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Culver's Goin' Country

The Carl Verheyen Band, featuring renowned guitarist John Jorgenson, will play their unique blend of country, blues and rock music in the latest installment of Culver City’s Boulevard Music Festival on the City Hall courtyard July 19. The free...

 

CCUSD Deficit: $9 Million and Growing

Over five years, from 2011-2012 to 2015-2016, the Culver City Unified School District deficit spent $9 million more than it received in funding. If that wasn’t fiscally scary enough—hold on to...

 

Saint Paul of Culver City

By Sandra Coopersmith When it comes to hands-on involvement in helping the poor and homeless, Paul Ehrlich, whom I would definitely rate as one of the good guys, is no slacker. Every Saturday morning...

 

FBI Hunts Suspect in Local Bank Robberies

The FBI announced the person who to robbed the downtown Culver City Branch of Bank of America was linked to 3 more bank robberies over the weekend in the cities of Gardena, Norwalk & Pasadena....

 

Ryan McCartan Headlines World Premiere Musical 'Mutt House' at Kirk Douglas Theatre

World premiere of Mutt House - Ryan McCartan (recent Fox remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Disney Channel's Liv and Maddie, Off-Broadway's Heathers: The Musical) heads the cast of a fun and...

 

Culver City Shines in Final Passing League Tournament

On Saturday, the Centaurs returned for the tournament portion of the Bonita “Air Assault” passing contest with the officials determining the top seeds and who the Centaurs would play in the first round. The No. 1 seed was the Valencia Vikings...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    July 12, 2018

LA Football Club Stays Unbeaten at Home

It was night and bright lights for the Los Angeles Football Club's 4-1 entertaining win over visiting Orlando City SC to remain unbeaten at Banc of California Stadium. Goalkeeper Tyler Miller...

 

Culver Slates July 22 Potluck for Sister City

The Culver Sister City Committee will welcome high school students and chaperones from Iksan South Korea, one of Culver's international sister cities, for a potluck on July 22 at 4 p.m. in Carlson Park. All Culver residents are invited to meet the...

 
 By Olivia Thomas    News    July 12, 2018

My Day as A Blue Carpet Journalist

Olivia Thomas Age: 9 It was a bright and sunny day as I left my home in my dress from Nordstrom, and my golden shoes, to head to the Blue carpet premier for Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation. As...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    July 12, 2018

CORRECTION: Expectations of City Council too High?

Dear Editor, My parents always taught me that when you’re angry about something, you have to take a step back, sleep on it, and decide if you are still angry enough to say what you wanted to say....

 

Mitch Chortkoff Succumbs

Culver City Observer Editor and Sports Editor Mitch Chortkoff has died after a short illness. The announcement was made by Observer Publisher Stephen Hadland on Wednesday afternoon. Chortkoff covered...

 

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