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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Don’t Miss Out on Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody

It’s about time for a girl’s night out… and what better way than to see the hit comedy Spank!  The Fifty Shades Parody.  Prepare yourself for some naughtiness! Opening night is Tuesday, July 16th, at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, so hurry up and buy your tickets!  But don’t forget to mention the promo

Come Celebrate UV Safety Awareness Month This July

Summer is here and I’ll be heading to the beaches and resorts for some much needed “me” time with this gorgeous weather. Yet before I walk out the front door, I’ll be taking certain precautions when it comes to protecting my skin from the damaging UV rays of the sun. This July is UV Safety

Supreme Court Dismisses Prop 8

As Gay Rights Correspondent Fred Balch recently reported on The Maria Sanchez Show, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down DOMA this week. That and the fact that we saw Prop 8 dismissed had gay marriage opponents worried about the impact on so-called traditional marriage. Well, it has been a few days, and

Clean Beach Awareness Week: How Can you Help

4th of July is the biggest beach day of the year. And July 1 through 7 is Clean Beaches Week. Since 2003, Clean Beaches Week has been called the “Earth Day” for beaches. The week-long event has four themes: recreation, food, travel and the environment. Beaches are such a vital part of the California landscape, and we at the

Maria Sanchez Named Grand Marshall of the 8th Annual Ventura Harley’s Heels & Wheels Ride

Attention all women riders!  Do you ride a Harley? Honda Shadow? Kawasaki?  Whatever you put between your legs, come join me as the GRAND MARSHALL of the 8th Annual Ventura Harley’s Heels & Wheels Ride on Sunday, July 14th!  Not only is this event meant to celebrate women riders, from Avis and Effie Hotchkiss and

4th of July: How to Take Proper Care of your Country’s Flag

As the Fourth of July approaches, many Americans will find themselves handling a United States Flag. Some of those may not know how to treat a flag, how to hang a flag, or how to retire a flag. Here are some tips: • Never let the flag touch anything beneath it. • Always display the