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Commission on the Status of Women Invites Santa Monica to Celebrate Women’s History Month

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The Santa Monica Commission on the Status of Women announced a line up of community events celebrating Women's History Month all March long. Below is the list of events, starting with the Commission's reception...

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...

Santa Monica’s Main Street on Track to Get Parklets This July

In November 2015, the Santa Monica City Council voted to approve plans for parklets at three locations on Main Street. According to a recent staff report, those parklets should be ready by July this...

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...

Coming Up: State of the City, Hack the Beach, Homeless Count, Expo Safety, and...

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We say this a lot, but this week really is a busy week in Santa Monica. Hear from Santa Monica Mayor Tony Vazquez and City Manager Rick Cole at the State of the City, celebrate...

Update: Whole Foods 365 Set to Open August 9 in Santa Monica

The Westside's first Whole Foods 365 has got an opening date now. According to Whole Foods 365 reps, the the high-end grocer’s more affordable chain will open its Santa Monica location at the northeast corner of...

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...

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...

Video: Exploring the 11th Annual Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIJP8Beg7pE About 60 artists who work out of studios at the Santa Monica Airport opened their creative spaces to the general public last Saturday. The event was the 11th annual Santa Monica Airport ArtWalk, sponsored by...

‘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...

Eternal Meadow at Santa Monica’s Woodlawn Cemetery Offers Greener Burial Options

Above the surface, cemeteries are serene expanses of green, with plenty of trees and flowers. Below ground, however, America’s cemeteries are environmental disasters. Buried along with the deceased are toxic embalming fluids, metals from...

The Santa Monica Life: Opera at the Beach, Meaty Cocktails, Workouts on the Promenade,...

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“The Santa Monica Life” is a weekly roundup of the local fun, food, drinks, and lifestyle goings-on in Santa Monica. When the fun is so close, it’s easy to leave the car at home...

Tech Tuesday: Hawke Media

Santa Monica is at the center of a tech revolution. Hundreds of startups are based in the city, part of the Westside of L.A. County that has been dubbed “Silicon Beach.” Our new weekly Tech...

New Neighborhood Group Announces Launch at Initial Planning Commission Downtown Community Plan Hearing

Santa Monica has a new neighborhood association according to several speakers at last night’s Planning Commission hearing on the revamped Downtown Specific Plan. The Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA) has officially launched according to its president,...

Video: Young Adult Readers Turn Out in Droves to Celebrate Yallwest in Santa Monica

https://youtu.be/xlY7JMV9n8o Fans of young adult fiction turned out in droves this past Saturday for the Yallwest Festival at Santa Monica High School. More than 100 YA authors were on hand for book signings and giveaways,...
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