Barbara Stinchfield

Director of Community and Cultural Services, City of Santa Monica

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Community and cultural services director for the City of Santa Monica, California

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Complaints about over-regulation led Santa Monica to be called “The People’s Republic,” although it’s too prosperous to deserve the label.  Now it might lose another designation: “The…

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Complaints about over-regulation led Santa Monica to be called “The People’s Republic,” although it’s too prosperous to deserve the label.  Now it might lose another designation: “The…

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Two weeks ago, landscape architect James Corner attended the splashy opening of  Phase II  of  The High Line , the disused elevated rail-line that he and his firm  James Corner Field…

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