Are you looking for looking for high-quality siding and roofing services? Do not look past Aloha...

Are you looking for looking for high-quality siding and roofing services? Do not look past Aloha...

With decades of experience in the for-profit and non-profit worlds,...

Hippos have finally made their triumphant return to the Dallas Zoo! After one year of intense...

Following increased profits in property sales in 2016, Northern California’s housing market is...

Will CalPERS be the end of California?

The state of California is facing ever mounting financial struggles. One of the main sources of the state's budgetary shortfalls have been the enormous unfunded liabilities of its pension funds.

Investor Demand for Apartment Buildings Skyrockets in Southern California

The rental market in Southern California is red hot, and demand for apartments continues to skyrocket. With the median sales price for homes increasing, many people in Orange County are seeking properties to rent with manageable monthly payments. However, the demand for apartment buildings from real estate investors is driving up prices, and those prices are being passed along to tenants.

Disruptive Crowd Outside LA Supreme and Louis Vuitton Pop-Ups Force Shops to Close Early

Rowdy and unmanageable crowds in front of Louis Vuitton and Supreme pop-ups in Los Angeles forced the shops to close on Friday.

Streets near 3rd and Garey require police personnel supervision due to a crowd of nearly 400 people that were waiting in anticipation of Louis Vuitton and Supreme’s high-end pop-ups. These two brands have become incredibly popular; however, the chances of snagging some pricey rare garments from these brands was ruined by the disorderly mass of people.

Petersen's Automotive Museum Boasts a Feast for the Eyes

Although Petersen's Automotive Museum in Los Angeles has always been known for its magnificent displays, a recent addition has been generating massive amounts of attention. Justin Favela, who is known as an accomplished Las Vegas artist, has created a gigantic piñata that perfectly replicates the magic of a classic Southern Californian lowrider.

L.A.'s Costly Homeless Cleanup Effort Seems to be Futile

165,000 homeless encampments and over 3,000 tons of trash have been cleaned and removed by Los Angeles Public Works personnel since 2015. This has cost the city $14 million and counting; however, a review by the LA Times states that this effort has made very minimal impact on the number of encampments found along riverbanks, on sidewalks, and in alleys across Los Angeles.

Should California pensions be more in line with private sector?

California is facing a pension crisis. The state's unfunded liabilities, while not at the dire levels of some other states, have been increasing significantly, year over year. This is leading to increasing budgetary shortfalls and bailouts from the state itself. Many of the state's school districts are feeling the pinch too, as they are forced to pay 25 or even 30 percent of their operations budgets to cover pension liabilities.