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Kollaboration 20th Anniversary Virtual Showcase

Non-profit organization hosts a virtual celebration featuring talented Asian American and Pacific Islander artists including Ruby Ibarra, Megan Lee, David Choi, CLARA, Ben Chung, and Jason Yang. LOS ANGELES –  On December 12,  Kollaboration will be virtually celebrating its 20 year anniversary of inspiring and promoting the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) creative community in media and entertainment. The …

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CAPE – The Never List Virtual Panel

Join CAPE for a conversation with the cast and director of THE NEVER LIST, an upcoming indie film directed by Michelle Mower and starring Fivel Stewart, BooBoo Stewart, Keiko Agena, and Andrew Kai. Panel will be moderated by Michael Tow. After the sudden death of her best friend, a straight-laced teen sets out to fulfill the secret list of outrageous acts …

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Potential PSPS Update: Due to Improved Weather Conditions, Scope of Public Safety Power Shutoff Significantly Reduced. PG&E May Still Proactively Turn Off Power for Safety in Targeted Portions of Five Counties Beginning Early Monday Morning

Approximately 8,500 customers could be affected by the Public Safety Power Shutoff | This figure is an 91% reduction in customer impact from previous estimates | Potentially impacted customers will be receiving notifications today on possible de-energizations SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Due to substantial changes overnight in terms of the severity and location of the strongest winds along with improved …

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Potential Early Monday PSPS Event: Forecasted High Winds and Dry Conditions Mean PG&E Might Need to Proactively Turn Off Power for Safety in Targeted Portions of 15 Counties and Five Tribal Communities

Approximately 130,000 customers who might be affected by the Public Safety Power Shutoff are receiving the initial notifications today, two days ahead of the potential event SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has notified customers in targeted portions of 15 counties and five tribal communities about a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) starting early Monday …

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PG&E Reminds Customers: LED Holiday Lights Are the Safest Way to Brighten Up the Season—and Help Save Money

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— Holiday lights and decorations are already popping up around many communities in Northern and Central California—offering a dash of much-needed cheer in 2020. As those lights go up indoors or outside, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) reminds customers to use energy efficient bulbs, which are the safest option and can help save money. “Holidays are a …

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Get out there and show the love – “Keep it local King County” campaign launches to support regional small businesses

King County Executive Dow Constantine kicked off a new social media campaign to encourage people to discover offerings from arts organizations, gyms, restaurants, and retailers as the region embraces new public health instructions. This effort follows the successful awarding of financial and technical assistance to hundreds of King County businesses. As King County follows statewide temporary restrictions on public gatherings, …

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Chukchansi Resort & Casion has over 30 Table Games with Health/ Safety Protocols

The renovation to Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino’s AAA Four Diamond Resort is complete. The resort also takes enhanced health and safety measures for its guests and team members. The resort has placed strict cleaning and disinfecting practices to provide the cleanest, safest experience possible. The rooms have been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, utilizing hospital grade disinfectant that kills 99.9% …

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COVID-19 Update: State Moves San Mateo County Into “Orange” Tier

Shopping malls, restaurants, places of worship can operate at higher capacity, additional restrictions eased The state of California today announced the easing of certain restrictions on businesses, indoor and outdoor gatherings and other activities in San Mateo County. The changes take effect at 12:01 on Wednesday morning. With the risk from coronavirus now officially declared “moderate,” the county moves into …

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