An earthquake hit California: what you need to know about this phenomenon

According to the US Geological Survey, a 4,2 magnitude earthquake shook the San Fernando Valley in Southern California around 4:30 am on Thursday, July 30, writes CNN. The earthquake, which felt like a shake followed by a pause and a slight tremor of the earth's surface, was concentrated near Pacoima, ...

California will release 17 thousand criminals ahead of schedule

The California authorities are forced to release prisoners serving sentences for minor crimes, writes Voice of America. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says he's ready to re-close the city. One of the problems in California right now is the outbreak of COVID-19 in prisons. The authorities are forced to go ...

Worth Seeing: 12 Most Scenic Lakes in Northern California

You don't need to be an Olympic swimmer to love the lakes, rivers and streams of Northern California, and you don't need to own your own boat to enjoy the ocean. There are thousands of ways to relax to the soothing sounds of water. Only in Your State offers several popular and incredibly beautiful ...

'Doves are tired of being birds': how a designer from San Francisco is playing people

San Francisco-based designer Pablo Rocha often plays tricks on people. For example, in November 2019, he scattered stickers with the image of Apple AirPods wireless headphones around the city so that passers-by would try to pick them up. Writes about this Meduza. Now Rocha has switched from people to birds: the designer has printed an ad with loose leaves and the words "Tired of being a bird?" ...

California earthquake increases five times the risk of tremors

The earthquakes that struck Ridgecrest (California) in 2019 could create a domino effect and cause tremors across the San Andreas Fault, which in turn increased the likelihood of a major earthquake in 2021. About this writes National Geographic. In Southern California ...

California returns quarantine: what will close again

Due to the continued increase in infections and hospital admissions due to coronavirus in California, Governor Gavin Newsome announced Monday, July 13, the re-introduction of restrictions and the closure of many businesses and establishments. This is written by NPR. Restaurants, cinemas, family entertainment centers, ...

In California, a ship caught fire: dozens of casualties

According to representatives of the U.S. Navy, 57 people were injured in an explosion and fire aboard a ship at the U.S. Naval Base in San Diego (California). This writes CNN. As a result of the fire and efforts to contain it, 57 sailors and firefighters were injured. ...

Russian restaurant in California is on the verge of closure due to a pandemic

The Pushkin Russian restaurant in San Diego (California) was on the verge of complete closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, after the restaurant owner and his friends managed to protect the restaurant from pogrom during protests in the United States. The Russian restaurant "Pushkin" is proudly named after ...

Los Angeles County resumes quarantine and closes beaches again

Los Angeles County will close its beaches on Friday, July 3, and ban fireworks on the eve of July Fourth (US Independence Day), which health officials say is necessary in light of the alarming surge in coronavirus infections. This is written by KTLA. Despite…

California again tightens quarantine: Newsom announced a budget emergency

Recalling the rapid pace of the spread of coronavirus in parts of California, State Governor Gavin Newsome issued a decree on Sunday, June 28, in seven counties, including Los Angeles. They should immediately close all open bars and nightclubs and recommended eight other districts ...

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