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Steinbeck, Surfing, Robot Burger Maker, Ugly Dogs, Wine & More

Welcome to Wednesday, June 27th. ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS! There wi
It's All California Mishegoss
Steinbeck, Surfing, Robot Burger Maker, Ugly Dogs, Wine & More
By It's All California Mishegoss • Issue #190 • View online
Welcome to Wednesday, June 27th.
ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS!
There will be no edition on Sunday, July 1st. Patti and I will be traveling to Denver Colorado on Thursday so I can give e Key Note speech on Friday. So we’re taking a few days to hang and celebrate my Birthday while there. 
So with that, the next edition will be on…read below.
We decided not to go daily with the newsletter right now, but we did decide to add one day to the schedule. 
So starting next week we will publish on Tuesday’s and Wednesday after 5 pm and Sunday’s after 6 am. Hopefully, you won’t mind the extra day? 
Having that extra day just makes it easier to get you the news on a more regular and updated basis.
Also, we’re tweaking the name a little bit. Starting with Tuesday’s edition the newsletter will now be called It’s All California Mishegoss. We figured that’s what we’re publishing about anyway, right? 
Below is the new logo that you’ll see from now on!

This is the tentative "new" logo
This is the tentative "new" logo
N, S, E, & W of the Central Valley
Americana: Engines still roaring on California railroad
Food, Wine, & Beer
Sacramento's Rising Food Artisans - Sacramento Magazine - June 2018 - Sacramento, California
Other News - Environment/Water/Fire/Air
WESTERN WATER: Dry wells, sinking land and fears of a global food crisis -- Monday, June 25, 2018 -- www.eenews.net
A Picture Worth 1,000 Words or More
Wildfires in Northern California | NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)
Happenings
Miss California pageant is Saturday in downtown Fresno - YOURCENTRALVALLEY
Humpback whales are back in the waters off SLO County | The Tribune
The Mishegoss Files
Bulldog named Zsa Zsa wins World's Ugliest Dog contest at Sonoma-Marin Fair | abc30.com
Ever Notice These 6 L.A. Buildings That Look Like What They Were? - Los Angeles Magazine
This Day in History
Public Health in 1899
Bubonic plague reached San Francisco although political leaders denied it. Governor Henry Gage declared it a crime to publish its existence. By 1904 more than 100 people died from “syphilitic septicemia,” the official pseudonym of plague.
A Science Odyssey:  Bubonic Plague in San Fransisco - YouTube
A Science Odyssey: Bubonic Plague in San Fransisco - YouTube
These Just Go Together!
Roads in 1985
Route 66, the highway from Chicago to Santa Monica, was declassified as a highway. It was one of the first in the U.S. and is featured in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath (1939).
Steinbeck in 1902
John Steinbeck, author, was born in Salinas. Some of his 27 books portray life in California, like The Grapes of Wrath (1939), which tells the hard luck Dust Bowl journey of people chasing a dream of a better life that leads them to California. The film version starred Henry Fonda.
The Grapes of Wrath 1940 full movie - YouTube
The Grapes of Wrath 1940 full movie - YouTube
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