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Articles from the December 6, 2019 edition

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  • GBK honors Music's best at the AMA Luxury Gifting Lounge.

    Preity Upala, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2019

    Beverly Hills, 25 November 2019- The 47th AMA- American Music Awards recently honored the best and brightest in the Music industry. Among the fanfare and festivities, nominees and performers and celebrities alike were treated to a luxurious Hollywood Style Gifting lounge at a private residence in Beverly Hills. GBK is a premiere special events company that is renowned for giving their clients maximum exposure with top Hollywood celebrities. But their events are so much more than just Celebrity...

  • AFI Film Festival 2019 Opening Gala kicks off with Universal's "Queen & Slim"

    Rachel Ganz, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2019

    "Queen & Slim" written by Emmy winner Lena Waithe, stars Daniel Kaluuya and newcomer Jodie Turner Smith as a young African American couple on a first date via Tinder, are pulled over by a white police officer for a minor traffic violation. This film was the directorial debut of Melina Matsoukas, who graduated from the American Film Institute in 2005. Matsoukas has received directorial recognition over the years for her television episodes of "Insecure" and "Master of None", as well as for her wo...

  • Peggy Ann Martin McIntyre of Santa Monica

    Observer Staff|Dec 6, 2019

    Peggy Ann Martin McIntyre of Santa Monica died Wednesday Nov 20, 2019 at NVM Comfort Homes in Granada Hills. She was the wife of the late Carl McIntyre. She was born in Bell, CA on December 28, 1936. The daughter of the late Albert and Louise (Moon) Martin of Oxnard, CA. A graduate of Santa Monica high school, Peggy Ann resided in Santa Monica for the greater part of her adult life. Peggy worked for Packard Bell, RCA, Hughes Aircraft, Los Angeles Unified School District and the Santa Monica...

  • Democrats Consider Dropping Impeachment Altogether, As Trump's 2020 Star Rises

    Stan Greene|Dec 6, 2019

    That which doesn't kill me, makes me stronger.--Friedrich Nietzsche's Twilight of the Idols (1888). The impeachment hearings are in trouble, and that is now obvious to the world. The Democrats are looking for an honorable way out, and that will probably take the form of censuring the President for asking Ukraine's president to investigate Sen. Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. It was obvious when Congressman Adam Schiff went on MSNBC and considered the possibility that Democrats would settle for...

  • Never Loan Your Cousin a Red Jeep Cherokee, Just Before a Hurricane

    Samuel Alioto, Observer Staff Writer|Dec 6, 2019

    A red jeep Cherokee stranded on the beach in Myrtle Beach, SC, is witness to why you should keep the keys before a hurricane The owner of the vehicle said "yes" when his cousin wanted to drive to the beach and photograph the sunset on November 30, 2019, just before Hurricane Dorian came ashore in South Carolina. The jeep became stuck in the sand somehow, and he was unable to drive off. To add insult to injury, the offending cousin did not call the jeep owning cousin, and he heard about his...