We’re honored to be curating the sound for the first official Art Walk/Block Party for the city of Upland
Stay tuned for the official Artist lineup........... @vaultofupland and @pinplugged present:
Upland's First Artwalk
Sat July 14th
5pm - 10pm
We are now booking
*Comic Book Vendors *Food trucks
*Clothing companies + More
SPACE IS LIMITED
CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY
Send an email to Uplandartwalk@gmail.com for an application
10 x 10 space is $40 and 6 ft table space is $25
Please help spread the word
"The steps the federal government is taking to protect endangered killer whales aren’t enough to help declining populations recover, advocates say, following “devastating” news that another Southern Resident whale is presumed dead.
The Washington-based Center for Whale Research announced late last week that Crewser, a member of L-Pod, who was also known as L-92, hadn’t been seen since last fall and is presumed he died.
Crewser, a 23-year-old male, was easily recognizable by his distinctive dorsal fin even from a distance, said Rachael Merrett, the species protection co-ordinator with the Georgia Strait Alliance. With his death, the Southern Resident population has declined to an alarming 75 whales.
His loss may be felt on a deeply emotional and psychological level. Scientists have noticed behavioural changes in whales after they experience loss, Merrett said.
Crewser dealt with his own loss when he was about seven years old with the death of his mother. In 2002, she washed up in Washington with signs of blunt force trauma, Merrett said, and the mystery of her death was never solved.
After she passed away, Crewser began travelling with his aunt Ballena, his only remaining family member. With the population at a critical level, “every loss is catastrophic,” said Christianne Wilhelmson, the Georgia Strait Alliance’s executive director..."