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Council Approves 'Quick-Build' Bike/Bus Lane in Downtown CC

City Council this week approved a "quick-build" mobility project to create a dedicated bike/bus lane in Downtown Culver City and the Arts District. "This is a tactical mobility project," said Mayor...

 

Legislature moves to Extend Eviction Moratorium

On Thursday, January 28, the California State Assembly approved SB 89 and SB 91. The two measures will extend AB 3088, the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020, which expires at the end of the month....

 

Culver City Covid-19 Totals

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department has reported the following Covid-19 totals for Culver City and LA County: Cases in Culver City – 1937 as of 2/3 Deaths in Culver City – 69 as of...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 4, 2021

Calls for Councilman Lee Needs to Apologize

Dear Editor; Last night Culver City Councilmember Dan Lee insultingly called all the Culver City Police RACIST! What saddens me is that no other council members called him out for his outrageous...

 

Virus Takes Mother, Father One Day Apart

Brianna Trejo's mother Cindy, 47, and her father Ruben, 51, passed away within a day of each other at Centinela Hospital in Inglewood, California. A young woman orphaned by Covid has told how her father died of the virus three weeks after receiving...

 

President Biden Responds to Military Coup in Burma

The military's seizure of power in Burma, the detention of Aung San Suu Kyi and other civilian officials, and the declaration of a national state of emergency are a direct assault on the country's tra...

 

CCUSD Celebrates National School Counseling Week

The Culver City Unified School District is celebrating National School Counseling Week 2021, "School Counselors: All in for All Students," sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA)...

 

Sony Pictures Animation Campus Sold to its Neighbor For $160 Million

Sony Pictures Animation campus has been sold for $160 million to its neighbor in downtown Culver City. Hackman Capital Partners, owner of the Culver Studios and the Culver Steps, announced that it...

 

Sharma Named to Dean's List at Georgia Tech for the Fall 2020 Semester

Shrenil Sharma of Culver City, CA made the Dean's List for the Fall 2020 semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have earned a 3.0 or higher academic average for the...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 4, 2021

The Pac-12 is getting a new Commissioner

In a move that many people felt was long overdue, the Pac-12 Conference announced on January 20th that they had decided to part ways with Commissioner Larry Scott. On the same day that a new U.S....

 

Rams trade Goff for Stafford

The time is now. The Los Angeles Rams blockbuster trade eight days before Super Bowl LV made them a serious contender for next season's Super Bowl LVI to be held at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. On...

 

Sparks Sign Erica Wheeler

The Los Angeles Sparks announced today the signing of guard Erica Wheeler. The Parkland, Florida native has an inspiring story, going from an undrafted rookie in 2015 to becoming a four-year starter f...

 

LAFC GAMING ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH MCDONALD'S OF SOCAL

McDonald's of Southern California to Serve as the Official Marketing Partner of LAFC Gaming; Club Announces Completion of Dedicated eMLS Streaming Room The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and LAFC...

 

Rivalries take on different meanings in college sports

There is nothing like rivalries in college sports. UCLA against USC and Ohio State versus Michigan are two of the most famous rivalries in college. In professional sports you can mention the Lakers...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 4, 2021

Chargers announce the hiring of three Coordinators

The coaching staff of new head coach Brandon Staley is coming together very quickly. The Los Angeles Chargers announced the hiring of three coaches to serve as coordinators: Joe Lombardi as offensive coordinator, Renaldo Hill as defensive...

 

RAMS CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH BY SHARING STORIES OF TEAM PERSONNEL THROUGH THE WORK OF LOCAL BLACK ARTISTS

Fans Can Visit TheRams.com/blackhistorymonth to View the Artwork and Learn More To celebrate Black History Month this year, the Los Angeles Rams are partnering with four local Black artists to tell powerful stories about people in the Rams...

 

SMMUSD is Burning Through Our Bond Money. Again.

By Esther Hickman, Opinion Because SMMUSD plans to move forward with its wasteful Samohi Campus Plan, it stated that it doesn’t have enough money to complete the projects promised in its bond campaigns, and will need more bond measures. Ballot...

 

LA Marathon Postponed

The Los Angeles Marathon, which ends on Ocean Avenue just north of the Santa Monica pier, has been postponed to an uncertain date in late August or September. The event had been set for March 21st.....

 

Sears Drive In

By Alyssa Erdley We Drive-Ins has taken over the parking lot at the old Sears building and is turning it into a drive-in movie theater, dubbing it The Mark. The latest Hollywood movies will be project...

 

TRO Sought in Ballona Restoration Project

White Tailed Kite in the Ballona Creek Wetlands By David Ganezer A group called Protect Ballona Wetlands, has filed a Petition for Writ of Mandate with the LA Superior Court. The lawsuit seeks to...

 

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