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Former County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges

Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas was indicted Wednesday on federal corruption charges alleging a bribery scheme in which his relative received substantial benefits from USC in exchange...

 

Centaurs battle Peninsula for first place on Friday

Culver City High Football, fresh off a 42-13 Bay League win over Redondo Union will be celebrating Senior Night this Friday night, October 17, at the Jerry Chabola Stadium while battling it out for...

 

"The Beatles" are retuning to the the live stage at the Grammy Museum

Keith Putney Productions is bringing back live to the stage at the Grammy Museum "The Beatles, 1962-1966" concert performed by an all-star cast for two shows on November 20. Putney resumes the series...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 6

1. Arizona Cardinals (5-0): Wide receiver A.J. Green was thought to be done after a nine-year career in Cincinnati. The seven-time pro bowler is having a resurgent season through five games for the...

 

CC Council Ponders Proof of Vaccination Requirement for Restaurants, Gyms, Spas

By Observer Staff The Culver City Council this week started a discussion on whether or not it would require patrons and staff at local food establishments, health and fitness facilities and personal...

 

City Council to Consider Zone Amendment to Oil Ban Ordinance

The Culver City Council will hold a virtual public hearing next Monday to consider zoning changes to an existing ordinance calling for the amortization and termination of nonconforming oil and gas...

 

New State Law Will Free 'Blood Slave' Donor Dogs

California has passed a new law that will phase out the inhumane practice of keeping "blood slave" donor dogs in captivity. Over the weekend, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law, AB1282, which lets...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 14, 2021

housing policy

Dear Editor, I am writing in support of the actions being considered by some of our City Council members to modernize housing policy in Culver City. I have heard the arguments that some in this...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 14, 2021

Ugly Boxes Block View of Park

Dear Editor, I live across from the Little Culver Blvd Project (the Storm Drain). This project has been on going close to 2 years now. They took out the beautiful Park that was there and put us thru 2...

 

CCPD Awarded $105,000 Traffic Safety Grant

The Culver City Police Department will continue its traffic safety program to deter dangerous and illegal driving and reduce traffic collisions in the community, thanks to a new $105,000 grant from...

 

Latin Club Virtual Convention

On Saturday, October 30th, The Willows Community School Latin Club will host a virtual Latin convention called SCRAM (Southern California Regional Amici Madness) for Latin clubs and students of the Classics from across southern California right here...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 14, 2021

Chargers win wild high scoring game against the Browns

The Cleveland Browns came into SoFi Stadium on last Sunday with the best rushing attack in the NFL and a top five defense. They left SoFi Stadium Sunday Night with the top rushing offense in the NFL...

 

Rams travel east to face Giants after a win a Seattle

The Rams' 26-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Football on October 7, gave them a 4-1 record for the 2021 season. After a brief weekend rest, the team prepares to avoid a trap...

 

Culver City basketball's confidence grows as new leaders emerge

By Luis Castro Special to the Culver City Observer The highly anticipated pre-season coaching debut of legendary player and coach, Michael Cooper, took place this past weekend in Garden Grove. Cooper...

 
 By Josh Finley    Sports    October 14, 2021

Women of Troy Struggle, but do not count them out

"Simple plays were not executed, and a lot of points were left on the board." Those were the first words USC head women's volleyball coach Brad Keller said after his team suffered a tough loss to...

 

Claremont: The Ultimate Weekend Getaway + Awesome Family Vacation Pt.2

By Chanin Victor A favorite hidden gem with Angelenos and one of the most quintessentially California places to visit, live or go to college. Claremont, California is the ultimate overnight or...

 

County Releases Vaccinated Covid Data

by Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude. Public health officials on Saturday finally released data regarding Covid-19 infection and death rates among the fully vaccinated residents of the county. The numbers reveal the rationale behind officials...

 

City Attorney Shakes Down E-bikes

By Sarah Storkin, Observer Staff Writer Santa Monica and Los Angeles has settled a jointly-filed, consumer protection lawsuit with Wheels Labs, a shared mobility company that operates a fleet of e-bikes. Wheels Labs agreed to pay $300,000, with a...

 

Recycling Makes a Comeback

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer 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 through the stat...

 

Columbus Day -- Indigenous People's Day

By Stan Greene. "On September 28th, City Council moved forward on assigning the Landmarks Commission the responsibility of interpreting and contextualizing the City Hall murals, supported by an ad...

 

How Funny Lady, Comedian Jessica Winther Reinvented Herself And Found Laughter & Success!

"Jeff Garlin changed my life and for that I am forever grateful" - Jessica Winther. Every Mom knows that raising children and taking care of a home is a full time job. School commitments and sports...

 

Local Briefs

Beaches Closed All County Beaches Posted Against Use Until Friday, October 8. Recent rain said to have caused contaminated storm drain runoff The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) cautions residents who are planning to...

 

All about Orange Cats

By Sabine Ganezer Ginger Cats Rule: Why Everyone From Winston Churchill to Leif Erickson and Hogwarts Adored Orange Kitties Last week, in honor of the beginning of Halloween month, we featured a few...

 

City Garages Not Up to Code

By Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude 10/8: The city-owned garages in downtown Santa Monica are missing basic fire-safety equipment, lack lights, and use elevators with expired permits. During a...

 

Riot Analysts Named Head of SMPD Civilian Oversight Panel

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The OIR Group, the consulting firm that analyzed and issued a detailed report on the events connected to the civil unrest in Santa Monica, of May 31, 2020, will...

 

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