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Articles from the March 31, 2022 edition

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Main Street Finally Reopens to Auto Traffic

After a lengthy discussion, the Culver City Council this week gave the green light to reopen Main Street to auto traffic. At its Monday night meeting, the Council voted 3-2 to open Main Street to...

 

Car Show Returns to Spring

The popular Culver City Car Show returns to spring on Saturday May 7. Check out the wide variety of sweet rides on display takes place at Culver City’s West Los Angeles College. There will be a...

 

CC Police Seeking Suspect in Mini Mart Robbery; He Could Be Connected to Other Crimes in So Cal

Culver City police are looking for a man who robbed at gunpoint a minimart on Overland Avenue last week and is suspected of committing similar crimes in Southern California. The armed robbery occurred...

 

Man Beaten, Robbed at Gunpoint Outside Culver City Shopping Center

A man was punched in the head and his Rolex watch was stolen during an armed robbery in the parking lot of a Culver City shopping center last week and now police are asking for help in identifying...

 

Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor Lifts Face Mask Mandate in Courthouses

Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor announced the Superior Court of Los Angeles County will lift its mandatory face mask order effective Monday, April 4, while strongly recommending the use of...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 31, 2022

The pandemic helps the tennis programs grow at the Culver City Parks

Tennis has always been a popular sport in Southern California mainly because of the weather but when the pandemic appeared a few years ago the sport took off like a rocket ship especially in the...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    March 31, 2022

UCLA men's basketball looks forward to next season after losing to North Carolina

On paper, the UCLA Bruins were a strong favorite to return to the Final Four 2022 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. With all five starters returning from the 2020-2021 team that made it to the Final F...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 31, 2022

Women's professional soccer continues to big crowds

Angel City Football Club’s immediate attention was to it’s very first road match last Wednesday, March 30, when they played the Portland Thorns FC at Providence Park. They lost the game to...

 

3 Store Windows Smashed on 5th Street

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer 3.21.22: Two windows and a door in a row of shops was smashed by a homeless man on Friday evening or Saturday morning. The owner of the store, Ahmad Haba, says...

 

City Agrees to Pay $1.75 Million to Settle Suspect Shooting

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The city of Santa Monica has finalized a settlement with a 31-year-old man who was struck in the head by a gunshot fired by a former Santa Monica Police...

 

DA Gascon Gets Sued by His Own Staff

Opinion by Corva Corvax The reform-minded district attorney no longer holds a plurality of voters in his camp March 24, 2022 - A poll commissioned by the Los Angeles Police Protective League shows a plurality of voters would vote to recall...

 

Hollywood Beauty Awards

By Rachel Ganz 3.19.22: A spectacular 7th Annual Hollywood Beauty Awards took place at the Taglyan Complex in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Beauty Awards honors the architects of beauty and acknowledges...

 

Local Briefs

Police Prevent PCH Suicide . 3.22.22: At about 2 pm PST, the main road leading down from downtown Santa Monica onto Pacific Coast Highway was closed due to a potential "jumper," a person who threatens to kill himself. Police were attempting to talk...

 

Smashes Store Window and Waits to be Arrested

After a homeless dude named Austin Reed Turner-Crawford smashed a car window, the SMPD sent someone to find him in the alley behind the store. This on 17th Street and Pico Blvd, on Sunday March 20th....

 

Susan Cola Appointed Interim City Attorney

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Santa Monica has hired a new Interim City Attorney while the long search for a permanent chief counsel continues. At its Tuesday night meeting, the City Council ap...

 

Tigray Protest March

By David Ganezer Observer Staff Writer 3.19: About 50 members of the Tigrayan community in Los Angeles County, conducted a pro-Tigray protest rally in front of the Santa Monica pier on Saturday. They...

 

The Kings have released the "Kraken" on the ice

Expansion team, the Seattle Kraken, made their first visit to play the Los Angeles Kings at Crypto.com Arena on Saturday, but something else unfolded that was the highlight of the night. Kings...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 31, 2022

Angel City Suffers First Loss

Angel City Football Club's immediate attention is to its very first road match this Wednesday, March 30, to battle the Portland Thorns FC at Providence Park. The first-year NWSL franchise took its...

 

Need a good reason to get out on the weekend? New West Symphony will be performing the classics for your enjoyment

New West Symphony and Grammy award-winning musical director/conductor Michael Christie are presenting a concert on April 2 at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and on April 3 at Rancho Campana...

 

The Westin Carlsbad Resort and Spa Perfect For A Memorable Coastal Getaway

BY: Chanin Victor Observer Travel Editor Suppose you're searching for sunsets, ocean breezes, and spectacular views and want to escape to luxury. In that case, The Westin Carlsbad Resort & Spa is...

 

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