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The Imaginary Invalid Comes To Kentwood

Kentwood Players proudly presents THE IMAGINARY INVALID by Molière, an outrageous satire of medicine and its practitioners, opening Friday, January 13 through Saturday, February 18, 2017 on Fridays...

 

Rams Donald and Hekker Earn Repeat Pro Bowl Bids

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and punter Johnny HekkerJOHNNY were named to the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl, the team announced today. Both Donald and Hekker are each making...

 

Bernard Hopkins Loses Final Fight TKO at The Forum

Bernard Hopkins, 51, the future hall-of-fame boxer with an illustrious professional career spanning four decades left the ring for the very last time in spectacular fashion. Unfortunately on Saturday...

 

Culver Womens Club Presents Stuffed Bears for Children

At a recent meeting the members of the Culver City Woman's Club presented 50 stuffed bears, which they made during a year-long project using donated materials, to the Department of Children and...

 

Dodgers Don't Let Luxury Tax Ruin Their Plans

A couple of years ago the new owners of the Dodgers spent $300 million on their roster, the highest amount in the history of baseball. The Dodgers didn’t get into the World Series and they didn’t...

 

Classroom Audio Fundraiser Aims to Ensure Students Can Hear

Parents at Culver City Middle School are holding an end-of-year fundraising drive to purchase audio systems to improve the learning environment in every classroom on campus. When CCMS teachers were...

 

Could Some Inmates Be Innocent?

Recently I had some spare time so I looked through my filing cabinet containing some issues of the Culver City News as well as the Culver City Observer from 2006. From March 2, 2006, Scott Malsin was...

 

Tim Crouch Joins Cast For Douglas Play

Playwright, actor and director Tim Crouch will join the cast of the American premiere of "Adler & Gibb," a co-commission by Center Theatre Group with the Royal Court Theatre in London. Written and...

 

Culver City Moves To Ban Styrofoam

The Culver City Council voted 5-0 to direct city staff to prepare an ordinance banning single-use polystyrene containers, also known as Styrofoam and other utensils at local restaurants. Polystyrene...

 

Paul Goldstein to Lead Culver City Chamber

Paul Goldstein, General Manager of Hillside Memorial Park, was selected to be the Culver City Chamber of Commerce's Chair of the Board for 2017. Goldstein as General Manager of Hillside heads one of t...

 

Help Camp Coming to Culver City

The Help Group’s winter camp provides a safe and enriching atmosphere for children, teens, and young adults with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. The four unique day camps, which will run in Sherman Oaks and Culver City from...

 

Cheating On America's Soul

Should cheating be a menu option? "Burgers, fries - and our special today is cheating". Can you imagine? No? Then what's happening in this country? It's shocking that what is shocking is no longer...

 

Culver City High Teams With Google And iLuminate For Student-Coded Dance Performance

Culver City High's AVPA Dance Program performed on one of the world's most exclusive stages last Friday Night: Google Venice Beach. But they didn't do it alone. The school's Girls Who Code club did...

 

NHL Is Taking Concussions More Seriously

In all fairness, I should begin by admitting that one of the reasons I’ve been a hockey fan for so many years is because it’s a serious contact sport and it moves fast, waiting for no one....

 

USC, UCLA Women (And Men) Excelling In Basketball

Don't look now but the USC and UCLA women's basketball teams are duplicating what the men's teams are doing. The UCLA men are 11-0 and ranked No. 2 in the nation and the USC men are 9-0 and ranked...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: A KIND OF MURDER

Long a fan of Patricia Highsmith's novels, it is always with much trepidation that I approach cinematic adaptations. Known for complexity, psychological intrigue, depth and richness to her works, tran...

 

Rams Fire Fisher, Look To The Future

'Fast and furious' news spread quickly from the Los Angeles Rams on Monday. "Obviously, a very difficult day here for the organization in relieving Jeff (Fisher) of his head coaching duties. It's not...

 

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