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    Photo by Grace Inez Adams. Beer: In celebration of National Milkshake Month, restaurant chain Johnny Rockets partnered with Santa Monica Brew Works to create two milkshake-inspired limited batch ...
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    Classic: A little humidity couldn’t stop thousands of runners from competing in the Santa Monica Classic this weekend.
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    Race day: The Santa Monica Classic brought runners of all ages to the city. Ryan Bethke / McCourt Foundation The 6,000 runners and walkers who stepped to the starting line for the 17th running of ...
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    The other three applicants were Alex Elliot, chair of the Santa Monica Disabilities Commission, Ron Gilbert, a former building manager and Marc Mouallem, a real-estate agent and software developer.
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    For the first time in two years, hundreds of students will spend the day Wednesday helping to clean up Santa Monica beaches and learning about the local environment as part of Heal the Bay’s ...
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    Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO), one of the nation’s leading orchestras renowned for its wide-ranging repertoire and adventurous commissioning initiatives, has named Anne-Marie Spataru Chair of the Board of Directors,
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    One in 3 African American blood donors is a match for people with sickle cell disease During Sickle Cell Awareness Month in September, the American Red Cross emphasizes the importance of a diverse blood supply to help meet the needs of those with sickle cell disease – the most common inherited blood disorder in the
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    An activist from Santa Monica is set to address world leaders at a historic UN education summit this. The first-generation daughter of Mexican-Colombian immigrants is one of five youth ambassadors selected by global children’s charity Theirworld to address the United Nations in New York.
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    Needle Exchange Program Santa Monica officials want the County of Los Angeles to stop distributing free needles to drug users in Santa Monica parks and instead move their needle exchange program ...
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    A flight instructor from Santa Monica Flyers, a flight school located at the airport, and a student were killed while trying to land following an introductory flight lesson at about 4:25 p.m. on ...
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    What started as a hobby quickly became a viable business for Angel Vu, who got into candle-making for fun at the onset of the pandemic and began selling her creations online. At first she said she was just getting orders from family and friends but then strangers started buying her products as well.
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    An oil company pleaded guilty Thursday to negligently discharging crude off the Southern California coast when its underwater pipeline ruptured last year, a federal official said. Houston-based Amplify Energy and two of its subsidiaries each pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge in federal court on Thursday,
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    Jamie Paige  / Special to the Daily Press The California Coastal Commission gave its staff more time to do its due diligence regarding a massive project that would significantly impact Venice if it moved forward.
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    A memorial for Queen Elizabeth II has been set up outside of Ye Olde King’s Head, a British pub in downtown Santa Monica, following the announcement of her death on Thursday Sept. 8. Customers and passersby stopped on Friday to write in a book set out on the memorial table along with an assortment of
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    BRIAN MELLEY  / Associated Press Californians tried to weather the extremes of a changing climate Friday, as a punishing heat wave that has helped fuel deadly wildfires had the state teetering on the edge of blackouts for a 10th consecutive day while a tropical storm barreled ashore with the promise of cooler temperatures but also
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    The Santa Monica Police Department urges anyone with information about the identification and whereabouts of the described male pictured above to contact Detective Ismael Tavera at 310-458-2256 ...
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    11 by co-sponsoring with the Santa Monica League of Women Voters Educational Fund (LWVSMEF) a candidate forum for folks running to sit on the SMMUSD Board of Education. Questions will be ...
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    This December marks the 32nd anniversary of  Godfather III. In an odd way, I  identified with Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone. Why? In March 2020, after fifteen years of “Laughing Matters,” I was encouraged (aka “chastised”) by SMDP management to cut way back on covering just the current president.
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    Race: The Santa Monica Classic returns on Sunday including its sold-out Kids Sand Shuffle race. Courtesy photo California’s oppressive heat wave is predicted to ease this weekend and locals ...
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    JOHN ANTCZAK Associated Press Forces were beginning to collide in California on Thursday as wildfires threatened communities, an epic heat wave stressed the electrical grid and as moisture from a hurricane was expected to bring thunderstorms and floods along with cooling.
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