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Articles from the March 29, 2023 edition

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  • Transgender Female to Male Shoots and Kills Six at Covenant Christian School in Nashville; 3 Adults, 3 Children Dead

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Mar 29, 2023

    A 28 year old woman who considered herself transgender, shot up a private Christian school called "Covenant Christian School" in Nashville, Tennessee Monday morning, 3/27. Officers engaged and killed the shooter at the Covenant School, Nashville police spokesperson Don Aaron said. The shooter was a 28-year-old Nashville woman, police said. Females constitute less than 1% of all mass shooters, experts said. Three children and two adults were taken to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at V...

  • Rapper Kanye West Posts On Instagram That He No Longer Hates Jews, After Watching Jonah Hill in 21 Jump Street.

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Mar 29, 2023

    Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) just posted this on Instagram with a message that says "Watching Jonah Hill in 21 Jump street made (him) like Jewish people again." He then went on to say nobody should Project anger toward two people onto millions of people. He still remains banned on Twitter. “No Christian can be labelled antisemite knowing Jesus is Jew. Thank you Jonah Hill I love you" Kanye, an actor and rapper, reportedly knows Jonah Hill. There are a handful of photos of the two men t...

  • Florida State Rep. Reads "Anita Dick" and "Holden Hiscock" as names of Constituents

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Mar 29, 2023

    In a scene that called to mind the Biggus Dickus skit from Monty Python, a Florida state representative reads "Anita Dick" and "Holden Hiscock" into the record on March 20, 2023. Florida state representative Will Robinson Jr. was tricked into reading the names 'Anita Dick' and 'Holden Hiscock' into the record during a committee meeting this week. Needless to say, Twitter found this to be the most important thing that happened this week, and we quite agree. It called to mind Bart Simpson calling...

  • Salsa Way at the Pier Brings Latin Dance and The Power of Human Movement

    Michelle Edgar, Special to the Observer|Mar 29, 2023

    Locals Night brought salsa to the Santa Monica Pier with Salsa Way, created by co-founders Cesar Romero and Michelle Edgar, a city-wide series of community events connecting people from all walks of life together through the power of dance, while celebrating culture and community. The vision is to highlight the heritage of salsa in the community and inspire others to dance in their daily lives for wellness and fitness purposes. "We wanted to bring all walks of life together across generations...

  • SMPD Harbor Patrol at Santa Monica Pier Rescue One Person From the Water

    Matthew Gonzalez, Observer Staff Writer|Mar 29, 2023

    Santa Monica Police Dept. Harbor Guards have declared an Ocean emergency harbor office in their work area Friday 3.27. They reported that there was one person in the water. Harbor guards (officially the Harbor Patrol) were deploying into the water at 3:30 pm to conduct an active water rescue. They recovered the patient who was reportedly unconscious. Using an automated CPR device, they're loaded the patient into an ambulance, where he or she was sent to UCLA hospital, reportedly in critical...

  • Actress and model Eugenia Kuzmina supports Owen Wilson at red carpet Premiere of his new movie Paint.

    Christine Peake, PeakPRGroup|Mar 29, 2023

    Fans of film and art came out in full support of the must see movie ‘Paint’ starring the talented and unique actor Owen Wilson. Actress and supermodel Eugenia Kuzmina took the red carpet fashion to the next level wearing a wool dress with a silk screen painted portrait, inspired by Veruschka von Lehndorff who was featured in the British Film Blow Up, a movie that inspired designer/stylist Veta Horwitz to create the stunning wearable art. Paint tells the story of Wilson's character, Carl Nargle,...