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Articles from the May 19, 2014 edition

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Up to 80 Tires Slashed on Vehicles in SM

Authorities were looking Tuesday for a man who slashed up to 80 tires on cars parked in Santa Monica's Ocean Park neighborhood. KTLA-TV reported that the man argued with an employee at ZJ Boarding...

 

Transformer May Be To Blame

A transformer may be to blame for a late night apartment fire in Santa Monica, officials said Friday. The fire was reported around 10:45 p.m. Thursday at 850 2nd Street, the Santa Monica Fire...

 
 By Antje Weser    News    May 19, 2014

Lack of Oxygen Blamed for Marina Del Rey Fish Die-off

The fish kill in Marina Del Rey on May 18 was likely caused by the lack oxygen in the water and is nothing too unusual according to Wildlife officials. "A large anchovy school traveling outside the...

 

Samohi Varsity Softball

Samohi's Varsity Ocean League Champions have won 2 rounds in the CIF Playoffs. Quarter finals are Saturday, May 24. 1-0 final score with great defensive plays by all. Whitney Jones pitched a shut...

 

Drought Has a Silver Lining: Cleaner Water

The severe drought has given Los Angeles County residents another reason to flock to local beaches - water quality has significantly improved up and down the coast in the summer months, according to...

 

6th Annual Sustainable Santa Monica Student Art Poster Contest Winners

Zoe, center and Yabbi on her left, reviewing student entries in the 6th Annual Sustainable Santa Monica Student Art Poster Contest. SMMUSD students were asked, "What do you think it means to use...

 

Local News Briefs

Santa Monica Fire Department to Host Third Annual Sidewalk CPR In recognition of National CPR Week, the American Heart Association (AHA) is collaborating with the Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services Agency to coordinate a County wide...

 

Pal Motors Must Leave After 30 Years

Hari Pal, one of Santa Monica's finest gentleman, was just told he must vacate his 30 year old car repair shop in 1 month. Generations of Santa Monica residents have depended on Pal Motors to repair...

 

NORMS Building Demolished

After 50 years at Lincoln and Colorado, a construction tractor demolished NORMS Restaurant in 50 minutes last Tuesday. The new, out of town developers, plan to build 4 stories of mixed use retail and...

 

Team Rosland Capital Walks for Warriors

Santa Monica-based precious metal asset firm Rosland Capital will take steps to support homeless veterans in its local West LA community, as well as current and former service men and women during...

 

MinuteClinic Walk-in Medical Clinic Opens Inside CVS/pharmacy Store in SM

A MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinic has opened inside the CVS/pharmacy store in Santa Monica at 2505 Santa Monica Boulevard. It is the first location in Santa Monica and the 15th location in Los Ang...

 

Santa Monica Pier 2014 Twilight Concert Series Lineup Announced

The Pier's Twilight concert series, now in its 30th year, will begin it's 2014 series on Thursday, beginning July 10. This year's lineup includes a diverse range of sounds from all over the globe....

 

Music Is in the Air at SMC in June

The Santa Monica College Music Department is pleased to present a variety of spring concerts in June in The Broad Stage or The Edye at the SMC Performing Arts Center (Santa Monica Boulevard at 11th...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    May 19, 2014

STERLING CHANGES LAWYER FOR BATTLE AHEAD

As Donald Sterling prepares for a lawsuit against the NBA that could last for many years he has dismissed his longtime council and chosen an old ally. The firm of Manatt, Phelps and Phillips is out. V...

 

Kings Win, Salute Retiring Salanne

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter It has been a miraculous run for the Los Angeles Kings so far in the playoffs. In round one, they managed to pull off a reverse sweep of the San Jose Sharks,...

 

Walk to Africa Fundraising at Roosevelt

Kids raising money at Roosevelt Elementary School, by signing sponsors for their "Walk to Africa." Dr. Bob Hamilton founded Lighthouse Medical Missions in 20008. Every year, they go to Africa with 7...

 

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