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    A "high chance" of a mass shooting in Hollywood has been thwarted by police seizing a cache of guns and ammunition
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    Just weeks after Santa Monica’s annual temporary winter ice rink closed and was reverted back into a parking lot, planning for next season has already begun. Santa Monica Inc. (DTSM) currently owns the equipment used to bring the ice rink into existence every year and relies on multiple vendors to construct and operate it.
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    PYFC: The Pico Youth and Family Center hosted the 14th Annual Hope & Unity Awards Gala, on Jan. 27 at Expert Dojo. Dr. Guadalupe Mireles-Toumayan received the Education Leadership award for her work in the local Latino community,
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    SNL alumni and comedian Dr. Tim Meadows has spent the past several months helping Samohi Theater students develop their acting skills
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    The Beverly Hills Songbook” – Opening event of a three-Thursday festival of music and music history, under the auspices of the LA Philharmonic. From Virginia Robinson’s lavish parties featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra to George and Ira Gershwin’s weekly salons,
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    For the last two weeks I have not watched a news broadcast, tuned into a news channel, read or even glanced at a newspaper (print or online), read an email about goings-on in Santa Monica, gone to any SM-oriented social media pages or websites. I don’t ...
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    WISE & Healthy Aging, a community-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the dignity and quality of life of older adults, announced the launch of its new advocacy website: WISEOmbudsman.
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    Beloved retired Lincoln Middle School math teacher, Dr. Steve Marcy passed away unexpectedly at the age of 77 on Jan. 25, 2023. He was born on April 4, 1945. Steve leaves behind his wife Janis, his sister Jan Rhue,
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    The Santa Monica Daily Press is among the few companies selected for the Google News Initiative's highly competitive accelerator program
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    The Federal Trade Commission has imposed a $1.5 million penalty on telehealth and prescription drug discount provider GoodRx.
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    Officers encountered Morris Kpaka who has an active court order to stay away from the Promenade due to previous criminal behavior
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    California is a center of innovation and birthplace to world-leading enterprises – and may soon become the world’s fourth largest economy.
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    A former lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles accused of threatening students and staff was found mentally unfit to stand trial last week by a federal judge in Denver. U.S. District Court Judge Raymond P.
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    A weekend shooting in which three women were killed at a short-term rental home in an upscale Los Angeles neighborhood was a targeted attack, the city’s police chief said Tuesday as investigators continued to search for suspects.
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    SMPD officers responded to the 1500 block of Ocean Avenue for an altercation between a vendor and a customer
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    Those killed by a gunman who opened fire at a Los Angeles-area dance hall are being remembered by friends and family for the zest for life
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    This year's Black History Month in Santa Monica will feature multiple events centered around the them of Black Resistance
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    Original, on-the-ground reports from Santa Monica in your inbox daily, Monday-Saturday. Santa Monica’s failure to meet state housing requirements continues to generate legal headaches for the city with a pending lawsuit alleging developers should be able to build projects at higher density than currently allowed.
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    A Marina del Ray man was sentenced today to 45 months in federal prison for stealing the identities of a married couple who had died days earlier and then using them to unlawfully gain access to their bank accounts,
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    Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert had surgery on his non-throwing shoulder last week. However he is expected to be ready for the offseason program in the spring. The team announced on Sunday that Herbert had surgery on the labrum in his left shoulder on Jan.
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