Santa Monica Observer - Community, Diversity, Sustainability and other Overused Words

Articles from the May 10, 2019 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 7 of 7



 By Mary Leipziger    News    May 10, 2019

Pilgrim Lutheran Church Celebrates 105 Years in Santa Monica

Pilgrim Lutheran Church celebrated its 105 Anniversary on May 5, 2019 with a special sermon by Rev. Dr. Micheal Gibson, the president of the Pacific SW district of Lutheran Missouri Synod. A...

 
 By Observer Staff    News    May 10, 2019

Shore Hotel Retroactively Seeks Coastal Commission Approval to Open as a Hotel

Somehow, the Shore Hotel in Santa Monica opened two years ago with a Coastal Commission permit. Wednesday, the hotel, which bills itself as sustainable and environmentally sensitive, will appear...

 

Netflix Resurrects Lucifer Wednesday May 8. The Devil Is In The Details

5/8/19: It turns out there is life after death. At least for a certain Fox TV series about the Devil coming to Los Angeles and making friends at the LAPD. Netflix has brought back Lucifer for a 4th...

 
 By Omid Vojdani    Lifestyle    May 10, 2019

Tailored Travel Workouts with Aktiv Virtual: Customizing the Gym Experience

As a personal trainer, one of my biggest pet peeves was seeing how many people would come to the gym just to do 'cardio' on the ellipticals or treadmill, rather than head out to the weight room. At...

 
 By RAND    Politics    May 10, 2019

New Strategies to Stress-out Russia by Playing to Putin's Vulnerabilities and Anxieties

RAND Suggests Nonviolent Ways to Exploit Russian Vulnerabilities Russia's use of information warfare and its conventional military arsenal make it a formidable opponent, but the state also has...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    May 10, 2019

Community Corps to Build 94 Units Across 14th Street from Woodlawn Cemetery

Community Corp. of Santa Monica (CCSM) will be holding a public hearing this month on their proposal to build 55 affordable housing units on 14th Street, across the street from Woodlawn Cemetery. The...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    May 10, 2019

Southern California Housing Prices Fall 0.2%, Breaking a 7 Year Trend

Housing prices and sales are falling in California, according to a report by the California Association of Realtors. Although the statewide median home price is up a tiny 0.2 percent, at $565,880,...

 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019