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Services Planed for Mark Crawford

The Culver City Public Works Department announced the passing of Mark Crawford, Facilities Maintenance Worker. Mark had been dealing with various medical issues over the past several weeks and he...

Tito's & Tito's Event a Huge Success

Tito's Tacos and Tito's Handmade Vodka made a big splash last Thursday with a combined celebration at Tito's restaurant on Washington Place. It is estimated that there were approximately 650 people...

Woman's Club Schedules "Funtastic" Benefit

The Culver City Woman's Club is planning a "Funtastic" evening of Music, Fun, Dancing and Food, with all proceeds to benefit the Bob Hope USO at LAX in their new location in the airport's Theme Building, and Fisher House, an organization that...

Free Carnival to Mark Disability Awareness Month

A free carnival and resource fair to mark Culver City’s annual Disability Awareness Month will be held Sunday, Oct. 21, from noon to 3:30 p.m. at the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Ave. Though the event is free to everyone, an RSVP is...

Food for the Hungry and Homeless

Paul Ehrlich has issued his weekly reminder for this Saturday, “Caring for the hungry and homeless.” “Your generosity is so appreciated," Ehrlich tells his readers. "We are so grateful for the lunches, blankets, and women’s sanitary items...

An evening with Eric Idle at the Robert Frost Auditorium

One of the first things I noticed as I approached the Robert Frost Auditorium was the sense of anticipation. It felt as though those of us were in the audience were getting ready to hear the band that defined our youth play. For some, it might have...

American Legion to Open Doors

The local branch of the American Legion will hold a fun-filled evening Oct. 26 from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. at its headquarters, 5309 So. Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City. The Post will open its doors for everyone to join an evening of live music....

Chamber of Commerce Votes to Support Measure K

The directors of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce have decided to support Measure K, the proposal on the Nov. 6 ballot that would add a new $189-parcel tax on each Culver homeowner and property...

Shooting Near Culver Post Office

Last Thursday at about 4 PM, a group of four to five men had a confrontation near the intersection of Jefferson Blvd. and Machado Rd next to the Jefferson Post Office. The subjects ran into a nearby...

Culver Bolts Over El Segundo

When lightning strikes, even the football gods listen. Culver City High's 2018-19 Homecoming Game and Senior Night was ushered away early by lightning storms in the area on Friday, Oct. 12. The...

Lakers, Clippers Ready to Launch

Both teams are looking for improvement from last year. If the Clippers can stay healthy, they will surprise a lot of people. They were 5-0 in the preseason although they played overseas teams like...

Culver Bolts Over El Segundo

When lightning strikes, even the football gods listen. Culver City High’s 2018-19 Homecoming Game and Senior Night was ushered away early by lightning storms in the area on Friday, Oct. 12. The...

Chargers Whip Brown in Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns were unbeaten at home in 2018 heading into Sunday’s game with the Los Angeles Chargers. The Browns were 2-0-1 at home and looking like a team that could become a factor in the AFC Central race. They were coming off an...

Rams Remain Undefeated

Last season running back Todd Gurley was the 2017 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, leading the league with 19 touchdowns and the Los Angeles Rams to an 11-5 record. In July, he signed a $60 million...

No Good Reason to Pass Sales-Tax Increase

Can I ask, “With all those millions the developers are spending on construction projects here in Culver City, why do we need to raise taxes?” You don’t need 20/20 vision to imagine City staff...

Kudos to Paper for Coverage of Measure K

Kudos to the Observer for publishing a range of citizen letters in support of Measure K on Oct. 4. This demonstrates the Observer’s balanced approach to the ballot issue despite its columnists’ recommendations to vote against K. I would like to...

Stop Runaway Taxes

Dear Editor, In the season of the “Op Ed”, I thought I should join in. When I moved from Venice to Culver City, in 1990, it was for good schools (we heard through people with children-no internet...

Big Names Headline CC Symphony Opening Concert

The program will include the following; Johann Sebastian Bach, Keyboard Concerto, d minor, BWV 1052; Wolfgang Mozart, Piano Concerto, C Major; and Felix Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 3,“Scottish”(1841-42). On April 8, 1789, Mozart, accompanied by...

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Permanente West Los Angeles, in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, are encouraging community members to participate in our 16th "National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day" on Saturday,...

Services Planed for Mark Crawford

The Culver City Public Works Department announced the passing of Mark Crawford, Facilities Maintenance Worker. Mark had been dealing with various medical issues over the past several weeks and he passed away early Sunday morning. Mark’s...

Limits on Flags at Home Raise Legal Issues

DEAR DAVE: I live in Orange County but read your newspaper on the internet. I put a large American flag on my front-lawn earlier this month to mark Columbus Day but was soon issued a citation from...

Realty Roundup

A combination of high home prices and eroding affordability is expected to cut into housing demand and contribute to a weaker housing market in 2019, and 2018 home sales will end this year by registering lower for the first time in four years,...

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