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Backpacking Visayas | Day 4: Bacolod, The City That Made Me Smile (All day)

Day 4 – The Ruins + Great food + Balay Negrense

The part that I was most excited about was the Bacolod leg. As I have always wanted to visit the ruins. 194 more words


GGPD is accredited once again

By Greg Hardesty

The gold standard in law enforcement.

Once again, the Garden Grove PD has earned that status after passing a rigorous examination to become re-accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. 182 more words

Garden Grove

A Regulatory Level Playing Field?

There is an interesting discussion worth noting occurring in Europe right now – regulators there are asking if regulations that apply to traditional telecom providers ought not to also apply to companies offering similar services on the web. 633 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?

Touring Bacolod, Talisay City: Of Love, Food and Architecture

I owed Bacolod my sanity after the last seven months where I am preoccupied with lots of adult obligations: of life and career in general. My year was mark off with a check as I discover the cityscapes donning the cultural and architectural reputation in the Visayas.  1,043 more words


August 4, 2016 • Newsletter

Bell Road/Grand Avenue Update

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) continues to issue weekly project updates for the Bell Road/Grand Avenue bridge project. Pictures below are courtesy of ADOT. 1,663 more words


The Land of Nomnomnom

I’ve always thought that the Bacolod chicken was overrated. I was wrong. It was, for all intents and purposes, the best chicken I’ve ever had the opportunity to taste. 489 more words