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After Successful Season, the 2018 Twilight Concert Series Ends with an Open Streets Party

This Sunday, two Santa Monica traditions join forces when the Twilight Concert Series and Santa Monica COAST program a full day of car-free outdoor fun. COAST will open streets in Downtown Santa Monica to...

5 Mid-Summer Resolutions for Living the Dream in Santa Monica

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It's already August, but it's not too late to share my 5 resolutions for 2018 right? I invite you to join me in one or all of these in living the dream of the...

How To Get Fit (Or Stay Fit) on a Budget

So say you've settled into your new digs in Santa Monica, or maybe you just need some new ideas for getting exercise. Luckily for you, Santa Monica is a great place to access affordable or...

A primer to buying baby and toddler clothes on a budget in Santa Monica

Reposted from Raising Wilshire, the blog of former California Streets Initiative and Santa Monica Next Advisory Board member Sirinya Matute. Sirinya is a working mother living in Santa Monica. I'm going to let you in...

‘Wellbeing 365’ Campaign Focuses on Youth in November

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVpuKZGiht4 Throughout November, Kaiser Permanente is raising awareness about how to improve Youth Wellbeing as part of its “Wellbeing 365: Stress Less & Thrive” initiative in partnership with the city of Santa Monica. Through the partnership, which...

The Hoop: The Official Newsletter of Santa Monica YMCA Youth Basketball, Volume 20, Issue...

SAMO SUMMER TEAMS WIN 3 OF 4 ON OPENING WEEKEND MAJORS COME BACK FROM DEEP HOLE TO WIN, MINORS ONLY TOE STUBBERS Summer league play is underway for four large Santa Monica based summer league youth...

Community Voices: A Letter from a New Resident to the Santa Monica City Council

The following is a letter sent by a recent Santa Monica resident to the City Council. It is reprinted here with his permission. Dear City Leaders, I am writing regarding the Downtown Specific Plan. Although...

This Week: Pier Concerts Are Back and Sloan’s Ice Cream Opens on the Promenade

This week, the free Twilight Concerts series at the Santa Monica Pier kicks off with Khalid and Bibi Bourelly and Sloan's Ice Cream opens up on the Third Street Promenade. Twilight Pier Concerts Start On Thursday,...

June at Santa Monica’s Annenberg Community Beach House

Via city of Santa Monica press release. What’s more fun than summer at the Beach House? Do a lot or do a little! Get active: Try one of our summer-inspired classes! BOGAFiT on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:15-8:15...

The Hoop: The Official Newsletter of Santa Monica YMCA Youth Basketball, Volume 19, Issue...

KIDS SWEEP PARENTS AGAIN, UPPER LEAGUES DO SAME TO LOWER DARKS TAKE LIGHTS IN 3 OUT OF 5 ALL STAR GAMES, LEGENDS WIN FIRST! SPRING LEAGUE AND YEAR ENDS, AWARDS BANQUETS BECKON The Major League Legends won...

“Celebrate America” Festival and Fireworks Show at Santa Monica College June 24

Via Santa Monica College press release. Don't miss the free spectacular fireworks and entertainment of “Celebrate America” – Santa Monica College’s popular star-spangled salute to our nation’s independence – to be held Saturday, June 24. The...

Eyes on the Street: Santa Monica’s Main Street Parklets On Track for “Late June”...

The construction fencing may still be up, but three parklets are taking shape on Main Street in Santa Monica. At the corner of Ashland and Main Street, dark wooden benches are popping up in front...

Downtown Santa Monica Ain’t Broke

This piece originally ran on Healthy City Local. There are good ideas in the Downtown Community Plan (DCP): ideas about the role of Santa Monica’s downtown, about nurturing community in “our town” with more and better...

Socially Conscious Grab-and-Go Eatery, Everytable, Opens in Santa Monica Next Week

Everytable, the grab-and-go eatery aimed at delivering affordable and healthy food, will celebrate the grand opening of its Santa Monica location on May 30. The Santa Monica location -- at the 1315 Third Street Promenade...

It Would Take More than 60 Years for Santa Monica to Build Its Share...

A new report by the California Housing Partnership Corporation released Monday revealed that L.A. County was short more than half a million affordable rental homes to meet the needs of the region’s low-income residents. Home...
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