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Mitch Chortkoff Remembered

My friend, my coworker, my editor Mitch Chortkoff lost his battle with diabetes and related illnesses this week. He was 78. Mitch was a renowned sports writer in Los Angeles for 50 years. His...

More Birds Flocking to Town

By David W. Myers Managing Editor Love them or hate them, more Birds are arriving in Culver City. By a unanimous 5-0 vote, the Culver Council has agreed to allow Bird, the motorized-scooter firm...

Culver Emblem Club to Hold Parking Lot Sale

The Culver City Emblem Club will hold its annual fundraising parking lot sale on Sunday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Culver’s Elks Lodge, 11160 Washington Place. Hundreds of new and gently used items will be available. All proceeds will be...

Culver's Castro Gets Degree from Alabama

Culver City's Emma Castro has earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Commerce Business Administration from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The CBA program teaches students about several...

Governor Reappoints Wright to Medical Board

Jamie Wright, 34, of Culver City, has been reappointed to the Medical Board of California, where she has served since 2013. Wright has been a senior counsel at Tyson and Mendes since 2018. She was...

Local Residents and Police to Meet

A Culver City-based nonprofit group will co-sponsor a meeting on Thursday, July 26, for residents of Culver and other parts of the Westside to meet with local law-enforcement officials to discuss their various security concerns and strengthen their...

MORE TAXES?

Acknowledging its massive municipal deficit to fund city employee pensions, the Culver City Council this week unanimously agreed to declare a "fiscal emergency" and pushed forward with its plans to ask local voters to approve another one-quarter...

Centaurs Look Foward to Home Opener

Culver High's head football coach, Jamal Wright, decided to place his team into one last passing tournament this summer. And based on the way the team played, the regular season that begins at the...

LA Football Club Ends with Draw Against Portland

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter The Los Angeles Football Club has yet to lose at home in its inaugural MLS season. Thanks to goalkeeper Tyler Miller and a focused transition defense LAFC fought visiting Portland Timbers to a 0-0 draw on a hot...

Sparks Need Wins to Stay Close to the Top of the WNBA

The Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association have 11 games left in the regular season and all of the games are extremely important. With four games separating the top eight...

Parcel Tax Measure Is A Board Bailout

Parcel Tax Measure Is A Board Bailout The financial health of most California school districts has improved remarkably over the past six years. Last year, budgetary uncertainties forced 41 local educational agencies (LEAs) to declare that they may...

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, It is often customary, when writing a critique of an elected representative, to espouse one’s own political affiliation – to perhaps tout the fact that I’ve been an active member of the Democratic Party for close to 15 years....

Lucky's Has Arrived

Proving that women mayors "just wanna have fun" too, Jozelle Smith and Meghan Sahli-Wells attend the sneak preview reception of the soon-to-open Lucky's, formerly Dear John's,...

Memorial Planned for Barry Rose

A memorial will be held to honor Barry Rose on Saturday July 21 from 1pm until 6pm at the Tattle Tale Room. Rose, a US Navy veteran died last week. The memorial will include drinks at 1/2 price and a...

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