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Deja News: Madison Cawthorn Loses and Andy Dick Boozes

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Hey SoCal! This week, Republican Madison Cawthorn lost the North Carolina primary. Don’t worry Madison, if we learned anything over quarantine, when you lose your job, there’s always Onlyfans. And for more news you may have missed, Mike Ciriaco has your back with this week’s Deja News.

Andy Dick. | Photo from John Mathew Smith (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Andy Dick was arrested for assaulting his boyfriend with a bottle of liquor.

Actor-comedian Andy Dick was booked Wednesday on suspicion of felony sexual battery in a campground at O’Neill Regional Park in Trabuco Canyon. After years of sexual indiscretions and incidents involving some form of harassment, it seems like Andy Dick has finally sunk as far as he can go.

The new South LA Best Buy Teen Tech Center on S. Western Avenue features a mural by South LA artist, Mike Norice, commissioned by VSEDC. | Photo by Adam Dominguez

South LA will open a teen tech center, or as we 90’s kids called it, Circuit City.

A teen tech center opening in South Los Angeles next month will provide youth with access to the latest tools to help them explore music and vocal production, digital media, robotics, virtual reality, 3D printing and more, officials said Tuesday.

Gov. Gavin Newsom advocates for water recycling and conservation at a water-recycling facility in Carson. | Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Governor Newsom visited a Water Recycling plant.

Gov. Gavin Newsom visited a Carson water-recycling plant Tuesday, urging Californians to find ways of cutting their water use to combat a historic drought and saying the state is facing conditions it hasn’t seen in more than 1,200 years. Looks like it’s time everyone invests in rain catchers right?

We’ll be bringing it back to your brain next Friday with another Deja News. Until then, stay dry SoCal!

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