Veronique de Turenne

Author of "Here in Malibu", a feature at laobserved.com

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author of  the "Here in Malibu" feature at laobserved.com

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Much of Southern California  is on fire tonight with serious blazes in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties.  But once again, the worst of it is in  San Diego County , where…

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Much of Southern California is on fire tonight with serious blazes in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties.  But once again, the worst of it is in San Diego County , where…

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