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Articles from the January 12, 2020 edition

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Story Corps Oral History Project Records on SM's Promenade

Slightly south of Wilshire Blvd on the Third Street Promenade sits a big silver van, with Story Corps scrawled in flowing red letters. A red metal desk sits near by. When I arrived yesterday Mia...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    January 12, 2020

AB-5: California's Gig Economy Law Reveals Who Brokers Power in Sacramento

The short list of winners under California's gig economy law and the long list of exceptions to it act like a neon sign announcing who controls the power in this state. The winners are the government...

 
 By Observer Staff    Events   

Calendar: Fairview Library Presents Music and Movement at the Library

Join us for a musical story time that will have little ones singing and dancing along as they learn important early literacy concepts at the Fairview Library on Friday, January 31, 2020 at 3:30 pm....

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    January 12, 2020

Trump Administration Acts to Protect Jews at UCLA Using Title VI

The Trump administration made it clear this week how they were going to act on the president's executive order that included Jews as a protected group under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. The U.S....

 

Duty Free - Harry and Meghan Determined To Make A Royal Mint- A PR Disaster Bigger Than Prince Andrew's TV Appearance.

Prince Harry and former actress Meghan Markle - The Duchess of Sussex, announced yesterday they are taking their own path, a road less travelled by a leading Royal since Prince Edward and Wallis...

 

The End of Stationary Retail: Staples to Exit Santa Monica February 7, 2020

The Staples store located at 15th and Wilshire Blvd will close permanently on February 7th, an employee of the store told our reporter. “Apparently, corporate was in talks with the landlord to...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    January 12, 2020

Sandmann Settles Litigation Against CNN for $750,000 in 2 Federal Defamation Actions

CNN settled with Nick Sandmann, a Kentucky high school student who had sued the news outlet for defamation. A CNN spokesman confirmed Tuesday that the claims had been settled. CNN paid Sandmann and...

 

GBK Kicks off the Award Season with their Golden Globes Luxury suite

Los Angeles, January 5-This Award season, GBK, the veteran Luxury Lifestyle Gifting and special events company honored the 2020 Golden Globe Nominees and Presenters on January 3rd and 4th by hosting...

 

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