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Uber and Lyft Need To Make Drivers Employees, Appeals Court Rules

An appeals court ruled Thursday evening that an injunction issued against Uber and Lyft over the status of their drivers was an appropriate measure. CNET reports: The injunction was issued in August by Judge Ethan Schulman of the San Francisco Superior Court, who ruled that the ride-hailing companies must start classifying their drivers as employees in the state. The judge allowed the companies 10 days to appeal the ruling, which they did. The First Appellate District court in San Francisco hear...
Tags: Lyft, California, San Francisco, Tech, San Diego, Cnet, San Francisco Superior Court, Uber Lyft, Schulman, San Francisco Los Angeles, Ethan Schulman, First Appellate District court


Chain Reaction, Anaheim’s all-ages concert venue, announces plans to close as supporters rally to save it

Anaheim’s all-ages club Chain Reaction announced that it would be officially closing its doors after being unable to host live music for the last seven months due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a post on the venue’s official Facebook and Instagram pages Friday morning, Chain Reaction decided to close indefinitely. Noting that the venue hadn’t received any financial help and had no clear path to safe reopening, the post said the club had paid to get out of the current lease. However, j...
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Watch 2 F-117 stealth jets, which officially retired a decade ago, take off in California

The first F-117 lands at an undisclosed location after a mission over Iraq, March 20, 2003. AP Photo/U.S. Air Force, Master Sgt. Terry L. Blevins An interesting video shows the two F-117s that recently deployed to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar departing for a mission in Southern California. The F-117 was officially retired in 2008, but some of the jets are increasingly visible, appearing in skies out West in daylight hours and taking part exercises with other current Air Force aircraft....
Tags: California, La, Iraq, Trends, West, San Diego, Nevada, Air Force, US Air Force, Socal, Miramar, South California, David Cenciotti, F-117, Stealth Bomber, Tonopah Test Range


Lake Elsinore residents accused of scamming older people into sending them money

Three men accused of conspiring with others outside the country to steal money from elderly Inland Empire residents and people elsewhere in the U.S., claiming they were federal agents collecting fines connected to warrants, were arrested Thursday on federal charges. Anuj M. Patel, 30, and Elmer Miranda Barrios, 35, both of Lake Elsinore, along with Barrios’ cousin, 36-year-old William Margarito Barrios of Mexico, were indicted this month for alleged conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud...
Tags: News, Mexico, Theft, India, Office, Sport, Soccer, United States, Glendale, San Diego, Local News, Lapd, Montrose, U S District Court, Los Angeles County, U S Department of Homeland Security


Dodgers’ Alex Wood not drawn into 2017 revisionist history

ARLINGTON, Texas — It is one of many alternate endings that have been suggested for the 2017 World Series (and there are many). The Dodgers should have started Alex Wood in Game 7, the revisionists say. He was the Dodgers’ best pitcher in that series against the Houston Astros and even on just three days’ rest Wood would have given the Dodgers a better chance than Yu Darvish, who lasted only 10 batters in the Game 7 loss. Wood pitched the final two innings of that game in relief, striking out th...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Atlanta, Sport, Chicago, Austin, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Espn, Smith, Rays, Wood, Will, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros


United States: Remote Juries Bring Problems Of Fairness, Attorneys Warn - Cooley LLP

"Can juries decide cases remotely? Technically, yes. But some attorneys aren't enthusiastic about the idea. 'I confess I'm a great skeptic,' said San Diego-based Michael Attanasio...
Tags: News, United States, San Diego, Cooley LLP


How would Prop. 15 impact California’s housing crisis?

By Matt Levin | Calmatters When Californians approved Proposition 13 in 1978, critics of the landmark ballot measure say voters did not foresee many of the unintended consequences of capping property taxes on both residential and commercial land: lower school funding, cash-strapped cities, major corporate tax benefits. Forty-two years later, Californians are about to vote on Proposition 15, which proponents say will solve many of those problems by raising taxes on commercial properties. But ...
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There’s been a spike in tagged sharks off Southern California this year, but where are they hanging out?

Just when marine scientists think they’ve figured out what great white shark patterns might be off the Southern California coast, the sea creatures change course. “It’s one of those unusual years, but we don’t know why,” said Chris Lowe, director of the Shark Lab in Long Beach. “That’s the part that is kind of alluring and frustrating at the same time.” The Shark Lab has been doing aerial surveys from San Diego to Santa Barbara using helicopters and drones to do a census of sharks and attempt ...
Tags: News, California, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, El Nino, Local News, Santa Barbara, Beaches, Southern California, Santa Cruz, Great White Shark, Lowe, Monterey Bay, Long Beach California


How the Pandemic Has Changed Reverse Mortgage Business Priorities, Dynamics

Characterizing the heightened reverse mortgage business activity which is taking place during the pandemic is not universal to every region or professional in the country, but taking a look at measurements of business volume – including Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) endorsement data and HECM-backed Securities (HMBS) issuance – does indicate that the business has remained healthy during these very unusual times. One place this is evident is in a very active region for reverse mortgage...
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Adblockers Installed 300,000 Times Are Malicious and Should Be Removed Now (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Adblocking extensions with more than 300,000 active users have been surreptitiously uploading user browsing data and tampering with users' social media accounts thanks to malware its new owner introduced a few weeks ago, according to technical analyses and posts on Github. Hugo Xu, developer of the Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender extensions, said 17 days ago that he no longer had the time to maintain the project and had sold the rights to t...
Tags: Google, News, Instagram, Ars Technica, San Diego, University Of California, Hill, Xu, BeauHD, Raymond Hill, Github Hugo Xu, Nano Adblocker, Nano Defender, Cyril Gorlla


Organic Flour

Organic Flour Submitted by Bread Pit on October 20, 2020 - 11:31pm. Need a wholesale organic flour supplier in San Diego. Any suggestion ?
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Gun Prohibitionists Cry Foul over Judge Benitez Taking Another 2A Case

Gun Prohibitionists Cry Foul over Fed. Judge Benitez Taking Another 2A Case iStock-1055138108 U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Federal Judge Roger Benitez in San Diego, who has issued pro-Second Amendment rulings at least twice against California state statutes, was scheduled to hold an evidentiary hearing in another gun rights case Monday morning, and that is eliciting wails from gun prohibition groups. Anti-gun groups are already on the warpath against the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to...
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Adblockers Installed 300,000 Times Are Malicious and Should Be Removed Now

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Adblocking extensions with more than 300,000 active users have been surreptitiously uploading user browsing data and tampering with users' social media accounts thanks to malware its new owner introduced a few weeks ago, according to technical analyses and posts on Github. Hugo Xu, developer of the Nano Adblocker and Nano Defender extensions, said 17 days ago that he no longer had the time to maintain the project and had sold the rights to t...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Tech, Ars Technica, San Diego, University Of California, Hill, Xu, Raymond Hill, Github Hugo Xu, Nano Adblocker, Nano Defender, Cyril Gorlla


UCLA’s Mick Cronin endorses Chris Smith’s All-American, NBA potential

Support our UCLA athletics coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Chris Smith led the Bruins in scoring as a junior, and will likely do the same this season as a senior after withdrawing his name from this year’s NBA Draft in August. The 6-foot-9 wing is picked as a preseason All-American by various experts and pundits, but UCLA coach Mick Cronin has him picked to be something much more. “He’s ready to be an All-American,” Cronin said Tuesday afternoon via Zoom. “His approac...
Tags: Kentucky, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Nba, Cbs, College sports, Ncaa, Smith, Ucla, Chris Smith, Marquette, Bruins, Boise, Seton Hall


Starbucks customer says 'F--- Black Lives Matter' when asked to put on mask

A Starbucks customer in San Diego said "F--- Black Lives Matter" to a Black barista when asked to put on a mask Saturday.
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The Beach Boys' Mike Love talks about Brian Wilson, COVID-19 and drive-in concerts

This weekend Mike Love and Jhn Stamos will hit three outdoor venues: Ventura, California, on Friday; San Diego on Saturday; and Phoenix on Sunday.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Brian Wilson, San Diego, Usa Today, Phoenix, Mike Love, Ventura California, Beach Boys Mike Love, Jhn Stamos


Clayton Kershaw to start Game 1 for Dodgers in World Series

Clayton Kershaw will start Game 1 of the World Series for the Dodgers. Walker Buehler will start Game 3. Outside of that? “It’ll be kind of hard to figure out,” Manager Dave Roberts said. In other words, the Dodgers’ pitching plans are largely in keeping with the formula that got them through a seven-game National League Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves. Kershaw will take the ball on four days’ rest Tuesday against Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Tyler Glasnow. In his only NLCS start, ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Chris Martin, San Diego, Mlb, Rays, Major League Baseball, Los Angeles Dodgers, Tampa Bay Rays, World Series, Phillies, Tampa Bay, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Joe Morgan


I'm a dominatrix who makes over $6,000 a month online. During the day, I'm just another mom in yoga pants. Here's what my job is like.

Olivia Rose is a professional dominatrix. Kevin Myers/Coastal Expressions Photography Olivia Rose is a 30-something dominatrix based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Rose grew up in a religious family in Las Vegas. At 18, she began working as an escort at a various clubs to pay for college, and later became a strip dancer and fetish model. There's a lot more to being a dominatrix than simple sex work, Rose says. Every client has unique preferences, from sissification to foot worship, chastity...
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Arozarena, Rays top Astros 4-2 in Game 7, reach World Series

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Remarkable rookie Randy Arozarena homered again, 36-year-old Charlie Morton was brilliant against his former team and the Tampa Bay Rays reached the World Series for the second time, silencing the Houston Astros 4-2 Saturday night in Game 7 of the AL Championship Series. The Rays will face either the Los Angeles Dodgers or Atlanta Braves in the World Series in Arlington, Texas, starting Tuesday night. Game 7 of the NLCS is Sunday night. Tampa Bay’s only other World Series appear...
Tags: Texas, Mexico, Sports, San Francisco, Atlanta, Sport, Ap, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Houston, Boston Red Sox, Oakland, Cuba, Rays, Yankees


Tell Your 2020 Small Business Survival Story and Win $50,000 Cash

There is no doubt 2020 has been a challenge. And that is putting it mildly for many small business owners that are struggling to stay afloat. If you have a doozy of a story to tell on how you are chugging along and persevering, it might just win you $50,000. Just tell the world how have the events of 2020 affected your business. The winning stories will receive one of several cash prizes, with a Grand Prize of $50,000. You have to write your story with 500 words or less and provide a photo to ...
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Alexander: Dodgers emphasized doing ‘something special’

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Corey Seager celebrates his two-run home run against the Atlanta Braves during the seventh inning in Game 5 of a baseball National League Championship Series Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen throws against the Atlanta Braves during the ninth inning in Game 5 of a baseball National League Championship Series Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) Sound T...
Tags: Sports, America, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Will Smith, Pablo Sandoval, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Turner, Atlanta Braves, Tampa Bay Rays, Joe Kelly, Alexander


Daily Crunch: Twitter walks back New York Post decision

A New York Post story forces social platforms to make (and in Twitter’s case, reverse) some difficult choices, Sony announces a new 3D display and fitness startup Future raises $24 million. This is your Daily Crunch for October 16, 2020. The big story: Twitter walks back New York Post decision A recent New York Post story about a cache of emails and other data supposedly originating from a laptop belonging to Joe Biden’s son Hunter looked suspect from the start, and more holes have emerged ov...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Twitter, Post, New York Post, Ipo, Tech, Eu, Joe Biden, Policy, Sony, San Diego, Silicon Valley, Republican, Jack Dorsey, Faa


Loews New Orleans' rooms and packages are deeply discounted now through the end of the year — after my stay, I'm convinced it offers strong value with reassuring COVID policies

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The spacious Premium River View Room. Paul Oswell/Business Insider The Loews New Orleans Hotel is operating with some restrictions during the early stages of phase three in the cityI booked a stay to check on service levels and COVID-19 protocols, as well as to enjoy its prime location in the Central Business DistrictI booked an entry level Deluxe City View Room, but thanks to a promotion was upgrad...
Tags: Trends, San Diego, New Orleans, Keurig, Epa, Tripadvisor, North America, Expedia, Mississippi River, Art Deco, New York Miami, Peters, Brennan, Loews, Harrah, Central Business District


Lawmatics raises $2.5M to help lawyers market themselves

Lawmatics, a San Diego startup that’s building marketing and CRM software for lawyers, is announcing that it has raised $2.5 million in seed funding. CEO Matt Siegel used to practice law himself, and he told me that even though tech companies have a wide range of marketing tools to choose from, “lawyers have not been able to adopt them,” because they need a product that’s tailored to their specific needs. That’s why Siegel founded Lawmatics with CTO Roey Chasman. He said that a law firm’s relati...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Enterprise, Advertising Tech, Funding, Tech, San Diego, Cto, Eniac Ventures, SIEGEL, Tim Young, Appfolio, Matt Siegel, ENIAC, Lawmatics


He's Back !!

  ASSAULT ON ACCESS That's Your Access !! multimillionaires united SLUGGER IS BACK IN TOWN *   -------    .. With more than 300 million dollars in his back pocket, Greg Gianforte the "AT LARGE" Montana representative from sunny San Diego, wants to be our governor. It is our opinion that this carpetbagger believes that folks from Montana are fools and idiots. .. We believe that Gianforte has been trying for years to sell our public lands, (just like Senator Steve...
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Key lessons from San Diego's Hepatitis A outbreak can be applied to COVID-19 pandemic

In an age when many people get their news from social media, ensuring health information is communicated accurately and understood clearly is critical, especially during infectious disease outbreaks.
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US Navy aircraft carrier crippled by COVID-19 earlier this year again sees sailors test positive for the virus

The Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group in the Indo-Pacific region, January 25, 2020. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kaylianna Genier The USS Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier crippled by COVID-19 earlier this year, has new cases. Two sailors tested positive and were evacuated from the ship, The New York Times reported. Everyone they came in contact with was placed in quarantine. Earlier this year, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier suffered a serious C...
Tags: Navy, Trends, Aircraft Carrier, New York Times, The Times, San Diego, Times, US Navy, U S Navy, Theodore Roosevelt, Guam, Crozier, Indo Pacific, Zach Harrell, Thomas Modly, Modly


This Amazon-backed startup puts a price tag on trees, eyeing a $200 billion market opportunity

Pachama uses satellite imagery and other remote-sensing tools to measure forests Pachama Welcome to Insider Energy, a weekly energy newsletter brought to you by Business Insider. Here's what you need to know:Want to get Insider Energy in your inbox every Friday? Sign up here. Do you have feedback or story tips? Reach out to me at [email protected] I'm still rehydrating after shedding a liter of tears last night while watching My Octopus Teacher. I touched an octopus once as a k...
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A new law is crushing a key part of California's job market. It needs to be overhauled before it gets used as a model for other states across the US.

An Uber driver in California. Mario Tama/Getty Images California's Assembly 5 law aimed to help freelancers across the state. The intent was to get companies to reclassifying more independent contractors as employees in an effort to help people gain access to benefits like healthcare. However, it backfired as companies instead dropped these positions and got rid of the availability of freelance work. The bill needs reform as soon as possible. Kevin Falconer is the mayor of San Diego. This ...
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United States: Reversing Dismissal Of Securities Class Action, Ninth Circuit Holds That A Whistleblower Action May Qualify As A "Corrective Disclosure" - Mayer Brown

On October 8, 2020, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed the dismissal of a securities fraud class action suit against San Diego-based BofI Holding, Inc., now known as Axos Bank.
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