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  • Aug 08 2022

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    ONE-PS - The Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs, in partnership with the Palm Springs Cultural Center, are pleased to announce a series of Candidate Forums to be moderated by Mark Talkington, editor of The Palm Springs Post. The Forums will be held at the Palm Springs Cultural Center on Saturda...

  • Jun 20 2022

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    Here are the July events at the Palm Springs Cultural Center, if you will consider them for publishing. Thank you.   Weekly Soulful Sundays with Keisha D eventbrite link Sundays 5–7:30 pm. No cover, two drinks minimum Keisha D is a local staple at the heart of the live music scene in Palm Springs. S...

  • Jun 18 2022

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    JTFMax- Who is the inventor of Father's Day? The question of the origins of Father's Day has long baffled people. Some say, Harry C. Meek, a mining accident survivor, invented it. Others point to Sonora Smart Dodd, who lost her father in the accident. Regardless of its origin, the day is celebrated ...

  • Dec 08 2021

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    Hundreds of American college professors have signed an open letter criticizing the campaign to get rid of advanced mathematics in schools, as activists attempt to create more equality by reducing student “achievement gaps.”   Warning that the US would be put at a disadvantage internationally, 911 pr...

  • Dec 07 2021

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    PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – The Bureau of Land Management has elevated seasonal fire restrictions effective May 6 for BLM California Desert District managed public lands within Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, Imperial, southern Inyo, eastern Mono, San Diego, and eastern Kern Counties. The...

  • Nov 11 2021

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    The stampede at last Friday’s Astroworld festival has claimed another victim, a 22-year-old student from Texas who has died of her injuries. Rapper Travis Scott, who produced the event, has urged victims to contact him.   The disaster has now claimed nine lives, with the latest victim, Bharti Shahan...

  • Nov 02 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Now is the time to sign up for health insurance or hunt for a better deal, as this year's CoveredCA's open-enrollment period runs now through Jan. 31.Groups advocating for older Americans urged everyone, even those currently insured, to check out the Cover...

  • Oct 30 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The U.S. does a poor job of steering students toward good jobs, according to a new study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. The study found schools focus too much on getting kids to the next level, and not enough helping ...

  • Oct 21 2021

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    By Katie Fleischer for Ms. Magazine.Broadcast version by Lily Böhlke for West Virginia News Service reporting for the Ms. Magazine-Public News Service Collaboration COVID-19 and the unprecedented economic crisis it caused made 2020 one of the most economically challenging years for communities acros...

  • Oct 04 2021

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    LONG BEACH, Calif. - Mona Rodriguez, the teen mom shot by a school resource officer in Long Beach, is brain dead and is expected to be taken off life support. The officer, who fired at the car after Rodriguez fled the scene of a fight, is on administrative leave - but the incident has reignited deba...

  • Oct 01 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS- JOSHUA TREE, Calif. -- Projects to protect the Mojave and Colorado Deserts stand to get a lot more funding, as Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill creating the California Desert Conservation Program. The program is not yet funded, but the money should come with the 2022 budget cyc...

  • Oct 01 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California's eviction moratorium expires today, and advocates for affordable housing are urging people to apply for help to stave off an avalanche of evictions and homelessness. Danita Churchill, a single grandmother from East Palo Alto who fears imminent ...