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  • Newsom's nightmare: How one November day fueled the recall

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — On a single day last November, two events helped set the course for just the second recall election against a governor in California history: Gov. Gavin Newsom dined with 11 friends and lobbyists at one of the country’s most expensive restaurants as he pleaded with Californians to stay home, while those looking to kick him out of office won four more months to qualify for the ballot.
  • Michigan governor apologizes for social distancing blunder

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer apologized Sunday after apparently violating state-mandated social distancing guidelines at an East Lansing bar and grill.
  • Conservatives seize on gas crunch to blame Biden, stir base

    A graphic calling the East Coast fuel supply crunch “Biden’s Gas Crisis.” A tweet speculating that gas stations running dry was an “INSIDE JOB.” A meme depicting the president and vice president cheering about the “Green New Deal” in front of a snaking line at a fuel station.
  • Conservatives seize on gas crunch to blame Biden, stir base

    A graphic calling the East Coast fuel supply crunch “Biden’s Gas Crisis.” A tweet speculating that gas stations running dry was an “INSIDE JOB.” A meme depicting the president and vice president cheering about the “Green New Deal” in front of a snaking line at a fuel station.
  • Jessica Alba’s Honest Co. soars 44% in stock market debut

    NEW YORK - Shares of Honest Co., the diaper and baby-wipe seller founded by actress Jessica Alba, soared 44% in their stock market debut Wednesday, valuing the company at nearly $2.1 billion.
  • 'Concrete Cowboy' shows Philadelphia's Black cowboy culture

    NEW YORK - Historians estimate that 1 in 4 American cowboys were Black but you would be hard pressed to find a movie genre whiter than the Western. “Concrete Cowboy,” an urban Western about African American riders in Philadelphia starring Idris Elba, is about an often unseen — and persisting — Black cowboy culture.
  • Shakira sells music publishing rights to UK company

    NEW YORK - The Board of Hipgnosis Songs Fund Limited, a U.K.-based investment company, has acquired 100% of Grammy-winning superstar Shakira’s music publishing rights.
  • Q&A: Clooney on 'Midnight Sky' and his twilight as an actor

    NEW YORK - How has George Clooney been handling isolation? Aside from spending time with his wife, Amal Clooney, and their 3-year-old twins, and editing his new film “The Midnight Sky,” he's relied on, like many others, a text chain with pals and Zoom. He just got off one with Matt Damon and John Krasinski.
  • Megan Thee Stallion op-ed calls for protecting Black women

    LOS ANGELES - An op-ed by Megan Thee Stallion on the need to protect Black women was published Tuesday as rapper Tory Lanez had his first court hearing on felony charges alleging he shot her.
  • Emmys, live and virtual: 'What could possibly go wrong?'

    LOS ANGELES - Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel and an alpaca sharing the spotlight. Winners accepting at home in designer pyjamas or maybe yoga pants. More than 100 chances for a balky internet connection to bring Sunday’s ceremony to a crashing halt.
Cutting taxes on craft spirits in Kamloops, Okanagan could boost Canadian economy
Small craft distilleries are struggling to get a tax break from a federal government that has made them the least competitive in the world. “The birthplace of craft spirits in Canada is in the Okanagan, with Okanagan Spirits and spill
The Kamloops Farmer's is set on a street and lovely parklike setting.
Kamloops Farmers' Market is a delicious adventure
The Kamloops Farmer’s Market is a bi-weekly market that beautifully showcases the bounty from the surrounding areas of the Thompson Valley. The big market happens on Saturdays with around 100 vendors on site selling their products. We

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