Kenny Slaught – US Relies Heavily On Power From Hoover Dam

Hoover Damn is a project that was started in 1931 and finished in 1936, during the country’s Great Depression period. First named Boulder Dam, the structure’s name was switched to Hoover Dam as a homage to then-President Herbert Hoover. He was one of the people who financed the structure that ended up costing $49 million. … More Kenny Slaught – US Relies Heavily On Power From Hoover Dam

Kenny Slaught Advocates For Family Mentorship Programs In California

California based real estate expert Kenny Slaught talks about the importance of providing support to those affected by tragedies on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Slaught fully supports one of the programs at the Hospice of Santa Barbara, Parenting After Loss. This way, Slaught continues his mission of educating the public and showing empathy to people … More Kenny Slaught Advocates For Family Mentorship Programs In California

Kenny Slaught Lists Gaviota Gorge Tunnel and Burton Mound As Must See Sites of Santa Barbara

Burton Mound, an ancient indigenous village, was discovered in 1542 by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. He was the first European explorer to visit current California. Kenny Slaught explains that Catholic missions in Santa Barbara brought disease over the natives, who perished in the early 19th century as a result. Burton Mound has been designated a National … More Kenny Slaught Lists Gaviota Gorge Tunnel and Burton Mound As Must See Sites of Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught On California’s Architectural Timeline

The Spanish Colonial Revival movement was the United States architectural style created at the beginning of the 20th century. The process started with the Spanish Colonial engineering in a few urban areas that used to be Spanish provinces, but slowly turned into American urban communities. An important example of this architectural style can be seen … More Kenny Slaught On California’s Architectural Timeline