Articles from the June 18, 2020 edition


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  • Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

    Jun 18, 2020
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    The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection, the County Health Department has reported. As of press time Wednesday, the number of local residents with Covid-19 rose to 176 cases, a 9% increase in the past 2 weeks. Deaths related to Coronavirus totaled 26 in Culver City. According to Public Health officials, 56 cases of Covid-19 and 11 deaths were reported at Marina Pointe Healthcare and...

  • Cantalini's Salerno Beach Restaurant

    Jun 18, 2020

    Celebrate Dad this Father's Day, Sunday, June21st at Cantalini's Salerno Beach Restaurant with a special lunch or dinner. Lots of great food, al fresco and dine-in options are available with a casual ambiance along with our great serve staff. All weekend long show Dad the love and treat him to a delicious dining experience.Start with an ice cold imported beer or any of our fine wines by the glass or bottle. Our Chef specials are created especially for Dad like our amazing Veal Chop finished with...

  • Peaceful Protest Planned For June 20th

    Sandra Coopersmith|Jun 18, 2020

    Monday morning, June 15th, as I prepared to engage upon my morning ritual of doing the LA Times crossword puzzle, I happened to glance at my horoscope: “You’ll suspect that you’re missing a vital obligation – to seize a chance at a different kind of happiness before the window closes.” Pretty cryptic, I thought. And then I remembered that the previous day I had sent The Observer a graphic provided by my neighbor, Pastor Michael Barrett, about a peaceful protest rally he and his wife, La’Kesia,...

  • 8 MINUTES, 46 SECONDS

    Sandra Coopersmith|Jun 18, 2020

    "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." When I took the citizenship exam at 18, my parents and I having emigrated from Canada to Los Angeles when I was 12, one of the questions I was asked was the origin of that quote. I correctly answered that it was in the preamble to the Declaration of Independence. And then came May 25,...

  • Culver City's 2020 Fiesta La Cancelled

    Jun 18, 2020

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent Los Angeles County Public Health orders regarding large gatherings, the City of Culver City has determined it must cancel this year's Fiesta La Ballona. This event was scheduled to be held during the weekend of August 21-23, 2020 at Veterans Memorial Park, at 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City. "Although COVID-19 safety precautions will keep us from holding this year's traditional Fiesta La Ballona, a virtual experience is in the works to make...

  • SANTA MONICA HIGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DEDICATES A VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE OF BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH FINALE TO ALL ESSENTIAL SERVICE PERSONNEL

    Jun 18, 2020

    High school students everywhere are facing cancelled end-of-year gatherings, graduations, and more, but the Santa Monica High School Symphony Orchestra decided to pivot and perform a portion of their international tour repertoire virtually. The students dedicated the Beethoven Fifth Symphony's triumphant finale to health care professionals and essential workers who are risking their lives to keep everyone safe. Recreating a symphony performance without the ability to gather was a challenge the...

  • Pandemic stops another promising season a Culver high

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Jun 18, 2020

    Spring high school sports were derailed all over the nation because of the pandemic and at Culver City high school it took down another promising season in girls' lacrosse. The score board reads Coronavirus 1, Spring Sports 0. The lacrosse team was 6-1 overall and 4-0 in league play when the season ended on March 11 with a 9-5 win over Downey. "Our team was really rolling so I think there was a lot of hope about how we were going to do by the end of the season," said head coach Emily Rogers in...

  • Exer Urgent Care in Culver City Offers Covid-19 Antibody testing

    Jun 18, 2020

    The FDA-authorized antibody test detects the presence of the virus through blood sample and identifies patients who have been exposed to or recovered from COVID-19. "This is the next step in understanding this virus and providing our communities with the highest level of testing," Dr. Brian Wilbur, Chief Medical Officer with Exer Urgent Care, told Patch. People who are interested in receiving an antibody test must receive a referral through Exer's VirtualCare portal or at an Exer clinic, Wilbur...

  • AllTogether LA: Serving Seniors, Saving Lives, Building Community

    Sandra Coopersmith|Jun 18, 2020

    "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." – Dr. Seuss The good doctor could have describing Lorena Camarena, President and Executive Director of AllTogether LA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit helping seniors stay home and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating grocery and medication deliveries. "Seniors can call our hotline, (323) 310-0411, leave a message, and we will connect them to background-checked neighbors whom we match by zip code...

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