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Articles from the July 13, 2022 edition

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  • Rare Fire in 90402 Scorches Santa Monica Apt. on 100 Palisades Drive

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Jul 13, 2022

    Santa Monica firefighters extinguished a fire at 100 Palisades Drive early Tuesday morning, by chopping a hole in the building's roof. This according to Capt. Patrick Nulty, who sent the following press release: On Tuesday July 12th, 2022 at approximately 8:36 a.m. Santa Monica Firefighters responded to a report of a structure fire in the 100 block of Palisades Avenue. Upon arrival, Firefighters found a two-story apartment building with a working fire in one unit on the second floor....

  • Mainstream Media Ignores Newly Released Video Showing Hunter Biden Weighing Crack on Scales

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Jul 13, 2022

    Remember the Hunter Biden laptop? You could get banned from Facebook or Twitter for mentioning it in the run-up to the November 2020 US Presidential election. Well it turns out that not only is the thing authentic (Hunter left it with a computer repairman in New Jersey in 2018). But it contains evidence that the president's son cavorted with prostitutes and used illegal drugs. This is the same Hunter Biden who shlepped bags of cash back for "the big guy" from places like China and Ukraine. But...

  • Santa Monica Resident Anne Coleman Named Director of the UCLA Stein Eye Institute

    Brad Smith, SR PR officer, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health|Jul 13, 2022

    Los Angeles (July 1, 2022) - Dr. Anne L. Coleman, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of epidemiology and an internationally known vision researcher, physician and professional leader, has been named executive medical director and chair of the department of ophthalmology at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine. Coleman, a Santa Monica resident, will also serve as director of the UCLA Stein Eye Institute and affiliation chair of the Doheny Eye Institute. Her appointment takes...

  • Girl on bike eating ice cream at the beach with a Campland sign.

    Experience Year-Round Family RV Camping at Campland on the Bay in Southern California

    Chanin Victor, Travel & Lifestyle Editor|Jul 13, 2022

    Wondering where you can take the family for the best RV camping in Southern California? Campland on the Bay exudes summer and a recreational vehicle lifestyle offers something for everyone. Located on Mission Bay, the nation's largest aquatic park, the resort offers 40 acres of RV resort with a secluded beach just steps away. Kids will have a blast, and once the RV is set up and ready to go, parents will feel the carefree nostalgia they once had when they vacationed as kids. It's summer...

  • Job Fair at Santa Monica Place Will Be Heavy On Hotels, Resorts, Restaurants and Rentals. After All, This is a Tourist Town

    Observer Staff|Jul 13, 2022

    Santa Monica Travel and Tourism and Santa Monica Place will host a job fair on Tuesday, July 12 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The fair will be held on the third floor Dining Deck. Businesses in attendance include a sample of local businesses. The list includes hotels, resorts, stores and restaurants. Names of participating businesses: 1212 Santa Monica, All Saints Banter by Piercing Pagoda, Bristol Farms, CycleBar Santa Monica, ETC Hotels (Shutters on the Beach and Hotel Casa Del Mar and Bayside H...

  • Masks Will Not Slow Transmission in Los Angeles County

    Corva Corvax, A Logical Opinion|Jul 13, 2022

    July 7, 2022 For many weeks now, Los Angeles County Health officials have warned that a health order requiring masks at indoor public places will be re-instituted when there are 10 admissions or more of "Covid" patients per 100,000 residents for two weeks in a row. The cutoff is a guideline from the Centers for Disease Control. It is designed to reduce the stress on the hospital system. Two questions require to be answered for one to consider this guideline and its implementation to have the...

  • Online Gambling and Senior Citizens - Newly Tech Savvy Via Pandemic, Some Turn to Computer for Stimulation

    John Grimaldi, Association of Mature American Citizens|Jul 13, 2022

    WASHINGTON, DC, July 8 --The statistics show that a growing number of senior citizens are becoming tech savvy. Perhaps the isolation protocols of the pandemic have helped encourage the elderly set to accept computers as a means of keeping in touch with friends and relations and as a way to shop online. The FandomSpot website, focused on Internet content, recently conducted a survey of 1,000 computer users aged 65-plus and found that most of them, 76%, go online because it helps to stimulate...

  • Stop Giving Booster Shots If You Want to Slow Covid-19 Transmission - Our Message to Los Angeles County Health Department

    Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude|Jul 13, 2022

    July 8, 2022 - Los Angeles County has been living under the threat of a new indoor mask mandate for weeks now as Covid-19 cases, driven by various Omicron subvariants, bring more Covid patients to area hospitals. Once there are over 10 Covid patients per 100,000 residents in the hospital, the county is deemed by Centers for Disease Control guidance to be in a High transmission level. A patient is a Covid patient if they test positive for Covid, whether they suffer from the disease or not. If...

  • Did Shinzo Abe Have Incriminating Evidence About Hillary Clinton Prior to his Assassination? AP Calls it Fake News

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Jul 13, 2022

    Rumor has it that before he was shot dead by an unlikely assassin, a shocking surprise; that former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe made the mistake of tweeting about Hillary Clinton. The main stream media are all telling us the tweet is not true. And anytime the MSM tell us to ignore the man behind that curtain, we get suspicious. Because this is 2022. Shinzo Abe, 67, was the conservative Prime Minister of Japan for 10 years between 2006 and 2020. He left the job in 2008 due to ulcertaive Colitis, but r...