Rico Gagliano

former host of “The Dinner Party Download,” and author of “Brunch is Hell: How to Save the World By Throwing a Dinner Party”

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The "California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)" forces certain companies to give customers an option to say, “No, I don’t want you to keep or sell my personal data.”

How California’s new privacy law affects you

The "California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)" forces certain companies to give customers an option to say, “No, I don’t want you to keep or sell my personal data.”

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The deadline to apply to the University of California was Thanksgiving weekend. Many private college applications are due in early January.

The pressures of getting into college

The deadline to apply to the University of California was Thanksgiving weekend. Many private college applications are due in early January.

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XOTX Tropico Nursery, founded in 1988, is a haven for endangered plant life. But now it’s endangered itself. The owner is required to vacate the nursery by December 30.

Housing development uproots ‘botanical museum’ in West Hollywood

XOTX Tropico Nursery, founded in 1988, is a haven for endangered plant life. But now it’s endangered itself. The owner is required to vacate the nursery by December 30.

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