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Articles from the October 7, 2021 edition

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 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 7, 2021

Centaurs defense corrals Mustangs in important Bay League win

Coaches say offense wins games but defense wins championships. If that's the case Culver City's 16-9 victory over a good Mira Costa team last Friday night at Culver City maybe their stepping stone to...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 05

1. Arizona Cardinals (4-0): Quarterback Kyler Murray is officially the early MVP favorite after another impressive performance, this time at SoFi Stadium against the Rams. The Cardinals lead the NFL...

 

Kentwood Players Presenting 'Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike' at Westchester Playhouse

Kentwood Players has announced the re-opening of the newly-refurbished Westchester Playhouse with the presentation of "VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE," a comedy by Christopher Durang. The play, w...

 

Culver City Car Show

The 17thCulver City Car Show last weekend was a big sucess with hundreds of car owners showing off their vehicles and thousands of fans attending to show held at West L.A. College. Put on by the...

 

Tito's Tacos Fiesta Mexicana

Tito's Tacos Fiesta Mexicana was briefly interrupted by a passing thundershower. Festivities resumed with signature Tito's Tacos and Tito's handmade Vodka being served. Entertainment was provided by...

 

'Sideshow' in Culver City Draws Strong Warning from Police Chief

Culver City Police Chief Manuel Cid has issued a statement following last Sunday's dangerous automotive "sideshow" in the city, saying anyone involved may be arrested and their vehicle impounded. At...

 

Move Culver City Construction to Start October 11

Construction on the Move Culver City Project will start on October 11 and run through November 19, city officials said this week. The work includes the removal of existing striping, installation of new striping, installation of bus and bike...

 

Residents Launch Effort to Recall Mayor Fisch, Vice Mayor Lee

Observer Staff Story Mark Salkin, a local Realtor and attorney, has launched an effort to recall Mayor Alex Fisch and Vice Mayor Daniel Lee, stating they "are not listening to the community." Salkin...

 

Stephen Michael Kelly, 1950 - 2021

May 25, 1950 – Vietnam Veteranber 5, 2021 Stephen Michael Patrick Kelly was a big man in many ways. Not just physically but in his love of life, friends, and family. The biggest part of Steve was his heart as can be evidenced by the outpouring of...

 

Culver City Art Walk and Roll Festival Slated for October 9

The Culver City Arts District and Arts District Residents Association will present this year’s Art Walk and Roll Festival on Saturday, October 9, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Washington Boulevard will be closed to traffic so festival attendees can enjoy...

 

Reusable Glass Bottles to Make Comeback in California

Californians will soon see the return of glass beverage bottles to their supermarkets. Governor Gavin Newsom this week signed a bill, AB 962, which paves the way for reusable glass bottles to flow thr...

 

Center Théâtre Group Announces Plays for upcoming Season

The 17th Season at the Kirk Douglas Theatre Includes "Alma," "Tambo & Bones" and Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre Featuring "To T or Not To T" and "The Art Couple" in a Season Which Be...

 

Democratic Club to Host Local Legislators

The Culver City Democratic Club will meet via zoom on October 13, 2021 at 7 PM. Our guest speakers will be State Senator Sydney Kamlager and Assembly Member Isaac Bryan. Club members will receive the...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 7, 2021

Chargers move into first place with win over the Raiders

Through the first three games of the 2021 NFL season, the Los Angeles Chargers have looked like a work in progress, a team with a lot of potential and talent, but also a team that was not quite in...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 7, 2021

Cardinals hand Rams their first loss

The previously undefeated 3-1 Los Angeles Rams had no answers for quarterback Kyler Murray and the still undefeated 4-0 Arizona Cardinals last Sunday afternoon at SoFi Stadium. And they have very...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 7, 2021

Big plays on offense lift Arizona State over Bruins

Old habits are hard to change and for the UCLA Bruins defense, they just never seem to go away. Last Saturday night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the underdog Arizona State Sun Devils came in and...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 7, 2021

Culver City football delights homecoming crowd

Friday Night Football at Culver City High School delivered another exciting conclusion to begin the month of October. The Centaurs held off favored Mira Costa High, 16-9, with seven seconds remaining...

 

TREVOR ARIZA MEDICAL UPDATE

EL SEGUNDO – Lakers forward Trevor Ariza had an arthroscopic debridement procedure performed on his right ankle today. He is expected to make a full and complete recovery. Team doctors will reevaluate Ariza in approximately 8 weeks, and an update...

 

PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES® ANNOUNCES 2022 ROYAL COURT PRESENTED BY CITIZENS BUSINESS BANK

PASADENA, Calif. (October 4, 2021) – Today, the Tournament of Roses® announced the seven members of the 2022 Royal Court presented by Citizens Business Bank. Members of the 2022 Royal Court...

 

Council Upzones Promenade

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Hoping to revitalize its world-renowned, open-air shopping center, the Santa Monica City Council this week unanimously approved zoning changes for the Third...

 

Black Cats Rule this Holiday Season

By Sarah Storkin As we move into October, many of us think of Orange and Black cats as unknowing symbols of the season. We’ve all heard that black cats portend bad luck. But did you know that in Britain and Scotland, traditionally. More on that...

 

Cal. Eviction Moratorium Ends

Samuel Alioto California’s statewide eviction moratorium expired at the end of September. Nevertheless, Tenants who pay 25% of the back rent and are making payments over the next year on rent due, may be able to keep their homes. Los Angeles...

 

City May Sue Over Housing Allocation From the State

By Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude Spurred on by Santa Monica City Councilmember Phil Brock, the City Council on Tuesday voted 5-2 to ask a Westside city association if they should join a lawsuit...

 

Emergency Orders Extended to 10/31

by Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer About 84% of local residents are fully vaccinated, announced the City of Santa Monica this week as it extended its local emergency orders through October 31. “Santa Monicans have done an incredible job getting...

 

Local Briefs

State Mandates School Vaccines 10/1: In the first such action in the nation, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a mandate Friday requiring all eligible public and private schoolchildren in California to be vaccinated against COVID-19, a policy the state expect...

 

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