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Articles from the October 17, 2019 edition

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  • The Hollywood Museum Honors Screen Legend Bette Davis with Katherine Sermak Book Signing

    Rachel Ganz, Special to the Observer|Oct 17, 2019

    A Vip exhibit and reception honoring screen legend Bette Davis with Kathryn Sermak book signing and first look at TCM Wine Clubs Bette Davis Malbec Wine took place on October 5, 2019. Star attraction was Kathryn Sermak, who was Miss Ds close friend, confidant and the author of the book "Miss D and Me"(Hachette Books) The Museum unveiled many of Bette Davis personal items and artifacts Miss Donelle Dadigan , Presedent and Founder of the Hollywood Museum was the host of the evening introduced all...

  • Seafood Centric Restaurant Bottlefish Uncorks Your Fishiest Fish Wish List

    Mary Leipziger, Rocklobster|Oct 17, 2019

    Three years ago Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax opened Bottlefish, a seafood-centric restaurant. They had been successful for 25 years owning a California Pizza Kitchen (the one across the plaza) and wanted to try something different. Located on the second floor of the Brentwood Gardens, it is a big space with floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking San Vicente Blvd. There is a narrow balcony that borders the whole front window of the restaurant. There are 88 seats in the dining room, 36...

  • Gynecology: UCLA Health Nurse-Midwives Program Expands Its services

    Simi Singer, UCLA Health|Oct 17, 2019

    SANTA MONICA (Sept. 26, 2019) – The UCLA Health Nurse-Midwife Program, based at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, is expanding its services to provide well-woman health care – including annual checkups, Pap smears, and new birth control options – for women 35 and younger. To accommodate new well-woman patients as well as an ever-increasing number of women who have already decided on midwife deliveries, the UCLA Health Nurse-Midwives clinic has moved to larger offices located at 1245 16th,...