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Cannabis in the CV: Making Your Own Cannabis-Infused Oil Isn't Easy—but It Can Be Worth the Time and Money

Cannabis in the CV: Making Your Own Cannabis-Infused Oil Isn't Easy—but It Can Be Worth the Time and Money

Apr 18, 2018 17:30  |  Charles Drabkin

Spending an afternoon or evening cooking with friends feeds both hunger and the soul—and adding cannabis to the mix can add a whole other layer of sociability and relaxation.

For many home cooks, the i...

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Getting Away With Murder? California Shields Police From Scrutiny More Than Most States—but a Proposed New Law Would Change That

Getting Away With Murder? California Shields Police From Scrutiny More Than Most States—but a Proposed New Law Would Change That

Apr 13, 2018 10:15  |  Laurel Rosenhall, CALmatters

Cops have a lot of pull in the California Capitol, and over the decades, that’s added up to this startling reality: The Golden State now goes further than many states in terms of protecting police fro...

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Democracy in Crisis: While the National Press Drools Over Trump Gossip, Local Battles Over Policing, Civil Rights Go Largely Unnoticed

Democracy in Crisis: While the National Press Drools Over Trump Gossip, Local Battles Over Policing, Civil Rights Go Largely Unnoticed

Apr 11, 2018 22:55  |  Baynard Woods

When reporter April Ryan asked Trump Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders about the failure of authorities in Louisiana to charge the officers who killed Alton Sterling for selling CDs—only days aft...

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On The Housing Crisis: Investment Firms Stopped Gobbling Up California Real Estate—but the Number of Owner-Occupied Homes Is Plummeting

On The Housing Crisis: Investment Firms Stopped Gobbling Up California Real Estate—but the Number of Owner-Occupied Homes Is Plummeting

Apr 05, 2018 13:30  |  Matt Levin, CALmatters

Astronomical prices are forcing a rising share of California families to postpone buying a house. As a result, the state’s record-low homeownership rate has been a boon to one growing segment of Calif...

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April Astronomy: The Month Brings a Meteor Shower, Brilliant Planets and a Constellation Framing the Moon

April Astronomy: The Month Brings a Meteor Shower, Brilliant Planets and a Constellation Framing the Moon

Mar 30, 2018 08:00  |  Robert Victor

The two brightest “stars” in the April evenings are really planets. Venus continues to gain altitude in the west to west-northwest at dusk, as the time of its setting shifts from 1.6 hours after sunset ...

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Going Beyond Cook Street: A Long-Fought-For Valley-Wide Expansion of the Desert Healthcare District Continues to Clear Hurdles

Going Beyond Cook Street: A Long-Fought-For Valley-Wide Expansion of the Desert Healthcare District Continues to Clear Hurdles

Mar 27, 2018 09:45  |  Kevin Fitzgerald

In 1948, the Desert Healthcare District was created by the state of California. Health-care districts were intended as a “response to a shortage of acute care hospitals as well as minimal access to he...

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Snapshot: Thousands Take to the Streets of Palm Springs for the “March for Our Lives”

Snapshot: Thousands Take to the Streets of Palm Springs for the “March for Our Lives”

Mar 24, 2018 16:40  |  Kevin Fitzgerald

Around 10 a.m. this morning, a crowd—estimated by local Palm Springs Police Sgt. Mike Villegas—of “about 2,000 people” joined together to memorialize the lives and untimely deaths of students victimiz...

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After the Fire: Four Arenas Road Businesses Remain Closed Weeks After a Blaze—and the Frustration Is Mounting

After the Fire: Four Arenas Road Businesses Remain Closed Weeks After a Blaze—and the Frustration Is Mounting

Mar 22, 2018 13:45  |  Brian Blueskye

On the morning of March 7, a fire broke out near the kitchen of Bongo Johnny’s Patio Bar and Grille—about one hour before the Arenas Road restaurant in downtown Palm Springs was scheduled to open.

The ...

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