Category: Our Blog


Vehicle Safety Features: Seatbelts, Airbags… Talking Cars?

A recent announcement revealed that by the year 2016, car manufacturers may be required to install vehicle-to-vehicle communications systems in new cars. This technology will allow vehicles to wirelessly communicate with other vehicles or the road to monitor distance between other cars and speed. These vehicle communications systems are the latest focus in safety features for […]

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February 19, 1942: A Day to Remember

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, giving military permission to incarcerate over 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry and forcibly move them to crudely built relocation camps in California, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Arkansas, Idaho, and Utah. Each  year, Day of Remembrance (also referred to as DOR) events are held to […]

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Winning $3000 at a Clippers Game– Priceless

Mike Kinoshita, one of our Account Executives, recently had the opportunity to shoot free throws at a Clippers game and win money in a promotion during the second quarter. Tell us about what you participated in. It was a promotion at the Clippers Game on January 6th that was sponsored by the Chumash Casino and Resort. […]

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Do Your Part: Easy Ways to Conserve Water

California is in the middle of one of its driest winters on record, raising alerts about a drought emergency. Reservoirs throughout the state are running out of water with not enough rain or snowfall to restore it to its normal levels. A voluntary conservation effort has been announced, urging California residents to watch their water […]

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Five Time Management Tips and Tricks

Have you ever had a hard time starting a new project or a tough task, putting it off until the very last minute? I know I have, and most of the time procrastinating just makes you feel worse later. Here are five tips to help you stop procrastinating and start checking off your ‘To Do’ […]

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DineLA Returns January 20-31

Have you heard? This year, dineLA’s restaurant week will be from January 20-31. This is the perfect opportunity to try a new restaurant; participating Los Angeles area restaurants will serve set three-course lunch and dinner menu options at a special price. Over 300 restaurants will be offering dineLA courses, in addition to their regular menu […]

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A Japanese New Year’s Performance in DTLA

Kotohajime is a Japanese phrase for “the beginning of things.” It is also the name of the annual Japanese cultural performance put on by the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (JACCC) to welcome in the new year. This year they will be celebrating the zodiac Year of the Horse with traditional Japanese dance, music, and archery. […]

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