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Christmas Lights Bring Ho-Ho-Hoardes of Cars

Posted December 18, 2015 by | 1 Comment | ]
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Your tree is up, your lights are strung and your garland is hung.  But what happens when your holiday decorating is too successful?  Reporter Susan Valot says that’s what one Torrance neighborhood is dealing with.
For decades, the area called Sleepy Hollow has been known for its holiday light display. Residents string thousands of white lights from the wispy Chinese Elm trees that line the …

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Where have all the bobcats gone?

Posted May 28, 2013 by | 3 Comments | ]
A bobcat sits in a Joshua tree near Joshua Tree National Park.  Photo
courtesy of Annica Kreuter.

Traffic on Highway 62 streams through the Southern California desert as Tom O’Key makes his way across his property near Joshua Tree National Park. O’Key hikes past a pile of boulders, through native plants and up to the bush where four months ago, he discovered a bobcat trap on his land.
“And when I saw it, I went, ‘This has got to have to do with …

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Churches big purchasers of music performance gear

Posted January 30, 2013 by | 3 Comments | ]

When you think of live music, you might think of a concert or a nightclub. But one of the hottest markets for live-performance equipment is about as far away from a nightclub as you can get: Church.
Susan Valot found out when she stopped by the National Association of Music Merchants trade show, or NAMM Show. The annual music product convention was held in Anaheim …

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