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Alcohol permits up for consideration in Ocean Avenue area

With the Zoning Ordinance behind it, the Planning Commission will consider allowing a slew of alcohol permits at new restaurants around Ocean Avenue and Olympic Drive next week. The restaurants are going into the ground floor of a new apartment complex in the area. Joan’s on Third and Elovate would sit along Olympic Drive, between... Read more →

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Free programming at Tongva Park in May

Tongva Park continues its second season of free cultural and eclectic programming this month with an enchanting Tongva After Dark evening of Gypsy and Eastern European musicians and singers, followed by a Family Saturday presenting a hula hoop fitness concert for all ages. On Wednesday, May 13, from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., the community is... Read more →

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Santa Monica College showcases student photography

Santa Monica College presents the 36th Annual SMC Student Photography Exhibit May 14-27 in two locations: the SMC Photography Gallery and SMC's Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery. The free exhibition showcases outstanding imagery by students in the SMC Photography Department. A gallery gala will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday,... Read more →

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City Yards open house set for May 16

Do you ever wonder who landscapes the City of Santa Monica parks, sweeps the streets, supplies the city with fresh, clean water, or picks up the trash and recycling each week? These and many other important jobs are done by the City of Santa Monica Public Work Department employees, who in celebration of National Public Works Week invite the... Read more →

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Classic film series coming to SMC

Santa Monica College will host a Kanin Family Film Series May 15-17. SMC Film Studies professor Josh Kanin will introduce the films, and will join SMC Political Science professor Alan Buckley for an audience discussion after each screening, offering unique insights into the life and works of the Kanin Family. The classic film series is... Read more →

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SMC symposium to focus on public health policy

The Santa Monica College Public Policy Institute (PPI) will present its 4th annual Spring Symposium from May 11-14. “Stop, Look, Listen: Community Advocacy for Public Health” is the theme for this year's community symposium — and a line-up of events including a screening of the critically acclaimed film “Still Alice” and roundtable... Read more →

Entertainment

Outdoor movie series gets them to the Greek

Chow down on the enticing offerings of area food trucks. Watch a popular movie on a 52-foot screen, whether because you’ve never seen it or because it’s enjoyable every time. Listen to the sounds of what could be your next favorite band. In other words: Eat|See|Hear. The outdoor entertainment series is launching its fourth season... Read more →

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Wildwood School hosting STEM lecture

The Wildwood Institute for STEM Research and Development (WISRD) invites K-12 students and parents and community members interested in topics relating to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to the spring event in its community lecture series at Wildwood School middle and upper campus, located at 11811 Olympic Blvd., in West Los... Read more →

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Super Saturday to benefit Ovarian Cancer Research Fund

Rachel Zoe and Rodger Berman with Molly Sims and Scott Stuber will return to host Ovarian Cancer Research Fund's 2nd annual Super Saturday LA. The day-long designer charity sale, now held annually in Los Angeles as well as the Hamptons, will take place on Saturday, May 16, at The Barker Hangar from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. “I am so thrilled to... Read more →

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Santa Monica to host Canadian women’s national soccer team

The City of Santa Monica will host the Canadian Women's National Soccer Team as it gears up for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. The Canadian Team will use Santa Monica field space to prepare for scheduled scrimmages and international friendlies prior to the start of the Women's World Cup in Canada beginning June 6. As part of their visit,... Read more →

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Santa Monica Synagogue to honor two members

On Saturday evening, May 9, The Santa Monica Synagogue will honor two of its dedicated longtime members, Brad Tukey and Stephen Youngerman. Both men have lived, worshiped, educated their children, and conducted their careers here on the Westside. This celebratory evening of dining and merriment will be held at the UCLA Faculty Center.... Read more →