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Articles from the November 22, 2021 edition

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Yen Stablecoin $GYEN in a Standoff With Coinbase, Other Major Crypto Currency Exchanges

11/19: Beginning on Friday Los Angeles time, Coinbase froze the Yen based Stablecoin GYEN. This just three days after GYEN and also POWR began trading on Coinbase and other exchanges. Before they froz...

 

Saving the US Postal Service From Budget Cuts, Politics and Neglect Must be a National Priority

Saving the United States Postal Service and stopping disingenuous forces from dismantling and privatizing it must be a national priority. We have witnessed the destruction of our post office and that...

 
 By Jack Simon    News    November 22, 2021

Pico Branch Library Reopens for In-Person Services December 1

The Pico Branch Library will reopen for in-person services beginning Wednesday, December 1, city officials announced this week. "We couldn't be more thrilled to reopen our beloved branch in the Pico n...

 

Robber Pulls Gun and Shoots When Victim Tries to Follow His Car in Santa Monica

11/18 - Police are asking for witnesses to come forward regarding an armed robbery that occurred Monday, November 15 at around 2:00 pm. A man had parked his car in the 2600 block of 34th Street, near...

 

How do Congressional Pay Increases Compare to Cost of Living Increases for Social Security?

Ask Rusty – About Computing COLA and Congressional Pay Increases Dear Rusty: What determines the amount of the cost of living increase for Social Security as compared to the cost of living increase...

 

New Scientific Paper Suggests that Cylindrical Object That Passed By Earth, Was In Fact an Alien Spacecraft

A paper published today at Phys.org, suggests that the cylindrical meteor or other object that passed through the solar system in 2017, may not have had a natural origin. The paper is entitled "Not...

 

The Removal of the Chairs on the Promenade is a Cynical Solution to Santa Monica's Vagrant Problem

Public seating has been removed from the Third Street Promenade from Monday through Thursday. The chairs are replaced over the weekend when more actual shoppers arrive to spend time there. "Unhoused...

 
 By Jack Simon    News    November 22, 2021

Santa Monica Seeking Volunteers to Count the Homeless in January

Santa Monica is looking for a few hundred volunteers to count the homeless people in their city. City officials announced this week that the annual Santa Monica homeless count will be held on January...

 

Santa Monica student to dance Clara role In Westside Ballet's "The Nutcracker" at the Broad Stage after two year drought

Westside Ballet's presentation of The Nutcracker has been a beloved Los Angeles classic since 1973, providing the perfect opportunity to introduce children to classical music and dance, and in so doin...

 
 By Chanin Victor    Events   

Santa Monica Holiday Events: Winterlit Holiday Lights and Festivities Transform Downtown Santa Monica

Calendar Events "Self-Care Saturdays" Continue on the Third Street Promenade Through December 2021. Free workouts every Saturday morning plus a pop-up market featuring local artisan vendors and...

 

District Attorney Gascon Works to Release Juvenile Murderers After a Fraction of Their Sentence and Won't be Sentencing Juveniles for Anything Other Than Murder and Rape

District Attorney George Gascón's blanket "Youth Justice Policy" is retraumatizing victims whose cases were concluded years ago. Family after family has been told that the person who murdered their...

 

Daytime Robbery of Dagwoods' Patrons is Inevitable Result of Soft Response to Lesser Crimes

November 17, 2021 - On Saturday, two patrons of Dagwoods Pizza were robbed during the lunch hour by a man claiming to have a gun. The two men were seated on the outdoor patio of the restaurant...

 

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