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Articles from the February 20, 2023 edition

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  • Samohi Hosts St. Monica's Catholic High School in a non-league Baseball Game and Wins, 6-0

    Morgan Genser, Observer Staff Writer|Feb 20, 2023

    Img 1)Christian Recendez from the Santa Monica Prep High School boy's varsity baseball team throws a pitch to a batter from St. Monica baseball team at Samohi on Wednesday Feb 15th as Samohi hosted St. Monica in a non-league baseball game and won 6-0. With the win Samohi's record improve to 2 wins and 1 loss while St. Monica's record dropped to 0 wins and 2 losses. Recendez would end up pitching 6 shutout innings only giving up 1 hit. Img 2)Left Daniel Salcedo from the St. Monica Prep High...

  • Coupling the Moon with Evil is Clever Misogyny: Let's Destigmatize Witches

    Alita Arose, Special to the Observer|Feb 20, 2023

    The demonization of the term witch in conservative cultures and Christianity commits egregious wounding to the natural streams of wisdom in women. One of these fundamental natures is her monthly cycle. This cycle innately syncs with the moon along with the tides of the ocean. There are four weeks to her cycle with each week holding significance. Each week or sequence of her cycle carries disparate variations in her intuitions, depth and wisdom. Contemporaneously, the moon has four weeks in its c...

  • Saturday Shootout in Venice: Venice Blvd and Louella Avenue, Los Angeles Police Dept. Seeks Suspect. Video

    Matthew Gonzalez, Observer Staff Writer|Feb 20, 2023

    16, 11 am: There was a shootout underway Saturday in Venice on Venice Blvd and Louella Ave. Shooting began at 10 am approximately. "Looks like at least one shot at 2018 Lincoln." The Los Angeles Police Dept. is on scene. Venice Blvd was closed in both directions. There is a fire fight in progress, following a robbery. Suspect is described as a Black male red shirt black shorts about 5'8. This is breaking news. More details as they become available....

  • Santa Monica Police Activities League Deals Its Poker Tournament 2023 On February 25

    Observer Staff|Feb 20, 2023

    Take a seat at the table or watch from the sidelines for Santa Monica Police Activities League's Poker Tournament 2023 to benefit Santa Monica youth on Saturday, February 25 beginning with check-in, dinner and bar at 5 p.m., poker lessons at 5:30 p.m., and the official first hand dealt at 6 p.m. PAL's benefit poker night will take place at the Santa Monica Moose Lodge at 1600 Ocean Park Blvd. Getting started is easy with a $150 player tournament entry that includes dinner, one drink ticket and...