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Dodgers Were Good, Astros Were Better

Since most of us live here there was a lot of support for the Dodgers to win their first World Series since 1988. But it didn't work out that way when the Houston Astros became World Series champions...

 

Commissioner Albert Vera Launches 2018 Campaign for Culver City Council

Business owner, commissioner and lifelong Culver City resident Albert Vera, announced plans today to seek election to a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2018 election. Vera, whose father...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 2, 2017

Many Mistakes Contribute To Chargers' Loss

If the NFL gave out participation awards the Los Angeles Chargers would be weekly winners. In the last 26 games the Chargers have played, 22 of them have been decided by eight points or less, with 15...

 

Marcus Tiggs Announces Candidacy For City Council

Citing love for his hometown, Marcus Tiggs announces his candidacy for Culver City Council in the election to be held in April 2018. A retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and combat veteran, Tiggs detaile...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 2, 2017

Urgent! Do You Want 30 new toxic oil wells & fracking in Culver City?

Monday night, November 6th, the Culver City Council will decide if they want to allow further discussion and comment on 1000+ pages of a Specific Plan showing where they will allow oil wells to be...

 

Altars and All About Dia de Los Muertos

by Keira Mohammed Kid Scoop Media Correspondent Age 11, CCMS student Dia de Los Muertos is a day to celebrate the dead and a time for the spirits to come and rejoin the living. On my first Kid Scoop...

 

Culver Wins Again But Star Quarterback Is Injured

The Centaurs of Culver City High blitzed archrival Santa Monica High, 42-0, for their second consecutive Ocean League football shutout on Friday, October 27, at Corsair Field, Santa Monica College....

 

Lakers, Clippers Are Where We Thought They Would Be

The season is still early but the early returns looked familiar for the Clippers and Lakers. This season the teams looked like the same teams as last year. The Clippers are a good team but not a...

 

USC Earns It's Highest Preseason Ranking

The USC men's basketball team was ranked No. 10 in the Associated Press preseason poll today (Nov. 1). It marks the highest preseason ranking for the Trojan men's basketball team since the 1974-75...

 

Amazon Studios Will Move to Iconic Culver Studios

Amazon has announced plans to move into The Culver Studios, one of the most iconic television and movie studios located in Culver City. Amazon Studios, IMDb, Amazon Video and World Wide Advertising...

 

Public Invited to CCUSD Workshop

The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education will be holding a special workshop at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 7 at the CCUSD District Boardroom to discuss air conditioning projects...

 

Robert Creighton Plays Cagney And Excels

Actor Robert Creighton was born to play the part in a staged musical about the life of James Cagney, and that's just what he's doing at the El Portal Theatre in NoHo. Not only is Creighton acting,...

 

Sunshine and Good News

I decided to spend my birthday soaking in good news. Sunshine and laughter: a lovely way to spend one's birthday. * In Quebec, a six-year-old autistic boy was so super-sensitive it hurt to have his ha...

 

Dodgers Lose Craziest Game: Now What Happens?

Eight home runs. Both teams having a lead in extra innings. The Dodgers lose as their streak of going 98-0 when they lead after innings ends. Yes, they’re calling Wednesday night’s action at...

 

Make Culver City Ferret Friendly

I am a resident of Culver City and founder of Angel City Ferret Club. This past week we have requested Culver City City Council to become a Ferret Friendly City; publicly supporting the legalization effort here in California. Since 1988 ferret enthus...

 

The Focus Honoree Will Be Karen Bass

The Los Angeles Focus 20th Annual First Ladies High Tea will take place on Saturday November 11 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, 9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills. Our Congresswoman the Honorable Karen...

 

Beverly Bebb Passes

Beverly Bebb, a resident of Roseville, CA, passed away after a long and valiant fight against ovarian cancer. She was a wife, mother, grandmother to seven great-grandmother to 3, sister, aunt, niece...

 

An Afternoon with Vaccine Pioneers

Since the beginning of time we have gone over hurdles and hurdles of different diseases. Today, many of those hurdles have already been jumped. Two of these hurdles were Measles and HIV/AIDS. Today I...

 

Fisch Launches Campaign for City Council

Public servant, neighborhood leader and Chair of the Culver City Committee on Homelessness Alex Fisch has officially launched his campaign for Culver City Council. "In the 13 years my wife and I have...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 2, 2017

WHAT KIDS LEARN, NOT BASED ON WHAT TEACHERS EARN

While watching a video of one of last month’s School Board meeting, online, something happened that set me back. At the one-hour, seven-minute mark David Mielke, the Teachers Union president, was th...

 

Health Inspectors Comb Westfield Culver City Food Court

Health Inspectors Comb Westfield Culver City Food Court Inspectors for the Environmental Health section of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health inspected the food court including food vendors at Westfield Culver City this week after a...

 

Final Call For Content In TIme Capsule

The Culver City Centennial Celebration is coming to an end. We celebrated the 100th birthday closing ceremonies with A Birthday Party in the Park held at Veterans Park, Incorporation Day held at City...

 

Culver City Centaurs Crush Beverly Hills High

Culver City High beat Beverly Hills High football team by a score of 49-0. It was the third shutout in a row for Culver City, increasing their record to 9-1 this year. For the full story read Fred...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 2, 2017

Halfway Through The Season Chargers Retain Hope

The Los Angeles Chargers have reached the halfway point of their schedule for the 2017 season. Their first half record of 3-5 is disappointing but a three-game winning streak did give Charger fans hop...

 

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