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Los Angeles,California (PR MediaRelease) February 3, 2018 - The California DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) has commenced the pre-sale to put the iconic self-portrait image of John Lennon on California license plates to help fund the food banks throughout the state of California. This special license plate features the famous John Lennon self-portrait image and the slogan, “IMAGINE no hunger.” Read more
Sharon,New Hampshire (PR MediaRelease) February 2, 2018 - Every other week beginning April 2018, a different bestselling author will explore everyday life – familiar joys and sorrows, hassles and triumphs – in an original 800 word essay written exclusively for local newspapers. “The Writer’s Notebook” author list includes: Julia Alvarez, Mary Kay Andrews, Dave Barry, Tomie dePaola, Winston Groom, Charlaine Harris, Walter Isaacson, Dean Koontz, Gregory Maguire, Mary Alice Monroe, Walter Mosley, Joyce Carol Oates, Ann Patchett, Brandon Sanderson, George Saunders, Lisa See, Adriana Trigiani, and Scott Turow. Read more
San Francisco,California (PR MediaRelease) December 4, 2017 - The California Press Foundation has named Jim and Lisa Rule, owners of Acorn Newspapers in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, the Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executives of the Year. Chuck Champion, president and publisher of the Santa Clarita Valley Signal, presented the award to the Rules during Cal Press’ 140th Annual Winter Meeting, held Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at the Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel in San Francisco. Read more
Sacramento,California (PR MediaRelease) September 15, 2017 - Over 45,000 people with psychiatric or developmental disabilities died while living at a California state hospital or developmental center between the 1880’s and 1960’s. Many were buried anonymously in unmarked or mass graves and did not receive recognition or acknowledgment as human beings, in life or in death. Read more
San Diego,California (PR MediaRelease) August 28, 2017 - Today, the National Federation of the Blind and two blind individuals who receive Social Security benefits filed a federal lawsuit against the Social Security Administration (SSA) for its failure to make its Visitor Intake Processing touchscreen kiosks accessible to its blind visitors. Read more