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Santa Monica College Celebrates Black History Month

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Via Santa Monica College. Santa Monica College is proud to present a trio of free events in February honoring Black History Month. The events – which include a “Trial by Jury” presentation and informative talks...

News Wire: Odd Market L.A. Comes to the Santa Monica Pier

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Odd Market L.A. makes its westside debut at the Santa Monica Pier. On Saturday, January 28, more than 75 vendors and food trucks will transform the iconic pier into a bazaar scene of boutique merchants,...

News Wire: Santa Monica College’s Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery to Present “Andy...

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Via Santa Monica College press release. The Santa Monica College Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery is pleased to present “Andy Moses: A 30-Year Survey," an exhibition documenting the evolution of the artist’s elusive non-objective...

Newswire: “Weird Al” Yankovic to Perform at Santa Monica-Malibu Ed Foundation Benefit Concert

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Via the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation Five-time Grammy winner Michael McDonald (formerly of the Doobie Brothers), special guest Amy Holland, and three-time Grammy winner “Weird Al” Yankovic will be joined by Richard Page (of Mr....

Bergamot Station Property Owner Who Booted Santa Monica Museum of Art Cashes Out

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The property owner at Bergamot Station that drove out the nonprofit Santa Monica Museum of Art over a difference of opinion is now cashing out. Wayne Blank, who owned about two acres of the roughly...

Big Changes Likely In Store for Summer Pier Concert Series, But Will It Be...

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The Santa Monica Pier Corporation Board Wednesday night voted to recommend some big changes to the annual summer concert series that has been a mainstay at the Pier for more than three decades. The decision...

Press Release: New Year, New Opportunities At Santa Monica’s Annenberg Community Beach House

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The following is press release put out by the City of Santa Monica. Start off the New Year exploring great opportunities at the Annenberg Community Beach House with a lineup that offers something for everyone....

There Are Still Two More Days to Experience “This Is Hunger” at Santa Monica...

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A staggering 42.2 million Americans struggle with hunger daily. That’s more than the entire population of Canada. But every one of those 42.2 million people has a face and a story. Telling those stories --...

Go Metro! MTA Films a Visit to the Downtown Farmer’s Market

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Regular readers of Metro's blogsite, The Source, know that one of the best features is the videos. Last week, Metro unveiled its newest video in the "Go Metro" series, a review of the Santa...

SMC Public Policy Institute Hosts Annual Fall Forum, “MAZON” Mobile Museum Exhibit

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Santa Monica College Public Policy Institute (PPI) will present its Annual Fall Forum November 22-December 4. The theme for this year’s community forum is “Art – Advocacy – Activism: Hidden Hunger amid Urban Struggles.” The...

Expo Review: What’s Happening at Bergamot Station

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After the last Red Car trolley rattled by in 1953, and then the ice-packing plant and water heater factory housed here were closed, Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station sat dormant in the 1980s. The seven-acre site,...

Previewing This Week’s New Urbanism Film Festival

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This week the annual New Urbanism Film Festival returns to Los Angeles. The grand opening is Thursday night! There are plenty of screenings, plus walking tours, storytelling, and more. Event details at NUFF website. Below are five...

Eyes on the Street: Santa Monica’s Creative Crosswalks Add Color to Downtown Intersections

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Santa Monica is not the first city to have colored in their crosswalks. Long Beach and West Hollywood are just two local examples of cities that beat them to the street. However, the Santa Monica's newest...

Coming Up: Jazz on the Lawn, Celebrate GoSaMo, Family Dance Jam at Tongva, Sonic...

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Summer may be almost over, but there is still plenty to do. This week, join PUBLIC Bikes + Gear to celebrate GoSaMo, the city’s multimodal initiative; head to Stewart Park for more Jazz on...

Coming Up: Mostly Kosher on the Lawn, Preservation and Change, Spoke Update, and More!

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This week, Jazz on the Lawn returns with Mostly Kosher, Santa Monica Spoke Hosts an update meeting, the city will host a discussion on preservation and change in Downtown Santa Monica, you can take...
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