massive COVID homeless shelter program work? A new evaluation probes the results

    Marisa Kendall CalMatters California’s massive effort to shelter homeless residents during the COVID-19 pandemic was a success, according to a new report that says the effort changed the state’s homeless services system for the better. But at the same time, the researchers pointed out a troubling dearth of available...
  • Bring Joy Back to Family Meals

    Family Features While meals savored with loved ones are intended to produce smiles and shared moments, the process of grocery shopping, planning and cooking has become a chore for many families. Take the first step toward bringing back the joy and magic of making your favorite foods with tools...
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