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California Mishegoss - Issue #455: Long-Lost African American Beaches & Vacation Spots in Cali, Nomads No More, Cinco de Mayo & More

Good Evening Friends! I never realized (until the other day when I went to look at a story Patti aske
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California Mishegoss - Issue #455: Long-Lost African American Beaches & Vacation Spots in Cali, Nomads No More, Cinco de Mayo & More
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #455 • View online
Good Evening Friends!
I never realized (until the other day when I went to look at a story Patti asked me about) that when I post stories from “Your Central Valley” news source, it publishes all the stories on their front page. I apologize for that. I never intended to hide stories within a post. I’m trying to come up with a better source.
Each Tuesday, we always think of something different to add that’s special like we do on Thursday’s with the foodie section and Sunday’s with real estate. Today we added a Mishegoss To Do section for the story we posted about 15 Top Weekend Getaways. Check it out!
We’ve included stories tonight about:
California’s Long-Lost African American Beaches and Vacation spots, How Cinco de Mayo Changed History in the United States, How Cinco de Mayo Changed History in the United States, and of course 2 stories in Arrivederci Mishegoss that you should check out.
So you have some reading to do. We’ll let you go, and we’ll see you again on Thursday.
Be well, stay safe, and keep washing your hands!
Mark & Patti
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Here's Tonight's Mishegoss!
Our goal with California Mishegoss has always been a source for readers to have some great and exciting stories for our readers to initiate conversations. Tonight we have some of what we consider to be good ones just for that mission. Like this one below!
Granted today is a huge winner as it is Cinco de Mayo, and also Taco Tuesday, but let’s be honest there is a great deal more to understand about this day and how it has affected the United States over the years. 
Mishegoss To Do
Even More Mishegoss!
Have you longed for taking to the open road and living a lifestyle of a nomad? How about just hanging in a van on the weekends? Or maybe you want to truly be an adventurer and pack up the family and take a trip around the world by van, boat or whatever means is possible? You may want to read this then. Not that it’s the end all of articles about all of what I wrote above, but it gives you an idea of what could happen.
Nomads No More: California ‘Van Lifers’ Locked Down by Coronavirus Pandemic- Times of San Diego
Arrivederci Mishegoss
From the Sutro Baths of San Francisco to the sad, funny, and familiar stories from the 1918 Flu Pandemic, California Mishegoss has you covered.
A Trove of Sad, Funny, and Familiar Stories From the 1918 Flu Pandemic - Atlas Obscura
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Mark & Patti Clifford

California Mishegoss covers the stories that don't make it to the top of the news cycle, but are great conversation starters. Each Tuesday, Thursday, & Sunday, we give you those seven conversation starters.

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