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CC Democratic Club Opposes Rescue Vehicle Purchase

The Culver City Democratic Club have unanimously approved a resolution condemning the proposed purchase of the Bearcat armored personnel carrier by the Culver City Police Department. The City Council...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 13, 2020

Council to Allow Minors on Commissions?

Monday night city council proposed allowing minors and non-registered voters on city commissions and boards. We at Protect Culver City are vocally opposed to the idea. We see it not as an extension...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 13, 2020

End of an Era

Chargers and Rivers Agree to the End of an Era The Los Angeles Chargers and quarterback Philip Rivers have announced that they have mutually agreed to part ways, ending their 16-year relationship....

 

Bruin and Trojan Basketball Look to Strong Second Halves

The second half of the Pac-12 season can make or break the UCLA and USC men's and women's basketball seasons. The UCLA women are in the best position to stumble and still make it to the NCAA...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 13, 2020

Clippers Trades Make Clippers Stronger

The NBA trade deadline has come and gone, and the clear winner is the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers acquired forward Marcus Morris from the New York Knicks as part of a three-team trade. The...

 

Sports Council Names Clippers' Frank & Zucker Sports Executive of the Year

In recognition of the L.A. Clippers’ extraordinary impact both on and off the court, the Los Angeles Sports Council today named Lawrence Frank and Gillian Zucker as co-recipients of the 2019 Sports Executive of the Year award. Since a change in...

 

Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer are Playoff Bound

Both the boys' and girls' varsity soccer teams did what was necessary to earn a spot in the CIF playoffs which starts this week. The boys recovered from a challenging final week of January (2 ties...

 

CCHS Sports at CIF Winter Playoffs

High Five! It's been a very successful winter for Culver City High athletics this season. All five of the schools athletic programs for the 2019-20 Winter season have qualified for the CIF Playoffs. G...

 

Top Golfers Coming to Genesis Invitational

The last leg of the PGA Tour's West Coast Swing will redefine itself this week at The Riviera Country Club as the previously named Genesis Open has received an upgrade. The 94th edition of the Los...

 

Controversial Culver Blvd. Realignment Will Begin

Culver Blvd. between Sepulveda Blvd. and Elenda Street, will be reconstructed along with the parkway median and expected to take eighteen months. The controversial project which was designed in the 1990’s created a walking park between Culver and...

 

2020 Genesis Invitational Gate Time, Parking and Transportation

One of the most historic and longest-running events on the PGA TOUR, The Genesis Invitational celebrates its 94th playing, and first as an invitational, February 10-16, 2020 at historic Riviera...

 

Affordable Housing Location Overlooked

If Culver City is rallying a city for everyone, as promoted by the October 11th event at La Ballona school. Why didn’t Culver City use city owned land at Washington and Centinela for affordable hous...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    February 13, 2020

Rent Control Opponents Ramp Up Signature Gathering

Dear Editor, We are currently circulating a ballot initiative among Culver City voters, requiring voter approval for rent control. We only have a couple months left to secure the 2800 signatures...

 

Gala Planned to Celebrate Health Center

Celebrate with The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center on its 30th anniversary at their annual fundraiser on Saturday, February 29. The theme of the gala is Cheers to 30 Years and will be held at the Del Rey Yacht Club in Marina Del Rey....

 

Chortkoff on Kobe

Observer Editor Mitch Chortkoff covered the Lakers for over 6 decades. He was called "Dean of the Laker Writers" by many of his colleagues. Mitch passed away in July of 2018, but he had written a lot...

 

Bloomberg inspires Culver City Realtor to surprise Jeff Bezos at Oscars

Jeff Bezos is in for an interstellar surprise when he attends the Oscars pre-show in Hollywood this Sunday, Feb. 9. As Bezos and his entourage arrive at the Dolby Theater, an airplane flying overhead will greet them with a banner that says, “Jeff...

 

HULU Streams Cirque Series That Became Reality for Local Culver City, CA Teen

Los Angeles, CA – Culver City native Ellowyn Stanton now lives the life of the character she portrayed in the highly rated, original children's live-action scripted series Big Top Academy (BTA),...

 

Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil's Big Top returned to Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium on opening night, January 21, with its first sports-inspired Big Top production, VOLTA. Los Angeles is the first city ever visited...

 

Volta

Mona Day www.DineSeeTravel.com Cirque du Soleil returns to Los Angeles with its show Volta January 18 - March 8 at Dodger Stadium. Volta explores the theme of celebrating differences and uniqueness...

 

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