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Articles from the July 4, 2019 edition

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Another Piece of Culver City History is GONE WITH THE WIND

Profiles in History announced the sale of the iconic grand entrance from Tara, The O'Hara Plantation in Gone With The Wind. It fetched $120,000. In addition, a collection of facade elements from Tara, sold for $42,000. On June 27th Joseph Maddalena...

 

Roland Cruz Named Chief Transportation Officer

The City of Culver City announced that Rolando Cruz will be the City's next Chief Transportation Officer. He is currently the Chief Operations Officer of Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus. Rolando began...

 

Earthquake Hits China Lake Area in California

At 6.4 earthquake hit California Thursday morning at 10:33 PDT in Searles Valley. Culver City Police and Fire Department report no damage in the city. An even like this triggers CCFD to immediately...

 

Live Interview with Cold War Expert Paperny

Vladimir Paperny will be interviewed on Sunday July 7 from 2-5pm at the Wende Museum about his book, Age of Stalin: Culture Two, and Los Angeles He. will shed light on the ways Cold War history...

 

Harbor Cruises in Marina Del Rey

The Marina Del Rey calendar published in the Log described the KJAZZ Champagne Saturday and Sunday Cruises throughout the year. Harbor views, live music, brunch buffet. (hornblower.com/home/mdr)....

 

Vacancy Taxes: California's Latest Crazy Idea

By Jon Coupal This column has frequently recounted how ideas coming from California’s progressive politicians are not just destructive, but also how most result in outcomes diametrically opposite of what the left actually thinks they will have....

 

Disputes Claim on Teacher Salaries

Dear Editor: In the recently approved California Budget for fiscal 2019-’20, Governor Newsome proposed a modest 3.7% increase in the state’s per/pupil funding bringing it to $12,003. On the occasion, Newsome stated, “But it’s not enough....

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    July 4, 2019

LA Football Club Heads to Kansas City After Colorado Loss

Still smarting from a 1-0 defeat to the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park last Friday, LAFC travels further east to try and rebound at Sporting Kansas City this Wednesday. The Black and...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    July 4, 2019

NBA Teams Work to Complete the Puzzle

NBA Free Agency is like putting a puzzle together. For the thirty NBA teams, it can just be finding that missing piece. Or there can be many missing pieces. Or maybe, the puzzle needs to be...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    July 4, 2019

Sparks Even Their Record with two Straight Wins

After losing four games in a row the Sparks are on a two games winning streak going into Sunday's game at the Staples Center against the Washington Mystics at 2 p.m. They are 6-6 in the very...

 

Culver Police Support Culver City Students

On April 7, 5 members of the Culver City Police Department participated in a half marathon in Century City to remember Culver City Police Sergeant Massey. Massey was tragically killed by a wrong...

 

Baker of Culver City Makes Dean's List

Karina Baker of Culver City was named to the Dean's List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2019 Spring Semester. Baker is in the sociology and anthropology program. Rochester Institute of Technology is home to leading creators,...

 

Fake Edison Employee Threatens Homeowner

A man pretending to be an employee of Southern California Edison approached this residence near the corner of Overland and Virginia Avenues. After ringing the doorbell, the resident answers and the...

 

The Politics of Pastrami: Fromins Turns 40

By Sterling Roberts If you live in Santa Monica, you know Fromin's. Whether you're a regular at the deli or someone who simply drives past the restaurant on the way to work, you have most likely heard...

 

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