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 By Steven Lieberman    Sports    November 20, 2014 

Kings Rally to Defeat Ducks

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks “faced-off” in the always much-anticipated “Freeway” rivalry at Staples Center on Saturday. The Ducks were...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    July 3, 2014

How Times Have Changed

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist I was scanning a California history book and came across Hong Yeng Chang. The State Supreme Court in 1800 denied Chang’s application to practice law because of...

 
 By debbie lynn elias    Movies    March 27, 2014

Movie Review: 3 Days to Kill

Nothing warms my heart more than a father-daughter film - unless it's a father-daughter film with kick-ass action; which means, 3 DAYS TO KILL is killer! Exhilarating! High energy! High Heart! High...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    December 19, 2012

A Holiday Special Movie Review

As we head into the final days of the pre-Christmas week, the movie blockbusters we’ve been anticipating all year are hitting theatres nationwide. While the scope of each of the films reviewed here...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    November 21, 2012

Movie Review: Red Dawn

In 1984, the movie world was rocked by John Milius’ RED DAWN. Politically set in the Cold War era, WWIII had begun with Soviets invading the United States - and by Soviets, I mean from Cuba, the...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    May 25, 2012

Memorial Day Weekend Double Feature

MEN IN BLACK III It has long been said that the third time’s a charm. Sadly, that phrase doesn’t too often apply to movie franchises. By the time the third sequel film roles around, characters...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    April 4, 2012

Movie Review: Double Feature Special

ATM Who out there has not used an ATM machine? Who out there has used one of the free-standing ATM kiosks scattered in parking lots across the country? Take these two questions and put them in the...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    June 2, 2010

George Romero's Survival Of The Dead

I still remember when NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD was released. A mere youngster, I thought it was one of the coolest films I had ever seen. It’s still a face of mine. I found the whole concept and...