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Articles from the February 26, 2018 edition

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  • In SF, Good Vibrations for a Cannabis Pioneer Remembered for Courage

    Linda West, Maegan Dean|Feb 26, 2018

    As the Sun was being eclipsed on February 15, hundreds of people gathered in San Francisco’s Delores Park to celebrate the life and legend of Dennis Peron. The memorial was in accordance with his life’s work, and the first annual celebration of proposition 215 – the official legalization of cannabis in California. The celebration of life was to commemorate the man that tirelessly fought to decriminalize cannabis for all of us, and to free cannabis to be used as medicine to the sick who so despe...

  • Intelligence is Not Artificial at John Adams Middle School

    Observer Staff|Feb 26, 2018

    The John Adams Middle School "RoboVikings" squad is among just a few Middle School robotics teams competing over the past year with students from 7th through 12th grade. For the second year in a row, the team is advancing to the LA Regional Competition this Saturday in Monrovia. "Last weekend, in Palmdale, the RoboVikings won the prestigious "Connect" Award for educating their peers, parents, teachers and the Santa Monica community about robotics, the First Tech robotics competition and the...

  • McClure Tunnel Closed Sunday Night due to major traffic accident

    Feb 26, 2018

    Santa Monica police Sunday night, were working a major traffic accident just west of the McClure tunnel which connects PCH to the 10 freeway interstate. You...

  • How I Learned How to Free the Hydrogen Molecule from its H2O Shackles with HyrdroTab

    Omid Vojdani, Health and Wellness Editor, Edible Skinny|Feb 26, 2018

    Two weeks ago, I found myself at Bulletproof Labs in Santa Monica to be a guest at a launch party for HydroTab. HydroTab is a tablet that is added to plain water to 'free' the hydrogen molecule from its H20 shackles and, once consumed, helps the body detox at the molecular level inside the cell. To understand this, we've got to talk a little bit of chemistry and microbiology. While oxygen is a vital part of life (yay breathing), it is also a catabolic nutrient (think rust on a boat). To keep...