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Articles from the January 27, 2014 edition

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 By Alyssa Erdley    News    January 27, 2014

Council Cowardly Postpones Hines Vote

The Santa Monica City Council on Tuesday made the predictable move of voting to postpone deciding the fate of the much-opposed Hines mixed-use "Bergamot Transit Village" project at 26th Street and...

 

Many Expected to Vie for Waxman's Seat

The sudden retirement of Rep. Henry A. Waxman set off a land rush Thursday of politicians and other prospects eyeing an exceedingly rare shot at an open congressional seat in one of the most affluent, strongly Democratic redoubts in the country. By...

 

City Calls for Voluntary 20% Water Use Reduction

A Water Shortage Advisory calling for voluntary conservation was declared by the City Council in 2009 in response to the drought. The Advisory is still in effect. Today City Officials are asking...

 

Tongva Park And Ken Genser Square Selected As "Frontline Parks" By City Parks Alliance

Tongva Park and Ken Genser Square located in Santa Monica, CA, have been named "Frontline Parks" by the national urban park advocacy organization City Parks Alliance. Each month, City Parks Alliance...

 

Sony's SM Studio Moving to Playa Vista

Sony’s Santa Monica studio, best known for the God of War series, is planning to up sticks and move down the coast to the Playa Vista area. The studio is one of Sony’s most successful video game subsidiaries, which not only develops its own IP,...

 

Master Chorale Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The Los Angeles Master Chorale, a cultural icon heralded around the globe for its exceptional artistry, pulled out the stops for their 50th anniversary weekend celebration. The program featured two performances of Bach’s B Minor Mass - the choral...

 
 By Antje Weser    News    January 27, 2014

SANTA MONICA CRIME WATCH

Hit and Run in Santa Monica Santa Monica: A teenager from Santa Monica is sent to the hospital in critical condition after being struck by a car and now police need the public's help finding the...

 

Clippers Make Drive Toward The Top

The most interesting part of the remaining NBA regular season games involve teams driving toward favorable playoff position. There’s a big difference between having home court advantage and not...

 

Ducks Win Dodger Stadium Hockey Spectacle

The NHL's 2014 Coors Light Stadium Series made a stop at Dodger Stadium on Saturday night which featured the Southland rival Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks in the first-ever regular season...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: AT MIDDLETON

Take one look at the purity of a magically light, bright and ethereal fountain scene in AT MIDDLETON and you immediately know how love feels, or should feel; how bliss and joy feel, or should feel....

 

SANTA MONICA JEWELRY DESIGNER MARGARET ROWE INSPIRED BY THE ARTISTRY OF HOLLYWOOD'S GOLDEN ERA

Tell us about your brand, Margaret Rowe Couture Jewelry? My jewelry evokes a vintage fashion statement with a modern silhouette bringing out an electric, star-power look. The line captures the...

 

Venice Art Reception to Feature Two Long-Time Local Artists

The Venice Arts Council presents a joint artist reception for Photographer Margaret Molloy and Painter Frank Strasser. The Happy Hour Reception will be held: Sunday, February 9, 2014, 4-6pm at Hama Su...

 

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