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Articles from the July 13, 2022 edition

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 By Stan Greene    News    July 13, 2022

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

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...

 

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

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...

 
 By Brad Smith    Health    July 13, 2022

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

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,...

 
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

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...

 

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

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...

 
 By Corva Corvax    Opinion    July 13, 2022

Masks Will Not Slow Transmission in Los Angeles County

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...

 

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

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...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Opinion    July 13, 2022

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

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...

 

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

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...

 

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