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Byfield is back on the ice again for the LA Kings after bouts of bad luck

The LA Kings hockey team, 19-13-5 (third place in the Pacific Division), is surging right now, seemingly rising like a Phoenix from the ashes, as they are riding on a three-game win-streak with two...

 

Listen to the groundbreaking hits of the Fab Four spanning the'60's and the '70's

There are three great concerts coming to the Canyon Clubs. On January 21, The Fab Four, will take the stage at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. If you close your eyes and listen to The Fab Four...

 

MLK Jr. Annual Remembrance and Celebration

Culver City residents and neighbors are invited to gather in person to celebrate and honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Saturday, January 15 at 2:00 PM. This year’s program...

 

Man Arrested after Shooting in Culver City Mall Parking Lot

Culver City police has arrested a man who allegedly took out a handgun and fired one shot during an argument in the parking lot of Westfield Culver City last Saturday. No one was injured in the...

 

Go on a Hawaiian musical journey at the Slack Key Festival and Island Marketplace on Jan. 16th

Kala Koa Entertainment is once again presenting its 15th Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival and Island Marketplace, the biggest Hawaiian music event of the year, at the Redondo Beach...

 

Goodyear Memorial Service postponed

The Memorial Service for former Culver City football star and long-time football coach was postponed due to the raise in COVID cases, Culver City High School announced this week. The Services were...

 

State Extends Indoor Mask Mandate to Mid-February

With Covid-19 cases surging as a result of the Omicron variant, California’s Health Services officials announced yesterday that the statewide mandate requiring people to wear masks in indoor public...

 

Song to a Seagull

Fly silly seabird No dreams can possess you No voices can blame you For sun on your wings My gentle relations Have names they must call me For loving the freedom Of all flying things My dreams with...

 

Covid Positivity Rate Among Students, Staff Climbs to 14%

As the Omicron variant continues its explosive spread across the county, Public Health officials this week reported that the positivity rate among students and staff has climbed to more than 14%. For...

 

City Council Resumes Virtual Meetings

The City Council will meet by teleconference for the first City Council meeting of the new year on January 10. The meeting scheduled for January 24 will also be held virtually. Due to the surge in...

 

Kentwood Players announces open auditions for CLUE

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for CLUE, a murder mystery comedy adapted from the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn, written by Sandy Rustin with additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 13, 2022 

The Call to Recall Team

Dear Editor, The volunteers collecting signatures for the petitions to recall Alex Fisch and Daniel Lee have repeatedly been asked one question by the community: “How many signatures do we still...

 

Man Stabbed to Death During Suspected Family Dispute in Playa del Rey

A man was allegedly stabbed to death by his son on Tuesday night after an argument escalated into violence in Playa del Rey, according to authorities. Los Angeles Police Department officers were called at 6 p.m. on January 11 to a home in the 200...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 13, 2022 

Raiders End Chargers Season

From Las Vegas: Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Ted Marchibroda used to say that "more games are lost than won in the NFL." The truth is that many head coaches have said that, including the best...

 

Rams Score NFC Western Title

Charles Dickens would probably summarize the Ram's game last Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers like this. It was a dominant half, it was an ineffective half, it was the time of great play...

 

USC'S Cockrell Named An NCAA Today's Top 10 Award Winner

LOS ANGELES – Olympian and 2021 NCAA 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles champion Anna Cockrell has been named an NCAA To- day’s Top 10 Award winner, one of 10 recognized outstanding senior student-athl...

 

Betty White Was For the Birds

By Larry Zarcoff In the mid 90s I got a call from the folks over at Buena Vista Television to direct and edit a pilot presentation for a proposed syndicated show called "The Betty White House." The...

 

Christmas Eve Death Of Female Prisoner - Christmas From Hell

By Amber Jackson, Lucky Lifer Hello 2022!! Goodbye to the single worst Christmas I've ever seen in or out of prison! It all kicked off Christmas Eve with the death of a prisoner, to start things off. The woman died of an apparent heart issue. She...

 

Case Count High, Serious Cases Low

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 1/5/22 - On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Department of Public Health announced 21,790 new Covid cases and 24 new deaths. At least 1,792 people are currently hospitalized with the stated cause being Covid-19. The...

 

Housing Supply Crisis is a Myth

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer January 4, 2022 - Last night Santa Monica Audit Subcommittee Commissioner and Santa Monica native Marc Verville exploded the myth of a housing supply crisis in...

 

How to Quarantine

Those who are fully vaccinated but not yet boosted are treated equally to those who are completely unvaccinated January 7, 2022 - The Los Angeles County Health Department has issued a detailed list of instructions for quarantining or isolating due...

 

Huge Project for Lincoln and Pico

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer The owner of the Lincoln Center has proposed replacing the 1980's era parking lot and stores, with 521 residential units. The building would be 5 stories in height--around 65 feet. It would also contain 36,000...

 

Concert in Ferrer's Honor Cancelled due to Covid Rise

A concert at Santa Monica High School intended to thank Dr Barbara Ferrer for her work on Covid, has been cancelled due to the rise in Covid cases. Ferrer famously has lead Los Angeles County through the widely unpopular lockdowns, mask and vaccine...

 

County's Free At-Home PCR Test Program Halted

1/6/22 - Last week, Dr. Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director of Public Health, announced a program where residents could order free PCR tests to administer at home and send to the lab for results. Today, during her weekly press conference, she announced...

 

Nine CSU's Begin Semester Online

Cal State Long Beach will join a growing group of CSUs starting the spring semester online because the coronavirus once again surges through the state and nation. As the omicron-driven spike in cases continues spreading, nine of the 23 CSU campuses,...

 

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