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Culver City to Host Covid Vaccination Clinic August 5

The City of Culver City will host a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Thursday, August 5, from 8 AM to 12 Noon at the Culver City Fire Station #1 at 9600 Culver Boulevard in Culver City. No appointment is required, The Culver City Fire...

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Female Jogger Chased, Attacked on Culver City Bike Path

A 17-year-old female jogger was chased and assaulted last week by a man on a Culver City bike path, police said. The assault happened about 10 a.m. on July 10 near National Boulevard and Wesley...

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Superintendent Search Down to 2 Finalists

The CCUSD Board of Education has narrowed the national search for a new superintendent to two finalists and will seek additional public's input as it prepares to select a candidate to replace Supt....

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Man Shot Dead at Mar Vista Gardens

A resident of Mar Vista Gardens was shot dead Wednesday night, authorities said. The shooting occurred about 10:40 p.m. at the housing project, located in the 5000 block of Marionwood Drive (near...

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Fiesta La Ballona Slated for Halloween Weekend

The 2021 Fiesta La Ballona will take place on Halloween weekend, Friday, October 29, through Sunday, October 31, the Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department announced this...

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Gov. Newsom Signs Historic Homeless Hiring Tax Credit

Governor Newsom has signed AB 150 – a budget trailer bill – which includes the groundbreaking California Homeless Hiring Tax Credit. State officials said the tax credit "simultaneously confronts...

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Ting launches next-generation fiber internet in Culver City

July Ting Internet, a division of Tucows announced that its highly sought after fiber internet service is now available in Culver City, California. Unlike traditional cable internet service, fiber...

Homeless 'Advocate' Busted for Allegedly Dealing Drugs in Venice

A man who describes himself as a homeless outreach advocate was arrested last Thursday on charges of selling drugs to the transients near the “Venice Bridge Home,” sheriff’s officials said. Garry Featherstone, 65, was charged with possession...

Red Cross Blood Drive Begins This Weekend

CULVER The nation's blood supply shortage has reached a critical point. The Red Cross is urging people to donate. There is an especially large demand for type O donations; the country has about a one-day supply of the highly needed blood type,...

Herrera Graduates with Bachelors Degree in Computer Science

Dante Herrera, of Culver City, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science during the 2021 Commencement Ceremonies of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, held on Sunday, May 16. Herrera is the child of William A. Herrera and Paula...

Cheryl Hoffman of Culver City Earns Graduate Degree at Adelphi University

Chery Cheryl Hoffman of Culver City, was among a group of more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students recently awarded degrees by Adelphi University, including those who completed degree requirements in December 2020 and May 2021. Hoffman...

LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT SECURES UNPRECEDENTED STATE BUDGET FUNDING TO SECURE FUTURE HIGHER EDUCATION IN CALIFORNIA

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) thanks Governor Gavin Newsom for signing the Higher Education trailer bill yesterday, which in conjunction with the main budget bill, delivers unprecedented resources for the state’s community...

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Bear Cub and Mom Splash Around in Backyard Pool

By Polly Hansen Two bears found some relief from the Southern California heat in a backyard pool in Glendale. A backyard pool provided a much-needed break from the Southern California heat for a...

New Crime Chief

Jenna Grigsby has been appointed as Chief of the Criminal Division of the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office, civic officials announced this week. Grigsby has served for more than 10 years as a Deputy City Attorney, including two stints as the...

Larry Elder to Be on Recall Ballot

By David Ganezer Conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder has won his fight to be on the September 14th recall ballot. The son of a restaurant owner, Elder has electrified Republicans with the possibility that they could defeat Gov. Gavin...

Santa Monica Library Director Patty Wong to Leave Post Sept. 4 She is moving to Bay Area to take on similar role with Santa Clara

Patty Wong, Director of Santa Monica Public Library, announced on Wednesday that she will leave her post on September 4 to take on a similar role for the City of Santa Clara. “Patty’s commitment to lifelong learning, inclusion, and redefining...

Local Briefs

Rat Birth Control for LA Los Angeles is on its way to becoming the nation’s “rattiest” city. Downtown LA in particular has a rat problem, centered on the homeless encampments located throughout the area. A new rat contraceptive is being...

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Montessori Teaching Languages

Santa Monica Montessori School is opening a bilingual program with a choice between Mandarin or Spanish. This program will be offered as a part of the Montessori curriculum in our early childhood...

David White Appointed City Manager

The Santa Monica City Council announced on Thursday that it has selected David White to serve as Santa Monica’s next city manager. White’s employment contract – including an October 11 start date and salary – will be considered at the July...

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SM Trump Supporter Arrested

(AP) The chairman of former President Donald Trump's 2017 inaugural committee was arrested Tuesday on charges alleging he secretly conspired to influence U.S. policy to benefit the United Arab...

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Newsom Approves Money for Studios

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill on Wednesday that provides an extra $330 million for the film and TV industry, and also carries a new incentive to promote diversity on sets. Newsom signed the bill at...

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Dodger and all-star closer Jansen fail to meet fans expectations with multiple losses

Is it good or bad that Dodgers fans have extremely high expectations of how their team and players perform on the field? Seemingly demanding perfection every game. On the one hand, they invest their...

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PVJOBS AMONG 56 NONPROFITS RECOGNIZED BY L.A. SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE AS "UNSUNG HEROES" IN LEAD UP TO SUPER BOWL LVI

In its journey to Super Bowl LVI, the Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee has selected PVJOBS as part of the official Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program – Champions Live Here. PVJOBS is among a total...

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LAFC soccer is fit to be tied

For the last few weeks, the Los Angeles Football Club has been all tied up. Last Saturday they played to a 2-2 tie against Vancouver and last Wednesday Minnesota tied LAFC in the last minute of...

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Pac-12 Media Day is full of optimism about the future

After a pandemic abbreviated 2020 football season that felt incomplete, Pac-12 football schools are ready to roar back into action and show the nation the strength of west coast college football....

LOS ANGELES Community College District Secure State Budget Funding To Secure Future Higher Education in California By Los Angeles Community College District

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) thanks Governor Gavin Newsom for signing the Higher Education trailer bill yesterday, which in conjunction with the main budget bill, delivers unprecedented resources for the state’s community...

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Kentwood Players Presents CASTLES IN THE ZOOM by John Mabey In Their Virtual Theater Series

During the past year's shutdown, Kentwood Players has been diligently working on significant repairs, renovations, and upgrades to the Westchester Playhouse. This work, along with new protocols,...

The Actor's Gang Showcasing Play About the Great Depression

The Actors’ Gang, a theater group based in Culver City, is now showcasing a new virtual play about life during the Great Depression and lessons for COVID recovery. Called “We Live On,” it runs through September 6. It is based on Studs...

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Experience Lux Beach Living on Your Next Family Vacation

By Chanin Victor A Fun and Charming Central California Coast Destination: Family-Friendly and Pet-Friendly The Central California Coast along the Pacific Ocean is a favorite for family road trips...

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