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Golden State Killer, Central Valley Sinking, Erosion of Beach's, & More
By California Mishegoss • Issue #196 • View online
It’s Sunday, July 15th. Happy National Ice Cream Day. Get your ice cream now!
Today’s newsletter is packed. Packed with stories, videos, and a brand new layout. It’s a little longer than usual, but heck we’re excited! They won’t all be like this! 
Let me give you a quick rundown of the new categories:
Off the 5 - Considering Highway 5 is the main drag from southern to northern California we felt this would be a great title for all of the news inland.
From the 101 to the 1 and Beyond - is all about the coastal communities and the ocean around them.
Legends from California - Is about just that. Legends (people, places & things) that have made an impact on our state.
Of course, we’ve kept the regulars like The Mishegoss Files, Wine, Food, & Beer (although not this week), Happenings. We’ve also added Photos, & Special Announcements. We have a couple this week:
1. National Ice Cream Day-A list of places for free ice cream
2. A great video about Monterey Literary Scene
3. Racing, formula 1 to be exact is coming back to Laguna Seca
Along with all of this, we added a personal touch to some of the stories with me (Mark) adding some personal insight and memories on some. 
Let us know what you think! Just click the thumbs up or down! If you dare you can even write us a note which we will promptly answer. Promise!
Have a great week, Be Well
Mark & Patti

National ice Cream Day
In honor of this very special day, we give you a list of places to go. Enjoy and eat responsibly!
National Ice Cream Day Freebies and Deals - Living On The Cheap
Now, Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Newsletter!
Off The 5
A Sinking Ship?
Proposition sponsor Gerald Meral, a prominent environmentalist, said it’s in Californians’ interests to ensure the flow of water to the east side of the Valley. The Friant-Kern brings water to the city of Fresno, numerous small towns and 17,000 farmers.
“Keeping 1 million acres of land in the Friant service area (in production) is a public good,” said Meral, a former deputy secretary of the state Natural Resources Agency.
Sinking Central Valley canal could be costly to Californians | The Fresno Bee
From the 101 to the 1 and Beyond
How did we get so lucky in that Hawaii brought to California surfing or pakalolo? We should be thanking them for bringing us a better lifestyle. A lifestyle full of culture, community, and tremendous growth.
from leafly.com: Hawaiian surf culture has a relationship with smoking pakalolo (the Hawaiian word for cannabis, meaning paka for tobacco, and lōlō for numbing) that could be hundreds of years old, or possibly longer. The rudimentary beginnings of surfing in ancient Polynesia could be as early as 2000 BC. 
Hawaiian Shores to California Beaches: Surf Culture and Cannabis in the US | Leafly
News Alert: Indy Cars are Coming Back to Monterey
Stay tuned for a blockbuster announcement on Tuesday 7/17 (2 pm) at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Following the anticipated approval of Monterey County Board of Supervisors, @IndyCar will return to Monterey in 2019! 
Here They Come!
Here They Come!
Update:
 We posted about the ExxonMobil drilling in the newsletter on Thursday evening. Didn’t take long for the protesters to get together. We’ll keep you updated.
A Photo Moment by Paul Jimerson
Twin Lakes, Santa Cruz
Twin Lakes, Santa Cruz
Cannabis News
This California Company Makes Cannabis-Infused Strips That Dissolve In Your Mouth
Happenings Around the State
From the oceans to the cities and to the deserts we have the happenings going on in this great state. Come and check them out!
My first trip to California was back in 1961. I was 7 at the time and we cam during the Christmas Holidays. 
The first thing that I was excited about was the weather. I was living in Europe at the time and we had winters. California had sunshine and great weather. Great enough that we were playing basketball in our shorts on Christmas Eve day. What a blast.
Even better was going with the family to Ventura Blvd for cruise night. I remember being all excited about seeing all the vintage cars and hearing the engines rev as well as the smell of gas and rubber when they peeled out. 
It will always be a fond memory.
‘Chrome!’, celebrating car culture’s golden age in Long Beach and Southern California, kicks off Saturday with car show and reception – Press Telegram
The Mishegoss Files
Mosquito Species in California Could Transmit Zika Virus, Study Finds | Everyday Health
Hitchhiking seagull takes 150-mile truck ride along California freeways
Why Monterey?
The Monterey Peninsula has a rich literary history. Authors like John Steinbeck, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robinson Jeffers and Ed Ricketts called this area their home. In this episode of Hidden Stories of Monterey, you will visit their homes and Cannery Row, where Steinbeck famously immortalized the location and residents in his novels.
Literary Sites of the Monterey Peninsula: Steinbeck, Stevenson & Jeffers - YouTube
Literary Sites of the Monterey Peninsula: Steinbeck, Stevenson & Jeffers - YouTube
Legends from California
Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton
Joseph Frank Keaton was born on October 4, 1895 in Piqua, Kansas, to Joe Keaton and Myra Keaton. Joe and Myra were Vaudevillian comedians with a popular, ever-changing variety act, giving Keaton an eclectic and interesting upbringing. In the earliest days on stage, they traveled with a medicine show that included family friend, illusionist Harry Houdini. Keaton himself verified the origin of his nickname “Buster”, given to him by Houdini… more about Buster here.
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