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Articles from the March 29, 2018 edition

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Students Thrive at Elemental Music in Santa Monica

In Santa Monica, there's a school called Elemental Music created by a Santa Monica-Malibu School District (SMMUSD) music teacher about fourteen years ago to train, inspire and nuture elementary and...

 

High School Students Present "Culver For A Cause" charity Run

Culver City High School Associated Student Body Presents” Culver for a Cause run for Better Education”. What: Come be a part of the Culver for a Cause 5K Charity Run! There will be food, live...

 

Retail Tsunami Growing

On the heels of Toys R Us closing all stores Aaron Brothers announced they would be closing all but three stores in Texas. Locally Aaron Bros. operates three stores on the Westside in Culver City,...

 

Rotary Club Honors Culver City Police and Fire Personnel

The 4th Annual Police and Fire Bravo Awards with the Police Department and the 1st year for the Fire Department were held at the DoubleTree Hotel on March 14. The Culver City Rotary and Exchange...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Love And Death And In Between

Do you miss movies you can chew? You know, the sort of movie you mull over later, that you want to kick around with friends? That's what I'm talking about. A fine film is no laughing matter. Hard to...

 

Culver City Named Tree City USA

On Monday, March 26, CalFire Urban Forester, David Haas, presented a Tree City USA plaque and flag to City Council in recognition of Culver City's designation as a Tree City. Tree City USA is a...

 

Ocean Water Desalination Facility

West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announces that the draft environmental impact report (EIR) for the potential ocean water desalination facility in El Segundo, Calif. is available for...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Councilman Jim Clark on City Council Election

Dear Editor, As you are aware, Mayor Jeff Cooper and I are both termed out and there are two open seats in the upcoming City Council election on April 10th. We are both in agreement that we want...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Farragut Parking Problem

Letter to the Editor: In a recent article in your paper by Neil Rubenstein, he said that the Farragut parking “problem” still exists. He went on to repeat everything that was said by the...

 

"Celebration of Life" Scheduled for Mary Ellen Fernandez

Mary Ellen Fernandez was born to Duane and Helen Bales in Santa Monica on August 19,1936 and graduated from Santa Monica High School in 1954. She married Leonard Maisch in 1955 and their children, Deb...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 29, 2018

Rams Sign Free Agent Ndamukong Suh

The Los Angeles Rams sent an early seismic wave across the 2018 NFL landscape on Monday, March 26 when they signed free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a one-year $14 million contract for the...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 29, 2018

UCLA Softball Continues to Stay on Top

What is one of the best kept sports secrets in Los Angeles? It's the UCLA Bruins softball team. They are currently 28-2 and ranked No. 4 in the nation. They are one of the best hitting teams in the...

 

California Congressman McNerney Endorses Dr. Piquado

Dr. Tepring Piquado, scientist, educator, and Democratic candidate for Assembly, announced today that she has been endorsed by Congressman Jerry McNerney (D-Stockton) in her bid for California...

 

Diane Watson Endorses Kamlager

This week, Ms. Kamlager has gained the endorsement of Diane E. Watson, a retired U.S. Representative, former U.S. Ambassador and former state legislator and Los Angeles board of education member who...

 

UCLA Womens Basketball

UCLA Womens Basketball...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Dear Editor

The cowardly, mean-spirited, anonymous flyers attacking Albert Vera and Marcus Tiggs are the epitome of everything that’s wrong with politics in this country today. It’s what I’ve come to...

 

Publisher, Councilmember Threatened With Criminal Prosecution

The Culver City Observer and Councilman Jim Clarke have received notice from Culver City Resident Les Greenberg that he had sent a letter to Scott Bixby, Culver City Chief of Police requesting...

 
 By Jim Clarke    Opinion    March 29, 2018

Councilman Decries Lack of Civility

Last week, we were witness to a vulgar display of free speech. I wish to repudiate in the strongest terms the profane language used against my fellow Council colleagues and the men and women of the...

 

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