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Established in 1986, the Los Angeles Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the country with more than 25,000 participants and hundreds of thousands of spectators.
The campaign of Democratic Presidential candidate Tom Steyer celebrated the opening of a new campaign office in Santa Monica. Photo by Christian May-Suzuki
A group of friends make themselves comfortable as they watch the sunset at the pier. Photo by Miyung Kim
Manny Douglas Comes to St. Bernard After Winning Eight City Titles
St. Bernard High School Announces Hiring of Former Narbonne High School Football Coach Manuel Douglas
Outdoor Antique Market at Santa Monica Airport on April 5, 2020,
Flea Market 1st & 4th Sunday every month. Antiques, Vintage Clothes, Tribal Rugs, Jewelry & Treasures can be found to add to your collection, or
Walking Tour downtown Santa Monica on March 28, 2020, 10:00 a.m. https://www.santamonica.com/event/downtown-walking-tours-presented-santa-monica-conservancy/2020-03-28/
Explore more than 130 years of Santa Monica history on a walking tour, from its Wild West frontier beginnings to the sophisticated metropolis of today.
Explore Shark Sundays at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium every Sunday at 3:30pm.
HIGH MARKS—Sen. Ben Allen of Santa Monica was among legislators honored in January at the Campaign for College Opportunity’s Legislative 2019 Dean’s List reception. Photo Credit: CFCO
Public Tour—Through A Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs
Included with museum admission
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 1:00–2:00 p.m.;
Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays: 1:00–2:00 p.m. and 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Take a closer look at Stanley Kubrick’s photographs on this docent-led tour.
Julia Morgan Legacy Event on March 1
Julia Morgan Legacy Event Sunday, March 1 11 am - 12:30 pm - Presentation by Chris Marino with Q & A 12:30 - 2 pm - Guest House open Join the Santa Monica Conservancy in a special commemoration of architect Julia Morgan, California’s first licensed woman architect. Noted for her collaboration with...
THE VERDI CHORUS—In its 37th season, The Verdi Chorus will present two performances on April 18-19 at the First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica. Photo credit: The Verdi Chorus
Free Leap Day Silent Disco on Saturday, February 29 from 6 - 9 p.m at
1351 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Attendees celebrating their leap day birthday will be given a free cupcake and birthday treats from Carlo’s Bakery, as featured on Cake Boss, with valid Photo ID. No matter your age, all are invited to experience a fun evening dancing under the night sky on Third Street Promenade to bring in 2020’s a long-awaited extra day. https://www.downtownsm.com/events-calendar/7561/leap-day-silent-disco
Dance like no one is watching in Downtown Santa Monica during a free Leap Day Silent Disco on Saturday, February 29 from 6 - 9 p.m at Third Street...
This mural was created in honor of the late Kobe Bryant and Gianna"Gigi" Maria-Onore Bryant, who were both killed in a tragic helicopter crash over Calabasas on Sunday, January 26. The mural is located at Pickford Market in Mid City just outside of Culver City was created by artist Jules much and completed just six hours after Kobe's passing. Photo by Christian May-Suzuki
Santa Monica Venice Walkabout
Brown Bag Lunch
"Employment Law Seminar"
hosted by Julie Ann Giammona - Ferber Law
Brown Bag Lunch Employment Law Seminar hosted by Julie Ann Giammona - Ferber Law
The Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica Pier is captured in the late afternoon. Photo by Gary Kohatsu
The frosty flurries are set to magically transform your community into a fun winter snow play day where noses are cold, and mittens are required. Join the
Bennett Santora, 15, of Manhattan, New York, practices his juggling skills at Santa Monica Beach in late December. Santora is a competitive juggler with a website and YouTube videos to add to his resume. He has been juggling for about eight years.
Miles Furst, one month shy of his 7th birthday, gets into the spirit of pushing his baby brother Zeke (16 months) on a swing at Sea colony Drive in Santa Monica on New Year's Eve. The boys are residents of Boulder, Colorado, and their parents are natives of the Venice Beach and Santa Monica areas.
Bike riding is among the popular activities along the boardwalk between Venice Beach and Santa Monica. Photo by Gary Kohatsu
Tourists and locals hang out at Santa Monica Beach on New Year's Eve to take in the sunset. Photo by Gary Kohatsu
Free New Year's Eve Event
The Chestnut Club in Santa Monica, your best bet for a good time!
California’s long tradition of advancing nation-leading legislation continues into the new year, with laws reining in the gig economy, boosting online privacy and discouraging shootings by police, among other potential trend-setters. The laws have sent businesses including Uber, Lyft and Google sc...
"Rhinoceros," a production directed by Santa Monica College (SMC) Theatre’s Terrin Adair-Lynch, made its debut Friday, Nov. 22 at the school's Main Stage. The play, written by Eugene Ionesco in 1959, focuses on the transformation of a normal town into something unrecognizable to itself.
The Santa Monica College Theatre Arts Department is presenting Rhinoceros now through Dec. 7 in the Theatre Arts Main Stage on the main SMC campus, 1900 Pico Blvd., Santa MonicaBelow, masks are getting final touches for Eugene Ionesco’s Rhinoceros. Tickets sell out quickly. Advance (pre-sale) tickets range from $12 to $15 ($8 for preview), plus a service charge, and can be purchased online at smc.edu/mainstage or by calling 310-434-4319 or 310-434-3005 Photo courtesy SMC
Annual winter open house on Saturday, Dec. 14 at beginning at 11:00 a.m.
‘Tis the season for the Bergamot Station Arts Center Annual Winter Open House. A day of ART + FOOD + ENTERTAINMENT celebrating the remarkable milestone of
Santa Monica Symphony Concert on Saturday, Dec. 14
Starts: 7:30 p.m.
Ends: 10:00 p.m.
600 Olympic Blvd.,
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Saturday, December 14, 2019 7:30pm. Santa Monica Symphony Guido Lamell Mahler 5th Symphony in C sharp minor Barnum Theater – 600 Olympic Blvd, Santa
Take the stress out of holiday shopping with the Winterlit Holiday Market on the Third Street Promenade featuring unique creations from local artists.
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THE FALL SEASON is upon us and with it comes a change of weather. Photo by Gary Kohatsu
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…with that Charles Dickens starts his famous novel of revolutionary Paris and London setting up a series of contrasts such as wisdom and foolishness, belief and incredulity, Light and Darkness, and the spring of hope and the winter of despair. Though our Tale at the Santa Monica College Orchestra Concert looks at only One of those Two Cities – London - all of the contrasts will be musically expressed by a native Londoner in 1913 with Ralph Vaughan Williams' “A London Symphony” (Symphony #2) and a visiting Viennese in 1795 with Franz Joseph Haydn's “Symphony #104” (the London Symphony).
Vaughan Williams wrote his London Symphony on the eve of active duty in World War I as his literal impressions of the city. Upon his return from the horrors of the trenches and the death of his friend, composer George Butterworth, he found the warm glow of gaslight now dominated by the brilliant glare of incandescent light, and the smelly horse-drawn traffic and black soot of coal had given way to the noxious fumes of automobiles and the brown smog of gasoline. The street cries of salesman, sea shanties of raw-voiced dockworkers, carriage jingles and Big Ben turned into electrical amplification, sirens and the din of the modern City. With his post-war revisions to the score and the dedication to a fallen comrade, the symphony’s emotional resonance now pivoted to nostalgia and reminiscence, then, finally, concluding with a beautiful major chord of acquiescence.
Haydn made two long-term visits to London and this last of the twelve symphonies he produced there was given the city’s name in commemoration. This is a symphony that starts with a fanfare summoning the troubles of the world and then gradually resolves them with the hope and good cheer of Haydn’s prancing rhythms and infectious genial humor. Haydn’s resolution of these worst of times will ensure that our concert does indeed end with the best of times.
I don’t know if our concert will be a far, far better thing, than I have ever done but, we are definitely going to try and play the Dickens out of it!
On June 3rd at 4pm. The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center. 11th St and SM Blvd.
Brian Stone, music director