Pacific Park To Host Alternative Fuel Vehicles Day This Saturday, Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier will host an “Alternative Fuel Vehicles Day”, where residents from Santa Monica and surrounding cities will be able to gather in support of more energy efficient vehicles. Coinciding with this event Pacific Park will also unveil their new SIG Alert EV bumper cars. The event will be held on the pier on the upper parking lot, from 11am–3 pm. The first 100 alternative fuel car drivers will get free parking on the pier, coffee, and doughnuts. Any driver of alternative fuel cars counting electric vehicles, neighborhood electric vehicles, and hybrids will get two free passes to SIG Alert EV from 11am-12am. To provide proof of ownership you have to bring either a picture of you standing next to your alternative fuel vehicle or have them present on your mobile phone/camera. Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Hospital Among the BestThe May/June 2009 issue, AARP The Magazine, contained a consumer checkbook survey that listed the top hospitals in the U.S., with UCLA Hospital receiving top honors The results were conducted by surveying both doctors across the country, collecting 140,000 ratings of hospitals in their own communities, and also asking doctors if they would recommend outsourcing their patients to another hospital better equipped to handle complicated issues such as heart disease, cancer, and other ailments.In addition to making the top 125 hospitals list, UCLA was also listed for neurosurgery, mystery diagnoses and eye care through UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye when doctors surveyed by Consumers’ Checkbook were asked where they were most likely to send patients with extremely difficult cases.Unurban Café Announces All Day- Benefit SaleThe Urban Café at 3301 Pico Boulevard will be holding an all day sale to benefit community service and individual sellers. The sale will be both outside and inside the café, with books to jewelry and everything in between on display. This all day sale is being sponsored by 911TruthLA and the Unurban café. The event will take place March 28 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., you can come and look at stuff to buy or bring your old stuff to sell. This event is meant to support and recycle local artistry and support community service. To be involved or if you have something to sell you can call 310.470.4557 for more information.
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