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Why Mother’s Day is the most hated day in the restaurant industry

Mother’s Day is one of the busiest days for the American restaurant industry, presenting a massive operational challenge to restaurants. That’s why it gained a reputation among waiters and restaurant staff as one of the most grueling days on the calendar. “Every server knows that working on Mother’s Day is hell. In fact, if I…
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Watering, weeds and what to do about gophers in your garden

1. Be on the lookout for two noxious weeds that require extreme vigilance to remove them from the garden. The first is false garlic (Nothoscordum inodorum). Its flowers and foliage may fool you into thinking that they belong to some sort of desirable type of onion or garlic until you see the plant proliferate and…
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Home prices fell in 61% of Orange County. Did your ZIP drop?

March 2023 OC home price change by ZIP from CoreLogic (Map by Flourish) Home prices fell in the past year in roughly three of every five Orange County neighborhoods. Countywide, the median selling price was $990,000 in March – off 3% in a year, according to CoreLogic data. Sales totaled 2,109 existing and new homes…
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Prison guard union tool and drunk driver Dave Min touts endorsement from police union

Democratic state Sen. Dave Min was elected to the California Senate in 2020 thanks to a massive spending binge by the California prison guard union. The union spent about $1.5 million elect Dave Min, who in turn voted to give them massive raises and giveaways (worth over $500 million) as soon as he took office.…
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The long decay of Van Nuys Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley

On Monday last, I drove to Van Nuys/Sherman Oaks Park for a pickup softball game. I left the house at 8 a.m., which should have left plenty of time to reach my destination.Unfortunately, the 101 was extra grouchy and Waze sent me meandering through a labyrinth of surface streets, including a long jog north to…
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As Title 42 expires, what should Southern California expect?

Southern California communities are expecting to be “deeply impacted” by the end of Title 42, a coronavirus-era policy that allowed the U.S. to turn away asylum seekers at the southern border. Between the state’s proximity to Mexico and a sizable immigrant population that already calls California home, the changes at the border may result in…
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DeSantis ramps up executions as bid for president nears

With his signing of a death warrant for Duane Owen on Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis has now approved four executions in less than four months, ending a long drought where he didn’t condemn any murderers to die. That move comes as DeSantis is on the verge of declaring a bid for the White House, raising…
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Why this drought-tolerant ground cover may be what gardeners need

About 10 years ago, we traded our fescue for UC Verde buffalograss. The transformation took several months, but our grass has held up well against the 100+ degree summers. It demands much less water, so we can be more generous in irrigating our fruit trees and vegetables. At the time we installed it, there were…
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Crean Lutheran softball unintentionally violated batting practice rule that led to CIF forfeit

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Crean Lutheran’s softball team unintentionally violated the pregame batting practice rules that led to it forfeiting a CIF-SS quarterfinal victory this week, Saints athletic director Eric Olson said. The Southern Section announced Friday that Crean Lutheran forfeited its 8-3 victory against visiting Tahquitz…
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One year after Laguna Woods mass shooting, Asian community mourns ongoing tensions, violence

Laguna Woods resident Irene Cheng was out shopping on the morning of May 15, 2022 – the day a mass shooting took place at a local Taiwanese church in the quiet, mostly elderly south Orange County neighborhood. “I saw the yellow tape around the church. Then I heard the news,” said Cheng, who lives in…
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