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Articles from the May 10, 2017 edition

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Local Resident Ed Moosbrugger Suffers Brain Disability, Meningoencephalitis

My younger brother, Ed Moosbrugger, is suffering from Meningoencephalitis," writes his brother, also named Ed Moosbrubber, who formerly covered sports for the Santa Monica Outlook, and the University...

 
 By Zane    Science    May 10, 2017

California Science Center to Open BODY WORLDS: PULSE May 20, 2017

The California Science Center introduced Gunther Von Hagens' BODY WORLDS exhibition of real human bodies to the Americas in 2004, drawing a record setting attendance of nearly one million guests. In r...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    May 10, 2017

Trump Orders Complete Disclosure of UFO Data Kept by CIA In Area 51

As he spoke to astronauts on the International Space Station on Monday, President Donald Trump has ordered the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency to review and release all files...

 
 By Christine Peake    People    May 10, 2017

Celebrity Fitness Trainer Charlene Ciardiello Works Out With Actress Erin Gavin For Her Next Movie Role.

Usually known for her dramatic recent theatre roles in 'Marilyn My Secret' and 'Marilyn & Sinatra', actress Erin Gavin has been playing Marilyn Monroe for two years taking the critically...

 
 By Zane    Obituaries    May 10, 2017

Ice Cream King T. Gary Rogers Dies in Oakland. CEO of Dreyers, Safeway, Levis

The Rogers family announced the passing of T. Gary Rogers. He was the chairman and CEO of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream for 30 years as well as the chairman of Safeway Inc., the Federal Reserve Bank of...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    May 10, 2017

"Flash Event" Injures Two Edison Employees and Darkens Santa Monica North of Wilshire

Update, Friday morning, 11:30: “I can confirm that there was a flash event last night,” said David Song, SCE’s public affairs officer. “It did not involve a transformer.” “First there was...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    May 10, 2017

Magnitude 3.0 Earthquake Felt in Santa Monica and Across Westside

An earthquake was felt Monday evening in Santa Monica and across Western Los Angeles County. Residents felt a sharp jolt just after 10:28 pm. The US Geological Survey says that the minor quake registe...

 
 By Zoe Muntaner    Lifestyle    May 10, 2017

Risky Business Theme Highlights Importance of Knowing When Behaviors and Habits Can Be Unhealthy

Santa Monica, CA May 8, 2017-When you or someone you love is dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it's a lot to handle. It's important to remember that mental health is essential to...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    May 10, 2017

Santa Monica Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks Announces September Retirement

5/5/17: In a press release as lavish with praise as her $434,000 a year paycheck, the City of Santa Monica announced that Santa Monica Police (SMPD) Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks is retiring. At 58, she...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    May 10, 2017

Possible Radiation Release at Hanford Nuclear Reactor in Eastern Washington State

Buried like nuclear waste in the desert is a story broke today more important than the non-stop Cable News about Trump's firing of FBI Dir. James Comey. The tunnels where tons of spent nuclear rods...

 
 By Kat Thomas    Travel    May 10, 2017

Winchester Mystery House, Hyatt Carmel Highlands, and the Pacific's Edge Restaurant

Edible Skinny loves a road trip like nobody's fool so last month were delighted to hop in our ride towards the Bay area! There we explored Mysterious Mansions, dined on extravagant (and veggie friendl...

 
 By Samuel Alioto    News    May 10, 2017

We're Not Blowing Up North Korean Rockets. The Red Chinese Are

It is one of the biggest non-mysteries of Asia: Why do DPRK (North Korea) ballistic missiles keep blowing up? The DPRK Rocket Force has a recent failure rate of 90%. The answer is, because the...

 
 By Zane    News    May 10, 2017

Sunnyvale CA Braces as City Employees Prepare to go on Strike

A strike by members of the Sunnyvale Employees Association (SEA) that begins at 12.01 a.m. May 1 is expected to last for several days, inconveniencing City residents and leading to substantial...

 

Things Are Looking A Lot Brighter On Montana Avenue With New Lights ....

If you are a Santa Monica local resident or business owner you will have noticed a definite change on Montana Avenue. After sunset the entire avenue is brightly lit up as a result of the newly...

 

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