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Articles from the August 19, 2021 edition

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CCPD Officers Use Naloxone to Revive Fentanyl Overdose Victim

Culver City police offers used Naloxone last week to revive an unconscious man "who overdosed on fentanyl" in a local motel, authorities reported. The officers received a call around 2 a.m. on August...

 

Culver City To Require All City Personnel, Volunteers to be Vaccinated for Covid-19

In order to protect the health and safety of its workplaces. as well as curb the spread of COVID-19 in the community, Culver City has announced that it is establishing a mandatory vaccination policy f...

 

Weekend Getaways in California

By Chanin Victor Experience quintessential California living at this destination resort where rest and recreation go hand in hand! The Quail Lodge and Golf Club is a beautiful, luxury hotel in...

 

Culver City Police To Increase DUI Enforcement for Next 2 Weeks

As families and friends prepare to celebrate the end of summer and the upcoming Labor Day, the Culver City Police Department is reminding everyone to stay safe by choosing a sober way to travel on...

 

Culver City School District Mandating Vaccines for Staff and Eligible Students

The Culver City Unified School District announced this week that it is mandating vaccines for all staff and eligible students, possibly becoming the first school district in California to issue such...

 

Sony Pictures Closes $1.175 Billion Deal to Buy Crunchyroll Anime Service

Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. announced it has completed the $1.175 billion acquisition of the anime streaming service Crunchyroll. The deal, inked on August 10, provides the opportunity for...

 
 By Steve Finley    News    August 19, 2021

Former Culver City resident touches greatness with a book for the ages

Former Culver City resident Ted Sobel dives into sports and entertainment history with a book that touches the soul of baby boomers, sports enthusiasts of all ages and historical entertainment buffs....

 

Metro Seeking Public Input on Plan To Turn Diamond Lanes into Toll Lanes on 405 Through Sepulveda Pass

Metro is seeking public input on a plan to convert the diamond lanes on the 405 freeway into toll lanes through the Sepulveda Pass. Two weeks ago, Metro and Caltrans began the scoping process for a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    August 19, 2021

Charger rookies shine during their win over the Rams

After a year-long wait, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams have finally played a game in SoFi Stadium in front of actual fans. In the first preseason games for both teams this season, t...

 

Four takeaways from the Rams training camp

After watching the Los Angeles in training camp last week at UC Irvine here are a few things I noticed about the 2021 team. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford looked aggressive and capable in this...

 

Culver City football teams face a tough 2021 schedule

The Centaurs open the regular season against West Torrance on the road on Friday, August 27, at 7 p.m. Their next game is Friday, September 3, at home against always strong, Loyola of Los Angeles at...

 

It's time for Carmelo to join the Lakers Super team

When Carmelo Anthony was introduced to the media last week after signing a one-year contract he was smiling and confident that his newest role is a great fit for him and his new teammates. Anthony felt it was time to join forces with his longtime...

 

14 Year Old Swims Length of Lake Tahoe

8/10 (AP) A 14-year-old California boy has become the youngest person to swim the entire 21.3-mile length of Lake Tahoe and complete the alpine lake's coveted Triple Crown. James Savage of Los Banos...

 

Artist Fellowships Presented to 5 Santa Monica Residents

By Jack Simon Five local artists have been awarded grants from the Santa Monica Artist Fellowship program. Two artists were presented with $16,000 Artist Fellowships while three received $4,200...

 

BBB Adds Express Service on Pico.

Big Blue Bus (BBB) is launching a new express service – Express 7 – that will provide limited stop service to major destinations, including Downtown Santa Monica and Santa Monica College, and connect to Metro Rail’s E Line and D Line. Express...

 

Court Bans 'Poly-MVA' Pet Products

By Stan Greene A federal court has ordered a California company and its owner to stop distributing unapproved and misbranded drugs and adulterated animal drugs which they "claimed could cure, treat...

 

Eugenia Kuzmina Wows At Red Carpet Premiere of 'The Elevator.

By Christine Peake Stunning actress and supermodel Eugenia Kuzmina walked the red carpet to celebrate the release of her new movie 'The Elevator' which she stars in with actor Eric Roberts and comedia...

 

Jamie Spears Quits Britney Conservatorship

AP, 8/13: Britney Spears' father has agreed to step down as his daughter's conservator, according to legal papers filed Thursday in response to the singer's petition for his suspension from the role....

 

Local Briefs

LA Times Endorses Kevin Falconer for Gov. The Los Angeles Times has endorsed former San Diego Mayor Kevin Falconer for governor, in the Sept. 14th recall election. The paper first tells people to...

 

SMPD Arrest Catalytic Convertor Thief

By David Ganezer Santa Monica Police have caught a 28 year old Los Angeles man in the act of stealing a catalytic convertor from a pickup truck. "On August 12, 2021 at about 5:35 AM," Spokesman Lt....

 

Venice in Crisis Over Homeless

By Bloomberg News. Venice Beach is in a crisis over what to do about homelessness, reports Bloomberg News. There is growing consensus among leaders that something needs to be done. While their...

 

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