Riverside Local Business
Local business in Riverside (Riverside, CA)
Friday Jul 22 | via Brunswick News
Owen Plant has always been a busy guy. The musician-in-residence for Sea Island can often be found playing for crowds within the resort or at other special venues around the area. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Medical News
Drought and extreme temperatures continue to challenge policymakers in California and globally who grapple with managing limited water resources. Missing from these discussions, however, is the potential impact of drought on public health and how water policy might assuage or exacerbate such impacts, should they exist. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via The Daily Caller
Firefighters in Riverside, California have been banned from flying an American flag with a "thin blue line" in support of police officers due to concerns that doing so could divide the community and put firefighters in danger. The city's police chief said in a statement that the public display of support could result in anti-police "extremists targeting the fire engine," possibly putting firefighters' lives in danger , according to Fox News' Todd Starnes , who obtained a copy of a letter. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via PRWeb
Blumenthal Nordrehaug and Bhowmik sued Tee It Up LLC in a proposed class action Complaint filed by one of their California employees who alleges the Buffalo Wild Wings francihse restaurant failed to pay provide adequate breaks under California's Labor Code For more information about the class action lawsuit filed against Tee It Up LLC, please contact Attorney Nicholas De Blouw at 771-7099 The San Francisco labor law lawyers at Blumenthal, Nordrehaug and Bhowmik filed a proposed class action Complaint against Tee It Up LLC for allegedly failing to provide their restaurant employees with the legally required thirty minute uninterrupted meal periods and the rest periods as required under California law. The Tee It Up lawsuit, Case No. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via EurekAlert!
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awards UCR team $284,680 to investigate the impact of water-delivery policies on health of California's poorest regions IMAGE: Kurt Schwabe is leading a team of researchers who will examine the impact of drought on public health and how water policy might assuage or exacerbate such impacts, should they... view more RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Drought and extreme temperatures continue to challenge policymakers in California and globally who grapple with managing limited water resources. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via ScienceBlogs
At Mary Review , Mary Pilon writes about the experiences of women in the trucking industry, highlighting stories of sexual harassment and threats of violence that often get brushed to the wayside by industry employers and supervisors. The article notes that many women who seek out trucking jobs are in their 40s and 50s, are re-entering the workforce after a period away, and are attracted to a career that doesn't require a higher education but can potentially yield a six-figure salary. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via Electric Energy Online
Southern California Gas Co. has kicked off its second annual Environmental Champions Initiative, a $500,000 charitable giving campaign that funds nonprofit organizations with programs dedicated to cleaner air, energy and/or water conservation. Comment?
Saturday Jul 16 | via Pasadena Star-News
Alexandra Rice at the door of her Riverside home on Friday, July 15, 2016. Rice uses marijuana to battle lupus and depression. 1 comment
Friday Jul 15 | via The Wave
In this July 8, 2014 file photo, a woman walks past the Everest Institute in Silver Spring, Md. A California mother of two and a former student of the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges filed a federal class-action lawsuit Thursday, July 14, 2016, seeking damages and an end to daily collection calls over private loans she received to attend the for-profit school. Comment?
Monday Jul 11 | via PressReleasePoint
STANFORD, Calif.-July 11, 2016- The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University today announced the launch of the Jim Bettinger Challenge Fund for Newsroom Innovation, which will support U.S.-based fellowship alumni who initiate disruptive, innovative journalism experiments inside newsrooms. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is investing $100,000 in seed funding to help launch the initiative, which honors Director Jim Bettinger, who is retiring after 27 years at Stanford University. Comment?
Saturday Jul 9 | via Paddock Talk
K&N Engineering, a worldwide leader in the manufacture of washable filters and air intake systems, has signed an agreement with NHRA to become the Official Filter and Air Intake of NHRA, it was announced today by NHRA officials. 'K&N has been a terrific partner of NHRA Drag Racing for many decades and we are proud to name K&N the Official Filter and Air Intake of the NHRA,' said Brad Gerber, NHRA vice president and chief development officer. Comment?
Friday Jul 8 | via Hot Rod Magazine
For many of the classic truck enthusiasts attending the SEMA Show in Las Vegas in 2015, one of the more notable displays was TMI Products' recent entry into the custom classic truck market. TMI has been making seats for hot rods for a while but had only started offering products for our segment of the hot rod hobby for a year. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 6 | via The Press-Enterprise
A downtown Riverside nightspot attached to a popular antique store could lose its entertainment permit over allegations of city code violations, numerous police calls, undercover drug buys and shootings the city says are connected with the venue. The Hideaway Cafe is a restaurant and bar in the basement of the Mission Galleria, which sells vintage clothes, furniture and gifts on several floors of a former department store building at Mission Inn Avenue and Main Street. Comment?
Jun 20, 2013 | via Pasadena Star-News
Stockpile , a Palo Alto-based company that promotes financial empowerment and literacy, has one unique solution, offering the world's first gift card for stocks, making it easier than ever for the average consumer to invest in the stock market. It's also cheaper. Comment?
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