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Culver's Lucas O'Connor Signs Football Scholarship Offer

Lucas O’Connor, star quarterback of the 2011 Culver City High football team that went to the CIF Western Conference finals has signed a scholarship offer to play football at West Liberty University in West Liberty, West Virginia. West Liberty is a...

 

Quattrosound,

On Saturday, September 23 from 2 pm to 3a live musical performance by Quattrosound, an innovative ensemble will be presenting an inspiring and eclectic program of classical, Latin and jazz works at...

 

Walk with a Doc

The popular Walk with a Doc program turns its attention to the danger of the upcoming eclipse and will be held on Saturday August 19. The walk begins 8:45 am at Veterans Park At 8:45 am Dr. Jeff Penso will speak about the Dangers of the Eclipse....

 

Clippers Make Doc Rivers A Coach Only

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has decided that Doc Rivers should concentrate on coaching and has moved Lawrence Frank into the position of overseeing basketball operations. Rivers and Frank have a...

 

Baseball' s Don Baylor Dies At 68Cancer Claims Former Angels player and coach

At one time in his remarkable playing career Don Baylor played in the World Series three straight seasons. For three different teams. Baylor, who played for 14 different franchises, died Monday and...

 

BookArtsLA Presents L.A.'s first YART Sale

On Saturday, August 19 from 9 am to 2 pm at BookArtsLA 11720 Washington Place, Mar Vista (at McLaughlin) join in for our YART sale. Be the lucky recipient of someone else's impulse purchase. BookArtsLA is hosting a YART sale, a chance for artists to...

 

Culver City Centennial Celebration Upcoming Events Open to the Public

A list of upcoming events in support of the Culver City CentennialArtisan food and drink, family fun, and a behind-the-scenes look at Culver City’s history--this is just a taste of what is being offered by the Culver City Centennial this summer....

 

Issues and Eggs: Cannabis in Culver City Med Men's Morgan Sokol To Speak

Morgan Sokol of MedMen, a leading cannabis management and investment firm based in Culver City with operations and exposure across North America, will discuss the legalization of Cannabis in...

 

Services Held for Former Culver Police Officer Mark Stern

Mark Stern, 63, a former member of the Culver City Police Department passed away on Thursday in Danbury Hospital after succumbing to injuries sustained from a private plane crash on Sunday morning,...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    August 10, 2017

Sweet Joys Of Summer

Plein été. It's what the French call full summer. We're intensely in the middle of it. What's on your mind? Nothing, should be. Summertime, And the livin' is easy Fish are jumpin' And the cotton is...

 

Traffic Ticket Amnesty Program Has Ended

Did anybody at DMV, the courts or city hall tell us about the California traffic ticket amnesty program that expired on Monday, April 1? The program which started October 2015, eighteen months ago...

 

Culver High Grad Sutherland Dead at 67

Charles Stuart Sutherland, a 67-year resident of California and a 30-year resident of Morongo Valley, died July 20 in Palm Springs. The son of George Wesley Sutherland and Pegeen Nugent (Sutherland),...

 

Where There's Smoke............A Smoke Detector There Must Be

This year the City of Culver City was awarded an Assistance to Firefighters Grantto aid its citizens who lack working smoke alarms in their residences. This program will provide free smoke alarms to residents of single-family homes who cannot afford...

 

CCUSD Announces Appointment of Robert Quinn as New Assistant Superintendent of Business Services

CCUSD is proud to announce the appointment of Robert Quinn as the new Assistant Superintendent of Business Services. Robert Quinn currently serves as the Director of Information Technology for the...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    August 10, 2017

Rams To Begin Exhibition Games Against Cowboys

The 2017 season can't come soon enough for the Los Angeles Rams as they strive to quickly distant themselves from last season's unimpressive return to Southern California. The first step begins this...

 

Six Dodger Games Added To TV Schedule On Channel 5

Spectrum Networks announces it has reached an agreement to broadcast an additional six Dodgers games on KTLA 5 this season, beginning Tuesday, August 22 at Pittsburgh against the Pirates. KTLA,...

 

LAKERS SIGN VANDER BLUE

The Lakers have signed guard Vander Blue, it was announced by General Manager Rob Pelinka. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. Blue most recently competed for the South Bay Lakers of the NBA G League, where he averaged 24.8 points,...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    August 10, 2017

Sparks Need Road Wins To Stay at the Top

The Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA started a five-game road trip last Sunday with a 85-79 loss to the Dallas Wings. On Friday, (today) they take on the best team in the WNBA, the Minnesota Lynx at 5...

 

Pay to Park at City Hall

Council “Blesses” Public with First Hour for Free More than 20 years after the new city hall was opened, the leaders have decided to reach into the pockets of the citizens once again instituting paid parking in the lot under city hall. The City...

 

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