a beachfront city in southwestern California, near Los Angeles, on Santa Monica Bay: popular tourist destination and resort.
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How to use Santa Monica in a sentence
A second, Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, said it would review Miguel’s records.
A360 also shifted where its guests would be staying, from a Four Seasons to Hotel Casa del Mar in Santa Monica.He started a covid-19 vaccine company. Then he hosted a superspreader event. | Eileen Guo | February 13, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
She recalled giving the young poet a book by Maya Angelou when they used to meet at a Santa Monica coffee shop.Amanda Gorman learned the power of poetry early on | Los Angeles Times | February 1, 2021 | Washington Post
When I spoke to Britni Bionca, the owner of BB Lash Boutique in Santa Monica, lockdown was still in place, and she told me that many lash businesses had gone underground as a means of survival.
So in Santa Monica, he leased this big building and did all the work inside to make it a dog center and basically opened up West LA Dogs.
The overall Gehry design, he adds, is “reminiscent of a parking garage he did in Santa Monica.”
The sizzling apple pie at Jones on Santa Monica Boulevard was a must.
We drove back to L.A. through the Santa Monica Mountains on the Mulholland Highway, portions of which curve along steep drop-offs.
They were also bored, with most their friends living in Santa Monica, where the Colony kids had to be bused to schools.
Greengrass told the quartet they had the parts at Shutters Hotel in Santa Monica.
This rancho comprised the whole Santa Monica district and consisted of thirty thousand acres, which Baker stocked with sheep.
Tell continued for a while at Santa Monica and was an authority on much that had to do with local sport.
Three early characters of Santa Monica had much to do with the actual starting of the place.
We went to Santa Monica, which is the fashionable watering-place of these parts.The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912 | Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
The end of the Santa Monica Range came in sight and soon the road descended in long winding "grades" towards the sea-coast.Across America by Motor-cycle | C. K. Shepherd