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Articles from the January 29, 2020 edition

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  • Donna Mills, Michele Lee and Joan Van Ark at 40th Anniversary of "Knots Landing" tribute at the Hollywood Museum

    Rachel Ganz, Observer Staff Writer|Jan 29, 2020

    It was a very thrilling evening at the Hollywood Museum (located in the Historic Max Factor Building ) 1660 N.Highland Ave, Hollywood, on Saturday evening January 18 , 2020 from 6-8 PM All the beautiful leading stars, Donna Mills, Michele Lee, and Joan Van Ark from"Knots Landing" were reunited for the 40th anniversary of "Knots Landing" with the unveiling of the gorgeous costumes worn by these three leading ladies "Knots Landing" was one of the most popular prime time television soap operas...

  • Celebrity Goldendoodles Come Out To Celebrate Penny Dipippo's Bark Mitzvah In Santa Monica.

    Christine Peake, Observer Staff Writer|Jan 29, 2020

    It was VIP only today in Santa Monica's Stoner Park to celebrate the Bark-Mitzvah of Penny- The fabulous Goldendoodle. Thirteen year old Penny, (who likes to go by the age of two) was joined by her closest studs & bitches. Penny was overheard barking about how time goes so fast in dog years but her friends reassured her she was looking great. Penny was dressed for the occasion in her custom made Tallis and Yarmulke which complimented her golden locks. 'ThatDoodleChewie' Instagram Stud King-...

  • LAX Becomes Home For the Homeless, as Prop 47 Takes It's Toll on the Nation's Busiest Airport

    Samuel Alioto, Observer Staff Writer|Jan 29, 2020

    No one is sure when he arrived or where he is from. But the middle aged homeless man in Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, talks almost incessantly to an imaginary person. Early one morning last week, he punctuated his talk to an imaginary presence by raising his voice. "I'm a doctor? I'm a doctor! ha haha," he exclaimed over and over again, laughing at his own not so private joke. Nearby is a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf outlet, selling $5 cups of coffee and $10 sandwiches to hurried...

  • On the Day of the Homeless Count: a Question for the Homeless Industrial Complex

    Olga Zurawska, Michael Louis|Jan 29, 2020

    Over the past two years eight lawsuits have been filed by clients and former employees against the City’s sole provider of homeless services, The People Concern. A current lawsuit by a former employee, a case manager, alleges that her supervisor repeatedly asked her and her co-worker to sign various forms and/or applications on behalf of the organization’s homeless clients. These forms included budgeting forms, low-income housing forms, compliance forms, policy and procedure forms and inc...

  • The 15th Annual Final Draft Awards Honors Quentin Tarantino, Steve Anthopolous, Lulu Wang

    Rachel Ganz, Observer Staff Writer|Jan 29, 2020

    On Tuesday evening January 21, 2020 the 15th Annual Final Drafts Awards honored Academy Award winning screenwriter Quentin Tarantino with the Hall of Fame Award for his bountiful contribution and artistry in screenwriting at the Paramount Theater, Paramount Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles. Quentin Tarantino's latest film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" acquired much praise and recognition with five Golden Globe nominations and the New York Film Critics Circle award for best screenplay,...