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Articles from the May 1, 2020 edition

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 By Alyssa Erdley    Opinion    May 1, 2020

Let's Open Businesses on May 1 Instead of May 15, Governor Newsom

On March 16, the City of Santa Monica, the County of Los Angeles and the State of California almost simultaneously began shutting down businesses, beginning with bars and gyms. Within days, both local...

 
 By Kathleen Berry    Travel    May 1, 2020

Can a Jersey Girl Find Happiness and Monarch Butterflies on the Central California Coast?

My sister and I are originally from the Jersey shore and although we live in a Bay Area waterfront community it doesn't offer the sights and the sounds of the ocean, any ocean. So after some research...

 
 By Sabine Ganezer    Arts    May 1, 2020

The Benthophonicks: A Cartoon Starring a Christmas Tree Worm and a Venomous Blue-ringed Octopus

Delilah Demilo is a frustrated songwriter, a college dropout, and a venomous blue-ringed octopus. In The Benthophonicks, my debut comic, she sets off on a journey to find herself as an artist, but...

 
 By Sarah Storkin    News    May 1, 2020

"Resist:" Temporary Closure Signs at Palisades Park Tagged as people are clearly tired of the shutdown.

We are now in our sixth week of Coronavirus shutdown and here in Santa Monica, residents are clearly developing cabin fever. People are traveling to Orange County on the weekends to go to beaches...

 
 By SMCLC    Opinion    May 1, 2020

SMCLC Urges Less Construction, Less Density After Covid-19 Lockdowns

Dear City Manager and City Council, While reading Pro Developer Group Santa Monica Forward's letter about our city's finances, we're reminded of Naomi Klein's seminal work, The Shock Doctrine. In it,...

 
 By Stan Greene    Sports    May 1, 2020

"If you could change anything about yourself what would it be?"

"If you could change anything about yourself what would it be?" a reporter asked Trey Adams. "Uh,..... a bigger dick," he replied after a moment of thought. The reporter laughed. Trey Adams, a...

 
 By Janet McLaughlin    News    May 1, 2020

Naked Man Crashes Through Venice Roof Into Family Home on Rose Avenue

A naked homeless man crashed through the roof of a Venice apartment he was apparently trying to enter. This according to a neighbor, who posted the incident and a photo on social media. "40 minutes...

 

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