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Culver City Officer Saves Baby

A California police officer is being hailed as a hero, for quick action which save the life of a baby was choking. Culver City police officer Brian Cappell is being hailed a hero for saving the life of a nine-month-old baby who was choking. Cappell...

 

Jon Anderson and Fab Four Headline at Saban

Two concerts that you don't want to miss are landing at The Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. On April 26, living legend Jon Anderson, former lead singer, songwriter, and co-founder of Yes will be...

 

Cyberlink Debuts its First Interactive Pop-Up AI Museum at LA Times Festival of Books

Reflecting a fast-evolving world of modern and personalized storytelling beyond the traditional book form, multimedia software provider will be at the University of Southern California (USC) and...

 

Culver City Sales Tax 10.25%

The new sales tax took effect in Culver City along with 50 other cities in California effect as of Monday, April 1. Sales tax in Culver City jumped from 10 percent to 10.25 percent. Culver City hiked up 0.25 percent. Culver City's sales tax is now th...

 

HBO Headquarters Coming to Culver City

The cable network giant will move its corporate headquarters in Santa Monica to the Ivy Station mixed-use development in Culver City when Ivy Station finishes construction in 2020. HBO will occupy...

 

Culver City Public Theatre Launches Season

Saturday night saw a glamorous start to Culver City Public Theatre's brand new season of three shows, with a red carpet premiere of "The Wonderful World of Dissocia" by British playwright Anthony...

 

Winter Writing Contest Winner

3rd Place: This Week We feature the 3rd Place Winner The Culver City Observer believes that a fundamental part of life is learning how to write. Last week we featured the first-place winner. This...

 

City Provides Emergency Water Storage Systems

April is Earthquake Preparedness Month. Culver City is offering Emergency Water Storage Systems for purchase at a discounted cost. In honor of "April is Earthquake Preparedness Month," Culver City’s WATER FIRST program will once again be offered...

 

Culver City to Host Compost Giveaway

To kick off International Compost Awareness Week (May 5-11), Athens American Organics and the Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Division (EPO) are teaming up to provide free compost! The event will be held on Saturday...

 

Free Seminar Educates Teens About Pregnancy Prevention

Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles continues its commitment to educating teens and their parents about pregnancy prevention, peer pressure, birth control options, making healthy and responsible choices, and sexually-transmitted diseases with its...

 

Free College/Trade School for CCHS Students

A unique program announced this week, every Culver City High School students in the Class of 2020 will have the opportunity to apply to at least one four-year college or trade school at no cost to them. This program, funded by through the Culver City...

 

5 Ways You Can Fight For The Environment

Climate change continues to draw attention globally, from governmental debates on pollution solutions to people protesting against a lack of action. In Europe, teenage girls and young women are leading a large student environmental movement, and...

 

Play Focuses on Hidden Family Secrets

A ferociously dark and hilarious new comedy by award-winning playwright John Bunzel (63 Trillion, Death of a Buick). When a famous writer dies under mysterious circumstances, family and friends gather in his cabin on a remote island in the Puget...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 11, 2019

Centaurs Blank Against El Segundo

Ocean League Baseball 2019 is not a picnic. For the first time all season Culver City High baseball took a pretty good one on the chin. Visiting El Segundo High thrashed the Centaurs, 9-0, on Tuesday...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    April 11, 2019

UCLA Softball Puts the Spotlight on Minor College Sports

When people talk about UCLA sports the first thing that comes to mind is their men's basketball team and the second thing in the conversation is football. Both of those programs are struggling but...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 11, 2019

LA Football Club Deal Shutout to D.C. United

LAFC reaffirmed its flying start in the 2019 MLS season with a very credible 4-0 shutout over D.C. United last Saturday afternoon at Audi Field. Even with an unsatisfying second half, first place...

 

Guest Commentary

By Jon Coupal Every day it seems like the California Legislature careens further off the rails, and we’re not just talking about the state’s infamous high-speed rail project. The rapidity of tax increase proposals that would punish both citizen...

 

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