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Old Hollywood, No Plastic Straws, & California History:Immigration

Good Morning! It's Sunday, July 8th and time for more California Mishegoss. We're still working on ge
California Mishegoss
Old Hollywood, No Plastic Straws, & California History:Immigration
By California Mishegoss • Issue #193 • View online
Good Morning! It’s Sunday, July 8th and time for more California Mishegoss.
We’re still working on getting this new newsletter all about California just right. It takes time and to be honest it’s tough to find stories without hate, politics, racism, and so much more we don’t want to cover to post.
We’ll keep working at it and we hope you’ll hang in there with us as we make this newsletter better? If you would like to get involved in what we’re building just send us some links to stories you find interesting about California. Thanks! 
Inside this issue:
Old Hollywood Lives
Almond Harvest
Food & Wine in Healdsburg
Food Allergies
and more…
Have a great week and see you on Tuesday evening!
Be Well,
Mark & Patti

N, S, E, & W of the Central Valley
How Old Hollywood and starchitecture built Santa Monica’s Gold Coast - Curbed LA
Jumping On the "No Plastic" Bandwagon!
Monterey's Old Fisherman's Wharf Bans Plastic Straws | Patch
Food, Wine, & More
The Tiny Town of Healdsburg Is the Next California Culinary Destination - Vogue
Quote for Today
 “Life is not meant to be easy, my child; but take courage and it can be delightful.” – George Bernard Shaw
More News From Around the State
One of Many Fires Burning
80-acre fire in Palm Springs standing at 20-percent containment - KESQ
California Mishegoss Files
The Best Instagram Walls in Los Angeles for Staging the Perfect Shot
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This Day in History
Forts in 1799
Czar Paul chartered the Russian-American Fur Company. It founded Russian colonies in today’s states of Alaska and California. Fort Ross, on the Sonoma coast was its southernmost settlement. Today Fort Ross is a state historic park.
Immigration in 1905
Part of Angel Island, in San Francisco Bay, was allocated for a US Immigration Station that opened in 1910. Sometimes called the “Ellis Island of the West,” it processed approximately 56,113 Chinese immigrants before it burned in 1940.
Discovering Angel Island: The Story Behind the Poems - YouTube
Discovering Angel Island: The Story Behind the Poems - YouTube
Labor in 1937
A 3-month hotel strike continued as San Francisco union members demonstrated in front of the Hotel Manx on Powell St. Owner Harvey Toy protested with a telegram to Mayor Rossi.
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