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Mark Thompson is here bringing sexy back!
California Impressionism: Selections from the Irvine Museum
Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy - Here
Dana Point - California Grey Whale Migration - Here
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Karen Dawn, animal advocate, writer, and author joins Mark Thompson to talk about their vegan Thanksgiving. Ms. Dawn adopts two turkeys every year to rescue. She treats her adopted turkeys like stars; giving them a bath and a blow dry. After their spa treatment, she gives the turkeys to Poplar Spring Farm Animal Sanctuary.
Read more here. (***WARNING: Video in the attached article contains some graphic images of factory farming***)
We love our fried turkey here on the Conway Show. Some people just can't get it right. Take a look and a listen.
There has been a bunch of fights and tramplings, and people getting kicked out of stores all because people are fighting over deals for Black Friday.
See some of them below.
Check out this amazing short film created by Jeff Roldan:
View more of his work HERE
LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Los Angeles City Council today ordered a halt on utility shutoff notices until the Department of Water and Power fixes inaccurate and late billing problems in its $162 million customer information system, which went online in September.
The council voted 12-0 to place a moratorium on disconnection notices. DWP officials estimate about 70,000 of the utility's 1.4 million customers have received late bills or been charged inaccurate utility fees since the system was put into use.
The motion, introduced by Councilman Mitchell Englander, also requires the DWP to provide an update every 30 days on steps taken to remedy the billing issues.
The utility on Tuesday implemented a virtual hold phone system that allows customers to hang up after five minutes of waiting for a DWP customer service representative to pick up, and receive a call back.
DWP officials on Monday also moved to halt the issuance of shutoff notices and disconnection activity.
DWP General Manager Ron Nichols told the council that despite ``numerous dress rehearsals'' prior to the system rollout, problems were inevitable. He said the complexity of the transition from an antiquated, 39-year-old system to the new system meant that meter information was unavailable for many customers.
Read more on the KFI News Blog
LOS ANGLES (CNS) - The number of retailers open on Thanksgiving continues to grow while several who have been open in the past will have longer hours Thursday in an attempt to satisfy the public's demands.
The 155-year-old Macy's chain will open stores on Thanksgiving for the first time ``in response to interest from customers who prefer to start their shopping early,'' according to a corporate statement.
Target stores will open at , one hour earlier than last year and four hours earlier than 2011, when its opening was the earliest ever.
Toys R Us will open at , three hours earlier than last year, four hours earlier than 2011 and five hours earlier than 2010, the first time it was open on Thanksgiving.
Kmart, which has been open on Thanksgiving for 22 consecutive years, will open at 6 a.m., the same time as last year. It will remain open until 11 p.m. Friday. It had closed from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. last Thanksgiving, reopening at 8 p.m. and staying open until 3 a.m. Friday.
Read more on the KFI News Blog
Click HERE to view photos of Conway and crew at Burbank's "Holiday In The Park."