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Articles from the May 15, 2021 edition

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 By Corva Corvax    Politics    May 15, 2021

Gun-Control California Schizophrenically Considers Removing Sentencing Enhancements for Use of a Firearm

The California Assembly's Public Safety Committee recently passed for additional consideration a bill that would gut the state's sentencing enhancements for the use of a gun during the commission of...

 
 By Jack Simon    News    May 15, 2021

SM Main Public Library Reopens for In-Person Service June 1

The City of Santa Monica has announced that its Main Library will reopen for limited in-person service to the community on Tuesday, June 1.  The Main Library, located at 601 Santa Monica Blvd.,...

 

Suicide From 4th St. Overpass Snarls Freeway Traffic East and West for 2 Hours While SMPD Investigates

5/13: A homeless man jumped or fell from the 4th Street freeway overpass just before 2 pm on Thursday, police said. "The reporting party informed dispatch that they observed a male at the 4th Street...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    May 15, 2021

Masks Are Over: President Biden, CDC Announce No Need to Wear Masks if you are Vaccinated.

5/13/21: We've all become used to covering our faces everywhere. But as announced Thursday morning by the head of the Centers for Disease Control, and echoed by US President Joseph Biden, there is no...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    Politics    May 15, 2021

Yes, Police May Still Use Less Lethal Projectiles in Los Angeles Despite Headlines to the Contrary

On Monday, May 10, a federal judge modified an earlier injunction restricting the Los Angeles Police Department's use of less lethal 40-millimeter and 37-millimeter projectile launchers as a means of...

 

Make an Evacuation Plan for Your Pets in Advance of Wildfire Season

With summer and warmer temperatures around the corner, the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) reminds all pet owners to prepare for wildfire season. Preparing in advance...

 

HER Launches Grant Program to Support Women-Owned Restaurants in Los Angeles, Sponsored by Doordash

Following a groundbreaking collaborative event featuring women-owned restaurants across Los Angeles in January 2021 called 10 Days RE:Her, newly formed non-profit RE:Her today announced a Covid-19 relief grant program, sponsored by DoorDash. RE:Her...

 

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Re-Opens with Summer

@ The Wallis, Celebrating the Return of In-Person Audiences While Maintaining Commitment to Health and Safety of Staff, Artists, And Patrons, Opens with World Premiere Performance of Tevye in New York! Slated for Late June Wallis Annenberg Center...

 
 Events   
Art Exhibition at the Skirball AI WEIWEI: TRACE

Skirball Cultural Centerreopens to the public with SoCal debut of large-scale installationAI WEIWEI: TRACE May 15–August 1,2021

The Skirball Cultural Center announces that it will resume indoor museum operations this May with the Southern California debut of Ai Weiwei: Trace. Created by Ai Weiwei, one of China's most...

 

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