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 By David Ganezer    News    July 19, 2023

Westbound Wilshire Blvd Blocked at 24th Street by Police Activity

Wilshire Blvd is blocked in a Westbound direction, at 2321 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica. There are at least 3 Santa Monica Police vehicles present. It seems to involve a homeless resident, though it...

 By Stan Greene    News    July 17, 2023

Crimean Bridge Again Attacked and Disrupted, As Kharkiv Comes Under Assault

There are reports Sunday evening (Monday morning in Ukraine), that the Kerch bridge connecting Crimea so Southern Russia has once again been attacked by Ukrainian missiles. "One span of the #Kerch...

 By David Ganezer    News    July 13, 2023

700 Block of Santa Monica Blvd to be Torn Down in August for Block Apartment Building

7/5/23: Tenants of Victor's Cleaning and Tailoring, Santa Monica Rubber Stamp, Crisp Imaging, Tibetan Arts and Santa Monica Guitar this week received notice that they must be out by August 15th,...

 By Stan Greene    News    July 10, 2023

What the Mainstream Media Doesn't Want you to Know About This Summer's Riots in France

A series of civil disturbances in France began on 27 June 2023 following the killing of Nahel Merzouk by a police officer. In Nanterre, residents started a protest outside the police headquarters on 2...

 By David Ganezer    News    July 4, 2023

Hunter Biden Drops a Bag of Blow In the White House Library On the 4th of July. Cocaine Causes an Evacuation and Hazmat Team

7/5/23: When asked by a reporter, Hunter Biden vehemently denied that he had anything to do with the Cocaine found at the White House.

 By David Ganezer    News    July 4, 2023

Dog injured in Knife Fight Between 2 Homeless Men in Downtown Santa Monica

Santa Monica Police report that they have arrested a man who had a knife fight with one or two other men. In the course of that fight, a dog was injured. The dog was taken to a veterinarian, where...

 By Morgan Genser    News    July 4, 2023

Hundreds Gather to Celebrate America's Birthday at Santa Monica College Sunday

Santa Monica residents and neighbors gathered on the lawn to celebrate the 247th anniversary of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. It was the first time since the Covid emergency began in March 202...

 By Gas Buddy    News    July 1, 2023

Motorists Avoid Fireworks at the Pump This July 4, Save $500 Million Daily Compared to a Year Ago

(June 27, DALLAS) – Good news for summer road trippers: the fireworks displays will be back this year, but the fireworks at the pump are behind us. Independence Day weekend this year will be much...

 By David Ganezer    News    July 1, 2023

Seals, Sea Lions Suffering From Toxic Algae Bloom and Domoic Acid

Algae blooms are at a record high this year, and they are causing a record high number of dead and dying aquatic mammals on California beaches. Experts are not sure why the bloom is thicker than it...

 By David Ganezer    News    July 1, 2023

Chinese Virus Researcher Says Covid 19 was one of 4 Virus Strains Developed by Chinese as a Bioweapon

Jennifer Zheng, a usually reliable reporter, says that she has interviewed Shao Chao, a researcher and vice director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. He says that he was given 4 strains of...

 By Morgan Genser    News    June 28, 2023

Santa Monica Conducts Public Meeting About Homelessness and the Fentanyl Epidemic

Img 01) Santa Monica Mayor Gleam Davis address the crowd of people inside the Thelma Terry Building at Virgina Park in her opening remarks during the town hall meeting to address the Southern...

 By Stan Greene    News    June 26, 2023

Pier 360 Event this Weekend Despite Bacteria Warnings South of Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier 360 Beach Festival "celebrates the best of beach life with an awesome, FREE, all ages festival" June 24 and June 25th on the Beach just south of the Santa Monica Pier. "With ocean...


Putin Looking To Cubans to Fight in Ukraine; Energy Crisis in Bolivia May Affect Argentina and Brazil; Colombian President Laments Fall of Berlin Wall

Analysis: Debate at the OAS over the Nicaraguan dictatorship: Brazil confronts the group of countries that condemn the Ortega regime Despite the surprise that Brazil's decision to propose a wording...

 By David Ganezer    News    June 23, 2023

After Russian Military Attacks a Wagner Group Encampment, Prigozhin Threatens to go to Moscow and "Punish the Military."

Leader of the Wagner Group Yevgeny Prigozhin today published a statement accusing the Russian Army of shelling a Wagner's encampment. Prigozhin added that he is moving his units to Moscow to "punish"...

 By David Ganezer    News    June 23, 2023

Wagner Mutineers Are Halfway to Moscow, With Little Resistance From Russian Army. Putin Calls the Rebels "Traitors," and Vows to Crush the Mutiny.

Events in Russia are moving almost too quickly to follow. Reuters is reporting that the Pirgozhin Wagner mutiny has taken Voronezh. This city is on the way to Moscow from the military town of Rostov,...

 By Matthew Gonzalez    News    June 20, 2023

SMFD Responds to Gas Leak at 720 Raymond Avenue in Santa Monica

The Santa Monica Fire Department has responded to a "major gas leak" in an underground parking garage. The address is 720 Raymond Avenue, Santa Monica 90405. Southern California Gas Company is likely...

 By David Ganezer    News    June 20, 2023

US, Canadian Coast Guards Search for Submarine Missing After Visit to Titanic

The US Coast Guard says it has 96 hours to rescue five people on a missing, overdue submarine that visited the wreck of the Titanic on Sunday, June 18th. The submersible had one crew member and 4...

 By David Ganezer    News    June 20, 2023

Owner Walks Away From $725 Million San Francisco Hilton. Meanwhile, Westfield Puts a San Francisco Mall Into Receivership So They Can Walk Away

In unrelated developments, Westfield Shopping Centers has announced it will ditch a mall in Downtown San Francisco. This, a week after Hilton Hotels successor said it was walking away from the City's...

 By Matthew Gonzalez    News    June 16, 2023

Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Evacuated, due to Suspicious Package

Terminal 1 at LAX was evacuated by LAPD Friday night after work crews found a suspicious package. Home to Southwest Airlines, Terminal 1 was busy as we head into a three day weekend in early summer....

 By Samuel Alioto    News    June 12, 2023

Small Claims Court Moves From Santa Monica Courthouse, to Beverly Hills

The Superior Court has announced that effective July 3, 2023, all small claims hearings in the Court's West District will be moved from the Santa Monica Courthouse, 1725 Main St., Santa Monica, to...


UPDATE: Beach Reopened on June 13: Release of 5,000 Gallons of Untreated Sewage Closes Malibu Lagoon State Beach

UPDATE Jun 13, 2023 - Samples taken on June 11 and 12 show bacteria levels lower than State standards. Closure notice removed. UPDATE Jun 12, 2023 - Malibu Lagoon State Beach remains closed. June 8,...

 By Observer Staff    News    June 12, 2023

Warning Issued for Santa Monica Pier Beach

June 14, 2023 - The Los Angeles County Health Department has issued a warning for the beach at the Santa Monica Pier along with other beaches. The warnings have been issued due to bacterial levels...

 By Matthew Gonzales    News    June 8, 2023

Code 3 Incident Declared Just South of the Santa Monica Pier After "Beach Brawl"

6.8.23: A large number of Santa Monica Police gathered Thursday just South of the Santa Monica Pier. A "Code 3 Incident" was declared at 5:30 pm, after a beach brawl got out of control. Two men were...

 By David Ganezer    News    June 8, 2023

Russia Blows Up Largest Hydro-Electric Dam in Europe, Endangering Thousands of Civilians Downstream of Dnipro River

Russia has bombed and damaged the Kakhovska hydroelectric power plant. The dam, on the Dnipro river, is the largest such installation in Europe. President Zelenskyy will hold an emergency meeting of t...

 By Matthew Gonzalez    News    June 5, 2023

Federal Agents Arrest Musician Performing on Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade

5/31: Federal police detained a musician performing on the Promenade on Wednesday afternoon at 5:50 pm. The reason for the arrest was not immediately apparent. We have reached out to authorities for...


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