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California Mishegoss - Issue #349: California & Surfing-A Deep History, The Devil Has a Name, Ghosts Towns, How 23K got Recycled & Returned, Plus More

Good Evening Friends!How's August starting for you? Everything here at the homestead is running accor
California Mishegoss
California Mishegoss - Issue #349: California & Surfing-A Deep History, The Devil Has a Name, Ghosts Towns, How 23K got Recycled & Returned, Plus More
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #349 • View online
Good Evening Friends!
How’s August starting for you? Everything here at the homestead is running according to plan we believe. You know it’s always up in the air with kids, grandkids, and back-to-school, but so far we’re still breathing.
We made some decision finally about the individual sections and flash newsletters that we feel you’ll like.
First, we’re keeping the individual sections. They will always come after the section The Valley. Each section will have its own masthead that stands out, so you see it. You can then read it or scroll by it, totally up to you. Each section will have between 3-5 posts that are not included in our ten posts + 1 Mishegoss regular newsletter.
So in one way we’re not keeping to less is more, but we are in another way. The core newsletter will always be 10 + 1.
We’re going to give this a shot and see how it works. We’re relying on you to let us know what you think.
The only section that will change will be Tuesday’s Thursday’s Food 4 Thought and Sunday’s Homes, Gardens, & BBQ’s will always stay the same. At least for now.
Hope this all made sense? You’ll see it all come together as you read the next few editions this week.
Now for tonight:
  • A review of the movie “The Devil Has a Name”
  • Children committing crime
  • 70 Santa Maria students get to shop for school
  • California and it’s deep history with surfing
  • Recycling and returning twenty-three thousand dollars
Have a wonderful evening, and we’ll see you on Thursday!
Be Well,
Mark & Patti

The Valley
'The Devil Has a Name' Review | Hollywood Reporter
Bohemia lives on in these artsy, budget-friendly California destinations - SFGate
Merced is seeing a disturbing new trend - children being used to commit crimes | abc30.com
Modern Wildfires Pose New Health Risks For Firefighters | California Healthline
The Crazy Stories Behind California’s Most Famous Ghost Towns
Group of coders are trying to make a new kind of map for Fresno County residents | YourCentralValley.com
Good News: Families 'Sleep with the Fishes' at Aquarium - GV Wire
Weed Museum Pop-Up Lands In Los Angeles with a Social Justice Mission
The Coast
70 students in Santa Maria took part in back to school shopping spree
The Rest
California’s Deep History with Surfing | KCET
This Week: Happy 50th, Haunted Mansion - NBC Southern California
New LA Dinner Series Explores the Culinary History of American Slavery - Eater LA
...and then there was Mishegoss
Man reunites with $23K found in recycling sorting facility | YourCentralValley.com KSEE24 | CBS47
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