• Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica College (SMC) student photojournalist Yasamin Jafari Tehrani—who is on the staff of SMC’s student-run news outlet The Corsair—has won the 2019 Richard Turner Student Photojournalist of the Year from the Press Photographers’ Association of Greater Los Angeles (PPAGLA).
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Every other Thursday this summer, the Santa Monica History Museum will be hosting a series of guest lectures via Zoom.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Since schools shuttered in March as a result of Covid-19, seniors across California have wondered if they will be able to celebrate their academic journey with a graduation ceremony. After weeks of discussion,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica has joined other Los Angeles County cities by declaring a curfew through 5:30 a.m. Sunday morning. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti imposed a citywide curfew Saturday night following a day of protests over the death of George Floyd,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Mind your own f***ing business, this is a public space. Don’t tell us what to do. You do you, we’ll do us” said a Santa Monica beachgoer when asked to wear a facemask.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Broad Stage’s 2020-2021 season of in-person theatrical performances are set to begin this January, but officials of the famed theater said Thursday they hope to hold one outdoor, physically distanced event this Fall that will complement its upcoming pairings of online and in-person programming.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Our world and our communities have experienced incredible hardship, strength, and perseverance in just the past few months. At Westside Food Bank, we have witnessed the tragedy of the coronavirus pandemic,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Like many facets of life, the arts have been severely disrupted since the start of the pandemic. But 35 local artists have come together to “De-Fence Art.”
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    By now, many people know the names Ahmaud Arbery and, more recently, George Floyd. Many are wondering how/why do these events keep happening. There may be some clues in a local event in Santa Monica that you may have read about in last weekend’s paper.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Los Angeles County has permitted restaurants, hair salons and barbershops throughout the county to open as soon as Friday night if they follow physical distancing and infection control protocols. Gov.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Dozens of protesters marched through Santa Monica Thursday afternoon to demand justice for George Floyd, a black man who was killed Monday by a Minneapolis police officer. Demonstrators wearing black and orange chanting “No justice,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    About 50 people held a demonstration in downtown Santa Monica Thursday against proposed funding cuts to the city’s only senior services organization. WISE & Healthy Aging would lose $123,000 in grant funding under the city of Santa Monica’s proposed budget,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The number of new coronavirus cases confirmed in Santa Monica hit a record low last week. Eight cases were reported between Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 23 — a steep decline from the more than 30 cases reported in each of the two previous weeks.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Marcia Bloom, longtime owner of a popular boutique formerly located on Montana Avenue, died last week after a lengthy battle with cancer.
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  • Claremont.Today

    Chris Darrow 1944 - 2020

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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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