Articles from the April 17, 2018 edition

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 By Nancy Kaufman    News    April 17, 2018

Methane Explosion at Playa del Rey would have a devastating blow to the Economy

The Playa del Rey gas storage field, owned and operated by Southern California Gas Company, was purchased by SoCal Gas in 1953 as field surplus. The storage facility dates back to pre World War Two...

 By Kat Thomas    Lifestyle    April 17, 2018

Driveable Daytrips: Father/Daughter SoCal-ing It Up at the Conejo Valley

A few weeks ago Edible Skinny was lucky to spend a few days exploring Conejo Valley for a Father/Daughter Getaway. Now we (sheepishly) admit up until this time we had only driven through this area of...

 By Observer Staff    News    April 17, 2018

Miramar Hotel Proposes Slightly Less Humongous Design at 130 feet

The owners of Santa Monica's historic Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows on Ocean and Wilshire unveiled new plans for a major expansion. At least they no longer call for a 21-story tower, reports...


Cher: The Beat Goes on with Additional 2018 Dates Added for her Concert Residency

Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy award-winning super star, Cher, whose career in music, theater, television, and films has spanned well over fifty years, purportedly retired in 2005 after her...

 By Observer Staff    Events   

Pilots to be Honored at Museum of Flying, including Dick Rutan and Angela Masson

The Museum of Flying has confirmed the attendance of the 2018 inductees into the California Aviation Hall of Fame. They are Angela Masson, Mike Melvill, Dick Rutan, and Barry Schiff. The Induction...


Interview With Sophie Fiennes: Director Of The New Documentary, "Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami"

"Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami" is a fascinating documentary that provides an intimate glimpse into the life of iconic singer, actress, and model Grace Jones; the film lifts the veil and showcases...

 By Observer Staff    News    April 17, 2018

Homeless Man Killed in Venice Hit and Run on Speedway and Wavecrest

4/19: A 32 year old homeless man was killed by a hit and run driver early Thursday morning, police said. Like the victim, the only witnesses to the post midnight incident were other homeless people...

 By Observer Staff    News    April 17, 2018

Three Injured in Metro Expo Line Collision at Lincoln and Colorado Blvd

4/19/18: Three people were hospitalized early Thursday morning after their vehicle was struck by a Metro Expo Line Train at Lincoln Blvd and Colorado, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department said. An SUV...


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