Monthly Archives: December 2019

Black Experience in the Suburbs

An insightful piece from New Geography. An excerpt. “A couple weeks ago I was privileged to be the guest speaker at a wonderful event. The Cultural Inclusion and Diversity Committee of the Village of Hanover Park, a northwest suburb of … Continue reading

Posted in demographics

Hatchery Salmon

Hatchery salmon are the result of protecting the salmon population after building the great dams that provide so much for California. This article from Action News Now describes the process hatchery salmon take getting to the ocean. An excerpt. “ANDERSON, … Continue reading

Posted in Hatcheries, Shasta Auburn Dam

Riverfront Development

Could be, finally, as reported by Capital Public Radio. This is so long overdue, now get a couple restaurants built overlooking the American River—miss the Rusty Duck—our most beautiful river. An excerpt. “The Sacramento City Council will vote this week … Continue reading

Posted in ARPPS, Government

California Big Waves

Wow, a 75 footer recorded near the Lost Coast, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle. An excerpt. “A 75-foot-tall wave was recorded less than 20 miles off the California coast last month, and scientists at UC San Diego’s Scripps … Continue reading

Posted in Water

Salton Sea Recovery?

A great story from the Los Angeles Times. An excerpt. “It came as a bittersweet surprise to biologists and government agencies monitoring the steadily shrinking Salton Sea’s slide toward death by choking dust storms and salt. “Thousands of acres of … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism

Atmospheric Rivers Cause Great Damage

As reported by Eureka Alert on a study from the University of California, San Diego.. An excerpt. “Atmospheric rivers pose a $1 billion-a-year flood risk in the West, according to a study released today. “Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Water

Suburban Fake News

It’s been around for quite a while, and this great article from City Journal talks about it. An excerpt. “For more than a decade, leading urbanists and their media disciples have touted the idea that a resurgence of cities was … Continue reading

Posted in demographics, History