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Articles from the December 6, 2018 edition

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  • Robert Reich from MoveOn, Explains Trump Russia Collusion Theory in Just One email

    Samuel Alioto, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2018

    Perhaps you are like me, and you have become lost in the whole Russia Collusion narrative. You don't know precisely how or why Russia, a country of $176 million with no real stake in the US political game, got a Manchurian candidate named Donald Trump elected in 2016. You don't know why the main stream media continues to blame Russia for Donald Trump and his policies, despite the fact that Russia remains an outsider under sanctions in the Western system. Robert Reich explained it this week in...

  • Illegal Alien charged in Stabbing Death of Goldline Communter Nov. 27th

    Sara Storkin, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2018

    As if Angelenos needed another reason to avoid public transportation, a 51-year-old illegal alien and convicted felon has been charged with the murder of a man on a Gold Line Metro train, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced. Peter Muñoz, 51 faces one count each of murder and carrying a dirk or dagger. Case GA104722 was filed yesterday. The next court date is scheduled on Dec. 20 in Department 5 of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Alhambra Branch. The criminal...

  • Westside Ballet of Santa Monica Celebrates 46th Annual Performance of Nutcracker

    Livia Squires, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2018

    Santa Monica (10/22/18) – Westside Ballet of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica College Symphony Orchestra, announced its 46th season of the holiday classic, The Nutcracker. After selling out five years running, the company returns to the Broad Stage at the Santa Monica Performing Arts Center to present eight beautifully imagined ballet productions scheduled from November 24 – December 2. Among the few Nutcracker ballets performed with a live orchestra, Westside's production provides a per...

  • Hollywood makes its presence felt at the HORASIS Global summit in Vietnam

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2018

    Ms. Preity Upala, Tell us a little about yourself? You seem to have had quite a fascinating journey through life! Namaste! Yes indeed, it has been quite a journey so far! I describe myself as a former Investment banker turned Hollywood entrepreneur and Multi-Media Personality. A Global Citizen having traveled to over 65 countries, I am passionate about Global cultural issues and my life "Dharma" is to inspire and empower through my work and presence. I see myself as a spiritual ambassador and...