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Articles from the May 12, 2020 edition

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 By Samuel Alioto    Crime    May 12, 2020

Coronavirus: LA County Judges to Wear Face Masks by Order of the Presiding Judge

It may appear like a scene out of a movie. But for the foreseeable future, Los Angeles County Superior Court judges will be wearing face masks, to prevent the spread of Covid-19. This by order of the...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Politics    May 12, 2020

"Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down This Wall!" Santa Monica Residents Lose Patience With Irrational Continuing Shutdowns

Following the example of the state and county, Santa Monica is allowing certain types of businesses to reopen today in a limited fashion. The city began closing businesses during the third week of...

 

Local Man Celebrates his 100th Birthday With Drive-by Neighborhood Block Party

Sam Marquez turned 100 on Tuesday, and his family, friends and neighbors didn't want to let a little thing like Covid-19 get in the way of a celebration. So they threw him a drive-by 100th birthday...

 
 By Sabine Ganezer    Arts    May 12, 2020

What would happen if an Octopus took an Uber, and didn't like the Music on the Radio?

Delilah Demilo is a frustrated songwriter, a college dropout, and a venemous blue-ringed octopus. In The Benthophonicks, my debut comic, she sets off on a journey to find herself as an artist, but...

 

Teenager Uses Three D Printer Technology to Craft Facial Shields for First Responders

14 year old Mikey Strauss found a way to use his three dimensional printer, in order to help first responders working in the Coronavirus age: Making plastic face shields for them. "My 14 year old has...

 
 By Brian Presley    News    May 12, 2020

A New Santa Monica : Deep Budget Cuts are Inevitable, And Not Just Because of Covid-19

No matter what you think about how the City Council acted Tuesday night to address a potential $224 million deficit over the next two years, you have to feel pain. Not even pain for anybody in particu...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    May 12, 2020

Parade for First Responders around Providence St. Johns Hospital, and to UCLA hospital

A parade of cars wound around St. Johns early in the evening of Saturday May 2nd. It was intended to show support and say "Thank You" to the Frontline workers at hospitals of St. John's and UCLA. Part...

 

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