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Articles from the March 11, 2021 edition

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Religion and Sunday Morning in Prison

Since I had my first job at age 17, I always prefer to have Sundays and Mondays as my days off from work. It's a calm day so far. No prison staff vexing the population. Most guards prefer to do their...

 

Does Paying FICA Tax Now Increase My Benefit?

Ask Rusty – Does Paying FICA Tax Now Increase My Benefit? Dear Rusty: If a person retires at age sixty-six and continues to work full time, Social Security taxes are still taken out of his weekly...

 
 By C. Victor    Events   

The Donut Life Museum Transforms into a Place Where You Can Escape

The Donut Life Museum, founded by Kathy Ly and co-founders Alix Luu and Brian Ross, was created to "Make Life Sweet Again" and is the place where anyone can connect, be happy and make memories. Its...

 

Julia Morgan Legacy Event Goes Virtual

Julia Morgan Legacy Event Sunday, March 21 3 - 4 pm - Julia Morgan and the Men Who Built Hearst Castle The Annenberg Community Beach House and Santa Monica Conservancy present a special commemoration...

 
 By C. Victor    Events   

Make March Matter Campaign Rallies Celebrities and Businesses across Fashion, Fitness, Restaurants, and More to Support the Life-Saving Care CHLA Provides.

Children's Hospital Los Angeles (#1 children's hospital on the west coast and top 5 in the country) has launched their 6th Annual Make March Matter Campaign, a national campaign that rallies...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    March 11, 2021

California Quietly Okays Vaccines for Inmate Population; Nobody is Willing to Say They Made the Decision or Talk About it

March 9, 2021 - The California Department of Corrections, which runs the state's prisons quietly began offering Covid-19 vaccines to the staff and also incarerated individuals at the state's prisons...

 
 By Stan Greene    Crime    March 11, 2021

Puppy Stolen at Gunpoint by Three Men, One Armed, on the Venice Boardwalk

Lady Gaga’s English Bulldogs were stolen from her on February 24th and later recovered. But this is apparently not the only case of guns being used in canine robberies. “My roommate was walking...

 

30-days for Involuntary Hospitalization for Mental Illness Mulled In Ventura County; Palm Springs Machete Killer Released Early; Fire and Vandalism at Japanese Buddhist Temple, and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge rules victims lack standing to seek recusal of District Attorney's office Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Christopher Smith has rebuffed the plea by family members of two...

 
 By Mary Leipziger    News    March 11, 2021

Protest of the Tigray War At the Federal Building in Westwood.

A protest of the Tigray War took place at the Federal Building in Westwood Saturday. The conflict over a semitic ethnic minority in Eritrea, has led to accusations of war crimes against both sides....

 
 By Stan Greene    News    March 11, 2021

Hail Falls in Santa Monica, West LA During Wednesday Evening Storm

A winter storm rolled through So Cal early Wednesday morning and into Thursday night. The storm brought a rare burst of hail in Santa Monica. According to some social media reports, it was the first...

 

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