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Party In The Park Returns

Fiesta La Ballona, Culver City’s “Party In The Park” will be held August 28-30 at Veterans Park. The popular Culver City event features live music, food trucks and a variety of food concessions, a beer and wine garden, carnival rides, artisan...

 

Culver Deploys Apps to Further Improve Accountability, Transparencey

The City of Culver City announces that it has partnered with Socrata (www.socrata.com), which provides cloud solutions for open data and data-driven government, to implement the Socrata Open Budget and Open Expenditures applications. These...

 

Marley's Ghost - Sneak Peek Show at Boulevard Music

Popular West Coast band Marley’s Ghost will play Boulevard Music in Culver City on Saturday, April 11 in celebration of the release of its forthcoming album, The Woodstock Sessions. The recording project was helmed by Grammy-winning producer Larry...

 

A Way to Confront the Economy

By Neil Rubenstein Observer columnist With the economy in such a sick condition you just might be looking for a career change. Perhaps you’re considering Business Management or some other related...

 

Dodgers Mourn The Passing Of Billy DeLury

Billy DeLury, a Dodger employee since 1950, passed away Saturday evening at the age of 81. “Billy's consistent dedication and outstanding character were both an inspiration in our front office as well as a daily reminder of our roots in...

 

Sensational Strumming Coming Up

Cali Rose and the CC Strummers will be among those performing at the Santa Monica Ukulele Festival, to be held on Saturday, April 18 from noon to 9 p.m. at Santa Monica High. For tickets, information and directions go to www.Santa...

 

West Basin Responds To Drought Emergency

“As you are aware, on April 1 California Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order requiring the State Water Resources Control Board to implement measures to cut the state’s overall water usage by 25%. As a water wholesaler serving 17...

 

I Like Wooden Best, But Krzyzewski Is Getting Close

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor John Wooden guided UCLA to 10 national championships and there’s a solid case that he’s the greatest coach in college basketball history. But if you’re a fan of...

 

Rollins' Homer Gives Dodgers Opening Day Win

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter Former Dodger Matt Kemp drove in all three of the Padres runs, but it was the former Philly, Jimmy Rollins, and his three-run blast in the eighth that would...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 9, 2015

Culver Golf Team Is On The Rise

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter For the greater part of the country the golf season unofficially begins in April with the Masters Golf Tournament in Georgia on the hallowed grounds of Augusta...

 

Republicans to Meet

The Republican Party County Central Committee 54th Assembly District Board meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month. This month's meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 14 at Lenny's Deli, 2379 Westwood...

 

Shoes For Homeless Sets Fundraiser

Culver City-based charity Shoes for the Homeless is holding its annual fundraiser at the Wende Museum on April 28....

 

Expo Begins Testing Trains

The Expo Light Rail Line extension from Culver City to Santa Monica is scheduled to start train testing activities the week of April 6 and continue for several months. Initially the trains will be pulled along the rail corridor, and then operated on...

 

Movie Review: The Longest Ride

Let's just get it out there now so there's no mistaking. Nicholas Sparks is Nicholas Sparks is Nicholas Sparks. You know what you're going to get (for the most part) when you pick up a Sparks novel or...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    April 9, 2015

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Truth or Fiction Sculpture by Nobuho Nagasawa - Truth or Fiction was completed in 1995 and is comprised of three free-standing, triangular pillars made of laminated glass...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    April 9, 2015

Controversy In Fox Hills

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Fox Hills may be up for a massive "revitalization" via a plan created by developers that would turn the area into a "hospitality and entertainment district." But...

 

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