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Chamber Hosts Candidates Forum

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce will be holding an Open Candidate Forum on Friday, February 23 at 7:30 am at the Exceptional Children's Foundation - Kayne Eras Center, 5350 Machado Road. April 10 ...

Kindness Takes the Lead in Culver City

Culver City is making kindness a priority. “Living in a large urban center, it’s easy to forget that we’re all human beings,” said Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper. “In everybody’s everyday hustle and bustle and in the rush to get from...

Wacker Makes the Deans' List at Azusa Pacific University

Culver City resident and Azusa Pacific University student Amber Wacker made the academic Deans' List at APU. A Graphic Design Major, Wacker is honored for a fall semester 2017 academic standing of a...

L.A. Council President Wesson Endorses Albert Vera

Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, a longtime resident of Culver City who represented the area as the Speaker of the California State Assembly, has announced his endorsement of business...

JIM CLARKE HONORED BY FRIENDS OF THE SANDY SEGAL YOUTH HEALTH CENTER

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center will honor Councilman Jim Clarke at their annual fundraiser on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at a private venue in Marina Del Rey. For information on...

Council Candidate Forums Scheduled

It will be a busy week for candidate forums this week. The Culver crest Neighborhood association will present all four candidates or city council on Wednesday February 21 at 7 pm. The forum will...

Sydney Kamlager endorsed by Planned Parenthood Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES – Democratic Party candidate Sydney Kamlager today announced she has been endorsed by Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA). Ms. Kamlager said, "I'm very proud to be the only candidate ...

Time to Renew Your Business License

It's that time of year again! All businesses owned and/or operating in the City of Culver City must annually renew their Business Tax Certificate. If you are an existing business tax certificate...

Cedars-Sinai Expands Presence in Culver City

As Cedars-Sinai expands throughout the Westside they have opened a second facility in Culver City. This week was the opening of a new primary care office across from Sony Studios in the heart of...

Where Are The Lakers And Clippers Going?

Magic Johnson isn’t the kind of guy who’ll watch opportunities come around and sit idly. We all know from his playing days that competitive spirit is one of his greatest qualities. Now that...

Culver Boys Are League Champions

Culver City High boys basketball captured the 2018 Ocean League championship last Tuesday, February 6 when they defeated archrival Santa Monica High, 78-67, at Del Goodyear Gymnasium. It was the...

Will the trades Help or Hurt the Clippers and Lakers?

Professional athletes are traded all the time but when it happens most of the time it’s a shock to the players, families and fans. Unfortunately that is one of the things professional athletes...

With A Late Season Loss Culver Girls Must Share league Title

Recapturing the girls basketball Ocean League title was a bittersweet affair for Culver City High. The Centaurs were undefeated and in sole possession of first place before losing a tough road grind...

CIF First Round Winners

The Culver City High varsity girls water polo team used brilliant teamwork to win their first round of CIF southern section playoffs against Montebello on Tuesday February 13th. They had endured two...

*West is Best*

The tension is building dramatically, just like the NBA knows how to do it: A week before the deadline, on February 8th, the Clippers announced the Blake Griffin trade to the Pistons. Let’s be...

Here We Go. Genesis Golf To Begin

The tee times have now been set for the 2018 Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades. Defending tournament champion Dustin Johnson, tournament host Tiger Woods and two-time Riviera...

Kershaw To Start Eighth Dodger Opener

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has announced that Clayton Kershaw will be the team's opening day pitcher on March 29 when the Dodgers open their season against the Giants at Dodger Stadium. Kershaw,...

UCLA finished third in Pac-12 Preseason Baseball Poll.

Updated standings: Rank Team (1st place votes) Points 1. Oregon State (10) 100 2. Stanford (1) 89 3. UCLA 84 4. Arizona 68 5. California 56 6. Oregon 51 7. Washington 50 8. Arizona State 41 9. USC 31 ...

The Lakers Next Season: Perhaps Better: Perhaps Worse

Magic Johnson isn’t the kind of guy who’ll watch opportunities come around and sit idly. We all know from his playing days that competitive spirit is one of his greatest qualities. Now that...

Concerned About Drilling 30 New Oil Wells & Fracking Within Culver City Limits?

Dear editor, On Wednesday, February 21st the City of Culver City invites us all to come learn about its new proposed oil & gas regulations and their environmental impacts review (EIR). This is the...

The Farragut Parking Problem Isn't Getting Better

Residents of the 10700 block of Farragut Drive, who banded together to oppose efforts to lift the Permit only parking restrictions to facilitate easy parking for the adjacent businesses refer to...

Exciting Program Planned For CC Symphony Orchestra

Following its much applauded concert at First Presbyterian Church, Santa Monica, the orchestra returns to home-base, Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230. The...

Former Culver Businessman Chester Ray Webb Passes at 95

On Feb 1, 2018 Chester Ray Webb peacefully passed away at Wasilla Primrose Retirement Home, at the age of 95. Chester was born in Rimbey, Alberta, Canada where he met and fell in love with Ada Zutter ...

Culver Resident Hachigian Dies at 90

Gabriel Hachigian, 90, died February 3, 2018, at his home in Culver City. Born in Chicago on August 23, 1927, Gabriel attended Crane Technical High School where he graduated with distinction. He entered the U.S Army in 1946 and was honorably...

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