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Articles from the November 25, 2021 edition

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  • Safety Belongs on the Thanksgiving Menu

    Paul Netter, Southern California Edison|Nov 25, 2021

    Too many cooks in the kitchen might perfectly describe an over-the-top situation. But at Thanksgiving, the worst time of the year for home-cooking fires, always having at least one cook in the kitchen is unquestionably the safest way prevent the leading cause of those fires - unattended stovetop cooking. This is crucial all year, but especially on Thanksgiving Day when reported home-cooking fires reach an annual peak by more than tripling to an average of 1,400 nationally compared to 430 on a...

  • RHOBH glam up for Parisian Launch

    Preity Upala, Observer Staff Writer|Nov 25, 2021

    2/15/2021- West Hollywood: Touted as one of the few post-Lockdown West Hollywood launches, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Sutton Stracke hosted an in-person Fashion event at her boutique 'The Sutton Concept'. The boutique, located at 636 N. Almont Drive in West Hollywood, hosted a glamorous Parisian Launch for the Los Angeles fashionistas. Strict COVID-19 guidelines were followed and invited guests were able to visit the Sutton boutique and view the latest couture designs straight from P...

  • Tips for Avoiding Food-Borne Illness This Thanksgiving

    LA County Department of Public Health|Nov 25, 2021

    LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) would like everyone to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday by staying safe and healthy. Public Health recommends following the tips below to avoid foodborne illness (also called foodborne disease or food poisoning) and keep the holiday celebration cheerful. Raw or undercooked meats including turkey, chicken, beef, and lamb can contain bacteria such as Campylobacter, Salmonella or E. coli, that cause diarrhea and other h...

  • Barbed Wire Rings Santa Monica Place to Prevent Smash and Grab Robberies on a Nervous Thanksgiving

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Nov 25, 2021

    Shoppers on Thanksgiving Day 2021 report barbed wire (or razor wire) surrounding Santa Monica's one modern shopping mall, Santa Monica Place. "I was surprised about the barbed wire, since the shops were supposed to open at 8 pm Thursday night, for Black Friday sales," said one shopper named Jody. The barriers are apparently a response to recent smash and grab" robberies that gangs have committed in Major California cities, including San Francisco, Hayward, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, and The...