Articles from the March 23, 2023 edition


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  • Newsom, Sacramento Dems Back Higher Gas Prices

    Mar 23, 2023

    Frustrated that gas prices in California are the highest in the nation and $1.38/gallon above the national average? Democrats don't care. In fact, Assembly Democrats today joined Senate Democrats and Gavin Newsom in deciding prices aren't high enough. After negotiating a deal behind closed doors and with little to no time for public debate or fiscal review, Legislative Democrats have sent a reckless and irresponsible bill to Newsom's desk that will assuredly raise gas prices on Californians...

  • Suspect in Carjacking Arrested

    Mar 23, 2023

    On March 18th, at about 7:25pm, a 65-year old Culver City resident was the victim of a carjacking near Blanco Park. CCPD officers responded and were informed that the victim had been dragged alongside the vehicle as the suspects drove away. The victim described the suspects as two male Black subjects, about 20 years old, one of which was armed with an unknown handgun. An area check was conducted for the suspects and vehicle, but neither was located. The victim was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. CCPD...

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    Mar 23, 2023

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  • UCLA First Thursdays Brings Pop Art-Making, Live Poetry And More to Westwood Village - April 6

    Mar 23, 2023

    On Thursday, April 6, between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Broxton Avenue in Westwood Village, UCLA hosts "Arts Avenue," the April nighttime edition of First Thursdays, a monthly series connecting the university campus and local Westwood community and businesses. More than 35,000 attendees have experienced First Thursdays' monthly events since the launch of the series in March 2022. The event will feature an immersive art installation by acclaimed artist Refik Anadol, pop art-making for all, music,...

  • CA Bans Gas Cars: How It Will Cost You a Lot

    Mar 23, 2023

    Is it worth it to have Gas Cars eliminated ?...

  • Greg Brown Joins USC Football Staff as Senior Defensive Analyst

    Mar 23, 2023

    LOS ANGELES-Greg Brown, an accomplished defensive mind who has coached in the NFL, Pac-12, SEC and Big Ten, has been named a senior defensive analyst, head coach Lincoln Riley announced today (March 22). "We're thrilled to bring Coach Brown onto our staff," said Riley. "With a coaching career that has spanned five decades and experience in both college football and the NFL, he will bring a wealth of knowledge to our program." Throughout his collegiate coaching career, he has been a part of 12...

  • Baseball and track and field teams fight through an unusual season

    Steve Finley|Mar 23, 2023

    The Centaurs baseball and track and field teams are fighting against a different opponent. It's not Santa Monica, Mira Costa or Redondo Union. It is Mother Nature. For the first time in many years rain has hit Southern California extremely hard. Outside sports at all levels must make adjustments. "We are doing the best that we can," said Culver City varsity baseball coach Devaughn Wallace last Tuesday. "It stopped raining today (Tuesday) for a few hours, so we got out there and had a short...

  • Introducing the Featherweight Wheelchair: 1800wheelchair.com's Innovation in Lightweight Mobility Solutions

    Mar 23, 2023

    TALLMAN, NY - 1800wheelchair.com, a leading provider of mobility solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its groundbreaking Featherweight Wheelchair, a cutting-edge innovation set to redefine the lightweight mobility aid industry. Combining ultra-light materials with advanced engineering, the Featherweight Wheelchair promises users unparalleled ease of use and freedom of movement. Explore the next generation of mobility solutions at www.1800wheelchair.com and experience a newfound sense of...

  • ELAC Professor Earns California Community Colleges' Award

    Mar 23, 2023

    MONTEREY PARK, CA – East Los Angeles College's (ELAC) full-time political science professor and director of the pathway to law program Kenneth Chaiprasert was one of four community college faculty members in the state of California to earn the California Community Colleges' Gerald C. Hayward Award for Excellence in Education. Professor Chaiprasert was selected for his work with pre-law students at ELAC. In his class, his students discover their strengths from their diversity and use p...

  • Julie Lugo Cerra Succumbs

    Mar 23, 2023

    Julie Lugo Cerra died Monday morning. her daughter Michele Cerra Lachoff reported. Her health started to decline during the pandemic...first with dementia/Alzheimer's and then this past December, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer. A lifelong Culver City resident, and descendant of the early settlers she was Culver City's historian Michelle describes Julie– "as a force of nature (aka Hurricane Julie), wonderful cook and hostess, historian, grandma extraordinaire, amazing friend and f...

  • 'Unspoken' Documentary to Screen at Oxford College of Emory University

    Mar 23, 2023

    OXFORD, GEORGIA - The groundbreaking documentary-feature film, "UNSPOKEN," from Georgia-based Filmmaker Stephanie Calabrese will screen on Wednesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Oxford College of Emory University Chapel (801 Emory St.). Sponsored by the Oxford College Humanities Division, the screening will feature a post-film director Q&A hosted by Oxford College of Emory University Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of English & American Studies Dr. Molly McGehee....

  • Trish Steele at Los Angeles Fashion Week

    Mar 23, 2023

    VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA - LA Fashion Week at SAS Movie Studio on March 24 will be a spectacular event. The fashion industry's top designers and influencers will be showcasing their latest collections on the runway, featuring innovative designs and cutting-edge styles. Attendees will be treated to a visual feast of colors, textures, and patterns. The event is a true celebration of creativity and innovation in fashion. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from the world of fashion. Trish Steele, the...

  • TikTok is one of the most powerful tools that young people have to engage each other

    Mar 23, 2023

    Shou Zi Chew, the CEO of the video-sharing app TikTok, will appear before the House Energy and Commerce Committee to respond to concerns about the app's links to the Chinese government and its data-handling practices, as talk of a forced sale or outright ban gathers (even more) steam in Washington. Based on a prepared version of his remarks that was released by the committee late Tuesday, Chew plans to focus on the fact that millions of small businesses in the US use TikTok, and also on freedom...

  • UCLA defeats Northwestern to return to the Sweet Sixteen

    Bill Seals|Mar 23, 2023

    The UCLA Bruins men's basketball team, behind 24 points from forward Jaime Jaquez Jr., held on to defeat the Northwestern Wildcats, 68-63, to clinch a berth in the West Region Semi-finals of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The Bruins will meet the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Thursday, March 23rd in Las Vegas. This is the third consecutive appearance for the Bruins in the Sweet 16 and improves their overall record for the season to 31-5. The Bruins easily defeated their first-round opponent, UNC As...

  • Culver City High School Boys Basketball

    Mar 23, 2023

    Culver City's speedy guard Brycen Matthews was named to the CIF Division 2AA first team this week....

  • Megan Faraimo Honored as NFCA National Pitcher of the Week

    Mar 23, 2023

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Redshirt senior Megan Faraimo on the No. 3 UCLA softball team has been named NFCA National Pitcher of the Week, the organization announced Tuesday morning. This marks the second time in Faraimo's career she has received the major weekly award (first: Feb. 18, 2020). Faraimo, who was named the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week on Monday, led UCLA (27-3, 4-2) in the circle to both of its wins over No. 10 Washington last weekend. The Oceanside, Calif. native totaled 10 strikeouts and 1...

  • UCLA women's basketball advances to the NCAA Sweet 16

    Steve Finley|Mar 23, 2023

    The Lady Bruins basketball team is dancing their way into the Sweet 16 after they beat Sacramento State and Oklahoma last week at Pauley Pavilion on the UCLA campus. Now they have a date with the No. 1 team in the nation, South Carolina at 11 a.m. on Saturday. South Carolina is 34-0 and UCLA is 27-9. On November 29, of last year South Carolina beat the Bruins by nine points but both teams have improved since that date. UCLA appears to be ready for the challenge against one of the best women's...

  • ESTHER VIOLA VAN TASSEL

    Mar 23, 2023

    Esther Viola (Funk) Van Tassel was born on August 17, 1923, in Goessel, Kansas where German was her first language and piano lessons in elementary school her first love. She graduated from Goessel High School where she was a member of the choir, a piano soloist and part of a trio in stage productions and the Senior Play. After graduation, Esther became a full-fledged farmer, along with her father, until age 21. Then, she moved to Wichita, Kansas where she continued her musical journey...

  • $20,000.00 Reward to Locate American Woman kidnapped in Mexico

    Mar 23, 2023

    Reward of Up to $20,000 Offered in Exchange for Information Leading to Location of Woman Believed to Have Been Kidnapped in Mexico. The FBI's Los Angeles Field Office is seeking the public's help and is offering a reward of up to $20,000 in exchange for information that leads to the physical location of a woman believed to have been kidnapped earlier this year. Maria del Carmen Lopez, 63, was kidnapped from her residence in Pueblo Nuevo, Colima, Mexico, on February 9. Lopez is an American citize...

  • DeMaio Calls for Failing LA Schools to Be Put Under Receivership

    Mar 23, 2023

    DEMAND ACTION! 72% of students aren't meeting basic proficiencies in California schools, but the school union bosses call a strike to demand big pay raises. It's time to declare a crisis and bring in new leadership!...

  • CA Democrats Propose Reparations for African Americans Costing Taxpayers $648 Billion

    Mar 23, 2023

    California's reparations task force has spoken: African Americans who are direct descendants of slaves living in the U.S. in the 19th century should receive over $360,000 each in reparations from the California taxpayers as well as an apology. In San Francisco, African Americans whether or not they descended from slaves would also receive $5 million each, $98,000 a year for 250 years, an entire house for just $1, and would be excused from paying any consumer debt payments or taxes for the rest...

  • Registrar of Voters Defies Court Order, Continues to Stonewall Review of Wrongly Disqualified Signatures

    Mar 23, 2023

    Los Angeles, CA – In an effort to cover-up the massive amount of wrongly disqualified signatures submitted for the recall of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters continues to stonewall the Recall Committee's right to conduct a meaningful and timely review in direct defiance of a recently granted preliminary injunction ordering greater access and transparency. In furtherance of a "run out the clock" strategy, the Registrar is now seeking to i...

  • Remote work can help organizations thrive during tough economic times through CuraeSoft's platform, coAmplifi

    Mar 23, 2023

    SAN RAMON, CALIFORNIA - coAmplifi, a CuraeSoft creation, is reimagining the workplace by offering an online platform that facilitates the transition of companies to remote work. As the US economy slows down amid rising inflation and interest rates, businesses like CuraeSoft have adopted remote work to help employees enhance productivity, achieve better work-life balance, and cope with the effects of a sluggish economy. The COVID-19 pandemic forced numerous companies to shift to remote work....

  • Hollywood Comes to Little Rock

    Mar 23, 2023

    LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS - Hollywood Comes to Little Rock – Literally – Gala Red Carpet Media Event – Public Launch of America's Boating Channel's New Smart TV App & Channel – First Ever Full-Time TV Destination for All Things Boating – Live Kick-off Event to Open Global Boating Safety Confab International Boating & Water Safety Summit (IBWSS) at Embassy Suites by Hilton of Little Rock – Foyer, Ballroom Main Stage, and Atrium Sunday April 16 4:00 PM Interview Opps on Foyer Red-Carpet – 4:30 PM B...

  • California College Student Creates AI Detector to Prevent Academic Plagiarism

    Mar 23, 2023
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    MOORPARK, CALIFORNIA - Michael Golden, a 19-year-old college student at Moorpark College in Moorpark, California, has created a revolutionary AI detector to prevent academic plagiarism. The AI detector, called IntegrityAI, is an online tool that has been programmed to identify any potential AI plagiarism within written content. Users can use this tool by inputting text for the detector to determine if the content was written by a human or AI. By recognizing patterns and comparing the likelihood...

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