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"Chavez Ravine" Opens At Kirk Douglas Theatre

Powerhouse Latino theatre group Culture Clash's "Chavez Ravine: An L.A. Revival," opened Wednesday (February 4) at the Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Performances will run t...

 

Fire At Culver Hospital Forces Evacuation

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Fire broke out at Culver City’s Southern California Hospital on January 29, forcing a partial evacuation of the facility. According to the Culver City Police and...

 

Pacific Art Guild Meeting

The Pacific Art Guild will meet Wednesday, February 4 at 7 pm at the Community Room, Westchester Civic Center, 7166 W. Manchester Avenue. Guests are welcome The Guest demonstrator for February will be Tony Annecharico. His paintings blend color and...

 

Show Your Love....Groom Your Pet

The month of February is all about love. Whether you are waiting for Cupid to strike or have already met your match, we all want to look our best on Valentine's Day. And this should be no different...

 

Martin Beer Named To Dean's List

Martin Beer of Culver City excelled during the Fall 2014 semester, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the Dean's List at Hofstra University. Hofstra University is a nationally ranked...

 

Anyone For Baseball?

By fred Altieri Sports Reporter Welcome to spring training 2015 – Centaur style. Baseball has always been alive and well throughout the Westside and South Bay high school ballparks and practice...

 

The Heart Of Culver City Grew Three Sizes

2014 ended with an outpouring of generosity from the Culver City Community. The CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program which sends food home on the weekends for families of Culver City public school students benefitted from an incredible bounty of public...

 

Westside Neighborhood School Announces February 25 Speakers

Following the success of their most recent speaker series featuring Dr. Wendy Mogel, Westside Neighborhood School announces their next speaker series event, featuring Marty Nislick and Dr. Cara Natterson on February 25 beginning at 7 pm. Marty and...

 

Republicans to Meet

The Republican Party 54th Assembly District Central Committee, which covers Culver City will meet on February 10 at Lenny's Deli, 2379 Westwood Blvd. in West Los Angeles from 7:30 pm to 9. Guests are...

 

DODGERS ANNOUNCE 2015 BROADCAST TEAMS

The Dodgers today announced their 2015 broadcast teams. Hall of Famer Vin Scully will return on SportsNet LA and Dodgers Radio AM570 KLAC while Charley Steiner joins Rick Monday on AM570 KLAC and...

 

Culver's Camille Cosato Advances In Spelling Bee Competition

Camille Cosato stood tall and confidently spelled the word P-R-E-V-I-O-U-S to take home the 10th Annual Culver City Unified School District Spelling Bee title on February 2 at Linwood E. Howe Elementa...

 

Pete Carroll's Not So Super Decision

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor A year ago Pete Carroll was a pro football hero. A coach who had been fired by NFL teams twice early in his career had come all the way back, following nine years of...

 

Some New Ideas For A New Year

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist Can it be true? The pensions for generals and admirals will be trimmed to ensure they make no more in retirement than they earned while in uniform. I guess the...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: Strange Magic

STRANGE MUSIC is music to my heart! Think an animated "Moulin Rouge!" that embraces the George Lucas ideals of dark & light, finding beauty and love in the darkest places, experiencing incredible...

 

Attack on Culver City Studio Cost Sony Millions

Sony Corporation on Wednesday released preliminary figures for damages from the massive hack on its computer systems last year. Sony pegs the loss at $15 million. The hack, which the FBI has blamed on North Korea, became public in December when the...

 

A Salute To B.J. Thomas

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter “Raindrops ‘were’ fallin’ on my head” at the Grammy Museum when B.J. Thomas took the stage to speak about his singing career in a special Q & A and...

 

Vice President Biden Visits West College

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter January 23 was a special day at West Los Angeles College as Vice President Joe Biden visited the campus, praised the dental hygiene department, and talked with...

 

A Peaceful Option for Pet's Final Journey

By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." ― Anatole France Anyone who has ever had a beloved pet will relate. Sadly, many can...

 

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