January 18, 2005
"Sierra Waters Show Little Pollution" [Jan. 11] depressed me because after rejoicing at the news, the story goes on to say that "hikers and campers should filter or purify the water they drink." I was so looking forward to dipping into the freezing real H2O and going "Ahhh!" Hank Rosenfeld Santa Monica
July 19, 2009 |
About 580,000 H2O Mop Steam Cleaners are being recalled after complaints of the power cord on the cleaners unexpectedly wearing down and exposing wiring, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The exposed wiring poses a shock and burn hazard to anyone using the H2O cleaners, the agency said. Thane International Inc., based in La Quinta, has received 10 reports of consumers getting shocked while using the cleaners as well as eight reports of burns, the commission said. The recalled H2O mops are white with a purple water tank with the "H20" and "M" logos printed on the top of the appliance's cleaning head.
November 29, 2012
Check out the driving riffs of one of punk rock's most legendary bands when Bad Brains hits the stage of the Fonda. Formed in Washington, D.C., in 1977, Bad Brains combines hard-core aesthetics with a reggae beat to create a deeply original style that remains unique to this day. H2O and Year of the Dragon open. The Fonda Theatre, 6126 Hollywood Blvd., L.A. 9 p.m. Sat. $27. (323) 464-6269; http://www.fondatheatre.com .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1997
Re "Spurned Nobelists Appeal Science Standards Rejection," Nov. 17: Scientists, mathematicians, engineers, even parents are helpless to stop education experts from ruining education. From "whole language" learning to "new new math" to "integrated math" to "integrated science," our children are being dumbed down. Now, when prominent scientists with vast experience in education, including three Nobel prize winners, offer to write California's science standards for free, the Commission for the Establishment of Academic Content and Performance Standards' educrats instead want to pay $178,000 to the same education professors and experts who wrote the vacuous science standards quoted in The Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1999
Water, the shortage thereof, is the most contentious strand of California history. Vicious bureaucratic battles about it have gone on for decades. But this week leaders of three big Southern California water agencies finally acknowledged that all would be losers if they failed to end their struggle over how much water each is entitled to use from the Colorado River. In the end, each agreed to sacrifice something and they came to a tentative deal.
May 21, 1995 |
With San Diego County 90% dependent on water inported from Northern California and the Colorado River, it was only a matter of time and technology before officials there got adventurous in their quest for new suplies. Before long, some San Diego residents may get their drinking water from, well, themselves. If the County Water Authority and the City of San Diego have their way; residents will soon be sipping reclaimed sewage water.