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Human Trafficking Today’s Slavery

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Whether you appreciate his comedic style or choice of television and movie roles, once you’ve heard Ashton Kutcher talk about “Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children,” you learn to admire how he and co-founder Demi...

Columnists Michael Elliott

Sports Shorts

Tight Shorts- Since the sports smorgasbord is so plentiful these days thought it might be a hoot to compartmentalize subject matter into smallish paragraphs. If the tight little shorts to follow have you aflutter, feel free to readjust your...

Columnists Judy Salamacha

Quirky Harmony Having Resurgence

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha In the early 1990s, American bestselling author, Christopher Moore, wrote his debut novel, “Practical Demonkeeping,” while working as a waiter at the Harmony Pasta Factory. Cambria Tourism archived this excerpt from...


What Would They Do Without Cell Phones?

Good to be King By King Harris If you’ve never plugged into the Beloit College Mindset List, you are missing a fascinating glimpse of how the world is perceived by kids entering the halls of higher education. The list, which was created in 1998 by...

Columnists Judy Salamacha

Friends of the Elephant Seals Turns 20

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Congratulations to the Friends of the Elephant Seals on its 20th Anniversary, greeting more than 2.2 million worldwide visitors stopping by the protective viewpoint just south of Point Piedras Blancas Lighthouse to...