But on Tuesday, Ghaly repeatedly said things like, as Amador, Orange, Placer, Santa Cruz and Santa Clara moved from purple to red tiers, that they were allowed to because, “They have maintained the appropriate average for more than 2 weeks.” Those two announcements seem in direct contradiction. … [Read more...] about California Coronavirus Update: Gov. Gavin Newsom’s New Reopening Guidelines Sow Confusion
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Newsom said SCE was indicating that 6 counties may be impacted, power-wise, by Public Safety Power Shutoffs, which are implemented to help prevent wildfires from sparking. Two of the state’s most deadly wildfires — the Camp Fire and the Woolsey Fire — are thought to have been started by power liens downed by high winds. … [Read more...] about California Governor Gavin Newsom Insists, “I Have No Patience For Climate Change Deniers” Amid Largest Fire Season In Recent Memory
As a result the governor announced, “We’re gonna have to fast-track our efforts in terms of meeting our [clean energy] goals much sooner.” He said he has asked key administration officials to “go down that list [of climate change initiatives] and to dust off our current processes and accelerate them across the board.” … [Read more...] about Frustrated California Governor Gavin Newsom Surveys Fire Zone, Rips “Ideological BS” Around Climate Change & “Absence Of National Leadership”
Even non-potentially lethal gender reveal parties are insidious reinforcements of outdated ideas about gender and sexuality. As the Atlantic‘s Julie Beck wrote last year: “Gender reveals are loud, bright, public affirmations of the gender binary in a time when people are becoming skeptical of that concept.” (They are also, it’s worth noting, a misnomer: because gender is essentially a social construct, what’s between a baby’s legs at birth is technically their sex, not their gender). … [Read more...] about After Gender Reveal Party Causes Wildfire in California, Are We Finally Done?
Word is from exhibition sources, on the down side, that it might take another week for San Francisco to reopen. Tenet, I heard, played better in the big city DMAs then the middle of the country, so that tech city would be a plus for the Christopher Nolan film. Exhibition and distribution sources still believe Los Angeles won’t get the go-ahead until the end of the month. … [Read more...] about Orange County’s Movie Theaters Can Reopen, Potentially Growing ‘Tenet’s California Footprint