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Westfield Sues LA County to Reopen Malls

The operator of the Westfield Culver City is suing Los Angeles County, seeking to reopen its malls and challenging the coronavirus shutdown in the region. In their court papers obtained this week,...

 

Tito's Handmade Vodka & Tito's Tacos Host Third Annual "Tito's Fiesta Mexicana

Austin-based Tito's Handmade Vodka and Los Angeles-based Tito's Tacos are teaming up for the third year in a row to host a 2020 version of Tito's Fiesta Mexicana on Sunday, October 4 to celebrate Nati...

 

CC Council Adopts Rent Control Ordinance; Measure B May Void It

The City Council this week formally adopted a new comprehensive rent control ordinance, offering strong tenant protections to more than 7000 renters in Culver City. However, the new law, which takes...

 

Culver City Seeking Public Input to Improve Traffic Safety

Culver City needs your input to improve traffic safety. Culver City is developing a comprehensive Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP) that will enable the City to determine potential traffic safety projects. “The plan’s goal is to identify traffic...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 1, 2020

LAFC shaken by the Earthquakes

Los Angeles Football Club has nine matches remaining in the season to right the ship before the 2020 MLS Playoffs begin on November 20. LAFC is currently mired in seventh place in the Western Conferen...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 1, 2020

Rams falter against Bills, hope to defeat Giants

Sometimes the football gods taketh way. The Los Angeles Rams were on the verge of their greatest comeback in team history... only to be denied by a late flag flying from the corner of the end zone....

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 1, 2020

Lakers use agility and power to win first game of the finals

He plan prances like a deer but he is more powerful than a locomotive. No it's not superman it's LeBron James. At the age of 35 James is still the best player in the world and arguably the best...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 1, 2020

Chargers head to Tampa Bay with a two-game losing Streak

The Carolina Panthers came to Los Angeles with a ten-game regular season losing streak. They left the city with their first victory since Week Nine of last season (Nov. 3, 2019 against the Titans), a...

 

Candace Parker Named WNBA Defensive Player of the Year

Los Angeles Sparks forward/center Candace Parker has been named the 2020 WNBA Defensive Player of the Year, the WNBA announced today. This is the first WNBA Defensive Player of the Year Award for...

 

Nneka Ogwumike Wins 2020 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award

Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike has been named the recipient of the 2020 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award, the WNBA announced today. This is the second straight Sportsmanship Award for Ogwumik...

 

DOC RIVERS DEPARTS L.A. CLIPPERS

Chairman Steve Ballmer and Doc Rivers have reached a mutual decision that Rivers will step down as head coach of the L.A. Clippers. "Doc has been a terrific coach for the Clippers, an incredible...

 

Black Lives Matter Leader Endorses Wesson

Black Lives Matter Los Angeles leader Dr. Melina Abdullah endorses Herb Wesson and speaks out against the smear campaign he is facing in the race for LA County Supervisor Lo LA City Councilman Herb We...

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 04

1. Kansas City Chiefs (3-0): The Chiefs were impressive in a 34-20 road win over the Ravens on Monday Night. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw four touchdown passes as the Chiefs established that...

 

LAX Noise Website Launched

In response to rising complaints about roaring jet noises over Los Angeles and Culver City, the operator of LAX has announced it launched an interactive website providing access to information about...

 

LET THERE BE LIGHT

One way or another, pandemic notwithstanding, the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills, which includes the communities of Culver City, Ladera Heights, View Park, Windsor Hills,...

 

City Council Approves Miramar Expansion Project

By Stan Greene Culminating a ten year struggle, the Santa Monica City Council approved a massive new development for the North East corner of Ocean Avenue and Wilshire Blvd on Tuesday night. The...

 

EPA Challenges Cal Ban on Gas Cars

By Sarah Storkin Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler warned California Gov. Gavin Newsom that his recent executive order to ban sales of new gas-powered vehicles by...

 

Drive In Dance Movie

By Jewels Solheim-Roe Westside Ballet of Santa Monica announces a drive-in film event for arts advocacy at the Santa Monica College Bundy Campus' East Parking lot, to be held Friday & Saturday,...

 

California Rents Decline

Rent prices continued to plunge across the U.S. last month, with San Francisco leading the decline, according to data from Zumper, a real-estate start-up. Los Angeles rents declined by 11% year over...

 

Dhun May - Candidate for School Board

by Observer Staff Dhun May immigrated to the US from India when she was nine years old. She is Zoroastrian, a minority religion in that country. She has an adult son who passed away named Daniel, and...

 

Target on 16th & Wilshire Opens October 25th

According to a sign on the door the former location of Staple's office supplies, will soon reopen as a Target city store. This is also reflected on the Staples.com Upcoming Stores page. The store, located at 16th Street and Wilshire near the Santa...

 

LAPD Seeks Bar Shooting Suspect

Police need help to identify two more suspects in a shooting at a Venice Beach sports bar. Police say a man and a woman were wounded last Wednesday while they were with family and friends in the outdoor patio of a sports bar on Washington Boulevard,...

 

Santa Monica Gives Parking Tickets

Preferential parking and street sweeping tickets were briefly suspended during Covid-19. But that's over. Street sweeping has started again, and will continue each first full week of each month. In...

 

Public Library Offers Pickup

The Santa Monica Public libraries (some of them anyway) are allowing patrons to pick up books curbside. The intention is for pickup to be contactless during Covid-19. "No appointments are necessary....

 

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