Brief introduction to California’s 4 main regions.
In Lancaster, California, there’s a musical road. When you drive over it, it plays the William Tell Overture. Unfortunately, it’s out of tune. Here’s why. Thanks to David Simmons-Duffin, who figured this out about nine years ago: — he seems to be the first to have figured out not just that it’s wrong, but exactly… Continue reading Why California's Musical Road Sounds Terrible
On this episode of ‘Dan Does,’ host Daniel Geneen visits the Francis Ford Coppola Vineyard in Geyserville, California, which is known for making high quality wines at every price point. When spotting the wine everywhere from supermarkets, to boutique wine shops, and even Michelin-starred restaurants, people across the country know this wine goes beyond its… Continue reading How One of California's Biggest Wineries Produces Over 12 Million Bottles per Year — Dan Does
In this video we talk about the new California generator ban law, what it means for RV’ers and what we really think about it. If you would like to book a phone consultation to discuss your RV questions you can set one up here: **To learn how to repair 80% of the problems on your… Continue reading WE HAD ENOUGH – Here's What We Really Think Of California's Generator Ban
Kim Kardashian has passed a law exam and moved a step closer to being able to practice as an attorney in the state of California. Kardashian revealed that she passed the exam at the fourth attempt in an Instagram post published Monday. MORE:
Twitter: Facebook: Video description: California, the most populous state in the US has an enormous demand for water. In this video, we want to understand how this water supply is maintained and what some future challenges might be. Music: Red – Nameless Servant Continent – Anbr Riot – Monako Contraluz – Tomas Novoa Dystopian Bliss… Continue reading California's Water Problem
California has paid at least $20 billion dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits since the start of the pandemic. Adam Beam, a California reporter for the Associated Press, joins Lana Zak on CBSN to discuss. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service featuring live, anchored coverage available for free across all platforms. Launched in… Continue reading California's unemployment fraud climbs to $20 billion
Polls close Tuesday in California’s gubernatorial recall election. A total of 46 candidates are looking to unseat Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. If more than 50% of voters approve the recall, the candidate with the most votes becomes governor. Eric Ting with the San Francisco Chronicle spoke with CBSN’s Lana Zak about why this recall effort… Continue reading Polls close Tuesday in California's recall election
It promised to transform how Californians travel but is now seen as a “bullet train to nowhere.” This is why America’s west coast megaproject has been far from high-speed. For more by The B1M subscribe now – Full story here – Executive Producer and Narrator – Fred Mills Producer – Adam Savage Video Editing and… Continue reading What Went Wrong With California's High-Speed Railway
ABC 10News spoke with SDSU lecturer Dr. Stephen Goggin about the impacts of possible results of the California gubernatorial recall election.