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Articles from the May 26, 2022 edition

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 By Fred Altieri    Sports    May 26, 2022

Angel City Dominant in Memorial Day Loss

To play soccer is to suffer. Angel City FC had a packed crowd of 18,784 at Banc of California Stadium on the edge of their seats with a sustained offensive blitz late in the second half but came up...

 

LA Gives Green Light to Large Development at La Cienega/Jefferson

A large mixed-use development proposed for a 3.5-acre site just on the outskirts of Culver City has received the green light for construction. Recently, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission...

 

Venice Postal Supervisor and Son Charged with Conspiracy Involving $5 Million of Stolen Money Orders

U.S. Postal Service employee Dewayne Morris Sr. and his son and namesake were charged in federal court with multiple felony counts of bank fraud and conspiracy in connection with the theft of $5 million in Postal money order forms, the Department of...

 

Linwood Howe Student Field Trip on Culver CityBus

On Wednesday, May 18, 20 first grade students from Linwood Howe rode Culver CityBus Line 7 for a Field Trip on Transit! Field trips on transit exposes students to public transportation using buses in...

 

El Rincon Wins National PTA Award

The National PTA has named El Rincon the winner of the 2022 Jan Harp Domene Diversity and Inclusion Award! El Rincon Elementary is the only individual school in the nation to be given this distinction...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    May 26, 2022

Angels City soccer plays San Jose Sunday

The dream start for Angel City FC continues to turn heads in Los Angeles and in the soccer world as they won their third game is four regular season matches. ACFC turned Banc of California Stadium...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    May 26, 2022

Culver City high School girls were born to run

Six Culver City high school girls will be running in one of the top track and field State Meets in the nation when they step on the track at Buchanan high school in Clovis, California Friday evening d...

 

LEBRON JAMES NAMED TO ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James has been named to the All-NBA Third Team. The selection marks the 18th consecutive All-NBA honor of his career, extending an NBA record for most selections in...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    May 26, 2022

A Single Morning Snapshot

A homeless man sleeps on the corner of 6th St. and Calif. Ave. Opinion By John Alle May 13, 2022 - The Ambassador program is a waste, and in the words of Councilmember Phil Brock, DTSM, Inc. itself...

 

Safe Place for Youth

Safe Place for Youth, 6th Annual Gala at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel, Santa Monica on Thursday June 9 to raise vital funds to provide a caring connection and housing for 1,000 unhoused and at-risk...

 

State Budget Surplus $100B

By David Ganezer “The continued prosperity of California’s richest taxpayers is filling state coffers with a $97.5 billion surplus, bringing the state’s next budget to a record $300 billion, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday,” writes the LA...

 

Florida Panther Mom and Kitten Reunited

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - Reunited, and it feels so good. A 4-month-old Florida panther kitten was reunited with its mother in southwest Florida after a search that took nearly three months, local TV...

 

Local Briefs

Venice High School Locked Down Venice High School was temporarily locked down Friday morning following reports of a weapon on campus. Los Angeles Unified School District police were called to the school located at 13000 Venice Boulevard around 10...

 

Massive Block Apts on Lincoln are Empty

By David Ganezer What was built on the former Norms restaurant site at Colorado and Lincoln Blvd at a cost of $40 million, is five stories tall and is pretty much devoid of people? Convinced that...

 

The Mailbox Only Rings Twice

By David Ganezer Photo: Woman pushes a baby stroller past the US Postal Service dropbox, just reinstalled in front of Will Rogers Station on Wilshire near Euclid. Thank God for life's little...

 

Villeneuva Prayer in Campaign Ad

By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer Alex Villanueva is responding to controversy surrounding a campaign ad filmed in a local church. In the ad, the candidate and incumbent LA County Sheriff prays...

 

Bikini Brawl Goes Viral

The LAPD responded after a 911 call reported a group of people fighting just north of the Venice pier on Wednesday, May 18th. A video going viral on social media (Twitch has the video); shows one of t...

 

Sherlock Holmes, Charles Dickens, and the SM Police Dept.: Jones of the Bay Review by Sabine Ganezer of a book by Peter Borresen

Concentrating on the ridiculous foibles of the rich and famous on the streets where they earn their political-correctness tickets, this book tastes like a cool drink of cage-free, paleo-friendly...

 

Mash Gallery Grand Opening

By Christine Peake, Peakeprgroup.com 5.18: Mash Gallery successfully opened it's new location doors this past weekend and hundreds of the Los Angeles art community were on hand to admire the stunning...

 

Have a "Juber"lant Memorial Day weekend with master guitarist Laurence Juber

This Memorial Day weekend, May 28, Laurence Juber, guitarist extraordinaire, will be making a special solo acoustic appearance at McCabe's Guitar Shop in Santa Monica. First internationally recognized...

 

Coping Creatively Through POPS Clubs

Enlightening, thought-provoking, intriguing, profound, insightful, funny, heartbreaking, hopeful, inspiring – you name it. That describes Dear Friends, which was published in April and is the...

 

Jefferson Blvd. Post Office Closing May 27, Relocating 2 Miles Away

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that it is closing its post office at 11111 Jefferson Blvd. on May 27 and relocating it two miles away to the Fox Hills area. Five years ago, the Postal Service...

 

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