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RENT CONTROL IS HERE

Culver City approved a temporary rent control measure early Tuesday. Despite objections for many apartment owners the freeze will be in place for twelve months. The vote was 4-1 with Vice Mayor Goran Eriksson opposing the move. As expected, the...

 

Council Debates Rent Freeze

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Culver High Teens Attacked at Culver Expo Station

Five Culver City High School teenagers were attacked Friday night at approximately 10 pm as they rode the Expo line home from the beach in Santa Monica. A second group of 15 teenagers also boarded...

 

Mayor Sahli-Wells Voices Support for Rent Freeze

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor Culver City has a dilemma on its hands when it comes to the possibility that its City Council will consider putting a cap on rent increase for the time being. With...

 

Community Owned Co+opportunity Celebrates 45 Years

LA County’s Only Community-Owned Organic Market Co+opportunity Celebrates 45 Years on Thursday, August 15. Co+opportunity Culver City will be offering free cake (vegan option available) and sample from 1pm – 3pm followed by meet the chefs...

 
 By Greg Goodyear    Sports    August 8, 2019

Culver High Football Training Camp Opens

Culver City High School football team opened fall camp this Wednesday. They are concentrating on conditioning and basics in their offense and defense. Head coach and Culver City Jahmal Wright want...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    August 8, 2019

LA Rams Preseason Underway

As the Los Angeles Rams were winding down their 2019 Training Camp at U.C. Irvine this past weekend, the front office was preparing to make a major announcement concerning the LA Stadium site in...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    August 8, 2019

LA Football Club Hosts New York Red Bulls Sunday

Los Angeles Football club has a commanding 10-point lead in the MLS Supporters' Shield race with 11 regular season matches remaining on their 2019 schedule. Last Saturday's 2-0 shutout over the New...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    August 8, 2019

Finley's Sports Roundup

Fall sports will start in a few weeks at Culver City High School, and that means it's a great opportunity for the Culver City community to support their local teams and at the same time be able to...

 

"Protect Culver City" PAC Formed

By Protect Culver City Political Action Committee On July 15, Culver City residents created a new PAC, Protect Culver City: an association of residents and business owners concerned with the current trajectory of our city council. Our beginnings can...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    August 8, 2019

LA Chargers Roster Grows Stronger

The NFL draft is frequently referred to as a crapshoot. But don't tell Tom Telesco that. Telesco is the General Manager of the Los Angeles Chargers and the architect of the current Chargers roster....

 

India Ends Kashmir Autonomy

By Preity Upala A 72-year wait is over today. Prime minister Narendra Modi of India has reversed the political blunder committed by Jawaharlal Nehru with regards to the state of Kashmir. It is a day that will be remembered as the day history was...

 

Fighting Prostate Cancer with Sound

Stephen Michaud enjoys watching – whether it's his grandkids on the baseball field or his favorite remodeling shows on HGTV. But there is one thing the Marina del Rey retiree did not want to watch:...

 

Del Mar Racetrack Opens

by Rachel Ganz On Wednesday July 17, 2019 31,276 well-dressed men in flashy suits, woman with lavish dresses and extravagant hats came to celebrate and watch the races "Where the Turf Meets the Surf"...

 

Lenny's Deli Closes in Westwood

Even a fifty year old restaurant is not safe in the era of food delivery apps. Or maybe it was the cockroaches that did Lenny's in. Lenny's Deli has announced that they will not be opening their...

 

West Basin Increases Grass Replacement Rebate

Beginning July 1, the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) will add one dollar to the popular Turf Replacement Program rebate offered by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD). The extra dollar, approved by the West...

 

EVICTED!

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The tug-o-war between the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum and the County of Los Angeles is officially over. Done. Wrapped up. Time to move on. For the past 13 ye...

 

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