Healthy Nutrition for Your Pet

by Bella De Soto <bella@bellads.info> I recently researched this site for pets' health benefits, and was impressed, but you can check it out for yourself. You could also blend the long list of items yourself, but it could take time. However, if you do not want to spend the money thru this site, do it yourself, and just refrigerate to serve fresh.  Your pet(s) will thank you. Various elements of Western medicine combined with nutritional therapy to improve health and longevity for pets (dogs and cats) has [...]

By |2020-05-31T23:44:56-05:00May 31st, 2020|Bella De Soto, Food, Health, Special Guides|0 Comments

Food News: You Are What You Eat

How to Grow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps Latest Video on Lifehacker by Joel Kahn  and Therese McPherson Contributed to Change Links by Bella De Soto Between long grocery lines, heated competition for delivery slots and the blessed arrival of springtime weather, you may be tempted to try your hand at growing your own vegetables. You and everyone else: There’s also been a run on seeds. Luckily, many vegetables you take home from the produce section are easy to re-grow at home, no seeds required. With just scraps [...]

Metro Regional Connector Transit Project

Metro Regional Connector Transit Project Update: November 2019 httpss://www.metro.net/projects/connector/ Little Tokyo/Arts District station site ready for next phase of construction   At the new Little Tokyo/Arts District Station, crews have completed concrete placement of the exterior walls and roof below the wye junction, located directly beneath the Alameda St and 1st St intersection. The wye junction will be the connecting point of the new extension to the existing Gold Line and is a pivotal portion of the project. Concrete placement of exterior walls and roof at the [...]

By |2019-11-28T23:33:03-05:00November 28th, 2019|Los Angeles, Los Angeles, News, Public Transit, Special Guides|0 Comments

E-Z Law

EZ LAW by Ray Jones Law is not as tough as you thought. Poets, radio personalities, journalists, educators, script writers, song writers, advertising copywriters, professors, librarians, secretaries, or homemakers may find it easier to read and use law to challenge or solve problems than they think. You can find these books in some libraries. A good local resource is the LA County Law Library on W. 1st Street in downtown LA. Here are some books to start with: West's California code forms, with practice commentaries. Government. 2012. [...]

Special Resource Guide Issue in April 2015

Change-Links is planning to produce a special annual resource guide issue with information on progressive and grass-roots groups in this area. If your group is active locally around women's, LGBTQ, police, prisons, climate, peace, human rights, labor and other issues, please send us current contact info and a description of your work. The request for a $5 donation for listings applies as to the regular calendar, so we can keep this publication afloat. We anticipate that readers will want to keep the special double-sized issue for reference [...]

By |2014-12-31T13:50:18-05:00November 30th, 2014|Special Guides|0 Comments