Community, Diversity, Sustainability and other Overused Words

Articles from the August 1, 2020 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 3 of 3

  • Herman Cain Dead at 72 of Covid-19, after 30 days in the Hospital

    Samuel Alioto, Observer Staff Writer|Aug 1, 2020

    Former US Presidential candidate Herman Cain has died of coronavirus, his website announced. noted that he had climbed the corporate ladder at Pillsbury, then become known as the CEO of Godfather Pizza. Cain briefly led the 2012 Republican presidential candidate field. He dropped out amid allegations of sexual harassment. He became a conservative commentator with a show on Fox's Newsmax. Cain attended a Trump Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June. Some sources report that he...

  • Let us kneel for law and order, not for anarchy.

    Linda Ryan, Letters to the Editor|Aug 1, 2020

    TO THE EDITOR: Hello, as a resident of Santa Monica for over 40 years, I find it is my civic duty to contact you in support of the Santa Monica Police Dept. Also, my latest friendly interaction and concern with a police officer encouraging me to support him and fellow officers is the reason why I'm writing. I always keep my word and hope this helps and is not just dismissed and overlooked. If this can be circulated in your publication, that would be great. It's about time we support our law...

  • The Documentary "Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful" Opens July 24th at Laemmle's Virtual Cinema

    Daniel Margolis, and Lisa McGill|Aug 1, 2020

    “Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful” is an important documentary chronicling the funny, eccentric, and fascinating life of the late Helmut Newton -- one of the most iconic and controversial photographers of the 20th century. Helmut Newton was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1920, the son of a Jewish button factory owner. In 1936, he worked for the established, forward-thinking Jewish photographer, Yva (Else Neulander-Simon), who was known for her avant-garde fashion, nude, and portrait pho...