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Centaurs Win Big

The Culver City High School Centaurs beat Peninsula High School on Friday by a score of 49-0. Read the full story by Fred Altieri this week's Culver City Observer or online at www....

 

CC Police Arrest Man with Clown Mask Suspected of Stealing Packages from Porches

Culver City have arrested a suspect with a clown mask on suspicion of stealing packages from front porches. Around 6:30 p.m. on March 29, Culver City Police Department received a call about someone...

 

Armed Carjacking, Robbery Reported in Fox Hills last Sunday

Within a 5-hour span last Sunday, Culver City police responded to an armed carjacking and an armed robbery that occurred in Fox Hills. At approximately 10:47 p.m. on January 17, police officers...

 

Culver Police Seeking Suspect in Armed Robbery at Thai Restaurant on Sepulveda

Culver City police are looking for a suspect in connection with an armed robbery at a Thai restaurant on Sepulveda Boulevard on Monday afternoon. According to the Culver City Police Department, the...

 

Culver City Covid-19 Totals

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department has reported the following Covid-19 totals for Culver City and LA County: Cases in Culver City – 2152 as of 3/31 Deaths in Culver City – 102 as of...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    April 1, 2021

Residents Complain about Homeless Encampment

This encampment is getting bigger and bigger with more trash,sewage, trash,rv’s,trucks with trailers, vans, you can’t even walk by lady in blue van has a huge dog that won’t even let you walk...

 

The City Council Awards Culver City Performing Arts Grants

Culver City's City Council recently awarded a grand total of $150,066 in 2021 Performing Arts Grants as recommended by the Cultural Affairs Commission. Twenty-one (21) non-profit arts organizations will receive grants to present theatre, dance and...

 

Sony Pictures Employees to Begin Returning to Culver City Lot June 1

Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced that it is planning to have employees return the Culver City lot in June. In a memo to staff on Monday, Sony Pictures Chairman Tony Vinciquerra said the...

 

Zooming into Recovery – An Outreach Mental Health Conference

A mental health advocacy group, Peer Action 4 Change (PA4C) was founded in 2016 to provide outreach services and community resources for those facing mental health challenges. They offer the chance for all segments of society to get together to...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 1, 2021

Culver City football plays a rare daytime game

Two down, three to go. Despite the abbreviated schedule due to COVID, Culver City High school football is making the most of its inaugural season in the Bay League. The Centaurs overwhelmed Redondo...

 

LAKERS SIGN ANDRE DRUMMOND

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed center Andre Drummond, it was announced today by Vice President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Rob Pelinka. Per team policy, terms of the deal were...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    April 1, 2021

UCLA Bruins dance into the Final four

When the UCLA Bruins hired Mick Cronin to be their next head coach, he understood what the expectations were. In his introductory press conference on April 9th of 2019, Cronin explained the importance of winning in Westwood. “It’s UCLA,” Cronin...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    April 1, 2021

NFL moves to a 17-game regular season

The National Football League (NFL) announced on Tuesday that they are moving to a 17-game regular season schedule starting in 2021 season. The owners voted to approve the change, which has been in the making for at least the past year. As part of...

 

ORL vs LAC IV

One of the main reasons the Clippers are in third place in the tough Western Conference is the play of reserve guard Terance Mann. After the Clippers traded Lou Williams to Atlanta Mann has become...

 

DODGERS SINGLE-GAME TICKETS FOR MONTH OF APRIL TO GO ON SALE FRIDAY

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that single-game tickets for the month of April (excluding Opening Day) will go on sale this Friday, April 2 at 10:00 a.m. PT at Dodgers.com/Tickets. Fans are encouraged to visit the Dodgers’ Fan Safety...

 

Watch Culver City Centaurs to Play on Fox Sports West Friday

Culver City High School football is hitting the television airwaves this week. Fox Sports West has selected Culver City's Friday, April 2 football game versus Peninsula to be one of its...

 

Maggi Hodge is OVerLoadeD.

by Rachel Ganz 3/20/21: Today Mash Gallery held its indoor/outdoor Opening Reception for the talented painter Maggi Hodge. This solo exhibition runs from March 20- April 24, 2021 There was an outdoor...

 

Amphibian is the New Bunny

By Sarah Storkin, Observer Staff Writer The star of the latest Cadbury bunny commercial has been revealed and it's a frog. The candy company announced the winner of its 2021 Cadbury Bunny tryouts and...

 

SM Man with Cerebral Palsy Makes Film in 5 Days

by Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff "My parents were told to go on with their lives, without me." So begins Cody LaScala's story on the Napa, Intensive Therapy, website. On his first birthday, he was...

 

City Won't Evict its Tenants

By Jack Simon The Santa Monica City Council spent more than three hours at its Monday night meeting discussing an extension of the Rent Deferment Program that covers commercial tenants in city-owned...

 

No Kill Shelters in LA

Los Angeles has officially become a no-kill shelter city, making it the largest city in the country to do so, according to Best Friends Animal Society, the organization that gives the ratings. LA's save rate is now up to 90.4%, which is over the 90%...

 

Misdemeanors to Receive Mental Health Care

The Board of Supervisors approved a policy that those accused of misdemeanors and who have been found “incompetent to stand trial,” will receive community-based restoration treatment instead of jail-based treatment. Sheila Keuhl, who represents...

 

URB-E Hopes to Replace Cargo Vans with Bike Trailers

Last-mile delivery is in a state of change – if it was ever even settled. In major cities around the world, including New York City, some couriers have turned to bikes as an option. But bikes are limited. Santa Monica is one of the areas testing a...

 

3 Catalytic Converter Thieves Arrested

SMPD officers saw a male suspect standing in a carport peering into the rear window of a parked Honda Civic, the afternoon of Monday March 22nd. The two suspects were found in be in possession of...

 

LAFD Fights Fire On Venice Boardwalk

3/21: LA City Firemen put out another fire on the Venice Beach boardwalk Sunday night, close to where flames from a homeless encampment spread and destroyed a building on Ocean Front Walk earlier this year. The fire was reported near Ocean Front...

 

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