Get To Know The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium This Weekend For Fintastic Spooky Fun!

with FishyFest and the Costume Parade

Oct 25 & 26, 12:30 – 5PM, head to the aquarium under the Pier, bring last year’s costume for a costume swap, then trick-or-treat the Pier and check out cool spooky programs at the Aquarium.

Find all the details here:

In case you didn’t know, there is this amazing giant body of water next to our beaches called the Pacific Ocean. It’s pretty amazing… but it holds a lot of secrets. Interestingly there is an aquarium operated by Heal The Bay that is dedicated to the amazing creatures and environment for JUST OUR South Bay area and somehow it is almost a bigger secret… and it shouldn’t be! If you love our local beaches and ocean scrape together a meager $5 and head down to the aquarium which is located right under the Santa Monica Pier along the walkpath. on Ocean Front Walk. This weekend they are having a special Halloween event celebrating Halloween and Dia de los Muertos. You will get to know a bunch of our hidden and not so hidden sharks, fishies, starfishies, sea horses, urchins and all the crazy stuff about our ecosystem that will help you understand why Heal The Bay works so hard to keep the environment clean.

I have lived here for a long time, and even though I knew the aquarium was there, I never went. What a mistake! It was amazing! It isn’t a huge place, but for $5 it sure packs a punch and I was amazed at all the critters that I didn’t know we had and what they do all day.

For more info go to or better yet head to 1600 Ocean Front walk, Santa Monica, Ca 90401, or call them at 301-393-6149

GO! Also… add them on twitter at @SMPierAquarium

…or Facebook at

….oh yeah…. the staff is the BEST!


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Wedding Party Bus Of Angry Women Prompts LAPD Backup Call On Navy & Pacific

Nothing cements wedded bliss like having your post-nuptuial party bus stop at Davy Jones Liquor Locker on Navy & Pacific… and having a bunch of broads in bridesmaids dresses whip up a fight. LAPD called for backup on the group that was in a monstrous white slug of a bus, screaming, yelling and punching one another. Oh, and like just about everyone else in Venice, they were wasted drunk. LAPD hustled them all back up on the white larvae of doom and sent them on their drunken, merry way.  Thanks to @zumadogg for the narrated video.

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Tomorrow Eat At CPK in The Marina – Proceeds Help Family Of LAPD Officer Marian Adams

LAPD Pacific lost officer Marian Adams this month to an unexpected illness. Tomorrow if you eat at CPK in the Marina at 13345 Fiji Way, 20% of the purchase price of your meal will go to assist the family of Marian. Print the image below or show it to your server on your smart device. Please help out the family of a dedicated Pacific Division officer as her family struggles to deal with her loss. Thanks!

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Dog Saved From 1:30 A.M. Apt Fire On Pacific Ave

Just after 1:30 a.m. LAPD was flagged down by a citizen as smoke was seen in an apartment and a german shepherd was stuck inside barking ( you can hear him/her in the radio call below ). LAPD called LAFD and the dog was rescued, and whatever fire there was, was extinguished. Went by this a.m. to snap a pic to find a probably totally unrelated but unfortunate butt and a box of matches on the steps. Smoking: bad for dogs, bad for people. Thanks to @chancesurfer for the heads up!

Check this out on Chirbit

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Tallon was found and safely returned to family.

Tallon McCrary has gone missing. He is an autistic teen and is incapable of verbal communication. He is a black male, 17 yrs, 6′ 200 lbs last seen wearing a white t-shirt and khaki shorts riding a silver beach cruiser bike. He does not respond to his name. He has last seen around 2 p.m. in the area of the 6400 block of Kentwood Bluffs Drive near the LMU gate entrance.

If you have any information please contact LAPD at 310-989-3399