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 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 31, 2018

Brown Act Violation?

The City Attorney of Culver City this week addressed the controversy that was sparked at the City Council installation and the alleged Brown Act violation. In a carefully worded statement, the city...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    May 31, 2018

Smart And Spicy

By Carole Bell Do you know what Garifuna is? It's the most unusual film festival I've ever been to. This weekend, try to go to GIIFF, the Garifuna International Indigenous Film Festival. You are...

 

Longtime Culver Resident Robert (Bob) C. Plaice Dies

Robert (Bob) C. Plaice, age 79 died in Auburn, Ca on May 5, 2018. Born September 3, 1938 in Salinas, Ca. Bob was one of five boys born to Ralph and Phyllis Plaice. Bob was a member of the Navy serving during the Korean War. He graduated from Culver...

 

Summer Water Polo Classes for Kids

Come have a blast learning water polo: a beginning class starts June 19, and meets two hours every Tuesday and Thursday for eight weeks. The class incorporates incorporating swimming skills, safety,...

 

New Principal for La Ballona Elementary School

Luis Ramirez will be the new Principal of La Ballona Elementary School. The announcement by CCUSD also named Vanessa San Martin as CCUSD'S Director of Child Development. Both appointments were...

 

Commencement Ceremony at West LA College

West LA College will create history June 5; when it gives more degrees than any other community college in California. Guest speakers include State Senator Holly Mitchell; Assembly member Sydney...

 

Marijuana Taxes So High, Users Might Seek Former Providers

If you are into Gospel Music than you need to get to the California African American Museum in Exposition Park before August 26th, 2018 to see “How Sweet the Sound”. The museum uses vintage...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    May 31, 2018

CC High Honors Athletes of the Year

The best and the brightest senior student athletes from Culver City High were honored at the school’s 2017-18 Athlete of the Year Awards. Hundreds of people participated in the banquet, including...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    May 31, 2018

LA Chargers: New Schedule and Hopes

The Los Angeles Chargers will begin their second season in Los Angeles in a much different place than they did one year ago. At that time, coming off a 5-11 season in 2016, Vegas prognosticators picked the Chargers to finish last in the AFC West in...

 

Elegant ... Empowered ... Exciting!

By Sandra Coopersmith "Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future." Coco Chanel To find vibrant,...

 

Kids Visit to Melania at White House

A Girl's View By Colette Presant Kid Scoop Media My name is Colette and I am 10 years old. I am reporting for Kid Scoop Media. I flew to Washington D.C. to go to the White House to attend 'BE BEST' a...

 

Senator Mitchell Endorses O'Leary for Board of Equalization

State Senator Holly Mitchell has endorsed Micheál [Me-Haul] O'Leary in his bid for the Board of Equalization, District 3, weeks prior to the June 5th State Primary Election. "Micheál O'Leary has...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    May 31, 2018

CC High Baseball: CIF Wild Card Playoffs

For the second time in the past four years, Culver City High baseball ended its playoff season at Palos Verdes High. Once again, the final resting place overlooked the beautiful Pacific Ocean moments...

 

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