Articles from the June 10, 2019 edition

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 By David Ganezer    Schools    June 10, 2019

Ann Whitley Receives Award for Excellence at Roosevelt Elementary School, as she retires after 31 years.

Ann Whitley taught at Roosevelt Elementary School starting 31 years ago, in 1988. This year, she retired. During that time, she team taught with several other teachers, including Angie Snow, Megan...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    June 10, 2019

Santa Monica Recycling Center Closes Due to National Recycling Crisis Caused by China's New Policy

The City of Santa Monica has announced that the Recycling Center located on Michigan Avenue, has closed. The announcement was made on the City's website. https://www.smgov.net/uplo...

 
 By Sara Lemel    Lifestyle    June 10, 2019

Tel Aviv Scooters Irk Some, Delight Others. As cities around the world brace for a wave of battery-powered scooters

Tel Aviv (dpa) - Tel Aviv likes to think of itself as the "city that never sleeps" and electric scooters, which many residents are now using to get about, fit perfectly with that image. But they have...

 
 By Kat Thomas    Travel    June 10, 2019

A Tale of Las Cruces, Visiting The City Twice on a Road Trip From Vegas to Houston and Back

About a month ago Edible Skinny was lucky enough to visit the city of Las Cruces in New Mexico. The city, on the edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, is located at the junction of Interstate Highways 10...

 
 By Olga Zurawska    Opinion    June 10, 2019

Advocates Slam Himmelrich, Cole, Maceri over Homeless Services in Santa Monica

We oppose the extension of funding for OPCC dba The People Concern, unless the City commissions an independent fiscal and performance audit. If the City extends the funding, we propose it should be...

 
 By Erin Hale    Politics    June 10, 2019

Hong Kong Police Clash with Student Protestors as One Million People take to the Streets

Hong Kong (dpa) - Hong Kong's largest protest in decades ended with clashes late Sunday as hundreds of protesters attempted to break through police barricades to enter government headquarters. Police...

 
 By DPA    News    June 10, 2019

Russian Journalist Arrested on Drug Charges; Ribs Broken by Moscow Police, he claims

Moscow (dpa) - Three of Russia's most popular newspapers united on Monday in support of journalist Ivan Golunov, who has been arrested on a questionable drug charge. The newspapers Vedomosti, Kommersa...

 

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