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Santa Monica-Malibu School District’s 68th Annual “Stairway of the Stars” Concerts Set for March

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Via the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. Nearly 1,000 SMMUSD elementary, middle and high school students will star in three separate “Stairway to the Stars” concerts on March 15, 17 and 21, at 7 pm,...

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...

Belmar Apartments Afford Great Opportunities for Local Artist Michael Baroff

For the last two years, local artist and long-time Santa Monica resident Michael Baroff has called his art studio home. The two-level loft in which Baroff has set up shop is one of 10 artists...

Tech Tuesday: Buddytruk

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 Tech Tuesday feature...

Explore Your Neighborhood with the Help of Santa Monica Travel & Tourism’s Website

A stay-cation is not only a cheaper alternative to traveling afield for relaxation, it can also help you see your city with fresh eyes. Santa Monica Travel and Tourism (SMTT), the nonprofit organization responsible for...

Discovering Santa Monica: The Rustic Canyon Family of Restaurants

If you’ve spent any time in Santa Monica, chances are you’ve at least passed by one of the half-dozen locally-owned eateries in the Rustic Canyon Group of Restaurants. From the Sweet Rose Creamery on Pico...

The Santa Monica Life: Raising the Minimum Wage, Tar and Roses Reopens, Bike-Share Community...

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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...

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...

Coming Up: Help Santa Monica Combat Homelessness, Voting Continues for 2015 Streetsies, Big Blue...

Welcome to 2016, everyone! We hope you were able to enjoy some downtime before coming into the new year. As we get ready for an exciting new year, we're still want to hear from you...

Santa Monica Hack the Beach Contest Off to a Strong Start

What if your phone told not only when your next bus was coming, but also how full it was? Or, if there were spaces available on its bike rack? What if, when you moved to...

Santa Monica to Celebrate Parks Day on February 25

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Via the City of Santa Monica. On Saturday, February 25, 2017, the City of Santa Monica will host Parks Day, Come Play! a community event celebrating: The grand opening of Ishihara Park, a new 2.35-acre...

Video: Woodlawn Cemetery’s ‘Living History’ Tour Gives Voice to Its Most Famous Occupants

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsMrBOYf_0Q Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica held its third annual Living History Tour on Saturday as 14 actors stood by the graves of noted people buried there to deliver monologues highlighting their lives. The community was...

Hulu and CycleHop in the Running for 2015 Streetsie for Livable Streets-Friendly Business

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For their role in helping to make Breeze Bike Share -- L.A. County's first public bike-share system -- happen, Hulu and CycleHop have been nominated together for 2015 Livable Streets-Friendly Business Streetsie award. CycleHop is...

Lineup for Santa Monica’s 2017 Twilight Concert Series Announced

Summer is around the corner and in Santa Monica for more than 30 years that has meant free concerts on the Pier. The lineup for the 33rd annual Twilight Concert Series, sponsored by Snap, Inc.,...

Tech Tuesday: High Pressure Zone

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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 Tech Tuesday feature...
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