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Articles from the September 9, 2021 edition

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CCPD Sends Crisis Team to Do Its Dirty Work

Culver City police avoided a messy situation in Trader Joe's bathroom this week. Alerted about a man who had locked himself in the market's restroom, flooded it and refused to leave, Culver City...

 

Centaurs lose to Cubs, battle Bulldogs Friday night

The 1-1 Culver City varsity football team will face another tough non-league game Friday when they take on the Pasadena High School Bulldogs at 7 p.m. This will be the Centaurs first home game of the...

 

Mixed-Media Sculpture Culver Current Extended for 2 Shows through Next Spring

Culver Current, a groundbreaking mixed media sculpture featured in the Dale Jones City Hall Courtyard, has been extended for a second year of exhibition, city officials said this week. Created by Los Angeles-based artist Nate Mohler, the stunning...

 

A Dose Of Laughter

By Christine Peake The HOLLIBLU " A Dose Of Laughter Gala' was a star studded night at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, where the jokes just kept on coming! The gala was to celebrate HOLLIBLU, an App...

 

Safety Culver City Celebrates Pedestrian Month

September is Pedestrian Safety Month and Culver City, through a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), is conducting a month-long celebration of active transportation with a focus on safety....

 

Ambush Shooting' Lands 1 Suspect in Hospital, 2 in Culver City Jail

Culver City police have arrested two people on attempted murder charges and one man on accessory charges in connection with an ambush shooting last month. One of the suspects was apparently shot by...

 

Culver City to Hold 911 Remembrance

Saturday on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the Culver City Police and Fire Departments will hold a remembrance ceremony at Culver City Fire...

 

9/11 20th Anniversary In New York City

At gatherings around the five boroughs on Saturday, New Yorkers will mark a solemn occasion: the 20th anniversary of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 that took nearly 3,000 lives. a large body of water...

 

Rams face the Bears on Sunday night

The Rams kick off the NFL's Sunday Night football game this Sunday when they take on the Chicago Bears at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood at 5:20 p.m. The game will be broadcast nationally on NBC. The Rams...

 

Centaurs hope to learn after losing to Loyola

Teams can learn a lot from a loss and Culver City's varsity football team is hoping correcting some of those mistakes will help them starting Friday night against Pasadena. "We definitely want to...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    September 9, 2021

Bruins roll over LSU Tigers during a picture-perfect day at the Rose Bowl

The early evening game at the Rose Bowl started with LSU head coach Ed Orgeron shouting at a taunting Bruin fan as he entered the Rose Bowl tunnel: "Bring your ass on, in your sissy blue shirt." By...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    September 9, 2021

Chiefs favored to win another AFC West Title

After five straight AFC West division titles, two straight appearances in the Super Bowl, and three consecutive AFC Championship games at home, it is difficult to bet against the Kansas City Chiefs. They just find a way to win the close games. So,...

 

Bill to Remove Racist Housing Deeds Approved by State Legislature

The California State Legislature has approved Assembly Bill 721 which removes exclusionary and racist provisions in housing covenants. "AB 721 is a crucial step in remedying California's painful...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 9, 2021

The Hospital Federal Lawsuit Has Cost Culver City $101,291.12 as of July 31

Dear Culver City Democratic Club and Editors: The Hospital’s federal lawsuit against the City has cost the City $101,291.12 in legal fees as of July 31, 2021. This case has Just gotten started and...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 9, 2021

Response from Culver City' City Attorney's Office For Public Records Request

Dear Mr. Ostrin: This letter is a follow up to my August 30, 2021 extension letter to you and in response to your August 20, 2021 request for City records under the California Public Records Act,...

 

Santa Monica to Hold 911 Memorial Remembrance

September 11 marks 20 years since the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., and Shanksville, PA. 2,977 perished that day. Of those killed, 343 were FDNY Firefighters and 71 were Law Enforcement...

 

CC Artist Laureate Alexey Steele Live Streams Portrait Sessions

Noted Culver City artist laureate Alexey Steele live streamed last weekend portrait sessions showcasing Culver City resident Rich Yamashita, leader of Marina Cub Scout Pack 79. It was the second portrait in the series, Love My Neighbor - Culver City...

 

Annenberg Yacht Race

Photos by Mary Leipziger By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer Annenberg Beach House conducted its 8th annual cardboard yacht races on Saturday. 47 teams participated. "For the eighth year, teams of...

 

Anti-Vaxxers Rile Covid Believers

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer 8/29: While there was a lot of prayer, it did not turn out to be the apocalypse by the sea that some predicted. Antifa or other opposing demonstrators did not...

 

Bears Take Over South Lake Tahoe

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer Who’s smarter than the average bear? South Lake Tahoe, a city of 22,000 people, has been evacuated due to the Caldor Fire. Caldor has burned 208,000 acres to...

 

85% of SMMUSD Students Registered For Weekly Covid-19 Testing

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Roughly 85% of families in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District have provided consent for weekly COVID-19 testing of their children, district officials announced yesterday. The remaining families must...

 

Curious Southern Right whale pushes paddleboard

9/3/21 (AFP): As the migration season of the Southern Right Whales gets underway in the Argentine Patagonia locals and visitors are thrilled by the curious animals coming ever closer to shore. On Tues...

 

Homeless Man Burglarized Same Store Three Times While Out on Zero Bail

By Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude In an example of the consequences of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon's zero bail policy, a suspect was able to break into and rob the same restaurant...

 

UCLA Doctor Warns on Parking Garage

Third Street Promenade property owner John Alle asked Dr. Lewis Simon, an infectious disease doctor from UC San Diego, currently working for Santa Monica's UCLA Health Center, to walk through the...

 

Local Briefs

LA Teachers Unions Wants Mandatory Vax for Kids A Los Angeles teachers union wants more stringent coronavirus guidelines for the nation’s second-largest school district. The Los Angeles Times reports, United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) “is...

 

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