• Santa Monica Daily Press
    Lisa Peterson interviewed first at Kohl’s, then at TJ Maxx and Target. She applied for jobs at Raley’s, Safeway, Applebee’s, and Olive Garden, too. Once, she advanced to a second interview at the Cheesecake Factory,
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    A project two years in the making has brought the spirit of skateboarding’s origins back to the sport’s birthplace. On June 30, the California Heritage Museum launched its exhibit “Dogtown and the Legendary Z-Boys,
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    The politics and progress against homelessness are reaching an inflection point in Los Angeles, and the next few months may determine whether the region turns the corner on this issue or loses patience with leadership.
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    Dear Kelly: We have a homeowner that insists that the HOA must have the complainant in a harassment violation present at his hearing? Is it required? M.H., Pacific Beach Hello Kelly, good commentary on disciplinary hearings in your recent column. Following ...
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    Lawrence Cheng, whose family owns seven Wendy’s locations south of Los Angeles, took orders at the register on a recent day and emptied steaming hot baskets of French fries and chicken nuggets, salting them with a flourish.
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    Our weekly guide to food and entertainment goings-on in and around town includes the Main Street Summer SOULstice Festival, Anderson Paak at Night Market Thursdays at The Bungalow, DineLA Restaurant Week Deals and much more.
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    This year has seen a true entertainment revival on Main Street, one that has continued into July with the return of a standout soiree. After years of dormancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Summer Soulstice Festival returns on Saturday for its 20th anniversary.
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    NASHVILLE Before my first visit there, a week ago, I didn’t know all that much about Nashville, longtime capital of country music, but which country music? 50 years ago they began embracing a commercial,
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    Bringing in tourists and experienced art collectors alike, Ten Women Gallery is celebrating 30 years of womanhood and creation that has kept Main Street colorful. The brainchild of 10 Santa Monica Alternative School House (SMASH) parents in 1994,
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    From July 5 through July 7, Santa Monica experienced its first three-day stretch of temperatures 75 degrees Fahrenheit or above in 2024, a result of a gradual warmth that began at the end of June. Max temperatures reached 76 on July 5, 78 on July 6 and 75 ...
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    Renowned for their exceptional physical therapy services, Physical Therapy Works embodies a collaborative culture where every voice is valued. Embracing the concept of “beginner’s mind,” they foster a culture of continuous learning,
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    IntoMeSea beckons seekers of holistic wellness with a myriad of transformative therapies. Founded by Jennifer Williams, this healing sanctuary offers an unparalleled journey into mind, body, and spirit rejuvenation.
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    Mired in a stream of multi-billion dollar budget deficits, the California Legislature on Wednesday turned to voters for help.
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    The entertainment giant Paramount will merge with Skydance, closing out a decades-long run by the Redstone family in Hollywood and injecting desperately needed cash into a legacy studio that has struggled to adapt to a shifting entertainment landscape.
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    Adam Beam, Trân Nguyễn and Sophie Austin Forced labor, same-sex marriage and shoplifting are among the 10 statewide ballot measures that California voters are set to consider in November. The California secretary of state assigned proposition numbers to the measures on Wednesday after the Legislature added two more bond proposals to the ballot.
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    As City Council meetings regularly seem to sail into the early hours of the morning more often than not recently, some items will invariably get pulled. One noticeable item that was on the agenda for the last meeting and suffered from the scythe of agenda management was a discussion item on the annual appointments to
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    The California Civil Rights Department (CRD) has announced obtaining a $15 million settlement agreement with Snap Inc. — known for the Snapchat social media platform — over alleged discrimination, harassment,
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    Los Angeles transit is in a state of flux, with regional projects and global-scale events necessitating an updated outlook from Santa Monica’s transit system. Tuesday evening, the Santa Monica City Council will likely approve the proposed Brighter Blue five-year service plan for Big Blue Bus (BBB),
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    California Gov. Gavin Newsom offered a forceful defense of embattled President Joe Biden on Thursday, telling Democrats in Michigan that the 81-year-old president has the record and energy to win a second term despite widespread doubts about his ability to campaign or govern effectively.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Adam Beam, Trân Nguyễn and Sophie Austin Forced labor, same-sex marriage and shoplifting are among the 10 statewide ballot measures that California voters are set to consider in November. The California secretary of state assigned proposition numbers to the measures on Wednesday after the Legislature added two more bond proposals to the ballot.
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