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Dodgers Announce 2018 Preliminary Schedule

The Los Angeles Dodgers will open the 2018 season against the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, March 29 and host home games during nearly every summer holiday next season, ary schedule. The league...

 

Lakers To Retire Both Of Kobe's Uniforms

Are the Dodgers great like they’ve been most of this season? Or are they the struggling team they’ve been lately? Can they regain their swagger or will they have an awful lot to explain to their...

 

The Actors' Gang Theater Announces 2017-2018 Season of Thugs, Outcasts and Heavenly Myths

This season pass provides patrons with access to all five shows at a discount rate of up to 51%, fully flexible date options, 30% discount for five single tickets., the ability to purchase the best se...

 

UCLA Basketball 'Hoops for Youth'Launches 2017-18 Season

The innovative “Hoops for Youth” program, which enables underprivileged children to attend UCLA men’s and women’s basketball games at historic Pauley Pavilion is seeking donations for the 2017-18 season. The program is chaired by UCLA...

 

The Great Dodgers Or the Collapsing Dodgers? We'll know Soon

Are the Dodgers great like they've been most of this season? Or are they the struggling team they've been lately? Can they regain their swagger or will they have an awful lot to explain to their...

 

UCLA Football takes on Memphis on the Road Saturday

The 2-0 UCLA football team travels to the state of Tennessee Saturday to take on the Memphis Tigers at 9 a.m. on ESPN2 or Channel 7. If the Bruins’ offense continues to play at a high level UCLA...

 

After a Slow Start Culver Football Romps

The trap was set at Torrance High's Zamperini Stadium last Friday against a very lethal Culver City High football team. The opening chess-like strategy worked for much of the first half as the...

 

Chargers Come Close But Lose Their Opening Game

Monday Night Football the Los Angeles Chargers made the annual trip to Denver to open up the regular season. And for the fourth straight season came out on the losing end, 24-21, before a sellout...

 

USC football To Battle Texas At The Coliseum Saturday

Two of the greatest college football programs in the nation will be on the field Saturday when the USC Trojans take on the Texas Longhorns at 5:30 p.m. at the Coliseum. Although the Longhorns have...

 

Rams Rout Colts; Coach McVay Is Praised

Over 50,000 loyal Los Angeles Ram fans got a sneak preview of their team's potential on Sunday, September 10, in the L.A. Coliseum. The completely reformatted and inspired Rams decimated the hapless...

 

Sparks Start Playoffs with a Win Over Phoenix

The Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA took a step in the right direction last Tuesday night at Staples Center when they beat the Phoenix Mercury in the first game of the WNBA semifinals. The final score...

 

Columnist Suggests Pickle Juice For Leg Cramps

I am just sick and more than a little angry when I found out Ole Miss imposed a bowl ban for 2017 on herself. Just because the Rebels might be facing more penalties when the NCAA says their program...

 

Festivities Wrap up Centennial Celebration

Birthday Party in the Park The final week of Culver City’s yearlong birthday party has arrived as the city turns 100 years old. Beginning Saturday September 16, the Centennial Committee is holding a Birthday Party in the Park from 11 am until 3...

 

New, Inexperienced Teachers Come To Culver Schools

Contributing Columnist In 2014-15 our district hired so many new teachers that almost one in five teachers (18.3%) in our district were first and second year teachers with very little or no real classroom experience. The State’s Education Dept....

 

May You Live To Be 100!

Congratulations to cities and people who are 100. In the UK, the Queen sends a greeting card to everyone on their 100th birthday. It's a silver cup in Japan; royal greetings in Sweden; a President's...

 

Walk With A Doc Saturday

This Month’s Walk Begins at Culver City Park at Jefferson And Duquesne this Saturday September 16 at 8:45 am. Dr. Carpenter will speak On ‘Curing Cancer 2017.’ park next to the boneyard dog park and continue up the ramp to Bill Botts little...

 

Thank you to our Culver City friends who attended my husband's Memorial at UCLA on 8/19/17.

I am also grateful for your cards. During the Memorial I announced that Jim’s request was in lieu of flowers he would prefer donations toward the track fund at UCLA. During my speech I asked wouldn’t it be better to have the donations going...

 

Hurricane Relief

The Exchange Club of Culver City Will Be Hosting a Beer and Wine Garden at the Culver City Centennial Celebration in Veteran’s Park at 4117 Overland Avenue. 100% of Profits Will Go toward Storm Relief and Recovery Following Hurricanes Harvey and...

 

"Big Night" Opens At The Kirk Douglas Theatre On September 16

The world premiere of Paul Rudnick’s new play “Big Night” opens Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie (“Chicago” and “Bright Star”),...

 

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