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Cruise- Ship Etiquette Manners “R” Essential

Nothing gets the glance from fellow passengers more then when they follow the dress code – putting on a jacket or tie, for instance – and you show up in the dining room carefree in a Hawaiian shirt. If you want to go casual on a more formal night, head to the buffet. ...

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“Remembering the Mother Emanuel Nine”

Few of us can ever forget the horror that took place at Mother Emanuel AME Church on June 17, 2015, in Charleston, South Carolina. That was the evening in which a young man full of hate and rage wanted to promote a race riot by killing innocent Black Americans ...

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A passion to help incarcerated youth helps CI senior win a Newman Civic Fellows Award

Camarillo — CSU Channel Islands (CI) English major and fall 2016 graduate Ashley Medina, 23, has been named a Newman Civic Fellow. The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors college student leaders who represent the next generation of public problem solvers and civic leaders. Medina is one of 218 students from 36 states, Washington D.C. and Mexico who were named a Newman Civic Fellow, an award from Campus Compac ...

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Oxnard Harbor & Beaches Dial-a-Ride service to end

The last day of service for the Oxnard Harbor & Beaches Dial-a-Ride will be on Thursday, June 30, 2016. The City of Oxnard is working closely with Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD) to ensure passengers are provided alternative travel options to best fit their needs. ...

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Let’s Talk About Race

We're going to change that this year in California. Assembly Bill 2757 will remove overtime, meal break and wage exemptions that have left farmworkers unprotected for decades, finally treating everyone equally who works hard each day to keep us fed and healthy. ...

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AG Harris Files Lawsuit Against Pong Marketing & Promotions Inc. Over Illegal Gambling Devices

SACRAMENTO - Attorney General Kamala D. Harris filed a lawsuit against Pong Marketing & Promotions Inc., a major sweepstakes gambling software provider, for illegal gambling in violation of state criminal and unfair competition laws.  In the suit, filed in Solano County Superior Court, Attorney General Harris seeks injunctive relief and penalties of approximately $10 million. Pong, a company based in Ca ...

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