Foxes At The Beach, LA Waives Cat Adoption Fees: Saturday Smiles

CALIFORNIA — Need a break from a doom and gloom news cycle? You’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of 10 sweet Southern California stories from Patch to brighten your weekend.

Eagle Scout Gathers, Retires Over 2,600 Old Flags Amid Pandemic

Flying flags is a sign of national pride, but once they’re tattered, they cannot just be thrown away. This OC scout helped retire thousands.

Temecula Celebrating New Playground At Sam Hicks Monument Park

The city will unveil the new playground equipment at the park on Jan. 26, 2021 during a virtual reopening.

Need A Furry Friend? Cat Adoption Fees Waived In LA County

Los Angeles County is waiving adoption fees for cats throughout the month of January.

Foxes At The Surf: Photo Of The Day

Two beautiful foxes play in the sand and surf at Hermosa Beach.

L.A. Zoo Baby Condor Receives New Name After Fundraising Campaign

The fundraising campaign brought in $31,076, which will support the California Condor Recovery Program.

Metro To Expand On-Demand Ride Service To North Hollywood

Rides will cost $1 for the first six months.

Presidential Art Scholars: Eleven Los Angeles Students Nominated
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Kamala Harris Inspires Girls, But Knowledge Makes Them Leaders

As Kamala Harris becomes vice president, how do we grow the number of women and women of color in political roles? We teach them young.
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Kamala Harris Inspires Girls, But Knowledge Makes Them Leaders

60 young artists from 19 states were nominated by the National YoungArts Foundation.

Eugene Levy To Be Sworn In As Pacific Palisades’ Honorary Mayor

An online inauguration ceremony will be held on January 26, with special guests Billy and Janice Crystal.

Grant Funding For East Hollywood Small Businesses Taking Apps

Businesses with an annual revenue of less than $5 million are eligible for the funding.

Burbank Students Win Congressional App Challenge

Two students from John Burroughs High School won for their app PhoneDown, which encourages users to limit screentime.

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