Wednesday Afternoon Coffee Reads 6-25-2014


For your Wednesday afternoon coffee break, here are a few articles we are reading today:

  • RIP Shogo Kubo (ESPN) (Honolulu Star)
  • Catching up with Venice-based architect David Hertz on design, using recycled materials, and sustainable boards (Surfline)
  • Venice Stakeholders Association President Mark Ryavec responds to 9th Circuit decision on car camping ban (KABC Talkradio)
  • Venice-based Cargomatic wants to be the Uber of freight shipping (Wall Street Journal)
  • LA Waterkeeper and City of Los Angeles celebrate 10 year joint effort to clean waterways (LA Waterkeeper)
  • YAS-a-Thon raised $175,000 for ThinkCure (Venice Paparazzi)
  • More pets get lost on July 4 than any other day of the year (LAPD Pacific)
  • June 2014 Drought Status update (National Weather Service LA)
  • Google Cardboard (Google)
  • Supreme Court: Police Need Warrants to Search Cellphone Data (WSJ)