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Appeals Court Ruling May Ease Booming Jet Noises Over Culver City

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has recently issued an order that the FAA must fully comply with all applicable federal environmental laws in regard to three flight paths for arriving aircraft at L...

 

Another El Trafico Shutout Loss for LAFC

One step forward, one step back. For the second time in two weeks Los Angeles Football Club was blanked by arch-rival L.A. Galaxy. This time it was a 3-0 clean sheet by the Galaxy on a warm Sunday...

 

Culver City Suing Gym for Indoor Sessions

The city of Culver City is suing a gymnastics school and its owner-operator for allegedly offering indoor sessions in violation of health orders aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus, which...

 

Police Nab 2 Suspects in Armed Robbery

At 4:10 p.m. last Saturday, Culver City police received a call about an armed robbery in the Pier One Imports parking lot at 11140 Jefferson Blvd., near Sepulveda Boulevard. Police officials said the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 3, 2020

Our Nest Eggs Are For Retirement

As local property owners, we have enough worries about our own properties. We shouldn’t have to worry about how much our homes’ equity has grown in market value. For most of us, the more our...

 

"Thank You" Culver City Residents and Business Owners

The Culver City Police Officers Association wants to thank the hundreds of residents and business owners in Culver City who came out and showed their support for the Culver City Police Department at the “Defend, Don’t Defund” rally in front of...

 

LAFC Suffers in El Trafico 8

El Trafico never fails to deliver. This time the derby gave LAFC a one-two punch in their own house. Not only did the favored Black and Gold lose 2-0 at home to cross-town nemesis, the L.A. Galaxy,...

 

Scrimmage and Training Continues for Rams

As the Rams prepare for the start of the 2020 NFL Season, fourth-year head coach Sean McVay fields multiple questions from the media practically everyday. A football junkie since his youth, he has a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    September 3, 2020

Chargers lose Derwin James for the season

If it were not for bad luck, they would have no luck at all. That could be one way to describe the Los Angeles Chargers. For the second straight season, star defensive back Derwin James failed to...

 

LAFC wake-up call against Seattle Sounders

"What, me worry?" Despite losing consecutive league matches to drop into a sixth-place tie in Major League Soccer'shighly competitive Western Conference, there is no panic in LAFC-ville. Yet, the 3-1...

 

Chargers and Rams move closer to opening their seasons

The Chargers and the Rams are getting ready for their season openers on September 13. The Rams will host the Cowboys in their $5 Billion SoFi Stadium and the Chargers will travel to Cincinnati for...

 

Culver City high school swim coach has all hands on deck

Culver City high school varsity swim coach experienced a first year last spring that was one for the ages. Peter Egan’s hopes for a great season turned into disappointment because of the...

 

SM Moves Against Airbnb

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude Declaring they were "building community," the Santa Monica City Council voted on additional rules to try forcing out Airbnb-type rentals. Under the new law,...

 

SMRR, SM Forward Endorse Incumbents

By Leanord “Guzz” Brophy IV If you want to win a political race in this city, you’re probably going to need the support of Santa Monicans for Renters’ Rights, better known as SMRR, or face a tough uphill battle. At its recent online...

 

SMC Students Learn Alone and At Home

by David Ganezer Santa Monica college has begun its Fall Semester with students at home. Classes are attended online, and yes, some instructors do take roll. "With the exception of nursing and...

 

Bonin Blames Police for Fiscal Crisis

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude On Wednesday, Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin published an editorial in the LA Times and sent out an email blasting the police union for refusing to take a pay...

 

State and US Eviction Moratoriums

The passage of a new California eviction ban and the surprise announcement of a federal policy preventing evictions may have some residents wondering which policies can help them stay in their homes....

 

UC's May Not Use SAT's During Covid

The Superior Court has ordered the University of California system not to use SAT and ACT test scores in making admissions and awarding scholarships. The Judge wrote that students with disabilities...

 

Woman to Swim 27 Miles Across SM Bay

A 24-year-old Culver City native will attempt to swim the 27-mile length of the Santa Monica Bay Wednesday. Abigail Bergman has been swimming two to three hours a day and as many as eight hours on...

 

Santa Monica Flexes its Bully Muscles Yet Again with Threat to Cut Off Power to "Party Houses"

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude On Monday, the City of Santa Monica issued its 22nd Local Emergency Supplement, that is, yet another order restricting citizens' rights. This time, the city...

 

Tiger Woods and Upper Deck Team Up for Labor Day Weekend

Officially, Labor Day is a time to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers. Like apple pie, Labor Day sales have become an institution in the United States. This weekend,...

 

YOUTH HEALTH CENTER OPEN FOR SERVICES

The Sandy Segal Youth Health Center, located on the campus of Culver City High School and Culver City Middle School, is continuing to offer quality, affordable critical care even though the building is currently closed due to the pandemic. Venice...

 

MCMORRIN WINS HEART OF LA DEMOCRATIC CLUB'S ONLY COUNCIL ENDORSEMENT

Yasmine-Imani McMorrin was thrilled when she heard the Heart of LA Democratic Club (HLADems) had voted to officially endorse her campaign for Culver City Council. She was even more honored to learn...

 

Los Angeles Dodgers Dustin May, sensation out of Texas has been showing some real promise so far this 2020 season.

Los Angeles Dodgers right-handed pitcher, Dustin May, the 22-year-old young sensation out of Texas has been showing some real promise so far this 2020 season. Fortune struck for May on Opening Day...

 

Laughing Past the Graveyard

Burbank Covedy Festival Promotes Laughter During the #covid19 #Coronavirus Pandemic By Rachel Danielle Ganz "The 7th Annual Burbank CoVedy Festival " is the first exclusively virtual global comedy...

 

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