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Culver Football Ends With Two Straight Wins

CCPD Nabs Assault Suspect

On Friday November 14th, Culver City Police Department Detectives arrested Eric Andrew Warfield for the sexual assault of a minor that occurred at his residence in Culver City. It is alleged that...

Waterloo To Close

Waterloo & City, a Culver City Gastropub with a British theme, will be closing its doors at the end of the year after 4 1/2 years on Washington Blvd. Newspaper reports claimed Waterloo was doomed by the crushing rent on the 6,000 sq. ft. location....

USC, UCLA Football Fans Invited to Tailgate Luncheon

Fans of both USC and UCLA football teams are welcome to attend the Culver City Rotary and Exchange Club's annual tailgate luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 18. The site will be the Elks Lodge, 11160...

Health Center Friends Discuss Culver Families In Need

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center will have their annual meeting on Wednesday, November 19 at 7 p.m. in the Culver City School District Board Room, 4034 Irving Place. The featured speaker is Drew Sotelo, Director of School and...

Metro Moves Closer To Connecting Culver, Santa Monica

Last weekend Phase Two 0f the Expo Line (Santa Monica) was being connected to Phase One (Culver City). As the electrical components were being tied together the day grew closer to riders being able...

Leash-Training Tips and Tricks

It's common to see new pet parents whirled around with their legs wrapped up in 6 feet of leash; however, puppy or adult, a dog is highly adaptable and aware of what their parents want. Like many...

Meeting in a Minute

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of November 10, 2014. At this meeting, the City Council: • Received a presentation from Southern California Gas Company. • Presented a...

Council Eyes Airport Noise

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter June Lehrman and Stephen Murray brought up a new concern at the City Council meeting Monday night that of airport noise affecting Culver City. Airport-related...

CCEF Impact & Appreciation

Last week the Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) thanked its major benefactors with a breakfast at Akasha and demonstrations of how well the funds CCEF raises are being used. CCEF benefits every ...

Westside Neighborhood School to Implement Environmental Program

Westside Neighborhood School has partnered with the Grades of Green organization to expand on going green. Grades of Green is a nonprofit organization, “with a vision of making environmental protection ‘second nature’ in young minds.”...

Culver City Rotary Hosts Baby Shower for Babies of Camp Pendleton

On October 18 the families of Camp Pendleton were treated with baby gifts galore at a shower hosted by Rotarians from four local clubs; the baby shower was held at the Roxbury Park Community Center in Beverly Hills. Two hours before the event,...

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Culver City Unified School District Backpacks for Kids Program - More than 39% of CCUSD students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools daily. For many...

CCEF Presents Check To Culver School District Board

At the recent Culver City Unified School District Board of Education meeting held at City of Culver City - City Hall, Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) Executive Director Leslie Adler presented ...

Nicholas Weiss Joins Sony Pictures Entertainment

Nicholas Weiss has been named Senior Vice President, Creative Advertising for Sony Pictures Entertainment, it was announced by Dwight Caines, president of Theatrical Marketing for the studio, and by...

We're So Lucky To Have MVPs Kershaw, Trout

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Out of all the major league baseball players on teams throughout the land the MVPs have been chosen and they both play in Southern California. If you're a baseball...

Culver Volleyball Girls Lose in CIF Quarterfinals

The Culver City High girls varsity volleyball season came to a sudden end in a 2014 CIF Southern Section Division 3AA Girls Volleyball quarterfinal playoff match at home in Del Goodyear Gymnasium...

New NBA Season Brings Early Surprises

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor The NBA season began only two weeks ago but already there have been numerous surprises. The biggest one is the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 1-3 start and apparent friction ...

Culver Football Ends With Two Straight Wins

By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter The twilight hours ushered in a full moon rising low from the eastern horizon to a signature point high above the Southern sky over Beverly Hills. It glowed upon the ...

Father Of Laker Ellington Shot To Death

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor The father of Laker guard Wayne Ellington was shot to death in a car in Philadelphia last week. Ellington has been granted a leave from the team. “He needs time to...

China, Not Japan, Is The Future

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist The Chinese recently bought the Waldorf-Astoria for $1.95 billion, or about $1.3 million per room. They also purchased AMC, Smithfield (the world’s largest...

Theatre Director Sean Cawelti Selected For Sherwood Award

Sean Cawelti, a Los Angeles-based theatre director, has been selected as the recipient of Center Theatre Group's 2015 Richard E. Sherwood Award. The Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City is part of the ...

Verdi Chorus Will Present Fall Concert

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Verdi Chorus will present its “Distant Lands” fall concert in honor of Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s retirement after 40 years of service to Southern...

MOVIE REVIEW: ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY

So what happens when you take a beloved 32 page book published in 1972 about a boy named Alexander who is obsessed with all things Down Under and bring it into modern day and expand those 32 pages...

MOVIE REVIEW: Big Hero 6

With BIG HERO 6, Walt Disney Animation Studios once again proves why they are heroes to generations and legions of fans the world over. Tapping into the recesses of the Marvel vaults, directors Don...

'Shake the Handshake,' Urges Kaiser

We're entering that time of year when holiday greetings are, unfortunately, often interspersed with a hearty "Achoo!" Leave it to Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center ("Kaiser") to come...

 
 
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