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Jogger shot and Robbed in Culver City

Culver City police are searching for a robber who shot and seriously wounded a Culver City man while he was out for a jog late Wednesday night. Police believe the victim's cell phone was stolen. The...

 

City Council to Consider Changes In Police Funding at June 15 Meeting

Following nationwide calls to defund police departments, the Culver City Council has decided it will tackle that controversial issue at its next meeting on June 15. Across the country, many cities...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    June 11, 2020

Which NFL team will take a chance on Colin Kaepernick?

In the 2016 NFL season, Quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeled before games during the national anthem to protest racial injustice and police brutality. It was seen by many as disrespecting the flag....

 

Covid Deaths Top 20 in Culver City

Twenty residents in Culver City have died from COVID-19, including 10 in nursing homes, the County Health Department reported this week. As of press time Wednesday, the number of local residents with...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    June 11, 2020

NBA early draft and early entries are stuck in limbo

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused shut down and delays all over society. The NBA has been shut down since March 11th and that has caused a delay for college basketball players that are early entrants...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    June 11, 2020

Keeper of the field is also a very good baseball coach

What's the best kept athletic secret at Culver City High School? It's the baseball field at the southwest end of the campus. It's hidden behind a canvas fence covering. When you walk through one of...

 

Mosque Prayers Last 2 Minutes And Are Important to Our Community

By Rabeeya Mayet My name is Rabeeya and I am an American Muslim born and raised in Culver City. If you would please read this and do a story on this the Muslim community of Culver City would really...

 

Some Residents Object to Call to Prayer

By Samuel Alioto For over 1,000 years, Muslims have relied on the human voice to call the faithful to prayer. It's become tradition that wherever a mosque is built, there is a place for the muezzin, or prayer caller, said Aslam Abdullah, a Muslim...

 

First Time in 48 Years: Westside Ballet Spring Performance & Soiree to Honor Patricia Neary May 15th at the Broad Stage Postponed Indefinitely

By Jewels Solheim-Roe For forty-seven years, Westside Ballet of Santa Monica's Biannual Spring Performances and Nutcracker Seasons have delighted Los Angeles audiences and served as a premier...

 

Westside Ballet Socially Distances

by David Ganezer It's 2020, and all sorts of arts and educational programs are looking for ways to continue teaching, in a time of social distancing. Santa Monica's Westside Ballet has some brave and...

 

Change & Save Water Conservation Program

In February, West Basin Municipal Water District launched Change & Save, a water conservation program designed to assist communities in West Basin's service area that have historically lower...

 

City Launches Emergency Food Drive

Culver City has launched an emergency relief food drive and is asking the public for help, citing seniors and people with medical conditions. “With many neighbors in our community over the age of 65 and/or with underlying medical conditions who...

 

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