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Articles from the September 23, 2021 edition

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Culver City Council Approves 'Soft Story' Retrofitting Ordinance

The Culver City Council has introduced and approved a seismic retrofit ordinance to address "soft story" buildings in Culver City. These buildings are wood construction that have soft, weak, open...

 

Centaurs battle La Serna after unexpected bye week

Sports all over the world are finding out that there is a secret and quiet opponent hiding just around the corner. That opponent is the coronavirus. The virus stopped Culver City high school's...

 

Keeping the Light of Resiliency Glowing

Cancer hasn't taken a "time out" because of the pandemic and must be addressed. Accordingly, the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills, which also includes the communities of Culve...

 

Culver CityBus to Roll Out Electric Buses Thanks to $5.2 Million Grant

The Culver City Council this week approved a roll out plan for the Culver CityBus to switch to 100% battery-electric buses by 2028. Boosted by a $5.2 million California grant, Culver CityBus is...

 

Culver City Seeking Input on Move Mobility Project

City officials are urging community members to take the MOVE Culver City Pre-Implementation Survey, which will close on October 11. The survey is intended to provide a baseline data set that shows how people currently get around the city, and the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 23, 2021

Yes, Culver City can and should educate more children!

If Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) is an excellent school district, if it’s why so many of us moved to this little village within a metropolis, then shouldn’t we strive to share our...

 

Garden Club to Hold Annual Fundraiser

The Culver City Garden Club will meet on Tuesday October 5 at7pm for their annual fundraiser. The club was founded in 1953 to share and promote gardening and plants and understanding their part in our better happiness. This is the only fundraiser...

 

More than 14,000 nurses ratify agreement with Dignity Health on four-year contract

The registered nurses are members of California Nurses Association and National Nurses Organizing Committee in California and Nevada. Last Friday night, registered nurses ratified a four-year contract with Dignity Health, announced the California...

 

ELEANOR OSGOOD

Eleanor Osgood, long-time resident of Culver City, died September 11, 2021. During her 75 years, she contributed to her community as a speech pathologist and as a volunteer who engaged others in the fascinating world of birdwatching and in restoring...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 03

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0): Tight end Rob Gronkowski has four touchdown receptions in his first two games and a total of 90 in 133 career games. Charger great Antonio Gates holds the record at 116...

 

Culver City girls varsity tennis team

The Culver City girls varsity tennis team from left to right, Cami Gagliardonne, Jordyn Ellison, Evann McDowell, Ruby Addie, Ella Visosky, Alba Navas, Hayden Wilson, Sarah Ashby, Robin Ackmann,...

 

Rams Captain Andrew Whitworth Announces "Big Whit Homes for LA Families" Program

After each home game at SoFi Stadium during the 2021 NFL season, Los Angeles Rams Tackle and team captain ANDREW WHITWORTH will make a $20,000 donation to help repair homes in his home state of Louisiana and move Angelenos facing housing insecurity...

 

Clash of the early season NFL Titans at SoFi

Sunday is Showdown at SoFi Stadium. The much-anticipated early season matchup between the undefeated Los Angeles Rams and the undefeated defending NFL Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers will finally...

 

UCLA faces Stanford and USC plays Oregon State Saturday

The UCLA Bruins will travel north to take on an improving Stanford team at 3 p.m. and the USC Trojans will host a 2-1 Oregon State team at the Coliseum at 7:30 p.m. Both games will be played on...

 

Chargers lose heartbreaker to Cowboys, battle Chiefs on Sunday

Some old habits are hard to break. In their first regular season game in front of actual fans, the Los Angeles Chargers suffered another last second heartbreaking loss, falling to the Dallas Cowboys,...

 

Ballmer breaks ground in Inglewood

An empty lot now stands in memory where the enticing aroma of Church's Chicken once wafted from the moribund restaurant on the Southeast corner of Century Boulevard and Prairie Avenue. Mouths will no...

 

The Paia Inn: Chic, Boutique, Beach Hotel, in Hip Maui Surf Town

The Paia Inn, a chic, boutique, beach hotel, is located in one of the hippest surf towns on Maui. This private oasis with North shore vibes will appeal to every traveler who wants to live like a local...

 

More Density Approved

By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer Just off his landslide win in the California recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill which "will ensure cities and counties are adequately re-zoning...

 

City to Refund 3,500 Street Sweeping Parking Tickets

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 9/17: The Santa Monica City Council agreed to refund 3,500 parking tickets that were issued between August 30 and September 3 because the city had told the public tickets weren't going to be given until the...

 

SM City Council Opposes Malibu's Plan to Split SMMUSD

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The Santa Monica City Council has gone on the record with its opposition to City of Malibu’s petition to split the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District into two separate districts. This morning, the...

 

County to Require Vaccine Proof

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 9/17/21 - Los Angeles County Health Department officials announced this week that they will be issuing a new Health Officer Order that will require vaccine verifications in order to enter bars, wineries breweri...

 

Dances With Films Festival 'The Art of Protest' Opening Night Film

By Rachel Ganz The 24th Annual Dances with Films Festival was held at the TLC Chinese Theaters in Hollywood, had an exciting opening night world premiere film 'The Art of Protest' on Thursday August 26, 2021. There was an opening night "Meet the Film...

 

LA Spike in Two Canine Illnesses

By Kacey Montoya, KTLA 9/16: A pair of diseases for dogs have pet owners and public health officials worried in Los Angeles County. Dr. Karen Ehnert, director of Veterinary Public Health for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, noted t...

 

Local Briefs

Homeless Vet Killed in San Vicente Encampment Here, local workers deliver aid to homeless veterans living on San Vicente. A suspect has been arrested after fatally stabbing another man at the San Vicente homeless encampment in Brentwood. Deputies...

 

Local Events by Chanin Victor

Heading into the last official weekend of summer and getting ready for fall y'all! There are so many fun options for things to do this weekend: LOCAL EVENTS in and around Santa Monica: Santa Monica's 'Secret Story tour' Digital Interactive...

 

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