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We are an online newsmagazine that will focus on positive news within the AV; highlighting people who are doing good within the community and showcasing local talent.
We are an online newsmagazine that will focus on positive news within the AV; highlighting people who are doing good within the community and showcasing local talent.

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Join us tonight to enjoy the classic rock group Perfect Strangers. Performing at 9 p.m. in The Lounge. We hope to see you soon!
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AUTO INSURANCE IN PALMDALE: Many people are spending more than they need on their auto insurance in Palmdale. Knowing what your trusted insurance agent, Corey Nolte offers will help you save money and get the best insurance policy. Follow these tips to get more bang for your buck! - See more at:
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FUNNY PHOTO CAPTION CONTEST: Caption this photo to win a $50.00 Yard House gift card!

You must enter here: http://j.mp/1b5JaK7

My Antelope Valley and Norman Cornell, a local real estate agent, have teamed up for a Funny Photo Caption Contest.

Submit your caption entry by midnight MONDAY. The funniest caption (as decided by Norman) will receive a $50.00 Yard House gift certificate.

Enter here: http://j.mp/1b5JaK7
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Albert Aimer is a local businessman who is dedicated to helping his clients achieve their home buying needs. Albert writes, "In 2005 I was introduced to a few of the greatest things in my life: My wife Christine, and my career as a loan officer. My wife is one of the most loving and compassionate people that exist on this planet. She is actively involved in the well being and rescue efforts towards neglected animals."

Albert started his career in 2012 working as a loan officer for HighTechLending. He is looking to work with buyers on reverse mortgages and can serve buyers in the entire Antelope Valley: Lancaster, Palmdale, Quartz Hill and beyond.

Learn more about him here: http://j.mp/1MXSWwe (Reverse Mortgage Palmdale, CA)
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Actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise got inspired by Lancaster High School Students who started Operation All the Way Home with an effort to build wounded warrior Jerral Hancock a home in the Antelope Valley. So, Gary's bringing his band, the Lt. Dan Band to Lancaster, California on May 10th for a Lt. Dan Band concert where proceeds will go towards building Jerral that house! - See more at: http://j.mp/1kSMrx3
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"AV Nice, the City of Palmdale, and local citizens are working together to raise funds to create a bronze statue of Palmdale’s first mayor, Larry Chimbole.  Chris Spicher, founder of AV Nice (a grassroots, loose-knit group which promotes all things nice in the Antelope Valley), has verbalized the statue concept for many years.  His idea is beginning to take shape...
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JD Kennedy until recently was Congressman Buck McKeon's rep, he now is heading the LA County Airshow Fox Field March 21.22. JD has also announced he is a candidate for the California Assembly seat that is currently held by Steve Fox. Watch our interview with him here:
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Warm up your rainy Friday with Picker's Roundup! There are so many things happening in the AV this week, check out Picker's list at
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"I found a basket of pears in my garage a few weeks ago that I had forgotten about. I had picked them from the orchard and was letting them ripen in the basket. By that time, most were over-ripe and I was dealing with a mess. It strikes me that – in life – many of us are left with a mess, not because we did the WRONG thing, but because we didn’t do ANYthing with what we DO have."

Read the full interview with Vicki here:
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"Chris Spicher: "Patriots, passionate, caring military, civilians, contractors, partners...Its a partnership with the surrounding communities. We all work together, to keep each other successful. They love the remote and isolated, a critical mission component. It was our honor and privilege to chat with one of our favorite Generals."
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