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April 22, 2016

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April 22 through April 28 Shows Nightly at 7:30 Admission:Adult $15.00 Senior & Child $13.00 Rated PG-13 Every Tuesday $8.00 Admission For More Information Call 310-510-0179 ~un/Moon C lart This Week Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Mostly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Mostly SunnyPartly Cloudy Mostly SunnyPartly Cloudy Partly Cloudy 65 / 56 66 / 58 66 / 59 65 / 57 69 / 58 66 / 58 64 / 55 Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 20% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 10% Precip Chance: 20q ~ Today we v ill see mostly cloud skies ith a slight chance of showers, high temperature of 6Y, . humidity of 88%. The record high temperature for - ~,,,~,~i tdayis91setint987'Expectmsdyc'udvskies ~:'t 11301 0 1111~9tl3~9 it 0.2: Low,3-5: Moderate. 6-7: High,8-10: | tonight with a slight chance of showers, overnight Sun 12:24-2:24 12:54-2:54 lw f 5&. The recrd tw fr tnight is 36 set in Mon 1:tl-3:111:41'-3:41 1963. Saturday, skies will be partly cloudy with Tue t:59-3:592:29-4:29 [t~e ,l~,,,~, a sliuht chance of showers, high temperature of Wed 2:49-4:493:19-5:19 t |4/11 63 5067/53 0.00" 66, humidity of 72%. Skies will be partly cloudv l'hu 3:39-5:394:09-6:09 4/1262 50 67/54 0.00" 4/1364 49 68/54 0.00" 4/1462 48 68/54 0.00" 4/1565 50 68/54 0.00" 4/1674 59 68/54 0.00" 4/1782 65 68/54 0.00" How strong were the peak winds in Hurricane Andrew? 'qdtu 69l s~a lsn~ ~leod popaoaa~ lsaqoaFl atLL :3"a"~'1~ A~ - Twenty-seven cities in the central United States reported record high temperatures for the date. The high of 96 degrees at Omaha, Neb. was an April record and the high of 100 degrees at Lubbock, Texas equaled their record for April. Saturday night with an overnight low of 58~: Expect mostly snnny skies Sunday with a high temperature of 66. Skies will become partly cloudy Monday with a high temperature of 65, "ttrl~ ii~,Y Avalon Fri 10:3tatu 4:26~1 lO:.lOpm 4:02pro Fri Sat lhO7am 4:58,'un 10:35pm 4:26pm Sat Stm lh47am 5:33ran lhO3pm 4:52pm Sun Mort 12:33pm 6:12am lh33pm 5:19pm Mon Tue 1:31 pm 6:58ann None 5:50pro Tue Wed 12:09anl 7:53am 2:51 pin 6:36ptu Wed Thu 12:58am 9:.O0am 4:25pm8:05pro "l~tu Catalina Harbor 10:36am 4:34am 10:15pm 4:10pm lhl2am 5:fl6am 10:40pro 4:34pm ll:52am 5:41am lh08pm 5:00pro 12:38pm 6:20anl lh38pm 5:27pm l:36 pm 7:06 am None 5:58 pm 12:14am 8:01 am 2:56pm6:44pm l:03am~08am 4:30pro 8:13pm Sunrise Swea Full Fri 6:13 a,m. 7:30 p.m. 8:07 p.m, 4/22 '~i~ Sat 6:11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 9:0(I p.m. Sun 6:10a.m.7:31 p:m. 9:53 p.m. Mon 6:09a.m.7:32p.m.10:45p.m. Last ~'/t'-~TM Tue 6:08a.m.7:33p.m.lh36p.m. 4/29~ Wed 6:07 a.m. 7:33 p.m. No Rise Thu 6:06 a.m. 7:34 p.m. 12:25 a.m. 6:44 a.m. New 7:20 a.m. 516 7:58 a.m. 8:41 a.m. 9:26 a.m, P-~~ First 10:16 a.m.~ 5/13 I hl0 a.m. The Coast is finally warming after a topsy-turw late winter and early spring. ~ have been so many clear nights lately that it feels more llke l'ln living ill a dmanl mm~_rmaJ~uS~ _~ Leh~._~ey_91~ne, rb~ ~ime, rA~j~.~m~t gen~jm~ ~& ~ ~r" forward into the w~em t~ ilight, ~g~.D6]g S~ ~g" rapidly iht6 SW, and ati of the o~er ~ mt~ s~ ~ems cmwd~ into ~e , westport sky ready to bid adieu to us until next year. The vernal heavens are all abuzz, and although its patterns are not as spectacular as the summer or ~4nter sk), because we ~nt~awa~ from the plane 0f the Mitlod Way Galaxy, there are some bright objects and patterns south. 'that's Jupiter, and above it is Leo the Lion, created by a backwards question mark for his head and mane (above Jupiter's right) and three stars that form a triangle for this back (above Jove). It really does look l~e a Lion, "lying" in the grass or the Egb, ptian Sphinx close to Khuth's Dxamid at Giza. Turn around to fhee north and look high; you'll see the Big Dipper, still clinthing but nearly upside-dm~aa. The two stars to its leR in the bowl point towards the North Star, the pivot around which the sky ckdes. The center luminary in the Dipper's handle, Mizar, is actually a double star ~ith a visual component, Alcor, close and below. A small tele~ope at low magjfificatious Will split Mizar into two stars, and each of these and Atcor are actually doubles, making Alcor-Mizar a sextuple ~,stem. Yes, them is really more than m~ts the eye heavenwar& End your quick perusal of the early spring skT by follo~ ing the sweep of the Doper's handle to the bright star Arcturus and onward to spike Spic,'~ Arcturus is an aging orangey giant star, fourth brightest of the night, while Spica numbers 16, and is a >otmg. hot blue super,giant to boot. Sounds like a soap opera.., ttappy spring observing! ww~' YOU AVAbON & The petition drive has closed due to'collecting 329 valid signatures. Think of it, we only needed 180 to get on the ballot. There was a total of 369 votes cast in last week's elections. To the 100+ people who wanted to sign, but were worried about employment issues, your opportunity in the voting booth is coming. SAFE ACCESS is coming soon. 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