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Steven Rose To Present Family History

After three decades Steven Rose is retiring as President/CEO of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce. What will he do with his free time? At the next General Meeting Steve will detail his plans to...

Call For Content In TIme Capsule

The Culver City Centennial Celebration is coming to an end. We celebrated the 100th birthday closing ceremonies with A Birthday Party in the Park held at Veterans Park, Incorporation Day held at City ...

Woman's Club Plans Tea

The Culver City Woman's Club is planning a Membership Tea to be held on Tuesday, October 31 at 2 pm for women who are interested in possibly joining this social and philanthropic group that supports a number of local charitable organizations. The...

An Afternoon with Vaccine Pioneers

Since the beginning of time we have gone over hurdles and hurdles of different diseases. Today, many of those hurdles have already been jumped. Two of these hurdles were Measles and HIV/AIDS. Today I ...

Lawndale Hands Culver Its First Loss

Friday the 13th lived up to its unlucky reputation as Culver City High lost 33-14 to visiting Lawndale High in front of a capacity home-crowd at Jerry Chabola Stadium. The mid-October battle between...

Rams Suffer Tough Loss

Shooting yourself in the foot five times is a surefire way of losing in the NFL. That's exactly what the Los Angeles Rams did in losing 16-10 to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, October 8 at the...

Unbeaten Culver Rolls over El Segundo

Culver City High football successfully began the 2017 Ocean League season with a 46-27 win at El Segundo High on Friday night, October 6, before a near-capacity crowd at intimate Hazeltine Field. The ...

Drop The Puck! Anyone For Hockey Season?

The 2017-2018 NHL season is set to begin. Can the Pittsburgh Penguins win a third straight Stanley Cup? Can the Los Angeles Kings actually secure a playoff spot? Will the San Jose Sharks be deep...

Chargers End Long Losing Streak

In a battle of two winless teams, a game that some billed as the crummy game of the week, the Los Angeles Chargers ended their nine-game regular season losing streak in an exciting and typically...

Tennis Program Comes To Culver City

I would like to share some information regarding our new tennis program here in Culver City. As a resident of Culver City with four children in the school district I looked into the middle school for what they offered for tennis. At the time,...

What Should We Expect From The Lakers?

I went to Staples Center Tuesday night. It was just an exhibition game but I wanted to see how much improvement the Lakers have made since Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka took over the difficult task...

Another Win Gives Rams A 4-2 Record

The Los Angeles Rams took another solid step forward under Head Coach Sean McVay. For the first time since the 2006 NFL season the 4-2 Rams have a winning record six games into the season after...

Kicker Nick Novak Helps Chargers Win Again

Back in early January of this year Nick Novak kicked a 50-yard field goal to give the Houston Texans an early 3-0 lead over the Oakland Raiders, a lead that the Texans would never relinquish on the way to a 27-14 playoff win over the Raiders. The...

Where Is Respect for Life?

When the great Russian ballet dancer Ivan Nagy was asked if ballet dancing were as easy as he made it look, he confessed, "It hurts. It hurts," with a suffering smile and begging eyes. "It hurts."...

Council Delays Cherness Vote For A Year

Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse the City Council’s pitcher threw a spitter high and outside. Most of us who knew his Honor Judge Harold Cherness to be honest, fair and just; a person...

Make Culver City Ferret Friendly

I am a resident of Culver City and founder of Angel City Ferret Club. This past week we have requested Culver City City Council to become a Ferret Friendly City; publicly supporting the legalization effort here in California. Since 1988 ferret...

Culver City Symphony Orchestra Season Begins November 5

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra opens its 2017-18 Season with a concert, Orchestra on the Move, Sunday, November 5 at 2 pm. The orchestra travels outside of Culver City to First Presbyterian...

Services Planned For Vince Motyl

Vincent J Motyl passed away on September 13, 2017 following surgery at Cedar Sinai Hospital. He is preceded by the death of his wife of 50 Years, Linda Motyl. He is survived by his children, Debbi...

Services Planned For Gilbert Miller

Gilbert Monroe Miller, a longtime Culver City resident, passed away in September at the age of 80. Born on Feb. 2, 1937 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, originally as Gilbert M. Brandt, he later changed his ...

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