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Articles from the January 5, 2017 edition

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Acupuncture Saves Little Girl from Eczema

After all other forms of treatment had failed, Ricardo Miranda, L.Ac.cured a little girl of eczema.  She was cured primarily through the use of acupuncture, says Miranda. The three year old girl...

 
 By Ron Irwin    Health    January 5, 2017

The Telomeres Will Eventually Kill Us All, But We Have a Lot to Say About When.

It's the Telomeres Are you starting to feel old? Are your friends hinting that you are starting to look old? Well then maybe you are indeed getting older but what exactly does that mean? How does...

 

Disposable Diapers Add Millions of Tons of Waste to Landfills Each Year

Disposable diapers are a popular consumer product in the United States, but reports show their convenience comes at a price. An estimated 20 billion disposable diapers are added to landfills...

 

Kerry Investigates Nazi UFOs in Antarctica: 12 Best Fake News Stories of 2016

Fake news (some prefer fictional news and information), was much discussed in 2016. Teenagers in towns across Macedonia competed for hits with each other and with mainstream US Media, posting fake...

 

Obama Family Voted Most Desirable New Neighbors for 2017; Justin Bieber Named Worst Neighbor in 2016

Americans would most like to be neighbors with the Obamas in 2017, according to the 10th annual Zillow® Celebrity Neighbor Survey. Popstar Justin Bieber was selected as the least desirable neighbo...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    January 5, 2017

Mariah Carey Blames Lip Syncing Debacle on Dick Clark Productions' Sound Guys

It was a cold, cold New Year's Eve in Times Square last night. Mariah Carey will probably be forgiven for lip-synced her way through her hits onstage. Finally, she threw in the towel, reports the New...

 

SMPD Combats Bike Accidents by Giving Out Tickets in Accident Prone Areas

The Santa Monica Police Department will be conducting Bike and Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations with focused enforcement efforts on primary collision factors involving motorists, pedestrians...

 
 By Grace Smith    Events   

SMC Offers "An Invitation to Rome" Workshop in January, 2017

The Santa Monica College Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery is pleased to present "An Invitation to Rome." The exhibition will be open to the public from Tuesday, January 10, to Saturday, January...

 

The Queen Mary's 5th Annual CHILL Holiday Magic Continues Through January 8, 2017

The holiday spirit will continue at the Queen Mary's 5th annual CHILL with family fun activities. Guests can experience the all-new, digitally immersive Alice in Winterland attraction, ice tubing,...

 

Red Solo Cup Developer Robert Hulseman Dies at 84

Former Solo Cup Co. President and Chief Executive Robert Hulseman has died at the age of 84. Hulseman passed away at his home in Northfield, Illinois on December 21. The cause of death has not been re...

 
 By Constance Farrell    Events   

New Year: Events at Santa Monica's Annenberg Beach House

Start off the New Year exploring great opportunities at the Annenberg Community Beach House with a lineup that offers something for everyone. From a synchronized swim class to free events including...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    January 5, 2017

Wreckage of helicopter and bodies of two men found in the sea off San Pedro

1/5/17: Two bodies were pulled from the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed off the coast of San Pedro, according to officials. The bodies were presumed to be that of photographer Michael Justice an...

 

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