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    A former Los Angeles Angels employee has been charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl in connection with last year’s overdose death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs, prosecutors in Texas announced Friday.
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    He has lived in Santa Monica for 34 years and wouldn’t live anywhere else in the world. Really. Send love and/or rebuke to him at therealmrmusic@gmail.com
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    A 5K run is 3.1 miles. One can accomplish the feat by traveling from Veterans Park in Culver City down to the Santa Monica Pier or by leaving Palisades Park and heading towards Venice’s famed ...
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    SMPD arrested James for attempted murder. Courtesy photo. The Santa Monica Police Department has arrested a man for stabbing a homeless person in Reed Park. Officers were called to the park at about 8:50 a.
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    (And our Toddler-in-Chief certainly would.) I hate what they have done to Santa Monica. I don’t hate them, any of them. Not even Pam O’Connor. Never have. Every once in a while I do note that ...
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    Santa Monica’s largest homeless services provider is adapting to challenges created by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but officials said the region’s homeless crisis is likely to get worse as the disease ripples through the local economy.
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    Malibu Unified School District announced a possible change to the start of the school year in a letter sent to parents Wednesday afternoon.
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    The Santa Monica-based nonprofit Teen Readers Society launched this week to help create a new generation of readers, but Executive Director Judit Langh said the various programs and research-based ...
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    This weekend as I was walking dogs with my friend on the bluffs over Santa Monica beaches, it was obvious that there’s a high level of non-compliance with the wearing of masks. The sand was ...
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    (The House is not the problem.) Our City Council? Straight F-s. No make-up test, no summer school, no promotion to the next grade. They must all be sent home. They have been very bad. While Donald Trump is killing us,
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    In response to recent budget cuts and the Covid-19 pandemic, Santa Monica City Council approved changes to the municipal code that relate to a number of transportation services in the city.
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    Caroline Ho, who grew up in Santa Monica and graduated from Samohi, has been selected to participate in the Television Academy’s prestigious Summer Fellows Program.
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    The Santa Monica Police Department has arrested Drew Miller for throwing a full 40-ounce glass bottle at the back of the head of a peace officer during the civil unrest and rioting in the City of ...
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    The recently formed Public Safety Reform Advisory Committee held its first community listening session last Thursday to hear from residents who described their experiences with local police officers and recommended public safety changes they would like to see instituted in the city.
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    Life in Southern California is pretty amazing and we’re lucky to be able to live in a beautiful part of it. I was reminded of just how awesome it is to be here this weekend as I took a quick road trip up the coast – but first a couple examples of modern corporate incompetence and one of excellence.
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    The popular ramen restaurant “Ippudo Ramen” has shuttered after nearly 2 years of occupying its space on second street, but it’s far from the only commercial property that’s been forced to close during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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    City Hall remains closed but some of Santa Monica’s essential services and departments are planning to open this week.
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    Ron Durgin, owner of The Bike Center in Downtown Santa Monica, has experienced many of the same challenges faced by his peers in the bike industry, but the longtime businessman believes he has made positive strides to keep his business going strong in ...
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    Courtesy image. The final designs of the Belmar History + Art Project have been revealed by the City of Santa Monica, and artist April Banks said she is excited to begin work on a life-sized ...
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