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    Matthew Hall Original, on-the-ground reports from Santa Monica in your inbox daily, Monday-Saturday. Homelessness was top of mind for many voters in the November elections and new local leaders ...
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Homelessness was top of mind for many voters in the November elections and new local leaders are coming out swinging on the issue
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    Pet owners now have new resources to keep their animals healthy and happy. Palms and Paws Veterinary Center celebrated their opening.
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    Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) personnel observed a man passed out at his wheel in a car with the engine running and blocking the street at 5th and Wilshire
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    Today, the Mega Millions multi-state lottery will soar past an estimated jackpot of $1.1 billion, that’s nine zeroes, making this evening’s draw one of the largest lottery payouts in history. This marks the third time inside of six months that a lottery draw inside the U.
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    Original, on-the-ground reports from Santa Monica in your inbox daily, Monday-Saturday. The winter storm moving through the area triggered wind, flood and beach warnings yesterday but Santa Monica ...
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Original, on-the-ground reports from Santa Monica in your inbox daily, Monday-Saturday. The winter storm moving through the area has triggered wind, flood and beach warnings. The National Weather Service is predicting winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.
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    Patients at Providence Saint John’s Health Center participated in a recently completed global clinical trial to test the safety and effectiveness of a revolutionary device to treat persistent atrial fibrillation,
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    This February, the City of Santa Monica will commemorate Black History Month with the theme of Black Resistance. To kick off the month, the City will host food trucks on February 1 at both City Yards and City Hall along with music and dancing.
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    Québec-based Cirque FLIP Fabrique will perform in Smothers Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 1, at the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts.  Tickets, starting at $25 for adults or $25 for youth 17 and under,
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    Emeritus Art Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of creative works by California master sculptor Charles Dickson. The exhibition will run from January 19 to April 28 in the Emeritus Art Gallery at 1227 Second St.
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    Over 40 young singers from Elemental Music’s choir programs are featured in “Encanto at the Hollywood Bowl,” an all-new Original Special now available to stream only on Disney+. “Encanto at the Hollywood Bowl” transforms the historic venue into the world of the animated film that became a worldwide phenomenon.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Santa Monica College (SMC) and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Westside Coalition have announce that civil rights icon Benjamin (Ben) Franklin Chavis, Jr. will be the keynote speaker at the birthday celebration for Rev.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Global creative consultancy Designworks is set to open a new, 16,500 sq ft office space on Olympic Blvd in Santa Monica, a part of the city already home to top creative companies including Pixomondo,
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    State leaders need to emphasize policies that generate more middle-income housing inside cities and create pathways to homeownership
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Original, on-the-ground reports from Santa Monica in your inbox daily, Monday-Saturday. With Christmas gifts and holiday cards delivered, the US Postal Service’s (USPS) busiest season of the year is drawing to a close but efforts to hire more postal workers continue.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Three Santa Monica Women are on a mission to make a dent in the problem. In February 2022, sisters Isabelle and Inna Kreydin and friend Sienna Monnier came together to create Bubbles Dog Rescue with the goal of pulling as many dogs as possible off of euthanization lists and placing them into loving “furever” homes.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    City Council resumes meetings this week with a relatively short agenda heavy on administrative items tying up business from last year. The only new ordinance on the agenda is an expanded prohibition on smoking in multi-unit residential buildings.
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    The Santa Monica Pier will host over 3,000 TCU fans for a pep rally on Jan. 8 from 4 – 5 p.m.  After the best semifinal day in the nine-year history of the College Football Playoff, the title game will match the defending national champion against the closest thing the sport has had in years
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  • Santa Monica Daily Press
    Kicking off the New Year on a positive note, the Jan. 8 workshop of the Committee for Racial Justice will return to in person meetings at Virginia Ave. Park and will have the Black Apology by the City of Santa Monica as its topic.
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