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Articles from the March 17, 2014 edition

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 By David Ganezer    News    March 17, 2014

SMMUSD's Ben Allen Says He's In It To Win It

I have known Ben Allen since he worked for The Observer in 1998 gathering subscriptions. Since then, he's gone on to Berkeley Law School, and the SMMUSD Board. I caught up with the Candidate for Ted...

 

Montana Fire Takes Life of "Red" Erickson

A longtime Santa Monica Real Estate Agent Red Erickson died in a fire Sunday on the corner of Montana and 11th Street. Three fire fighters suffered smoke inhalation, and one other resident of the...

 

SM Rocks & Rolls

A magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck just outside of Los Angeles on Monday, rattling early morning commuters across a wide swath of Southern California but causing no damage or injury. The quake, which was initially registered by the U.S. Geological...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    March 17, 2014

Heal the Bay Gives SM Beach A's, Mostly

Heal the Bay gave "A's" to nearly all Santa Monica beaches, in its monthly LA County Beach Report card issued on March 12, 2014. A's or A+s, went to Santa Monica Beach at Santa Monica Canyon, Montana...

 
 Events   

6th Annual Sustainable SM Student Poster Contest

The 6th annual Sustainable Santa Monica Student Poster Contest will raise awareness about Santa Monica's Water Self-sufficiency Plan & educate the community about water conservation. Rules and...

 

Local News Briefs

No Booze for Palihouse 40 or so local residents attended the Santa Monica Planning Commission meeting on Wednesday night to oppose Palihouse Santa Monica's application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to sell alcoholic beverages. They did not...

 
 By Antje Weser    News    March 17, 2014

SANTA MONICA CRIME WATCH

Bicyclist Helps to Catch Robber Santa Monica Police say they responded to a report of a strong-arm robbery on March 13 at the 1900 block of 6th Street at 10 in the morning. Lawmen report the victim...

 
 Events   

SM Public Library presents The Big Read Kick-off Celebration

Santa Monica Public Library (SMPL) begins its Big Read celebration of Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea with a free outdoor concert and festivities on Saturday, March 29 at 12:30 p.m. in...

 

Children's Hospital Los Angeles – Santa Monica Celebrates Grand Opening

Highlighted by a special ribbon cutting ceremony, Children's Hospital Los Angeles - Santa Monica commemorated its grand opening March 11, marking the creation of CHLA's fourth outpatient care center...

 

Initial Impact: Knicks Win, Lakers Lose

After Phil Jackson was introduced Tuesday as president of New York Knicks basketball operations no player immediately changed teams. But the initial impact is that it was a grand day for the Knicks...

 

UCLA Fans Remain Spoiled By Wooden's Success

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor The last of John Wooden's 11 UCLA national championships was won 37 years ago. It's too bad that Bruin fans remain spoiled. How else can we explain the lack of...

 

MUPPETS MOST WANTED

"It's the Muppets again! It's the Muppets again! It's. The. Muppets. Agaaaaain!" That's right!! They're back (for the eighth time, in case you're keeping count) and not only most wanted, but most...

 

Samohi Open House

All Student Body: ASB Board members Crystal, Jenny and Reed welcomed parents to the Samohi Open House Tuesday night. This year, the Open House had a new form: Science teachers were in science...

 

220 Gym

220 Gym at 3220 Main Street just opened and offers instruction in Cycling, Zumba, Kangoo Jumps, Gravity, Boxing and Yoga. They currently offer 3 days of instruction for free!...

 

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