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Articles from the May 5, 2021 edition

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 By Amber S. Jackson    People    May 5, 2021

Prison STALKER Encounter Leaves Amber Shaken

I'm in an earnest, sober state of mind. I've asked to block 'D.B.' from the entire email platform and placed on the BLACKLIST!! I've put people on the list before, but this man is the...

 By Observer Staff    News    May 5, 2021

Bill and Melinda Gates Announce that they are getting Divorced, after 27 years of Marriage

Bill and Melinda Gates jointly announced Monday that they will end their 27 year marriage. In a tweet from Bill Gates' account signed by the couple, the Gateses said that the decision came after a...


San Diego DA Frees Street Gangs to Roam; California State Bar Fails in its Job; Federal Judge Bans a New California Gun Control Law and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Suit over disclosing officer’s personnel file not a SLAPP An anti-SLAPP motion does not lie where a suit was brought based on conduct in prior litigation, the Court of Appeal for...

 By Alyssa Erdley    Politics    May 5, 2021

California Loses a Seat in the House of Representatives: So Why Are We Zoning For 1.34 Million More Housing Units in Southern California?

Every eight years, California's Department of Housing and Community Development comes up with a magic number of additional residents moving to the state for which the area must plan. The way they arri...

 By David Ganezer    News    May 5, 2021

Major Gas Leak at Lipton and Berkeley; At Least 8 Square Blocks of Santa Monica Without Power, Gas

4/30: A major natural gas leak near the intersection of Lipton Avenue and Berkeley Street, has caused an eight-block area of Santa Monica to lose electrical power and natural gas. Residents as far wes...

 By Jack Simon    News    May 5, 2021

Former LAX Police Chief, Ex-Councilman Named to New SM Oversight Commission

Eleven local residents – including one former councilmember, a retired Los Angeles Airport Police Chief, two current city commissioners and two young adults – have been appointed to serve on...

 By Corva Corvax    News    May 5, 2021

We Don't Need Everyone Vaccinated in Order to Reopen

In his latest newsletter, Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin wrote, "The sooner people get vaccinated, the sooner we can more completely reopen businesses." His implication is that only once a...

 By Stan Greene    Politics    May 5, 2021

Some Republicans Rush to Endorse Caitlyn Jenner for Governor of California After Recall of Gavin Newsom. Me, For One

About 15 years after California's last Republican Governor, elected in a recall, complained about all the "girly men" in Sacramento; the leading Republican candidate in California's next recall...


GBK Hosts the first Gifting lounge in honor of the Oscars, post the pandemic

Los Angeles, 4th May 2021. The Oscar awards are the highest recognition of talent and performance to the entertainment industry. After more than a year of lockdown, GBK hosted the first Celebrity...


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