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Articles from the April 3, 2023 edition

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  • Spring and Easter Happenings Around California--Some Fun Spring Ideas for your Bucket List!

    Chanin Victor, Travel Editor|Apr 3, 2023

    Spring is here! Southern California is always a perfect place to spend your Spring Break and we've got some amazing ideas for you to add to your bucket list. RENAISSANCE ESMERALDA RESORT & SPA PRESENTS LAVISH EASTER BRUNCH AT CAVA RESTAURANT With spectacular views of the Santa Rosa Mountains, Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa welcomes guests to Cava – its bistro-style eatery with a relaxing terrace and farm-to-table California ingredient-focused culinary offerings for Easter Brunch. - S...

  • Self-revelation is the Dynamic of the Solo Operatic Aria: Pelléas et Melisande Conducted by James Conlon

    Mona Day,|Apr 3, 2023

    The opera tells the story of a prince lost in the forest, encountering an ethereal beauty with a mysterious past. After he brings her home to his family as his bride, she begins to grow increasingly close to his handsome younger brother. Debussy's sensual, exquisitely nuanced score casts a hypnotic spell, capturing an enigmatic dream world where forbidden love blossoms. Last presented by LA Opera in 1995, Christopher Koelsch, LA Opera's president and CEO calls it "one of the most rapturously...

  • Transgender Day of Vengeance Trends on Twitter, After Several School Shootings Where the Perpetrators were Transgender.

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Apr 3, 2023

    Someone is promoting violence against Christians on Twitter. This after a mass shooting by a transgender man named Audrey Hale at the Covenant Christian School in Nashville Tennessee. The shooting killed 6 people at the School on Monday, including 3 children. Hale was said to have once attended the school. Twitter suspended Marjorie Taylor Greene, among others, for re-posting the promotional poster for the purported "event." The tweet reads as follows: "Kill a christcuck. Behead Christcucks....

  • Mrs. Winston's Green Grocer Closes Ocean Park Blvd Location, Remains Open on Colorado in the Watergardens

    Sarah Storkin, Observer Staff Writer|Apr 3, 2023

    Done in by free lunches for the employees of a large social media company, a salad bar extraordinaire has closed its doors. Not to worry, though, as the restaurant will continue serving customers at its 2450 Colorado Avenue location. Mrs. Winston's Green Grocer opened its location on Ocean Park Blvd in 2009. Owner Eddy Winston named it in honor of his mom, Mrs. Winston. It closed permanently this month. Snapchat's parent company Snap Inc. is now the largest tenant in this part of the Santa...