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15 Dec 18
TODAY NEWS

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15 Dec 18
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14 Dec 18
Life & Style
Tell ’em, Lauren! Former Bachelor contestant, Lauren Bushnell, has some thoughts for people who are body shaming her on Instagram. The ex-fiancé of Ben Higgins wrote a heartfelt statement saying that she “cannot help” the way she looks nor should she “be ashamed of it.” Basically, the Bachelor Nation favorite wants people to know that body shaming can work two ways. On Dec. 13, the reality starlet admitted that she weighs herself every other day as she promoted a body weight scale on her Instagram account. This caused fans to call her out for her slim figure, which she found to be pretty unfair. Even though Lauren said she didn’t feel like she should have to address something like her weight, she took to Instagram to clap back at the body shamers.   “I have been around 115-118 pounds since high school. Obviously, as a woman, it’s fluctuated some but for me, this seems to be a healthy weight,” she said in the written post. She continued, “I by no means think everyone should be this weight or feel the need to weigh themselves every day. I also by no means think it’s acceptable to tell thin women that they are not ‘spreading body positivity.’ This has to stop. I am built the way that I am. I cannot help it nor should I be ashamed of it.” Lauren also added that she weighs herself frequently because she’s actually trying to gain a few pounds.   The starlet continued her statement by assuring people that she feels good in her own skin. She said, “No one should be ashamed of who they are. No one should be attached to a number on a scale. Love yourself. Love others. Live a healthy, balanced life. Because at the end of the day, what’s inside matters a whole lot more than what’s on the outside anyway.” Overall, the starlet seems super happy in her new relationship with country singer Chris Lane and enjoying life. Twirl on the haters, Lauren!
14 Dec 18
A Boy Mama

I don’t know about y’all but buying for the men in my life is extremely hard! I never know what to get for them because if they want something throughout the year, they usually just buy it! So, Jonathan helped me create a trending Christmas wishlist for each of the different types of guys in […]

14 Dec 18
Museum Bites

Happy Friday! Today on Museum Bites we’re slipping and sliding into winter with a look at the history of ice skates. From ancient waterways to the Olympic Games, ice skates have played a fundamental role in our transportation, recreation, and sports. Join me for a brief twirl around the rink and learn how the ice skate was transformed from a humble pair of bones to hi-tech blades. We begin by dialing the clock back to the Bronze Age…

14 Dec 18
FOX 61

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14 Dec 18
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Will wonders never cease? In a move that can bring genuine benefits to the sport and commercial fishing industries along the entire West Coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced on Wednesday a liberal revision of federal rockfish restrictions for 2019 and beyond. Because rockfish stocks have rebuilt more quickly than NOAA scientists predicted, new catch limits may increase by more than 100 percent for some rockfish species. John Field, a federal researcher at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz, explained how NOAA imposed severe restrictions on rockfishing using “best available science.” Lingcod tastes way better than it looks — just ask Santa Cruz’s Akoma Culver, who caught this 18-pound-plus lingcod last weekend from his kayak. (Contributed)   “Our perception of low productivity among rockfish in the 1990s was tailored by poor oceanic conditions at that time,” Field said, “but our population models back then didn’t account for what turned out to be a banner year for recruitment of young fish in 1999, as well as in later years.” Lifelong fisherman Allen Sansano had strong words regarding the restrictive federal rulings imposed since the 90s, stating: “Our ‘best available science’ was faulty. In 1999, the Marine Life Protection Act was born out of this faulty science. It ultimately led to the PERMANENT closure of large swaths of our California oceans, never to be opened again. I take little solace in being able to say ‘I told you so.’ Fishermen didn’t believe the science because it was not consistent with what we were seeing on the water. And yet, we may never be able to fish those waters again. Shame on you!” We should hear from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife within the next few weeks regarding loosening restrictions for the 2019 rockfish season. In the meantime, this year’s season closes on Dec. 31. There’s still time to get out and stock up on rockfish and lingcod filets for the table and the freezer. Akoma Culver, one of the Salty Nutz from Santa Cruz, got some last licks in on Saturday while kayak fishing near Carmel. “The cove produced Sunday; get out and get it before it’s closed; 18.6 ling on 831 Tackle glow in the dark Ring Bait,” Culver reported. Charter boats continue to find limits of rockfish for their customers. Chris’ Fishing Trips ran multiple trips last week, counting as many as 310 rockfish, 19 lingcod and 60 Dungeness crab on various forays out of Monterey. The Kahuna from Moss Landing enjoyed limit-style fishing this weekend as well. Owner Carol Jones reported: “This weekend we have been blessed with some great weather! Kahuna checked in on their way back from Lopez Point today with limits of both rockfish to eight pounds and lingcod to 18 pounds and one cabezon. Plenty of vermilion rockfish on the large- to extra-large size with that beautiful dark red color from the shallows. Kahuna Sportfishing will continue to provide Big Sur area trips as long as the weather allows.” Allen Bushnell operates Santa Cruz Kayak and Surf Fishing Guide Service. Please send any reports, pictures or questions to: scruzfishing@yahoo.com
13 Dec 18
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13 Dec 18
Hollywood Life

Lauren Bushnell reveals what she and boyfriend Chris Lane are up to this holiday season in our exclusive interview, and it sounds like so much fun. Find out what they’re up to this Christmas and NYE in our exclusive interview!

13 Dec 18
NNPA ESSA MEDIA CAMPAIGN

For 2019 Connecticut Teacher of the Year (TOY) Sheena Graham, making personal connections with the young people in her classroom is all in a day’s work—and one of the things that has endeared her to generations of students.