• Santa Monica Daily Press
    According to a notice sent out by the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District, the woman tried to persuade a student to leave campus with her but the student notified a school employee and remained on campus. “One of our students was waiting to be ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Major cell phone providers approached the City to install so-called “small cells” throughout Santa Monica in 2017. The Public Works department anticipates as many as 600 installations in the next few years. The small cells convert slow radio waves to ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Kitchens are optional. In some cases, a housekeeper comes by to keep things tidy. Officials say it’s no coincidence that hundreds of apartments in Santa Monica sound more like hotel rooms, as landlords realize corporate rentals get around the city’s ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    After the first Twilight Concert of summer 2017 brought an estimated 50,000 people to Santa Monica, the City and the Santa Monica Pier Corporation have re-imagined the event for this year. Contemporary R&B singer, Khalid, kicked off last year’s summer ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    The Under 7 (U7) Santa Monica YMCA Stars basketball team won their game in convincing fashion over their Culver-Palms YMCA opponent this past weekend with a 29-7 victory. For the second weekend in a row, the Stars out rebounded their opponent by a wide ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    “In reviewing the existing Municipal 2 of 6 Code, the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) determined that it lacks a number of “non-auto” transportation device definitions that are included in the California Vehicle Code. Updating the Municipal ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    August marks the 25th anniversary of local nonprofit School on Wheels. School on Wheels began in Santa Monica with one tutor and now operates in six counties throughout Southern California. In 2010, it opened its flagship Skid Row Learning Center and since ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica decided to use funding from the prize to support resident-led action.” Through the application process, Microgrant applicants were encouraged to develop project ideas that would cross generations, build a sense of neighborhood belonging ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “Fortunately they reversed it quickly enough before more damage could be done,” said Ross Gerber of Santa Monica investment firm Gerber Kawasaki, which holds Tesla stock. A big fan of both Tesla and Musk, Gerber nonetheless thought going private was a ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    Kathryn Whitney Boole has spent most of her life in the entertainment industry, which has been the backdrop for remarkable adventures with extraordinary people. She is a Talent Manager with Studio Talent Group in Santa Monica. [email protected]
  • Los Angeles Times
    Don Schultz, an 81-year-old Van Nuys resident, said he and his wife, Prudy, used to drive to Santa Monica on boiling-hot San Fernando Valley days. Traffic was light, parking was easy and a walk on the beach was pure air-conditioned pleasure. “Now we can ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    As Food Editor Jenn Harris reports in her weekly Restaurant News column, there’s also a new ramen shop in Chinatown that specializes in tsukemen; a new counter-service restaurant in Santa Monica from chef Vicki Fan Matsusaka; and a new restaurant in Echo ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    that will help integrate shared mobility devices safely into the Santa Monica landscape,” said the report. City fees for outdoor dining range from $1.97 to $6.56 per square foot depending on the level of enclosure and visual barriers. Staff is estimating ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    The punk rock icon ominously enters the stage. He begins to play music for his loyal crowd, and they go wild. The Santa Monica College campus flooded with attendees ready to see legendary Henry Rollins and celebrate the last of three KCRW Summer Nights ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Miles O'Brien, recovering from his attack. Photo Courtesy of Miles O'Brien. A Santa Monica College student is recovering from cuts to his face, head and throat after a violent fight with a homeless man at Tongva Park early Friday morning. The attack ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    To address this, the Santa Monica City Council will consider an ordinance Tuesday, August 28 that would levy a $.98 per device per day fee on scooter companies. “The public right of way land is a valuable asset, designed primarily for the movement of ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    Photo: Courtesy. Cardboard, duct tape and a whole lot of fun. After their first week of school, kids in Santa Monica will be looking for some serious fun this weekend and the 7th Annual Cardboard Yacht Regatta at the Annenberg Community Beach House ...
  • Santa Monica Mirror
    “Water, water everywhere, / Nor any drop to drink,” wrote Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the 1834 poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” Coleridge was not writing about Santa Monica in this poem but he may as well have been. Santa Monica, like all of ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The first day of the school year is in full swing in Santa Monica. Students are clad in backpacks with sharpened pencils in hand and ready for fresh academia while teachers are ready to mold impressionable minds. Edison Language Academy, a dual-immersion ...
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Friends of the Santa Monica Public Library is a non-profit, community based volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the Santa Monica Public Library system as an essential institution of our community and supporting its mission and vision.

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