Family regroups after vandalism hits Santa Monica restaurant

Sunnin in Santa Monica is dealing with vandalism
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • June 2, 2020
The activity inside the Santa Monica location of Sunnin felt urgent on late Monday morning. Community volunteers, in their protective masks, had spread out through the restaurant’s dining room: They picked up shards of broken planters and swept...
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