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Articles from the February 15, 2021 edition

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DUI Suspect Hits Barriers at Urth Cafe on Main Street in Santa Monica Friday Night.

A suspected drunk driver hit the concrete barriers erected on Main Street outside Urth Cafe, to allow for outdoor dining in the Covid era, Santa Monica police and witnesses said. Police allege Piper...

 
 By Corva Corvax    News    February 15, 2021

3 New Groups to Receive Covid-19 Vaccines in California in Coming Weeks: Education and childcare workers, Food and Agriculture Workers, and Emergency Services Workers

California Governor Newsom announced the opening of a new group of workers who will be eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. As part of Phase 1B Tier 1, education and childcare workers, food and...

 

Percent of Vaccines Going to African Americans and Latinos is Low and That is Freaking Out the County Health Department

February 10 - On Monday, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department released statistics regarding the demographics of those who have received the Covid-19 vaccine. Of all the doses given so far...

 

Downtown Santa Monica Celebrates Black History Month with Public Art Installations Created by Black Artists on Third Street Promenade

This February, Downtown Santa Monica, Inc. (DTSM) will recognize and celebrate Black History Month on Third Street Promenade with art installations by local Black artists and a banner program to...

 

Vaccines Now Being Given to Prisoners, Many Refuse and the Leftovers Are Discarded

I owe the Governor Gavin Newsom a huge thank you for my Moderna vaccine!! I suppose I'll begin by telling you the Moderna vaccine has been given to me and my fellow prisoners several days this week...

 
 By Courtesy of Forest Lawn    Events   

In Honor of Black History Month Forest Lawn presents Preserving Honor & Excellence

Forest Lawn will mark Black History Month in a much-anticipated virtual celebration, Preserving Honor & Excellence. This performance of inspirational music, dance, and readings will stream live...

 
 By Jack Simon    News    February 15, 2021

Santa Monica City Council Discusses   Future of Third Street Promenade

The Third Street Promenade, the three-block, open-air retail and entertainment district, may be getting a facelift this year.  At its meeting Tuesday night, the Santa Monica City Council...

 

Skirball Cultural Center launches distance-learning initiative inspired by its landmark children's and family destination

The Skirball Cultural Center announces Noah's Ark at the Skirball™: The Art of Imagination, a suite of virtual programs and FREE educational resources developed for Pre-K through Grade 5 distance...

 

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