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School District OKs Free or Low-Cost Meals for Students

The Culver City Unified School District has announced its guidelines for the thousands of local students who qualify for free or low-cost nutritious meals every school day under the National School...

 

Culver Home Prices Keep Rising

Home prices in Culver City and across some other parts of the Golden State keep rising, the California Association of Realtors reports, but sales are slowing as mortgage-rates rise and more potential homebuyers are knocked-out by those climbing...

 

Food for the Hungry and Homeless

Paul Ehrlich has issued his weekly reminder for this Saturday, “Caring for the hungry and homeless.” “Your generosity is so appreciated," Ehrlich tells his readers. "We are so grateful for the lunches, blankets, and women’s sanitary items...

 

Police to Host 'National Night Out' on Tuesday

The Culver City Police Department will host the local celebration of "National Night Out" on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Veterans Memorial Park from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The department and its sponsors will...

 

John Kay and Steppenwolf at the Saban

By Observer Staff Reporter John Kay and Steppenwolf, one of the architects of the hard-rock sound from the 1970's, make a rare appearance at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on September 10. In the...

 

Laker Girl Tryouts Attract 216 Hopefuls

Every July there is summer excitement brewing at the Toyota Sports Center, the Lakers headquarters and practice facility in El Segundo. No, it wasn't the news that Brandon Ingram, the second overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft, was practicing at the...

 

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