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Sunken City – San Pedro, California

Sunken City – San Pedro, California | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
In 1929 a landslide caused a community of homes to sink into the ocean. What remained was broken sidewalks and cracked roads. All of which have become a canvas for graffiti artists and a place to hang out for the adventurous.
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Extensions (For Joe) Soundcheck

Thrillhaus live at Alvas Showroom in San Pedro, California Extensions for Joe written by Nicholas Maldonado Tenor Sax - Nicholas Maldonado Keyboard - Dani Ah...
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Tweet from @Hw3Photography

Tweet from @Hw3Photography | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
If you like follow me and I will follow you back! Cabrillo Beach, San Pedro California. When I'm truly at peace! https://t.co/Hkmkj1bHKc
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Twilight - San Pedro

Twilight - San Pedro | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
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Photo taken from my dads house at Twilight, right before the sunrise

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Wooden Ships in the LA Harbor

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Tug Boat Cookies

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Another order from the amazing Harley Marine Company.

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You can purchase the cookie cutter at the San Pedro Crafters on 22nd Street!!

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Blue-footed Booby stirs excitement at bird rescue center - Daily Breeze

Blue-footed Booby stirs excitement at bird rescue center - Daily Breeze | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
Blue-footed Booby stirs excitement at bird rescue center
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Blue-footed Booby stirs excitement at bird rescue center. The arrival in Southern California of many young blue-footed boobies is exciting bird watchers.
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About Town: Annual spring event brings fashion, dining and shopping to Botanic ... - Daily Breeze

About Town: Annual spring event brings fashion, dining and shopping to Botanic ... - Daily Breeze | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
About Town: Annual spring event brings fashion, dining and shopping to Botanic ...

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South Bay schools on an iPad mission - Daily Breeze

South Bay schools on an iPad mission - Daily Breeze | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
South Bay schools on an iPad missionDaily BreezeBy Rob Kuznia, Staff Writer For students in Gina Ball's algebra class at Redondo Union High, taking quizzes on work sheets has suddenly become a thing of the past - now they just use the iPad.

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RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SANTA ANA WINDS AND VERY LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR SOCAL MOUNTAINS #CAFIRE #CAWX

RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SANTA ANA WINDS AND VERY LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR SOCAL MOUNTAINS #CAFIRE #CAWX | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
Urgent Southern California Fire Weather  Messages Red Flag Warning For Santa Ana Winds   NWS Fire Weather Map URGENT - FIRE WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA 934 AM PDT SUN OCT 6 2013 ...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT...
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The Griffith Park Teahouse to reappear on Knoll Hill in San Pedro today

The Griffith Park Teahouse to reappear on Knoll Hill in San Pedro today | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
The mysterious teahouse installed by anonymous artists will appear with the permission of the city
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Whales off San Pedro, California 2016

Great day with Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet Elementary 5th graders on Spirit Cruise. Saw two fin, one grey and one humpback right outside the breakwate...
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Kickstarter for 7th Annual H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest Entering Final Hours - Dread Central

Kickstarter for 7th Annual H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest Entering Final Hours - Dread Central | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
We’re all huge Lovecraft fans here at Dread Central, so we’re getting super-hyped for the 7th annual H.P.
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San Pedro Today

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San Pedro Today is your #1 source for news, feature stories, and information about San Pedro and...
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Modern-day home schooling is more social than it sounds - Daily Breeze

Modern-day home schooling is more social than it sounds - Daily Breeze | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
Modern-day home schooling is more social than it sounds Daily Breeze And the networks also serve as a resource for parents trying to navigate the home-school process — not only the legalities of individualized education, but outside classes or...

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I scooped this article because my biggest critique about homeschooling is that I do not believe children receive adequate social interaction. Therefore, I was very curious to see what this article had to say. When I was in grade school, I think there was a  stigma for homeschooling children; I thought they lack social skills, hardly ever interact with other kids, and are overall a little weird. However, I know that is not really the case. This article makes me realize even more that homeschooled children do participate in social activities just like kids who attend public and private institutions. Furthermore, now that homeschooling is becoming increasingly popular, I do believe some stigmas against homeschoolers will continue to diminish. This is not the fist article or blog where I read that homeschooling kids regularly do attend classes at schools. I always thought that homeschooling students worked for 6 or 7 hours a day with either their parents or a tutor at their houses. To me, having students attend an school for even a couple of days out of the week makes it seem like a more formal form of education and it seems more legitimate. I do believe homeschooled children have the ability to succeed and learn just as much, if not more, than students who attend public or private schools, but I think it is a lot harder to succeed. I know I am biased because I have always really enjoyed school. Even though it there is a lot of work and tests, I have always loved learning in a group atmosphere and being able to have discussions and interact with all my peers and best friends. 

I also thought it was interesting to note how this article emphasized the use of technology as a means for parents to get in contact with each other and plan social events or even field trips for their children. I think the advances in technology will make homeschooling even more appealing to many people because there are abundant resources avaliable with just a click of a button. When I have kids, I do not think I will ever end up homeschooling them, but this article made me realize that it is not really all that different from traditional schooling. 

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The Diroccos: Early San Pedro settlers built fishing industry into town's legacy - Daily Breeze

The Diroccos: Early San Pedro settlers built fishing industry into town's legacy - Daily Breeze | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
The Diroccos: Early San Pedro settlers built fishing industry into town's legacy Daily Breeze Roupoli, who retired three years ago as a deputy chief in the Los Angeles Fire Department and owns a floor shop in town, has meticulously chronicled the...

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Interesting history can be found anywhere.

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Fire Jobs: Kern County Fire Department Firefighter I Academy Applications Available

Fire Jobs: Kern County Fire Department Firefighter I Academy Applications Available | San Pedro, California | Scoop.it
Kern County Fire Department Firefighter I Academy
The applications for the Firefighter I Academy beginning in Jan 2014, are available at the Training office at the Olive Drive Training Facility and the Fire Tech office at the Weill Institute.
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