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Now It's UCLA's Turn Against Stanford

The UCLA Bruins football team will try to do what USC failed to accomplish last week, beat Stanford. Stanford, rated in the top 10 nationally, is the defending Pac-12 and Rose Bowl champion. They...

 

Centaurs Entertain Dorsey in Historic Matchup This Friday

Centaurs Entertain Dorsey in Historic Matchup Although Dorsey High School is only a few blocks east of Culver City the two teams have never met on the gridiron. After more than 60 years this 2016...

 

Culver High Wins Third Consecutive Game

The 2016 Culver City High football team won their third consecutive game of the season as they went on the road to beat University High, 35-7, on Friday night, September 23. Quarterback Jonathan...

 

Rams Outlast Buccaneers and Lightning to Win 37-32

It boiled down to the last play of the game but the defense prevailed in the red zone as the Los Angeles Rams came away with a much-deserved 37-32 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday,...

 

Alzheimers Community Forum Coming To Culver City

Our risk for memory loss increases as we age. What can we do now to keep our brains healthy? Are there foods that we can eat that will help our memory? What do we do if we see signs of memory loss? These questions and more will be answered at a free...

 

West LA's Premier Women's Cancer 5K Welcomes Culver City Author

Culver City kids will have a chance to meet their favorite local author, Tami Fitzkoff, at the 15TH Annual Kickin’ Cancer!® 5K Run / Walk / Stroll on October 2 at 11620 San Vicente Blvd. It’s the Lynne Cohen Foundation’s flagship event to end...

 

Kaiser Permanente West LA To Host Free Teen Pregnancy Prevention Seminar

KP West LA continues its commitment to educating teens and their parents about pregnancy consequences and prevention, birth control options, and sexually-transmitted diseases with its Teen Pregnancy Prevention Seminar on Oct. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 1...

 

Columnist Has His Eyes On Las Vegas

For those of you who didn’t have their accounts depleted at Wells Fargo Bank by very nasty bank employees doing mean things, why not celebrate by taking that very special person to Las Vegas? Ever...

 

The Vin Scully I Got to Know

If you’ve read this column over the years you probably know I traveled with the Lakers for a long time and got to know Chick Hearn very well. We frequently sat together on plane rides and I had the...

 

Paint the yellow brick road at downtown block party

Follow the yellow brick road in the Culver City downtown block party's family fun zone, Saturday. Sept. 24, 12:30 pm to 4 p.m., where guests will paint bricks on the famous street from the Wizard of Oz, experience a 3-D Emerald City photo exhibit,...

 

Culver Centennial History Book Makes History

The first 100 years met with raves at the opening book signing at Westfield Culver City on the City’s 99th anniversary on September 20, 2016. Record crowds stood in line waiting to purchase the book and have Julie personally sign them for those in...

 

Culver City High Graduate Joins Colgate Class of 2020

Culver City High graduate Abel Lezcano is a member of the Colgate University Class of 2020. Of the 8,394 applications to Colgate last year, just 28.7 percent were accepted. The average high school GPA for accepted students was 3.8 out of 4.0....

 

Lin Howe Reigns Victorious at the Southern California Gala Chess Tournament

Nine years after winning its first Grand Match Gala chess tournament, Linwood Howe Elementary reclaimed its title this year with a first place finish in the 2016 Grand Match Gala, held on June 25 at USC. The team will be receiving college...

 

Can Your Dreams Lie in Garbage?

Garbage is nothing, right? No value, by definition. Wrong! Let your imagination go swimming: What if garbage had the power to inspire dreams? Garbage is worthless, meaningless. Ah, but we're spoiled,...

 

NBA Basketball Returns Monday

The 2016-’17 National Basketball Association season begins Monday, when the Lakers, Clippers and all other teams will have their annual media day. On Tuesday all teams will begin practice. The Lakers will be at UC Santa Barbara and the Clippers at...

 

Culver Rolls To Another Football Win

A full harvest moon arose from the southern hills and smiled upon the 2016 Culver City High football team as it cruised to a second consecutive victory at home over a South Bay opponent. The Centurs...

 

Rams Thank Fans For Support In Defeating Seahawks

It was a bold new day rising in the City of Angels as the Los Angeles Rams stunned the Seattle Seahawks, 9-3, in their official Southern California return debut after having spent the past 21 seasons...

 

CULVER CITY'S 100 YEARS

Culver City is turning 100 next year and will begin the yearlong celebration this Saturday with a parade, opening ceremonies and a neighborhood-wide, interactive celebration of creativity, community and cuisine. It will be put on by the Downtown...

 

2016 Culver City High Football Schedule / Results Thru September 29

. . . . . . . . . . Results: Game 1 - West Torrance 34 - Culver City 33 (Loss) Game 2 - Culver City 49 - Torrance 14 (Win) Game 3 - Culver City 37 - North Torrance 14 (Win) Game 4 - Culver City 35 -...

 

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