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Articles from the November 28, 2022 edition

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  • Take a Photo with Santa Or See Performances by Santa Monica Beach Belles, at Santa Monica Place

    Observer Staff|Nov 28, 2022

    Santa Monica Place will transform into a winter wonderland and offer an array of festive activities for the whole family to enjoy this holiday season. Visitors will have the chance to take photos with Santa and shoppers can bring their four-legged friends to meet Santa during Pet Nights. Throughout December, visitors and shoppers will catch special holiday entertainment by the dancing sensation, Santa Monica Beach Belles, a cappella performances by the Oceanaires, as well as DJ holiday sets,...

  • St. Monica's Catholic Church Conducts Annual Thanksgiving Give-away of Clothes and Food to Needy in Santa Monica

    David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer|Nov 28, 2022

    11: Several hundred needy people were given free food and clothing at St. Monica's Catholic Church in Santa Monica on Wednesday afternoon. Volunteers assisted in both projects. St. Monica's conducts monthly food collections. But on Thanksgiving, is the public invited for free meals. Recipients also were given sleeping bags and clothing. The line reached down the block and around the Church. "Today was absolutely amazing," wrote City Councilmember Lana Negrete, who attended the event....

  • Animal Rights Extremists Condemn Thousands of Animals to Cruel Demise at Mink Farm in Ohio

    Humane Watch|Nov 28, 2022

    Animal rights activists placed wildlife at risk after releasing 10,000 carnivorous mink from a farm in Hoaglin, Ohio–as well as condemning the mink themselves to their demise. The criminals, who are allegedly affiliated with the FBI-designated domestic terrorist group Animal Liberation Front, cut fencing, released animals, and vandalized barns at Lion Farms, located roughly 15 miles from the Ohio-Indiana border. As many as 40,000 mink were released during the assault, but the farm was able to c...

  • Car vs. Scooter Accident in 900 Block of Colorado Avenue, Sends Rider to Santa Monica Hospital

    Matthew Gonzalez, Observer Staff Writer|Nov 28, 2022

    10: A young woman riding an electric scooter was hit early Tuesday afternoon by a vehicle crossing into the bike lane. The vehicle continued and did not stop after the collision. She was transported to Santa Monica UCLA Medical center with unknown injuries. She was receiving Basic Life Support (BLS). Police interviewed witness after the accident. Separately, a driver sheared off a fireplug on Santa Monica Blvd and Franklin late Tuesday afternoon. Fire fighters secured the plug from...

  • Black Friday Deals too Good to be True? How to Protect Yourself From Fraud When Shopping Online

    The Counterfeit Report|Nov 28, 2022

    November 17, 2022, Los Angeles, CA – Consumers love a good deal and will flock to the internet for Black Friday bargains. However, online shopping may be risky, dangerous, and little, if any, actual value. A Red Points survey found that 68% of consumers were worried about buying fake or low-quality goods online. The Counterfeit Report, an award-winning consumer advocate and industry watchdog, has removed listings for over 430 million counterfeit items offered on e-commerce websites, including e...

  • The Simple Guide to Medicare

    Rusty Gleer, Association of Mature American Citizens|Nov 28, 2022

    Ask Rusty – For Some Simple Guidance About Medicare Dear Rusty: I'm nearing 68 years old, have never signed up for Medicare but thinking that I should look into it. I'm currently covered by my wife's health insurance through her employer. I would greatly appreciate some simple guidance regarding Medicare. I've tried watching some videos about the subject, but it was always so boring that I never finished watching. I get lost in all the Part This & Part That. I would just like some solid i...