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Articles from the October 15, 2021 edition


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  • Internet Abuzz Over Video Footage of a UFO Being Wheeled Into a US Military Base

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Oct 15, 2021

    The internet is abuzz with speculation over what looks to some people like a UFO, being wheeled into a US Military base on San Diego's Coronado Island. The item looks to some viewers like a stealth aircraft. The video may be seen on twitter at the following link: https://twitter.com/ComMotley/status/1447340141484421128?s=20 The sighting comes at a time of increased speculation about UFO's nationwide. There has been an apparent spike in sightings. In a new, leaked video, what appears to be a UFO...

  • California Normalizes Menstruation "Among all Genders" - by Law

    Corva Corvax, A Logical Opinion|Oct 15, 2021
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    October 11, 2021 If Californians expected their governor to act like the adult in the room when presented with the insane laws approved by the clown show that is the state legislature, they were sadly disappointed over the weekend. Newsom enacted the following new laws that range from the ridiculous to the catastrophic. Buy, hey, remember that they didn't want to recall him. In ascending order of insanity: 1. Banning gas-powered leaf blowers and other small engines (AB 1346) Newsom signed...

  • Women's prison: Selling Your Body for Canteen. "The lifer was an easy target for an abuser."

    Amber S. Jackson, Lucky Lifer|Oct 15, 2021

    Observation. That's how I discover what my peers are up to. Occasionally, it rises to the level of an amusement that I must share with others. This is one of those true moments... There's a girl in my housing unit. She's a lifer. She's very fragile. Her body language would immediately put anyone on notice. She's off. So it surprised me when she suddenly got a girlfriend. I made a point to observe this more closely. Sure enough, I listen closely and I heard the girlfriend talking about how she...

  • Two Santa Monica Restaurants Earn Michelin Stars

    Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff|Oct 15, 2021

    October 13, 2021 - Of the 90 California restaurants making it into the exclusive Michelin Guide California, 3 are in Santa Monica. Mélisse earned two stars and Pasjoli and Rustic Canyon each earned one star. The 2021 Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand, which rates establishments serving food at moderate prices, recognized Santa Monica restaurants Colapasta and Tumbi. Michelin Plate awards were bestowed on 10 of the cities' restaurants: Birdie G's, Cassia, Chinois on Main, Citrin, Elephante, Fia, The...

  • New State Law Will Free 'Blood Slave' Donor Dogs

    Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer|Oct 15, 2021

    California has passed a new law that will phase out the inhumane practice of keeping "blood slave" donor dogs in captivity. Over the weekend, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law, AB1282, which lets veterinarians run community blood banks where residents can take their pets to donate blood, which they can later sell and transfer to clinics that need it. The new law, known as the California Pet Blood Bank Modernization Act, also creates a plan to eliminate the "closed colony banks" where dogs are kept...

  • Iconic LA Zoo Lights Returns Nov. 19, Tickets On Sale Now

    Chanin Brooks Victor, Observer Events Editor|ERROR

    A beloved Southern California holiday tradition returns Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, featuring nearly 50 nights of safe holiday fun. Reopening after a temporary closure last year due to the pandemic, L.A. Zoo Lights is a winter wonderland featuring wildlife-inspired displays, dynamic lights and projections, immersive interactive experiences, fabulous photo ops, and seasonal magic. Open nightly through Jan. 9, 2022, the event features holiday treats, food, and exciting entertainment. Tickets go on...