Community, Diversity, Sustainability and other Overused Words

Articles from the May 22, 2020 edition

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  • Local Officials are Overdosing the Public with Their Stream of Irrational and Unsubstantiated Orders: e.g., Masks Outdoors

    Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude|May 22, 2020

    Every day, the city of Santa Monica sends out at least one "Covid-19 Update." The word 'update' is a euphemism for a new commandment. In fact, there is often more than one 'update' per day. These so-called updates from the ruling class graciously inform we lesser orders what activities we may engage in, where we may engage in such permitted activities, and how we must be outfitted in order to be permitted such unexpected boons. Never do these orders cite any studies or data to prove their...

  • LAMO Footwear Takes a Charitable Step for Holliblu Nurses

    Christine Peake, Christine Peake PR|May 22, 2020

    LAMO footwear is proud to announce the successful start of the new partnership with HOLLIBLU, an organization which supports the nurse's community nationwide. To get things off to a great start, the fashion forward footwear brand kicked off the new partnership generously donating 1000 pairs (Valued at $50,000+) of their comfortable, stylish, high quality footwear to much deserved nurses across the nation. Also included in the partnership, LAMO will partner with HOLLIBLU on select fundraising...

  • Santa Monica Reopens Palisades Park Thursday, May 13, 2020 Despite Covid19

    Janet McLaughlin, Observer Staff Writer|May 22, 2020

    The City of Santa Monica will remove the fences around Palisades park on Thursday, May 13. This according to City Council member Ted Winterer, speaking at the Ocean Park Association Meeting Wednesday. While the park and beaches are open, the beach parking lots will remain closed. As of now, preferential and permit parking violations are not being enforced, because of the "Safer at Home" orders in LA County. Mayor Ted McKeown said the city is discussing whether to restart enforcement on Friday....