Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital opens its doors in South Los Angeles

Chef: Sea vegetable nori overtakes kale in popularity


Fitness expert shows moves to get dads back in shape

New Peloton app lets indoor cycling lovers workout at home

Chef: Sea vegetable nori overtakes kale in popularity

Caltrans' 91 Freeway landscaping project sparks controversy

Sources: SF Pier 14 suspect used federal agent's gun

Subway suspends relationship with spokesperson Jared Fogle amid federal investigation

Ringo Starr spreads message of peace, love for 75th birthday

3 armed burglary suspects arrested in Studio City

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John Lennon and David Bowie at the 1975 Grammy Awards 
Save the date! Community Mobile Home Meeting, Sat. 7/25 9am-noon at Washington Park Community Center. More info here 

Yosemite rock fall changes the face of Half Dome climb

Officials at Yosemite National Park say a massive sheet of rock has fallen from the vertical face of Half Dome on the most popular route used by climbers.

Park geologist and climber Greg Stock said Tuesday that officials are now determining how the change will affect the climb.

Nobody was injured or witnessed the fall believed to have happened one night last week.

Stock says the relatively thin sheet of rock that peeled off measured roughly 100 by 200 feet.

He says there are several other routes for climbers going up the 1,000-foot sheer face.

Stock says rock falls are common, but the size of this piece is impressive.

He says this doesn't change the path for hikers taking a cable route to the top of Half Dome

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