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Girls Volleyball Starts CIF Playoffs on Thursday Night

The Lady Centaurs host Upland in the first round of the CIF SS Division 3 on Thursday night at 6:00 pm on campus at the Del Goodyear Gymnasium. Culver City (23-7) finished #1 in the Ocean League,...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 8

1. New England Patriots (7-0): The Pats have given up a total of 48 points for the season in seven games. They are on a pace to set the defensive record for least points in a season. They also lead th...

 

Sweet Flower Makes its Case to be Part of Culver City Community

Culver City, CA - Sweet Flower is planning on going big and bold. The proclaimed cannabis lifestyle brand is fast making inroads into Southern California communities. With locations already set in...

 

Culver City Firefighters Deployed to Palisades Fire

Culver City Fire Engine 42 and Battalion 41 were deployed Monday to the fire in the Pacific Palisades. The are part of strike team XLA1075A made up of firefighters from Culver City, Santa Monica and...

 

Culver City Centaurs Thrash El Segundo 42-9

The Culver City High School football team beat El Segundo 42-9 Friday night. The Centaurs are currently 8-0 with three league wins. Read the full story by Sports Reporter Fred Altieri in this week's...

 

Culver City Deploys Firefighters to Saddle Ridge Fire

The Culver City Fire Department deployed Engine 41 and 43 to the Saddleridge fire in the San Fernando Valley. The engine companies are part of strike team #XLA1075A, comprised of Culver City, Santa...

 

Council Votes to Ban Flavored Tobacco

The Culver City council took the next step to ban flavored tobacco products in a 5-0 vote Monday night. There were dozens of speaker cards and speakers and opinions were wide ranging. The ban did not include vaping but did include menthol...

 

Former Culver High Student Shows Ceramics in Beverly Hills

Working in clay is a lifelong passion for Jeffrey Siegel. In this short commentary article, Siegal talks about his lifelong love for clay. The movements of shaping a ball of clay into something wonder...

 

Jones Announces Candidacy for Culver City Assembly District

Tracy Bernard Jones of Los Angeles, California announced his candidacy for California State Assembly in District 54, challenging incumbent Sydney Kamlager-Dove. The assembly district includes Culver...

 

Rams No Longer Enjoying Home-Field Advantage

Who's House? Certainly not the Rams House. For second consecutive game the Los Angeles Rams were completely outshined at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This past Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 17, 2019

Chargers in Need of Energy and a Win

For the first time as the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, Anthony Lynn looked flustered. He had no answers for the performance of his team. For the second straight week, the Chargers had falle...

 

Culver City Football Steps into the Winner's Circle

Quick, what local football team has a winning record? It's not the Rams (3-3), not the Chargers (2-4), not USC (3-3) and certainly not UCLA at 1-6. It's Culver City high school's varsity team. They...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 17, 2019

Culver vs. Lawndale High Match Two Championship Teams

In an exciting game that never seemed to end, the Culver City Centaurs held on for a 32-27 win over the Lawndale Cardinals in a Friday Night game at Jerry Chabola Stadium on the campus of Culver City...

 

Culver City Defeats Lawndale 32-27

It was Showtime Inc. at Culver City High school last Friday night at Jerry Chabola Stadium as the undefeated Centaurs beat the defending Ocean League football champion Lawndale High Cardinals, 32-27,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 17, 2019

Poetry at the DMV

By Jane Marla Robbins It’s 2019. I’m at the DMV in Culver City. Waiting. Lines around the block. I’ve reserved ahead so it’s only an hour wait. I’m tired, so the photo they take of me has...

 

2019 Art Walk & Roll Festival Coming to Culver City

Last year’s event was incredible, but this year’s event should be even better! We’re turning up the volume once again! Culver City Arts District and Arts District Residents Association are proud to present the 2019 rockin’ Art Walk and Roll...

 

$150 M for St. Johns Hospital

The Santa Monica-based St. John's Health Center Foundation announced Tuesday it has received an anonymous $25 million donation to kick-start a $150 million fundraising effort. The money will support Providence St. John's Health Center, John Wayne...

 

Fall Festival Sure to Bring Fun to Farragut

Save the date Saturday Oct. 19 for the Fall Festival at Farragut Elementary School. Presented by the Farragut Elementary PTA the event, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature games, glitter tattoos, a dunk tank, face painting, a fortune teller,...

 

NFL Power Rankings – Week 7

1. New England Patriots (6-0): Defensive end Michael Bennett was suspended by the Patriots for one week for conduct detrimental to the team. Bennett said he got into a "philosophical disagreement"...

 

Rams Trade Marcus Peters!

A surprise move and possibly a sign of more shake-ups to come! On Tuesday afternoon, the Los Angeles Rams traded cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens for second-year linebacker Kenny...

 

MEASLES EXPOSURE IN CULVER CITY?

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) is investigating an additional confirmed case of measles in a Los Angeles County resident. The possible exposures occurred in Culver...

 

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