Since closing this webpage down, the complaints have not ceased... so, by true popular demand, I will be resurrecting a number of new inputs here .... again,

The radio show is going clunk clunk, and I am still having difficulties, but keep checking the http://www.portholeradio.com site for something---anything--- to be up on the web.

An unseasonal-warm rain-less November...... and now more "no rain" in December, the C of C and Port cancelled the boat lighting contest this year so we are dark for the holidays... simply too much work and time and money.

Last week, a jury in the US District Court in San Francisco found former Bumble Bee CEO Chris Lischewski guilty of participating in a conspiracy to fix prices of canned tuna sold in the United States.

Lischewski faces up to 10 years in prison and up to $10 million dollars in fines. Sentencing will be carried out later.

I HAVE REPORTED ABOUT CONTAMINATED SEAFOOD  MANY TIMES,  here is one that did not get away. . . According to a release by the U.S. Department of Justice.

The Vancouver B.C. 7 Seas Seafood Company and its owner 
 John Heras, 78, admitted and pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court in Seattle, to illegally importing more than 9,000 pounds rotten putrid seafood into the U.S. that was actually FDA rejected as “potentially adulterated fish” . between Octoberi 2014 and August 2015. 

He agreed to pay a $150,000 fine and could face up to a year in prison after sentencing in February.

Approximately 9,020 pounds of tainted frozen Corvina was refused entry into the U.S. from Mexico after the FDA determined it was decomposed and putrid,” Seven Seas then shipped the fish to its Vancouver, after the Corvina arrived in B.C., 7 Seas then cooked the fish and claimed they found nothing wrong with it, so they then sold the fish to Washington state markets...   Yum !