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Culver City Seeing Decline in Covid-19 Cases

As of press time Wednesday, the number of local residents with Covid-19 rose to 330 cases, a 5% increase from last week's total of 313. Deaths related to Coronavirus increased to 29 in Culver City....

Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection and deaths, the County Health Department has...

Is COVID Worse than Gunfire?

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude A woman was shot and killed and four others sustained wounds after an unknown number of gunmen fired multiple rounds at a house party in the exclusive Beverly Crest neighborhood. The shooting occurred Tuesday...

California Prisons Empty

Over 17,000 California prisoners - 70% more than earlier estimate - could be released early due to COVID-19 Photo: File photo of inmates at San Quentin California state prison officials say as many...

Life at Costco has changed

. By Mary Leipziger Life has changed. Usually Sunday a parking space at Costco was golden- you had to walk to one edge of the lot to find one, but not any more. I found one in aisle A Getting into...

California Undercounts COVID-19

Health officials in multiple California counties say the electronic system used by most local health departments statewide to report data on infectious diseases is currently experiencing “serious” technical issues, resulting in coronavirus...

Gov't Overreach Strains City

Photos: 1. by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude On Wednesday, the City of Los Angeles and Santa Monica issued further emergency orders in apparent reaction to the infamous house party held Monday...

SMPD Enforces Mask

Santa Monica Police will commence "targeted enforcement" of face coverings in Santa Monica beginning this week, the City announced in a press release. "Save $100 and save your health by masking up," the tweeted on 8/5/20. The enforcement action...

Homeless Man with Knife Killed During Confrontation with Culver City Police

A knife-wielding homeless man was shot and killed during a confrontation with localpolice in a parking structure Monday afternoon, authorities said. During the confrontation, a Culver City police...

5 Candidates Seeking Seats on City Council, So Far

With filing deadline fast approaching, the Culver City municipal election has so far attracted 5 candidates vying for 3 seats on the City Council. The Council candidates who filed their papers before...

City Council to Place Real Property Transfer Tax Initiative on Nov. 3 Ballot

City Council held a special meeting this week to discuss whether to add an initiative to the November 3 ballot to increase the city's real property transfer tax (RETT) and shore up its financial...

City Council Okays Rates of Real Estate Transfer Tax Initiative

City Council this week approved the "fine-tuned" resolution to place an initiative on the November 3 ballot to increase the city's real property transfer tax (RETT) for sales above $1.5 million. The...

SMRR Coronation Goes Online

By Leonard “Guzz” Brophy IV Every two years in August, there is an event that designates who will be the leaders in Santa Monica—the Santa Monicans for Renters’ Rights Convention. Receiving an endorsement from this organization, commonly...

Rent Moratorium extended

The City of Santa Monica has extended its eviction moratorium to September 30 for residential tenants, and August 31 for "some" commercial tenants. The rent moratorium, which went into effect on...

Homeless Man Stabbed in Reed Park Thursday Morning

Photo: Det. Haro of the SMPD and other officers comb through Reed Park for evidence. Photo by David Ganezer Santa Monica police arrested one suspect, following the stabbing of an older homeless man...

SM Pier Reopens

By David Ganezer The Santa Monica Pier reopened on Wednesday. The 110 year old iconic wooden structure had been closed due to Covid19 since the lockdown began on March 19, 2020. Images on social...

Salter keeps the ball rolling at Culver City High School

Almost every successful organization is led by brilliant people at the top and a lot of times they are unsung heroes. They don't get a lot of credit but everyone in the organization knows who that...

Pac-12 announces revised 2020 football schedule

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pac-12 conference has announced a revised 2020 football schedule. The revision means that UCLA and USC will not play any non-conference games this season but will...

When will Justin Herbert become the starting quarterback?

When a quarterback is drafted as high as Justin Herbert was, it is always just a matter of time before the player becomes a starter. The Los Angeles Chargers picked Herbert with the 6th overall pick...

LOS ANGELES RAMS LAUNCH SCOUTING APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

The Los Angeles Rams are kicking off the inaugural Scouting Apprenticeship program for 10 deserving minority and female candidates to strengthen their pursuit of a career in scouting. The program...

DODGERS ACTIVATE LHP CLAYTON KERSHAW

The Los Angeles Dodgers have activated left-handed pitcher Clayton Kershaw from the injured list and have optioned right-handed pitcher Mitch White. Kershaw, 32, will make the start today after...

RANDom UFOs and What to Do About Them

By Mister Mystify Way back in 1968, a man named George Kocher from the RAND Corporation, a local institution that does good work but is the subject of various conspiracy theories worldwide, wrote a...

"Up All Night" A Provocative, Tale of Ted Turner and CNN'S Historic Birth

by Rachel Ganz Following a zoom conversation last week with author Lisa Napoli about her new book "Up All Night: Ted Turner, CNN and The Birth of 24-Hour News'' I immediately ordered my copy on...

The Princess and the Teakettle

by Sabine Ganezer Welcome to the wacky Kingdom of Sardinibikinislandia, where the multispecies royal family is ensnared in hot debate over whom the young princess Margretta will marry. This first...

County Takes Newbury Church to Court

Ventura County officials on Wednesday sued Newbury Park Pastor Rob McCoy and the chapel he heads to force compliance with public health orders intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The filing came a day after the Ventura County Board of...

Wuitusu Stores Subsidize Native Craftsmen in Venezuela and Columbia

Wuitusu is a local business that was born two years ago from the passion of immigrant Lisset Verde-Sungur. About 2 years ago, Lisset fell in love with a Wayuu hat and bag online. However, they were...

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