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Man Shot 4 Times at Homeless Encampment in Culver City

A man is now in stable condition after being shot at least four times at a homeless encampment under the 405 Freeway in Culver City on Sunday night. Culver City police officers responded around 9:40...

 

After a Thousand games and 561 points, Drew Doughty continues to amaze in the NHL

Los Angeles Kings veteran defenseman Drew Doughty was recognized for playing in his 1,000th regular-season game in a pregame ceremony versus the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday. The Kings fell to the...

 

Niemann Ties Opening Round Record at Riviera

Picture perfect conditions at Riviera Country Club once again set the tone at the Genesis Invitational on Thursday in Pacific Palisades (97th edition of the Los Angeles Open). Losing no time drafting...

 

Business Tax Deadline Monday

February 28 is the deadline businesses to file for the annual business license tax certificate. All associations, organizations, clubs, and societies which offer goods, materials, commodities, wares, merchandise, or services for sale to the public in...

 

Culver City Bus to Host One-Day Job Fair

Culver CityBus will host a one-day, hiring event on Saturday, March 5, to fill vacant bus operator positions. To meet its goal of recruiting bus drivers, Culver CityBus will conduct same-day...

 

Los Angeles County Lifts Mask Mandate for Vaccinated People

Los Angeles County has issued a new health order that now allows residents who are vaccinated against COVID-19 to take off their masks at indoor establishments that check for proof of vaccination. "As...

 

Los Angeles Galperin Blasts Waste & Mismanagement of Homeless Funds

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin released "The Problems and Progress of Prop. HHH," his third review of the City of Los Angeles' performance of the voter-approved $1.2 billion bond program...

 

Children's Bureau Hosts Celebrity Poet Panel

Children’s Bureau, a nonprofit leader in child abuse prevention and treatment in Southern California, will be hosting a conversation between famed authors Michael Warr and Tucker Smallwood in celebration of Black History Month on Monday, February...

 

Sister Cities International Annual Young Artists Competition

As part of Sister Cities International’s (SCI) annual Young Artists and Authors Showcase (YAAS), the Culver City Sister City Committee is requesting entries from our local youth to submit in six...

 

Danner opens Creative Center for the Arts in Culver City

There aren't many people who can point to a career full of success as a performer, teacher, storyteller, entrepreneur, and expert. But Michelle Danner can. The legendary acting teacher has recently op...

 

Dias Earns Accreditation

Culver City Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Colin Diaz, IOM was recognized as an Accredited Chamber Executive (ACE) by the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.). The designation is awarded to only those chamber executives and...

 

New And Enhanced Features In Lacourtconnect Coming

Registration for Appearances Temporarily Reduced From 30 to Seven (7) Days in Advance of Hearing While Modifications Underway The Superior Court of Los Angeles County will soon begin a phased transition of new and enhanced features in LACourtConnect...

 

Chernobyl power plant captured by Russian forces -Ukrainian official

The Chernobyl nuclear power plant has been captured by Russian forces, an adviser to the Ukrainian presidential office, Mykhailo Podolyak, said on Thursday. "It is impossible to say the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is safe after a totally pointless...

 

The Actors' Gang Returns to the Stag Withs Satire 'Can't Pay? Don't Pay!'

‘Can't Pay? Don't Pay!’ written by Nobel Laureate Dario Fo and Franca Rame is returning to The Actors' Gang Theater in the old Ivy Substation on March 19, 2022, with previews beginning March 12, exactly two years from the day the theater was...

 

Culver City girls' basketball seniors go out on a high note

Making it to the third round of the CIF Division 2A girls' playoffs was a great accomplishment for the undersized Culver City high school girls basketball team. They made it that far because they disp...

 

Culver City Spring sports leaps into action

If you are a Culver City high school sports fan the next few months will be extremely enjoyable. All games listed below are home games at Culver City high school. Thursday: Girl's lacrosse vs La...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 24, 2022

Clark leads sweep over Washington school as UCLA gets ready to end regular season

After a tough 67-64 loss to the Trojans at USC on February 12, the UCLA Bruins returned to the Westwood campus last week, struggling with nagging injuries and inconsistent play on both ends of the flo...

 

NASCAR, NBC Sports Announce 2022 Grassroots Racing Coverage on USA Network

NASCAR and NBC Sports announced the broadcast coverage for the 2022 slate of grassroots races on USA Network, including events in the ARCA Menards Series East and West, and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. USA Network will air tape-delayed coverage of...

 

Genesis Invitational electrifies fans with outstanding play

Chants of "Ole, Ole, Ole, Joaquim Niemann!" could be heard moments after the 23-year-old Chilean golfer holed his final shot at the renowned Riviera Country Club to win the 2022 Genesis Invitational...

 

INTERGENERATIONAL WRITERS KEEP CREATING

"Change is the only constant in life." ~ Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher The pandemic has necessitated many alterations, as was evident in the Intergenerational Writers Workshop, a collaboration betwe...

 

Culver City Book Festival Returns to the Wende Museum

The Second Annual Culver City Book Festival is returning to Culver City and the Wende Museum of the Cold War (10808 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230) after taking two years off due to the pandemic....

 

The British Invasion are invading the Canyon Clubs with Dramarama, Naked Eyes and Herman's Hermits

There are three great concerts coming to the Canyon Clubs. On February 4, Naked Eyes, and on February 26, Dramarama, will take the stage in Agoura Hills. Naked Eyes is a British new wave band that...

 

BC Police Handcuff a Cougar

By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer The RCMP has arrested a cougar in a neighborhood of Vancouver. For, well, stalking I guess. The cougar was tranquilized, and released elsewhere. Which impressed m...

 

DTSM Seeks PR Agency

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 2/15/22: At their meeting tomorrow, the Audit and Finance Committee for Downtown Santa Monica, Inc. will discuss hiring a "communication firm to handle board communication and crisis management." DTSM is the qu...

 

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