Saul Rubin

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Saul Rubin is a professional journalist, travel author and media professor who has worked in Sana Monica for a quarter of a century. Saul was a reporter for the Santa Monica Outlook before helping to found the Santa Monica Lookout. He is currently the senior journalism professor at Santa Monica College where he teaches introductory news writing and multimedia story production. He is also the advisor to the student media operation, The Corsair.

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Santa Monica Pier Is the Stage for Heated Debate About Genetically Modified Foods

At the far end of the pier Tuesday night were three upholstered chairs, a coffee table and two potted plants. It looked like a cozy...

Video : Pico Improvement Association’s Fitness Crawl

The Pico Improvement Organization held its first ever event Saturday, the Pico Fitness Crawl. Seventeen fitness businesses along Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica, spanning...

Tomorrow Is the City’s First Car Free Friday

The Expo trains are here. The crosswalks are brightly painted. There are miles and miles of bike paths. There’s even an app that offers real-time...

Cyclehop Planning for Regional Bike Share with Breeze, WeHo, Long Beach, UCLA and More….

Santa Monica’s launch of its bike sharing program last year did more than just provide an environmentally friendly way to get around the city....

Reducing Its Footprint, Santa Monica Is a Leader in Fighting Climate Change

In its quest to be the greenest of the green, Santa Monica wants to achieve the rarified environmental designation of being “carbon neutral” by...

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Feroz Merchhiya Selected as City’s Chief Information Officer

The following is a press release from the City...

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Latest on Metro Micro: Still Few Riders, High Costs

This Thursday the Metro board Operations Committee will receive...

Malibu Added to Speed Camera Pilot? Update on Mobility Legislation in Sacramento

Yesterday the Assembly Transportation Committee heard and passed a...
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