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Culver's Riordan Earns Centennial Celebration Honor

John Riordan of Riordan Plumbing has received a plaque by the Culver City Centennial Celebration Committee (CCCCC) at its monthly meeting in City Hall, to add to his dozens of community awards as the company approaches its 50th year of service to...

 

West LA College Has New Way to Serve Students

West Los Angeles College and the University of West Los Angeles (UWLA) signed a formal partnership agreement on Friday, September 18. WLAC is a community college offering paths to university...

 

Council Appoints Dr. Hoult Poet Laureate

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Dr. Janet Hoult is Culver City's Poet Laureate-for now. The appointment was made at the September 28 City Council meeting and fulfilled a wish by many people to...

 

How Long Will Laker Fans Accept This Rebuilding Plan?

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor At the start of another Laker season General Manager Mitch Kupchak told the media last week this would be a season of laying a foundation. “Every season the Lakers...

 

The First Annual CRA Legislator Recognition Mixer

Please join the South Los Angeles-Inglewood Republican Assembly for an afternoon of mingling, African American art, food and awards! This will be an historic event as California Republican Legislators...

 

Culver City Community Coalition Endorses Kelly Kent for School Board

The Culver City Community Coalition has endorsed Kelly Kent in her race for a seat on the Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) Board of Education. The Community Coalition invited all...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    October 1, 2015

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update

Community Development • Innovation Week (October 2-22, 2015) - Economic Development staff is collaborating with the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) to bring Innovation Week to...

 

CCEF helps CCHS Green Thumbs Renovate Garden

Last spring CCEF helped the Culver City High School Green Thumbs Club obtain a grant for $5,500 from the Richard B. Seigal Foundation. The grant made it possible for the Green Thumbs to put an...

 

Keep Our Students Moving Full STEAM Ahead

Have you noticed the Full STEAM Ahead! signs popping up in your neighborhood? They’re declaring support for the programs and equipment CCEF brings to our schools. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics and gives a...

 

You're Invited to SIP for Our Schools on October 17

Have fun while supporting CCUSD students at CCEF's annual SIP for Our Schools fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 7 pm until 10 pm. Guests will have the opportunity to taste fine wines or craft...

 

Oakland Police Make Controversial Move

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist For the first time a civilian will be joining the top echelons of the Oakland Police Department to help decide how internal affairs cases should be handled. The...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: 99 HOMES

As comes as no surprise, writer/director Ramin Bahrani breaks down the door of our collective moral compass with this cat and mouse thriller of corruption versus conscience - 99 HOMES. The very title...

 

Clippers Have More Talent, Need Good Chemistry

By Myke Williams Sports Rporter A lot of teams look good on paper but no team in the history of sports has ever won a championship just because they look good on paper. The Clippers need to prove that talent translates into wins and eventually...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 1, 2015

Improving Culver Wins Second Football Game

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter The 2015 season is still young but the Culver City High football team's 34-21 victory over University High on September 25 may have been the turning point as they...

 

The Mansionization Debate Rages On

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter The problem of extra-large houses being built on lots too small for them and too small in relation to other structures in the neighborhood-what has been dubbed...

 

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