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The Robbins Brothers Love Team and KTLA-TV Channel 5 wrap up 'Valentine's Surprise Marriage Proposal Week' with a fun twist. Tonie, an Army Reservist, proposes marriage to her boyfriend Chris, a former Marine. But the surprises don't stop there; Chris returns the favor after a secret talk with Chief Engagement Officer Andy Heyneman!
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Wexler's Deli 616 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401 (213) 620-0633 https://g.co/kgs/T49qt9 Now, two years after opening Wexler’s Deli inside L.A.’s Grand Central Market to rapturous reviews, Wexler is bringing his house-made matzo-ball soup, pastrami and lox to Santa Monica. Read more: http://forward.com/food/341642/wexlers-deli-spreads-lox-love-in-los-angeles/#ixzz4ATAyUJCY
Times assistant business editor Patrick McMahon speaks with commercial real estate reporter Roger Vincent about the redevelopment of the downtown Santa Monica civic center area next to the headquarters of Rand Corp. on Ocean Boulevard.
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Reporter Sarah Hashim-Waris discusses Santa Monica gunman's John Zawahri's home life with Times staff writer Andrew Blankstein. Claims of domestic violence claims within Zawahri's family have surfaced since Friday's shooting.
Santa Monica's only TV news program is aired daily on CityTV. With news, events, sports coverage, calendar and interviews, Santa Monica Update is your best local TV resource for what's happening in Santa Monica! In this segment, reporter Yana Kay goes behind the scenes at the Santa Monica Crime Lab.
Los Angeles Times real estate reporter Roger Vincent chats with video reporter Ann Simmons about the start of construction a long-delayed $300 million residential skyscraper near the entrance to Century City. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=losangelestimes LET'S CONNECT: Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+latimes Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/latimes Twitter ► https://twitter.com/LATimes L.A. Times ► http://www.latimes.com/
The California Incline, the landmark Santa Monica thoroughfare, reopened Thursday after a 17-month reconstruction project. The ramp — used by 15,000 vehicles daily — closed for reconstruction in April 2015. The reconstruction brought the incline up to meet seismic standards and includes a pedestrian and bike path.