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Police Foil Burglary

On Saturday October 3 at 10:45 PM, Culver City Police Officers responded to a residential burglary in the 4000 block of Minerva Avenue. Officers arrived and met with the elderly resident who stated...

 

Message from the Chief of Police

The Culver City Police Department respects and recognizes the rights and liberties afforded to all members of our community under the First Amendment, including activists, community groups, and labor...

 

Culver City Just Lost its Moral Compass

Dear Editor, As a thirty-five year resident of Culver City, I've seen lots of changes - some good and some bad. But never yet have I witnessed the City losing its moral compass . . . until tonight, June 25, 2018. The City Council convened to discuss...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 8, 2020

LeBron James keeps his mind and body at a high level

It's no secret that Laker super star LeBron James keeps his body in great condition. At 35 years old he is one of the best conditioned athletes in the world but James has another secret that keeps him...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 8, 2020

Rams put away Giants, move on to WFT

The Los Angeles Rams fly to the nation's Capitol this weekend with a chance to run the table on the NFC East Division this season. After a struggle to put away the New York Giants, 17-9, last Sunday...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 8, 2020

LAFC conquers Salt Lake, but Rapids postponed

It was a very good week on the field in contrasting ways for Los Angeles Football Club. Sunday night's 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake in Sandy, Utah was the team's first road-win of the season. On Wednes...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 8, 2020

Chargers to face the Saints with a three-game losing streak

For Tom Brady, winning close games never gets old. For the Los Angeles Chargers, losing close games has become a habit they cannot seem to break. In a game that featured eight touchdown passes...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 8, 2020

The Genesis of Protect Culver City and Measure B

By Ron Bassilian, president of Protect Culver City Shortly after midnight on June 25 2019, Councilmembers laid bare their plans to phase in rent control. At that late hour, a number of us gathered...

 

How to Vote on the Propositions if You Don't Want a Toilet State

Print headline: by Alyssa Erdley Voting with Attitude There are many alarmingly radical propositions on the ballot this election. Please go through the many measures, educate yourself, and vote. Otherwise, you will be unpleasantly surprised with the...

 

Attempt to Reunite Cougar Kittens With Adopted Mom

By Ann Cholo, NPS: This summer, biologists with the National Park Service (NPS) at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SMMNRA) and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) at...

 

Man Opens Fire on Venice Boardwalk

The LAPD is searching for a man who fired a gun into the boardwalk on Wednesday evening, hitting another man. Several witnesses reported hearing shots fired about 6:40 p.m. in the Boardwalk area near Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles Police Dept. Capt....

 

SMC Board Endorses Carbon Tax

Santa Monica College (SMC) Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution at their meeting on Tuesday night, Oct. 6 that urges Congress to approve HR 763. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend...

 

SMMUSD Schools Still Closed

Despite the reopening of a few private schools, such as a local Montessori preschool, local public schools will not reopen anytime soon. We asked Sarah Wahrenbrock, Assistant to the Superintendent, about a rumor that schools would soon be reopening....

 

Newsom Vetoes Ethnic Studies Bill

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion Governor Newsom sent AB331, a bill requiring an Ethnic Studies course for California high school graduation, back to the legislature without a signature on September 30, the last possible day for his action on the...

 

Push Poll on The Plaza

by Alyssa Erdley On Tuesday, I answered a call that turned out to be a push poll in favor of the Plaza project at 4th and Arizona. The Plaza will take over two city blocks in downtown Santa Monica with 106,800 square feet of office space in a...

 

"LIBERAL" CITY OF SANTA MONICA DISENFRANCHISES SECTION 8 TENANTS

City and its Housing Authority have been depriving subsidized housing tenants of federally mandated representation on Resident Advisory Board and Housing Authority Board Throughout Santa Monica, about 1,488 residents currently live in subsidized...

 

Voting Begins in LA County

By David Ganezer The L.A. County Registrar-Recorder's Office mailed ballots for the Nov. 3 elections to every registered voter - not just those who have opted into mail-in voting - on Monday, Oct. 5....

 

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 05

2020 NFL Power Rankings – Week 05 1. Kansas City Chiefs (4-0): The Chiefs are 4-0 for the fourth consecutive season. Outside of their game against the Chargers, they have looked in complete control...

 

Beckman: a Tale of Vengeance and Redemption

by Rachel Ganz An exciting in-person feature film premiere of "BECKMAN" was held this past Monday evening September 21, 2020 at the Universal Hilton Hotel, at Universal Studios Hollywood, CA. The...

 

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