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 By Jack Simon    News    June 25, 2022 

City of Santa Monica Blames Bird Poop for Pollution Problem at Santa Monica Pier

6.23.22: The City of Santa Monica released statement after Heal The Bay named Santa Monica Pier #3 polluted beach in California. They blamed bird poop for the problem. The Statement reads: "The City...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    June 25, 2022 

Lightning Over Los Angeles; Rain Falls For a Few Minutes in Santa Monica on June 22

6.22: A thunderstorm dropped less than a tenth of an inch of rain over West LA Wednesday. A light dusting of rain fell on Santa Monica just after 7 pm. Moisture was measurable but barely. Clouds...

 

Firefighters Make Headway in Anti-Vax-Mandate Lawsuit; Forging SS Number Cause for Deportation; Garcetti Advocates Pressured Sen Mark Kelly; Homeless Cleared from Downtown for Summit and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón recall campaign prompts gang member's push for deal (Video) Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin reports on the recall effort against Los Angeles D...

 
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Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa: A Perfect Parents-Only Getaway in California

My husband and I decided to head up to the super sexy Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa for some much-needed re-connecting and intimacy, the kind you don't have time for when your kids are around....

 
 By Jack Simon    News    June 17, 2022

Father Sues Brentwood School, Alleges Curriculum Became Divisive After George Floyd Murder

6.10.22: The father of a Brentwood School student has sued the institution, alleging that the curriculum became "racially divisive" after the 2020 death of George Floyd and the climate turned hostile...

 
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Is it an Emergency When a Dog Eats Sand?

Is your dog prone to eating sand when you take him to the beach? Have you ever wondered if this is a cause for concern? Do you know what to do if your dog eats too much sand? If you've ever asked your...

 
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Ten Reasons to Visit The Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort This Summer

Are you looking to kick off your summer with awesome adventures and some "cooling-off" activities? The Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina is the best place to have a splashin' good time...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    June 15, 2022

Mold at Santa Monica John Muir Elementary/SMASH School Campus Causes Relocation of All Students and Staff

June 10, 2022 - For at least one school year, if not more, the entire campus of Muir Elementary/Smash on 4th Street in Santa Monica will be evacuated. The decision to relocate students and staff came...

 

Safely Prepare for Family Summer Travel with Your Pet: Potential Hazards to be Aware of When Away from Home

Summer is just around the corner, which means it's time to start thinking about how to travel with your pet. If you enjoy taking family vacations that include the furry members of the family too,...

 
 By Jack Simon    News    June 6, 2022

LA City Council Wants to Ban Homeless Encampments 500 Feet from Schools

The Los Angeles City Council this week supported a proposal by five council members to amend the city's law against homeless encampments in certain areas of the city to extend to within 500 feet of...

 

Government Can Legally Track Your Location Via E-Scooter; Tesla Auto-Pilot Driver Faces Manslaughter Charges; LA Jail Diversion Program a Flop and other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Los Angeles District Attorney Barger supports recall of Gascón as district attorney Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger voiced her support to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney...

 

Laguna Woods Shooter Allegedly Hated Taiwan; Gascon Will Allow Some Cash Bail; SF DA Chesa Boudin Secured Only 3 Drug Convictions Last Year; Angel Stadium Sale Held Up for FBI Probe and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Policy/Legal/Political A 'no party preference' prosecutor could shake up California attorney general's race As a prosecutor, Anne Marie Schubert has thrived on being able to pull off what seemed...

 
 By John Grimaldi    Opinion    May 30, 2022

Memorial Day: Take Time to Teach the Next Generation What the Day Means

WASHINGTON, DC, May 27 – Memorial Day is of great importance for those of us who lost friends and family members in armed conflicts. But it should also encompass the ranks of those who have even a m...

 

Memorial Day Salute To Military Personnel at Pacific Park - Look at the Ferris Wheel this Weekend

Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier's Ferris wheel will feature a high-flying 130-feet tall, animated waving American flag throughout Memorial Day weekend in special salute to military personnel...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    May 23, 2022

Covid-19 Vaccines Have Declined in Relative Efficacy in Los Angeles County in Terms of Both Transmission and Death Rates Although Death Rates Themselves Have Declined

May 19, 2022 - Covid-19 vaccines were relatively more efficacious in preventing transmission and death seven months ago than they are today although they were never very effective at preventing...

 

DA Gascon Backs Off (Slightly) from No-Cash-Bail Policy; Trans Hannah Tubbs Now Charged with Murder; Gun Case Dismissed against Jackie Lacey's Husband; $32 Million Settled by County in 10-Year-Old's Torture and Death

George Gascón's reform initiatives put to the test One of D.A. George Gascon's reform initiatives has been heard at a state appeals court. NBC4's I-Team has been following Gascon's efforts to reduce...

 

Sherlock Holmes, Charles Dickens, and the Santa Monica Police Department: Jones of the Bay by Peter Borresen

If you're looking for a locally-sourced, light and humorous summer (or anytime) read, Peter Borresen's Jones of the Bay might just hit the spot. This episodic detective novel blends comedy, Santa...

 
 By Alyssa Erdley    News    May 16, 2022

Covid-19 Cases May Be Increasing in Los Angeles County with BA2 Variant of Omicron, But Serious Illness is Not

May 11, 2022 - Covid-19 cases have slowly been increasing across Los Angeles County. Due to the number of home tests available and free, there are perhaps even more cases than public officials know....

 

Dog Hiking: 6 Dangers to be Aware of and How to Avoid Them

With warmer weather just around the corner, you may be planning some upcoming adventures with your dog. Many dogs love accompanying their human family members on hiking trips, and hiking can be an exc...

 
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CAMP, THE FAMILY EXPERIENCE COMPANY, OPENS LOS ANGELES FLAGSHIP STORE AT WESTFIELD CENTURY CITY

CAMP, the East Coast family favorite that has reimagined the retail experience, has opened its first flagship store in Los Angeles as part of its national expansion. Part toy store, part activity...

 

Accused Sacramento Shooter Freed via Prop 57; ACLU Helps Russian Oligarchs; RVs by Ballona Wetlands Lose Lax Parking Enforcement; Police Play Copyrighted Music to Avoid Citizen Filming and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings C.A. denies Gascón's plea to limit judges' reconsiderations The Court of Appeal for this district yesterday avoided the issue of whether a judge may reinstate dismissed special c...

 

Suspect in Follow-Home Armed Robberies Had Been Repeatedly Arrested and Released; County Sups Direct Unvaxxed Workers Get Disciplined; CA Has $600 million in Unclaimed Recycle Deposits; and Other Stories Monday Morning Memo

Los Angeles District Attorney Why so many of DA Gascón's prosecutors want him recalled The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office is in turmoil. Prosecutors opposed to DA George Gascón's...

 

Oscar Weekend 2022 Roundup! WOW Creations Oscar Gifting Suite, Secret Room Events Style Lounge

WOW Creations Oscar Gifting Suite 2022 was sponsored by Rice Force for beautiful skin on Thursday March 24, 2022 at the Hilton, Universal City, 555 Universal Drive, Universal City, CA. Celebrity...

 

Municidal City Council Demolishes Parking Structure 3 to Hurt Small Businesses and Increase Housing Glut

On Monday, March 14, 2022, the City of Santa Monica began the process of tearing down Parking Structure 3 in downtown Santa Monica. Santa Monica Bayside Owners Association (SMBOA) lost its court battl...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    March 14, 2022

Russia Plans to Publicly Execute Captured Ukrainian Mayors, Captured Military Officers on State Television

Update: The Russian army released Ivan Federov in exchange for 9 captured soldiers, on March 15, 2022. When Russian soldiers put a hood on the Mayor of Melitopol, Ukraine last week, and led him away...

 

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