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Articles from the January 19, 2023 edition

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 By Letters    Opinion    January 19, 2023

Why should we trust the 'experts'? They always fail us when it matters

By Jon Coupal President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association There’s an old joke about the origins of the word “expert.” The story is that it is a combination of the word “ex” ...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 19, 2023

Chargers end season with a stunning playoff loss

Two years ago, on January 17th, 2021, the Los Angeles Chargers hired Brandon Staley to become their new head coach. Staley was determined from the start to change the culture of the team, to find a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 19, 2023

UCLA men's basketball team hopes to continue their winning ways

Freshman sensation Adem Bona and the UCLA men's basketball team are beginning to look like a group that will be playing deep into March. The Bruins extended their winning streak to 13 games after...

 

Successful consistency keeps CCHS girls' basketball playing at a high level

For the past 11 years Culver City girls basketball has been synonymous with winning. Year in and year out the teams coach by Julian Anderson and his reliable assistants have continued to play at a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 19, 2023

Georgia Bulldogs win another National Championship

After losing fifteen players in the 2022 NFL draft, six of which went in the first round, it might have been difficult to imagine that the Georgia Bulldogs could repeat as the FBS national champions of college football. But if you play college footba...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 19, 2023

Chargers head to Jacksonville for a first round playoff game

The 2022 NFL regular season has finally ended after 18 weeks, and the Los Angeles Chargers are still alive and are headed for the playoffs. The Chargers are the fifth seed in the NFL playoffs out of the seven teams in the American Football...

 

Mixed-Use Project Proposed on Sepulveda Blvd.

A new mixed-used building has been proposed for the southwest corner of Sepulveda and Culver Boulevards Dubbed the St. Mina Center, the project would rise from a property located at 4319 Sepulveda...

 

Culver City Welcomes its New Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Mark Muenzer will be the City’s new Planning and Development Director. Mark will join the City on January 30, 2023 and will report to City...

 

2023 Performing Arts Grant Program Awards

On December 5, the City Council of the City of Culver City awarded over $213,000 in 2023 Performing Arts Grants as recommended by the City’s Cultural Affairs Commission. Twenty-nine (29) non-profit arts organizations will receive grants to present...

 

Smith Named LACCD Equity and Justice Fellow

Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has named Dr. Regina Smith as its Equity and Justice Fellow. Her assignment began this week. This new appointment will provide leadership and advance the district’s strategies for diversity, equity,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 19, 2023

Assembly Bill to Restrict local Recall Moves

By Jon Coupal and Scott Kaufman As the Legislature gavels in for another session of taxpayer abuse, we can look back at the last session and cheerfully report, it could have been worse. The...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    January 19, 2023

Re. "Government Transparency" letter from C. Alexander published Jan. 5, 2023.

Dear Editor, In her letter of Jan. 5, 2023, Ms. Alexander belittles the role of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, stating it is “involved in making recommendations on the use of the...

 

ALL MY SONS At The Westchester Playhouse

Kentwood Players proudly presents Arthur Miller's Tony Award Winning Play ALL MY SONS opening Friday, January 20 through Saturday, February 11, 2023, on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, and Saturdays...

 

Kids Scoop Covers Karen Bass Swearing In

Charlotte Lotte, Age 11 KidScoop Media Correspondent On December 11, 2022, many political leaders, members of the press, and parts of the general public gathered in the Microsoft Theater to celebrate...

 

El Marino Language School Recognized As California Distinguished School

El Marino Language School in Culver City has been chosen for the prestigious 2023 California Distinguished Schools Program. Since its inception in 1985, the California Distinguished Schools Award program honors exceptional schools, districts,...

 

Barbara Ford Succumbs

Born Barbara Green in Mississippi, she was an Air Force brat. Barbara lived in multiple states and in England before settling down in Atwater, CA. She loved being a small business owner and owned...

 

DODGERS ACQUIRE MIGUEL ROJAS

The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired infielder Miguel Rojas from the Miami Marlins in exchange for minor league infielder Jacob Amaya. Rojas, 33, played in 140 games with Marlins in 2022, hitting .236 with six homers and 36 RBI. He joins the Dodgers...

 

Successful consistency keeps CCHS girls' basketball playing at a high level

For the past 11 years Culver City girls basketball has been synonymous with winning. Year in and year out the teams coach by Julian Anderson and his reliable assistants have continued to play at a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 19, 2023

Georgia Bulldogs win another National Championship

After losing fifteen players in the 2022 NFL draft, six of which went in the first round, it might have been difficult to imagine that the Georgia Bulldogs could repeat as the FBS national champions o...

 

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