Articles from the April 16, 2017 edition

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 By Observer Staff    News    April 16, 2017

Second Drug Related Death in Three Weeks of a Santa Monica High School Student

Update, 5/10/17: Leslie Hernandez disenrolled in Santa Monica schools in March of 2015. She was a student at the time of her death, but she was not a student specifically at SamoHi or any SMMUSD...


Teen Scientist Wins $250,000 Regeneron Science Talent Search Award

Society for Science & the Public and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has announced that Indrani Das, 17, of Oradell, New Jersey, won the top award in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the...

 By Stan Greene    Politics    April 16, 2017

Trump Calls it "Fake News." Thomas Jefferson Said Pretty Much The Same Thing About Newspapers

Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence; Donald Trump wrote the Art of the Deal. Jefferson owned Monticello; Trump owns Mar A Lago. Jefferson owned slaves, dozens of them. He had an...

 By Stan Greene    Politics    April 16, 2017

8th Suspicious Death of Russian Diplomat or Official in 5 months: Denis Voronenkov

Update: CNN has added the deaths of three more Russian diplomats or officials in two months to the list. CNN has noticed what we noticed 2 months ago: The mysterious deaths of Russian officials are...


Couldn't we all just get along? Asks Halton Pardee, celebrating SNAP Inc's Venice Presence

Venice Beach, CA is still where the action is today, in its new, improved and future form. Snap, the technology boom, the rise of digital capitalism, and Snapchat as the disrupter of social media all...

 By Zane    Business    April 16, 2017

Free Solar Systems to Orphanages Throughout Baja Mexico and Beyond

Powerpedia, a San Diego-based renewable energy consultancy has announced the formation of the nonprofit organization GetChargedUp to facilitate a multi-year commitment of providing free solar systems...


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