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Articles from the February 3, 2021 edition

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  • A Chilean Tale of Love. Another Striking Entry in the LGBT International Movie Releases.

    Lucrezia Barboni, Observer Film Reviewer|Feb 3, 2021

    "If I go it's because I earned that opportunity. Not because I have all the money in the world".Opportunities vary by situation to situation and how we look at them. There are people who create opportunities and there are people who look for them. Sometimes we chase an opportunity and accidentally land onto something that we never expected... But what does actually mean to have an opportunity? This is what "Los Fuertos", or "The strong ones" wants to answer. This movie came out in 2019, and it...

  • Drive-in Movie Theater Created out of the Former Sears Parking Lot, First Movie on February 11

    Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff|Feb 3, 2021

    WE Drive-Ins has taken over the parking lot at the old Sears building and is turning it into a drive-in movie theater, dubbing it The Mark. The latest Hollywood movies will be projected nightly via state-of-the-art, high lumen brightness DCI-compliant 2k and 4k studio approved projectors. The proprietors claim these are the same projectors used at your favorite (now probably defunct) indoor movie theater. Sound will be transmitted to the FM receiver of your car radio via a dedicated frequency....

  • One Homeless Man Arrested for Trying to Kill Another With His Bare Hands

    Lt. Rudy Flores, SMPD PIO|Feb 3, 2021

    The SMPD says that they have arrested one homeless man for trying to kill another. The press release follows below. On January 31, 2021 at about 11:21 p.m., officers from the Santa Monica Police Department responded to the intersection of 4th and Colorado regarding an "unknown trouble" call. When officers arrived on scene, they discovered a male victim who was bleeding profusely from his face. The victim told officers he was punched several times in the face by an unknown individual and strangle...

  • How Positive Energy and Generosity of Spirit Made Larry the King of the News Broadcasting World

    Rachel Ganz, Observer Staff Writer|Feb 3, 2021

    Tribute to Larry King, Legendary TV and Talk Show Host by Rachel Ganz Larry King was more than a legendary CNN host and iconic radio interviewer, whose career surpassed 63 years. Larry King died at age 87 on Saturday January 23, 2021 at Cedar- Sinai Medical Center of Covid-19 complications Larry King (born Lawrence Harvey Zeiger) was born on November 19, 1933 in Brooklyn New York. His parents Jennie (Gitlitz) and father Aaron Zeiger, were Orthodox Jews who immigrated to the United States from...