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Culver City Names Kenneth Powell New Fire Chief

The City Council of Culver City has announced the appointment of Kenneth Powell as Culver City's next Fire Chief. Chief Powell began his career with the City of Culver City fire service in 1993 as a...

 

Westside Young Democrats Endorse Menthe

Darrel Menthe, an attorney and candidate for Culver City Council, has been endorsed by the Westside Young Democrats. In endorsing his candidacy this week, the Westside Young Democrats indicated that...

 

Chamber to Host Council Candidates Forum Sept. 15

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce will host an online City Council Candidates Forum next Tuesday, September 15, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. All eight candidates – who are running for three seats on the Ci...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 10, 2020

Praise for Zeidman

Dear Editor, We all grew up in Culver City and we graduated from Culver City High school in the past five years. Now, as adults and part of the Culver City community, we look forward to and expect...

 

Center Theatre Group Lays off more than Half its Staff

Less than three months after announcing its stages would have to remain dark through April, Center Theatre Group confirmed Friday that COVID-19 closures have forced the company to lay off 91 previously furloughed employees, a mix of full- and...

 

LAFC blanked by arch-rival Galaxy

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...

 

Rams Season Opener Preview: An Empty House

Nothing about the 2020 NFL season will be business as usual. The Los Angeles Rams deserve a premiere-style Hollywood christening for the official entrance of SoFi Stadium. Yet, when the Dallas...

 

Former local college football stars will see action on Sundays

The Bruins and Trojans will not play football this fall because of the coronavirus but that does not mean you won't see UCLA and USC players on the field playing professional football in the NFL....

 

ANTHONY DAVIS NAMED TO NBA ALL-DEFENSIVE FIRST TEAM

Anthony Davis has been named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team, it was announced today. It is the fourth time in his eight-year career that Davis has earned All-Defensive honors and marks his...

 

KAWHI LEONARD AND PATRICK BEVERLEY NAMED TO ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

The NBA announced that L.A. Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard and guard Patrick Beverley have both been named to the All-Defensive Second Team. This marks the sixth time in Leonard's career and third...

 

The Chiefs are favored to win the AFC West again

For a team that just won their first Super Bowl in 50 years, the Kansas City Chiefs never really got to celebrate. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Chiefs missed out on the celebratory tours...

 

Relaxed Parking Enforcement Extended Until October 5

In its effort to help people stay home and slow the spread of Covid-19, the City of Culver City will continue to relax parking enforcement until October 5, which will be subject to extensions as...

 

It is Time for Santa Monica to Reckon With its Deeply Racist Past (Meaning Yesterday); Police Funds Reallocated for Healing and Black Well being

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion The Santa Monica City Council on Tuesday will be presented with suggestions from The Black Agenda for ways to spend the $200,000 already earmarked in June for efforts to support racial justice. The Black Agenda is...

 

Fires Burn 3.1 Million Acres in California

Wildfires fueled by extreme heat and high wind spread further across California, Oregon and Washington on Thursday, destroying hundreds of homes and killing at least seven people. Fires have burned...

 

Halloween Cancelled, Covid Scarier

By David Ganezer On Wednesday, Los Angeles County Public Health Chief Dr. Barbara Ferrer cancelled Halloween. Ok, fine, not really. I mean, Ferrer is not really a Doctor, she just plays one on TV. In real life, Ferrer is a PhD in Critical Race...

 

Belmar Park Artwork Chosen

On August 25, Santa Monica City Council selected a name for Santa Monica's newest open space, Historic Belmar Park, which commemorates the site that was home to a thriving African American community...

 

Ferrer: "LA Schools Will Open After the Election"

Good news guys! After the Dems have successfully routed the Republicans, especially a certain very bad man with orange hair, the schools can reopen. Yay! KFIAM640 has obtained an audio recording of LA County Public Health Director Dr. Ferrer...

 

New Proposal for Miramar Hotel

A new proposal for a redesigned Miramar Sheraton hotel has been discussed by the Planning Commission. The commission will vote on the 600,000 square foot proposal next month. The project includes 100,...

 

Labor Day Crowds on SM Beach

By David Ganezer Despite warnings that a typical Labor Day Weekend with Los Angeles area temperatures well above 100, would lead to a second wave of Covid-19, a pile-up on the beach was evident on...

 

SMPD Seeks 3 Suspects in Assault on Elderly Woman

Police have released security camera screen grabs of 3 suspects who robbed an elderly woman, pushing her to the ground, on Sunday, August 20th. Video of the incident was widely seen on social media....

 

Your Tax Dollars Are Being Used to Torture Kittens

By Sabine Ganezer The Veterans' Affairs Laboratory divisions in Louisville, Cleveland, and right here in Los Angeles are conducting cruel "experiments" on cats and kittens. Healthy animals' spines are...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 01

1. Kansas City Chiefs (0-0): The Chiefs picked running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire from LSU with the last pick in the first round, shoring up a weakness at running back. The defending Super Bowl...

 

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

1. What is a Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Many of them infect animals, but some coronaviruses from animals can evolve (change) into a new human coronavirus that can...

 

City of Culver City Requirements for Face Coverings

Culver City and Los Angeles County residents are required to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth if you are working at, shopping at or visiting a grocery store, restaurant or most other...

 

Culver City Enforcing Covid-19 Public Health Rules for Businesses to Protect Residents, Workers, and Visitors

The City of Culver City is continuing its efforts to slow the spread of Covid-19 and protect public health and safety by ensuring local businesses follow all city and LA County public health...

 

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