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Stella’s Scoops Volume 18

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Happy Mother’s Day!

We got some wildly growing families in this state. Don’t forget to treat your mother(s) to something special today. Whatever makes you two related, show appreciation by giving her a hug, a gift, or even kind words.

Carmen and Chevy enjoying mother-daughter time outdoors. (Photo Credit: Carmen Mason-Medlin)

DOGS!

There were three dogs at the inauguration, which took place at the Vinewood Bowl. Fish, Luna, and Scout borked borked around the place when Erin and I arrived early before people started showing up. Fish seemed to get excited at the mention of Yam, who is the doggo at Pillbox. Most people seem to be afraid of Luna. And Scout growled at Annie during the protest stuff. I rate these dogs a five out of three. 

Doggos (and humans) left to right: Scout, Luna, Fish (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

New Congress, Who Dis?

Speaking of which, the five state representatives and Lieutenant Governor Damien Key were sworn in. Tavlar had to be sworn in outside at the parking lot instead of onstage because of his swords. Will exceptions be made for him at all upcoming government events where the no-weapon policy is in place, or will he just have to start bringing a lounge chair and camp outside until people go to him? Anyway, Ryry wasn’t there because he was over at Cayo Perico hanging out with Juan Pablo DeLaRosa. He was sworn in this evening by Associate Justice Kylian Clarkson. The state representatives had their first meeting right after the inauguration, and they sorted out who will be Speaker, Secretary, and Treasurer for the term. Looks like the 7th Congress is getting things going right away!

Adrian Jax thanking the law enforcement for their help at the Inauguration since Larry Tate wouldn’t. (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

Eclipse Marketplace…

Two weeks ago, I saw a sign in the Eclipse apartments garage for what seemed like someone selling bands. Underneath it, LSPD responded, saying that they’d be in touch. Did they ever get in touch? What’s the update on the situation? I’m curious!

Signs regarding bands on a garage wall. (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

Bands are the only thing on the market. We apparently also have someone selling heavy drills. I feel like we’re watching the start of the Eclipse neighborhood marketplace growing. Next thing we know, there’ll be a group chat for the marketplace with photos of the items. After that, we’ll be seeing Mirror Park or Paleto having their own marketplaces. With the housing market slowly opening up again, there are going to be so many lively neighborhoods throughout the state, and they could all have their own marketplaces.

Someone selling a potted plant? Your next-door neighbor, Kelsey, has one too many in her bathroom and needs to get rid of it. Someone selling hand-me-downs? Greg from down the block is finally cleaning out his grandma’s closet. Whatever is going on, I think there’s an unofficial neighborhood marketplace sprouting, and I’m really curious about how this will continue with time.

A “Heavy Drills For Sale” sign outside the Eclipse apartments entrance. (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

Thank You, Hospital!

There were many San Andreas Medical Services (SAMS) events this week, including blood drives and games. Bingo was on Wednesday, sandwiched between three days of blood drives and partying. The Nightingale Concert was on Friday night with tons of artists and DJs. Closing out the week of SAMS events was the SAMS Games, which included Ventoso jousting and bumper cars. I reached out to Seraphine from SAMS, and she’s going to get back to me on how the week went later. All the blood for all the injured, and maybe vampires too (unconfirmed)!

DJ XR and dancers performing at the Nightingale Concert. (Photo Credit: Stella Day)

Upcoming Events:

  • May 16th @ 4PM ET: SA State Library Creative Writing Club
  • May 17th @ 9PM ET: Addict Support Group: Resentments
  • May 18th @ 9:30PM ET: Wildcat Scooter Races
  • May 19th @ 3:30PM ET: Tour de Los Santos
  • May 19th @ 9PM – 2AM ET: Stars N’ Cars
  • May 19th @ 10PM ET: Hardcore Games Return! Freeze Tag
  • May 19th @ 10PM ET: ANimALz Mass Grave Funeral
  • May 20th @ 5PM ET: Vespucci Block Party, Hosted by The Pit and Caked Up
  • May 20th @ 9PM ET: Blissful Events Beach Bash
  • May 22nd @ 10PM ET: Petal Thorne & Derrick Carter’s Wedding Reception (open to the public)

Stella’s Recommendation of the Week…

This week, I’m recommending you all go touch some grass. It has been a strange week between things happening on Twitter and out in the community. Go get some fresh air and take a moment to reflect on the week. Think about what you’re looking forward to in the new week. What can we do to check in on ourselves? What about checking in on our friends and families? Get close to Mother Nature and show her some appreciation. Also, make sure to call Niko McReary for advice on touching the grass. [Insert Niko’s number here]

Stella, August, and Zalena touching grass at various locations. (Photo Credit: Stella Day, Erin Murphy, Zalena Steinbeck)

Have a Stella Day and a hardcore night, San Andreas!

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