|The Santa Monica Lookout, Santa Monica, California-- February 2012|
Monica's Homeless Population Stable, But Hard Times May Lie
Monica Awards Contracts for Fiber Optics, Traffic Cameras and
February 29, 2012 -- Andrew Kirschner, a Santa Monica native and renowned chef, was sued by a building contractor for allegedly failing to pay more than $120,000 for improvements at his new Santa Monica restaurant.
Monica Could Require Commercial Developers to Help Fund Affordable
Gourmandise School – Santa Monica’s Big Small Business
Monica College Lecture Presents the Search for Bliss
Miramar Misconceptions and Common Ground Youth
Monica Officials to Look at RDA Payments
Monica Residents Help African-American Students
The Bottom Line --Income
Taxes and Liberal Shibboleths
Monica's Miramar Design Passes Commission with Caveats
for Food with Michael McCarty at the Santa Monica Farmers Market
Monica's Montana Avenue Branch Library to Reopen Saturday
Santa Monica's RDA Money Goes
Monica Wins Major Injunction Against Coin Dealer
Monica Pier Aquarium to Host Amateur Photography Exhibit
Monica’s Pico Boulevard Strives for Respect
Monica Police Work to Reduce Pedestrian Accidents
February 22, 2012 -- It was women symbolized by Rosie the Riveter who welded together the airplanes built at the Douglas plant in Santa Monica to fight World War II.
Monica Rent Board Wrong in Hot Tub Case, Appeals Court Rules
Monica Planning Commission Pushes Hotel Developer for Higher
Monica's Brownley Makes Congressional Bid
February 21, 2011 -- Well, here comes the Silly Season, just around the corner; that would be federal, state, and local elections with the quadrennial presidential election thrown in this year.
Village Breaks Ground in Santa Monica
Local Campaign Paying Off in Santa Monica, Officials Say
Sure Your Santa Monica Pet is Prepared
Monica's Common Ground -- A Benefit or Danger?
Santa Monica Property Owners Can Legally Occupy Their Buildings
Council Concerned About Esplanade Traffic Flow
February 16, 2012 -- The City Council did some housekeeping Tuesday night to assure that Santa Monica will make as smooth a transition as possible to a city without a Redevelopment Agency (RDA).
Landmark for Santa Monica Trailer Park
Bikes and Broadband Gain Santa Monica's Consent
Environmental At Santa Monica College Lecture Series
February 15, 2012 --I am adamantly opposed to the relocation of Common Ground. I have lived on Cedar Street near Lincoln Avenue for 40 years, I have been a resident of the city for 63 years, and I taught at the public high school for 31 years. ("Santa Monica's Sunset Park Residents Upset over Non-Profit Neighbor," February 14, 2012)
Monica's Sunset Park Residents Upset over Non-Profit Neighbor
Monica Day Care Center Goes to Council
February 14, 2012 -- A painter whose portraits hearken back to the old master and one known for his depictions of mega-stores and fast food restaurants will be showcased at Santa Monica College through March 10.
Commission Takes Up Trailer Park
Monica Women Artists Explore Motherhood
The Bottom Line --What
Change? The Stakes Just Get More Expensive
a Stargazer This Month at Santa Monica College Planetarium
to New Heights Valentine's Day at Santa Monica's Pacific Park
Over Santa Monica's Miramar Hotel Kicks Off with Lengthy Hearing
Monica Shares the Love
Struck in Sunset Park
February 10, 2012 -- Santa Monica Police will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday at an undisclosed location within the city as part of an ongoing campaign to reduce alcohol involved crashes.
Youth Center's Art for Hearts Benefit Friday
Battles Loom Over Ambiguous RDA Law
Monica College to Host Panel on Future of Redevelopment Agencies
Monica Should Not Pursue Garment Cleaning Ordinance, Staff Says
Proposal Could be a Little Girl's Dream or a Meteorite About to Crush
Monica School Board to Consider More Lax Permit Policy
Structure 6 Shut Down for Demo Monday
Agreements Continue to Rise in Santa Monica
Grows in Santa Monica
David Ramirez Wins Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Award
Redevelopment to Meet its First Major Test
Newspapers Give Santa Monica History Museum Another View of the Past
Our New Columnist
February 6, 2012 -- As the saying goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same. That certainly goes for Santa Monica and its politics.
Monica Arts Commission Paves Way for Dismantling of “Chain Reaction”
Papers to be Discovered Anew at the Santa Monica Playhouse
Sundays are Free at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium Courtesy of Cirque
February 2, 2012 -- Raymond Chandler, the celebrated master of noir, was intimately familiar with Santa Monica. He immortalized the seaside town in his series of short stories set in “Bay City,” a shabby gambling burg that was heavy on speakeasies and debauchery and light on police scrutiny.
Reads Raymond Chandler Events
Moves Forward with Sustainable Transit Plan
February 2, 2012 -- This year, more women will die from heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases than from any other ailment, and one in three women will suffer some form of heart and blood vessel disease.
Monica Firm Puts Kibosh on Ganesha Mat
Mount Over Club “Packing” in District Assembly Race
at Santa Monica High School Under Investigation
February 1, 2012 -- Police have identified the suspect who robbed a Santa Monica bank on January 17 and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
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