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Articles from the July 27, 2023 edition

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  • Found Inside Area 51 is Trending on Twitter (Ok, so it's now X)

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Jul 27, 2023

    #FoundInsideArea51 is trending on Twitter 7/25, Tuesday evening. Poeple are posting a lot of strange photos, mostly of Democrat politicians. "The identity of the J6 unexploded bomb placer. The name of the SCOTUS leaker. Anthony Weiner's laptop. Hunter Biden's abandoned damaged laptop and the external hard drive with the recovered information on it." #FoundInsideArea51 Zombies. That is where the Zombie Apocalypse Testing Facility is located." tweeted Dan Ashley "An Extra Terrestrial only Fans...

  • Biden Administration Secures Voluntary Commitments from Leading Artificial Intelligence Companies to Manage the Risks Posed by AI

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Jul 27, 2023

    The Biden administration says that it has secured voluntary commitments to "manage the risks" posed by AI. The companies named in the press release include Amazon, Anthropic, Google, Inflection, Meta, Microsoft, and OpenAI. "Today, these seven leading AI companies are committing to: Ensuring Products are Safe Before Introducing Them to the Public." People like Elon Musk and Jack Dorsey have said that artificial intelligence poses an existential risk to mankind. Frequently the Terminator films...

  • Closed Session Meeting On Sale or Lease of the Civic Auditorium, Clearly Violates the Brown Act

    Stan Epstein Esq, Local Resident|Jul 27, 2023

    Letter to the Editor: City Attorney Sloan has broken his ethical obligations to all residents, the Council, and the State Bar by falsely claiming in the Observer that the Brown Act will not be violated Tuesday when Council meets in Closed Session to discuss and make decisions on all aspects of proposed sales of the Civic Auditorium without any open meeting on the issue. He is also causing all Council members , the City Manager and other senior staff members to be put in serious legal risk of...

  • Top Ten Things To Do at The Calgary Stampede

    Chanin Victor, Travel and Lifestyle Editor|Jul 27, 2023

    Every July, the vibrant city of Calgary, Canada, transforms into a thrilling western wonderland as the world-famous Calgary Stampede takes center stage. For ten adrenaline-fueled days, locals and visitors from around the globe gather to celebrate Alberta's rich cowboy heritage, indulge in exhilarating rodeo events, savor mouthwatering Stampede food, and immerse themselves in an electrifying atmosphere. As the "Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth," the Calgary Stampede offers an unforgettable experien...

  • West Edge Development Sponsors Mural Fest at Their WLA Site on Corner of Bundy and Olympic Blvd

    Morgan Genser, Observer Staff Photographer|Jul 27, 2023

    West Edge is a large apartment development on the corner of Bundy and Olympic, which replaced Martin Cadillac. It includes 600 apartments above 200,000 square feet of retail space. They conducted their first-ever Mural Fest on Saturday, July 15th between 11am - 2pm PST. "Throughout the day," said their press release, "West Edge will offer a variety of activities on The Plaza including face painting, henna, and live music. Guests will get to watch incredible, globally known Muralists including...