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Human Trafficking, Wine, Beer, & Food, Happenings, & Johnny Cash

It's Wednesday, June 13, 2018, and we're trying something new out! I told you we may try publishing t
California Mishegoss
Human Trafficking, Wine, Beer, & Food, Happenings, & Johnny Cash
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #186 • View online
It’s Wednesday, June 13, 2018, and we’re trying something new out!
I told you we may try publishing the newsletter later in the day during the week as well as publishing an extra newsletter either on Tuesday or Thursday. We dropped the idea of publishing an extra day but kept the one with publishing later in the day. Hope it works?
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Be Well,
Mark & Patti

Update: The Great Race
A few newsletters back (link) we posted about the Great Race which is a race from Monterey to Hawaii via rowing. This is the latest update.
Statement Regarding Team Attack Poverty - Great Pacific Race
North, South, East, West, and Central Coast News
News, stories, and opinions from around California we found interestingly enough to share with you.
`Very Lonely.’ The Unsettling Hum of Silicon Valley’s Failure to Hire More Black Workers - Bloomberg
Letter to the Editor: Human trafficking important Salinas issue
Food, Wine, & Beer
Articles about the California scene when it comes to wine, beer, and food and everything that entails.
The Ultimate Fish Taco Road Trip - Coastal Living
Music, movies, and everything going on in California that might be something you may want to check out.
The Best Free Concerts and Museum Performances to See in Los Angeles This Summer
The Mishegoss Files
Insanely great stuff that could be good, bad, or ugly. Mad, crazy, and anything out of the ordinary that is interesting.
This Guy Stayed in SoCal's Most Haunted Hotels to Separate Fact From Fiction - Los Angeles Magazine
A Place to Call Home?
For Sale: Historic California Ghost Town | The Weather Channel
This Day in History
California is chock full of history and we just want to share the little things we find historically interesting.
Missions in 1798
Lausen dedicated Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, the 18th mission. In 1830 it had 30 square miles of land. They grazed 27,000 head of cattle, 26,000 sheep, 2,000 horses, plus pigs, goats, ducks, chickens and geese. There were wheat fields, vegetable gardens, vineyards that produced fine wine and groves of olive and orange trees.
Music in 1968
Johnny Cash performed a concert at California’s Folsom Prison. The album, “At Folsom Prison” brought new life to his career and lead to a second prison album, “At San Quentin” (19
Johnny Cash - San Quentin (Live from Prison) - YouTube
Johnny Cash - San Quentin (Live from Prison) - YouTube
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