• Santa Monica Daily Press
    Three council members are asking for an outside agency to expedite an analysis of the City’s response to recent looting and riots.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Last Wednesday the City launched the “Santa Monica Shines” COVID-19 assurance program to ensure businesses have the best safety practices and to encourage people to shop locally.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The new school year begins on Monday, but students will not be donning sports uniforms or packing up their instruments. All extracurricular activities will take place virtually and although sports teams cannot meet,
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Apologizing publicly for the first time for crimes their lawyers insisted for months they didn’t commit, “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were sentenced to prison Friday for using their wealth and ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    California added more than 140,000 jobs in July, lowering its historic high unemployment rate to 13.3% amid a coronavirus pandemic marked by stops and starts of the workplace that have plunged the world’s fifth largest economy into chaos. Normally ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Standing amid an array of solar panels, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham told a national audience this week that she’s proud of instituting aggressive renewable energy mandates in her state. A day later, she touted the state’s move toward solar ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Once again, Santa Monica's own ambitious, cutting edge theatre company, City Garage, is striking out in a unique direction. Part...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    A 59-year-old Santa Monica man has been charged with distributing and possessing child pornography, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced. Guido Germano (dob 11/12/59 ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    A recently filed lawsuit against scooter company Lime alleges company officials neglected to properly maintain equipment, which led to severe injuries to riders. The lawsuit from McGee, Lerer & Associates alleges more than 40 riders suffered grievous injuries resulting from defective brakes,
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    After months of planning, distance learning will resume across the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District on Monday, and will look very different from the spring.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The former operators of Brandy Melville Canada are suing executives from Brandy Melville USA, over unfair business practices that were allegedly in retaliation for the plaintiffs’ refusal to comply with racist policies.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The City of Santa Monica issued a third revised 18th supplement to Santa Monica’s local emergency declaration extending the use of outdoor commercial spaces. The supplement authorizes additional uses of outdoor space and provides greater clarity to local ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Beaming into the homes and the hearts of Santa Monica Police Activities League (PAL) members, four PAL youth were honored with personal recognition and individual scholarship funds totaling $ ...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The City of Santa Monica issued a third revised 18th supplement to Santa Monica’s local emergency declaration extending the use...
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Your union has screwed you, again, big time. All 160,000 of you. (Well — not Leonardo or Renee.) Out of moral conviction, you resolutely turned down tens of thousands of dollars, maybe more, of non-union work over the years,
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Joni Swenson, who has been the orchestra director at Samohi for 17 years, announced she is retiring this fall. Beloved by students, parents, and teachers alike, Swenson helped bring the Santa Monica High School symphony orchestra to concerts across the world.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica’s favorite businesses have been revealed with the delayed, but not diminished, publication of the annual Most Loved guide.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Pico Neighborhood Association has asked the California Supreme Court to review its case against the City of Santa Monica following an appeal court ruling that upheld the city’s at-large voting system.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Enterprise Fish Co. is likely to close after 41 years of serving up seafood to Santa Monicans and Southern California travelers.
    Read Article
  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    NOT CONDEMNING CITY COUNCIL THIS WEEK! What’s changed? Unfortunately, not a gol-durned thing. But now we have a slew of candidates telling you why they and three good Girl Scouts could do a better job than the SMRR wrecking crew and Forward facilitators who have been sinking our good ship SM for more than a decade.
    Read Article

Front page