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Articles from the November 5, 2021 edition

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Newsom Has to Reveal Text Messages About PG&E Bailout; Recall Boudin Effort Gains Enough Signatures for Recall; $20 B Stolen From CA Pandemic Relief and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge denies LAPD officers' request to block elements of the employee vaccine mandate A federal judge in Orange County has denied a request from a group of LAPD officers to block...

 By Jack Simon    Schools    November 5, 2021

SMC Picked to Compete for Prize Recognizing College Excellence

SMC was among 150 institutions selected by the Aspen Institute this week to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, a recognition of high achievement and performance a...

 By Jack Simon    News    November 5, 2021

SM Extends Local Emergency, Tenant Protections to January 31

The city of Santa Monica has extended its remaining local emergency orders to January 31, 2022, including tenant protections against eviction. The 41st Emergency Supplement, signed October 29,...

 By Alyssa Erdley    News    November 5, 2021

Could We See Masks Off in LA County's Public Places Soon?

November 3, 2021 - Yesterday the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released guidelines for lifting masking requirements in various venues. Daily hospitalizations and deaths from Covid-19...

 By Preity Upala    Events   

The Best Food, Westside Food-Wine-Spirits Festival comes to the Westside this weekend!

One of the most awaited Food, Wine & Spirits Festival in Los Angeles is finally back this fall. The Westside Food-Wine-Spirits Festival is back with a bang this year on November 7th, 2021 at the...


Lifer's Devastating Remorse Journey

Remorse. Most people don't know the true meaning of remorse. The kind of pain that hits you like pouring alcohol on an open wound. Yes, this pain is caused by the pain I've caused others. Yes, I did...

 By Jack Simon    News    November 5, 2021

Homeless in Brentwood Veteran's Row, Westchester Park Moving Indoors

Nearly 100 homeless people have decided to move from their encampment along San Vicente Boulevard in Brentwood and from their tents in Westchester Park to temporary housing, Los Angeles city and count...

 By Matt Neco    Opinion    November 5, 2021

New City Attorney: What Should Santa Monica Look For?

Being an outstanding City Attorney is a serious job that needs to be taken seriously. We (our City Council acting on our behalf and in our best interests) need to be serious in selecting our next...


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