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Articles from the July 3, 2017 edition

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 By Observer Staff    News    July 3, 2017

Council Approves Temporary Civic Center Athletic Field for Lacrosse and Soccer

6/27: At its Tuesday night meeting, the Santa Monica City Council reaffirmed a "temporary" soccer/lacrosse field will be built at the Civic Center. If all goes according to current plan, it would be i...


The Incredibly Painful Story of the Happiest Day of My Life

I want to write my birth story before I forget! Everyday I forget a little piece of my experience. Supposedly there's hormones that are released after you give birth to make you forget all about the p...

 By Zane    News    July 3, 2017

Man Visits Disneyland 2000 Days in a Row

Huntington Beach resident Jeff Reitz, who has visited the parks of the Disneyland Resort every day since January 1, 2012, marked his 2,000th consecutive visit on Thursday, June 22. When Reitz, a...

 By Zane    Entertainment    July 3, 2017

Universal Studios Hollywood Brings American Horror Story to Halloween Horror Nights

Universal Studios Hollywood announces the return of FX's critically-acclaimed, Award-winning television series "American Horror Story," bringing Ryan Murphy's demented "Roanoke" installment to life...

 By Zane    Business    July 3, 2017

Santa Monica Business on List of Most Pet-Friendly Companies

At home, Fido is often the first one to greet you at the door, tail wagging and smiles abound. What if you could bring that same enthusiasm to the workplace? A new survey from Wellness Natural Pet...

 By Stan Greene    News    July 3, 2017

North Korea Responsible for USS Fitzgerald Collision with ACX Freighter

The mystery surround the June 18th collision of a US Navy Destroyer and a cargo ship near Tokyo harbor has been solved. The North Koreans caused the advanced avoidance detection systems on both ships...


NY Times Blamed Sarah Palin for Gaby Giffords Attack, Then Apologized

Following the Virginia shooting which has left Rep. Steve Scalise reportedly still fighting for his life, the New York Times brought out an old blood libel. In a scramble to spread the blame for gun v...

 By Jared Thomas    Opinion    July 3, 2017

Is the City of Santa Monica too Incompetent to do Basic Road Design?

Is the city of Santa Monica too incompetent for basic road design? Just outside my own apartment on the busy intersection of 7th and San Vicente, contradictory signs newly installed by the City of...

 By Zane    News    July 3, 2017

Beyoncé Partners With UNICEF to Bring Safe Water to Children in Remote Areas

Global entertainer and humanitarian, Beyoncé has teamed up with UNICEF through her BeyGOOD philanthropic arm to announce the launch of BEYGOOD4BURUNDI, a multi-year partnership to provide safe water...


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