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Culver City's Boulevard Music Summer Festival Is Back

Summer breezes... an intimate courtyard... free parking... and great music. Escape to Culver City for the 2017 Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival. Boulevard Music presents six free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 6...

 

Chamber Chief Steve Rose to Retire

Steven J. Rose, President/CEO of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, announced his retirement at the chamber's June Board of Directors meeting this morning. Rose has served as president/CEO of the...

 

Cowboy Ribeye Served Up at George Petrelli Famous Steakhouse

Now why would you want Dad to slave over a hot grille in the backyard when you can treat him to the best steaks at an affordable price on Father’s Day. That’s right a Father’s Day at Petrelli’s is the choice of many for only $31.95 per person...

 
 By Chelsea Maynard    News    June 15, 2017

Reporter Learns A Lot From PRIDE

By Chelsea Maynard Kid Scoop Media Reporter Culver City High School This past weekend I attended the LA Pride Festival in West Hollywood. I was working as a kid reporter for KSM Kid Scoop Media. I...

 

Culver National Bank Chief John Newhouse Dies

John Newhouse, former President of Culver National Bank in Culver City died on Sunday after suffering a stroke two weeks ago. Newhouse and his father George Newhouse built Culver National Bank into a powerhouse for local businesses. They could help...

 

FBI Raids Culver Company Offices

According to the FBI they executed multiple sealed search warrants at several Sovereign Health locations on Tuesday, along with state and local officials The raids took place at the Culver City Offices on Bristol Parkway and the company’s headquart...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 15, 2017

Music: A Little Gem of A Concert by Culver City Symphony

That's what Frank Fetta promised. I agree. Last Saturday's concert by the Culver City Symphony glittered. The orchestra had three rehearsals during the week; I watched them turn a plain room with fold...

 

Rancher Rick Loses Battle With Cancer

Rancher Rick Hodges has died after a long battle with cancer. Rick and his wife Margie co-owned Tub's Chilli, a popular spot on Overland Avenue. Tubs and Rancher Rick were featured on Diners,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    June 15, 2017

Dear Editor

While Neil is mostly correct that Fox Hills Residents have been largely unrepresented on City Commissions; his comments that Fox Hills residents have "never" served on "any commission" is incorrect....

 

Durant Gets His Championship And Shouldn't Be Criticized

Kevin Durant played for the Oklahoma City Thunder from 2008 through 2016. He was recognized as one of the NBA’s best players but he was never on a championship team. As a free agent last summer he...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 15, 2017

Rams Hope To Be On The Receiving End Of More Wins In 2017

One of the main reasons Rams coach Sean McVay was hired a few months ago was because of his strong offensive background. As the offensive coordinator for the Washington Redskins he was in charge of...

 

Fiesta La Ballona Set For August 25-27

The Fiesta La Ballona Committee is still accepting sponsorships for this year's Fiesta La Ballona, Culver City's annual "Party in the Park", which will be held August 25-27 at Veterans Park located...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 15, 2017

Culver City High Athletics 2016-17

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter Graduating student athletes were honored last week at the 2016-17 Culver City High Senior Athlete of the Year Banquet. More than 50 seniors received the prestigious...

 

It's Official: Jerry West Is Going To The Clippers

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor What seemed very likely several weeks ago is now official. Jerry West is joining the Clippers. At 79, West still enjoys accurately evaluating players, a talent he's...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 15, 2017

MURDER FOR HIRE Culver City Man Accused of Hiring Drug Dealer to Murder Associate

The Los Angeles Times reported this week that Homeland Security investigators in New Orleans were listening to phone calls made by a suspected Los Angeles drug dealer last year when they heard the...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE

If you're a parent, or someone who's grown up from the elementary school aged to teen/tween years within the past 20 years, you've heard of CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS. Written and illustrated by Dav Pilkey...

 
 By Kristin Shields    News    June 15, 2017

Prison Arts Collective Visits the Wende Mu-seum

The Culver City based Wende Museum recently hosted the Prison Arts Collective for an evening of art and conversation byan incredible group of people. Annie Buckley: artist, teacher, and writer is the...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: SNATCHED

It's been far too long since Goldie Hawn graced the silver screen which, in and of itself, makes SNATCHED a welcome addition to this weekend's movie-going. But add the direction of Jonathan Levine and...

 

2017 LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL "MUST SEE FESTIVAL FILMS"

It's that time again! Time for the LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL. And what a festival 2017 should prove to be! Returning for the second year to its latest home base in the Heart of Screenland - Culver Cit...

 

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