Assisted living tries virtual reality to help seniors with dementia
Jane Auchter, 85, a resident at Encore at Avalon Park assisted living facility, gets some help from Encore activities director Shannon Manning to view a Mynd Virtual Reality video on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. (Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)
While homelessness surges in Disneyland’s shadow, Anaheim removes bus benches
Victor Gutierrez, 43, center, who is homeless and sleeps in his automobile, hangs out under a bus shelter while another homeless man, right, sleeps at the corner of Harbor Boulevard and Katella Avenue in Anaheim, Calif., on July 7, 2017. "I don't think it is good or bad, it did not solve the problem," said Gutierrez. "At least leave one bench for the elders and for the people who really need to sit down." Anaheim officials have removed benches at four bus stops to prevent the homeless from using them as beds or makeshift shelters, allegedly creating a nuisance in the high-traffic resort district. (Gary Coronado/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Angels beat Nationals 7-0
The Los Angeles Angels' C.J. Cron, left, and Albert Pujols celebrate Cron's sixth-inning two-run home run against the Washington Nationals and catcher Matt Wieters, right, on Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Calif. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Baseball autograph hounds make team hotels signature spot
Caitlin Springer, 15, crouches down while hoping to catch her hero, Aaron Judge, as New York Yankees autograph seekers wait patiently in front of the Grand Hotel in Minneapolis as players exit to board a bus to head to Target Field for a game against the Minnesota Twins on July 17, 2017. (Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
Entrepreneur brothers find e-commerce success catering to custom-car enthusiasts
A Ford Mustang is in a video studio where Stephanie Wood hosts an American Muscle Youtube video on July 13, 2017. American Muscle is one of Turn5's brands. Steve and Andrew Voudouris, launched the ecommerce business in their parents basement in 2004.(Margo Reed/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
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