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Articles from the October 20, 2022 edition

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Come listen, how Armageddon was averted at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

Jacaranda's concert premiere of ARKHIPOV, a new opera by composer Peter Knell and librettist Stephanie Fleischmann, winner of Opera America's 2022 Campbell Librettist Prize, will have two...

 

Trash Interceptor Barge Deployed at Ballona Creek

The Trash Interceptor, a floating trash-collecting barge, has arrived in Los Angeles and officially deployed at Ballona Creek where it meets the Pacific Ocean. The Ocean Cleanup, an international Dutc...

 

CC Police Nab Suspect in 7-11 Armed Robbery

Culver City police arrested on Tuesday a suspect who held up at gunpoint a convenience store on Sepulveda Boulevard last week. The armed robbery occurred around 1:16 a.m. on October 10 at 7-11,...

 

LAFC Beats LA Galaxy 3-2

LAFC's Denis Bouanga breaks a scoreless tie in the 23rd minute--the first of his two goals--in the Western Conference semi-finals win over the LA Galaxy, 3-2. The Black and Gold wait to play the...

 

Covid State of Emergency in California to End February 2023

California’s Covid-19 state of emergency will end Feb. 28, 2023, nearly three years since its initiation, officials from Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office announced this week. The announcement came as...

 

City Council to Discuss SB 9 Application in the Culver Crest

California Senate Bill 9 will be a topic at the next City Council meeting. At its Oct. 24 session, the Council will discuss and provide direction to staff regarding the application of SB 9 in the...

 

CCUSD Students Score Mixed Results in Assessment Tests

Student achievement in English language arts went up slightly while math scores nudged down in the Culver City Unified School District. That’s according to the latest results from the California...

 

CENTER THEATRE GROUP ANNOUNCES 2022-2023 KIRK DOUGLAS THEATRE SEASON

The season begins with a historic new works festival the L.A. Writers’ Workshop Festival with an all-women cohort of 10 writers in September 2022 2022 Pulitzer Prize Finalist play “Kristina Wong,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 20, 2022

Support for Dan O'Brien

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter to show my support for Dan O’Brien. For several years in the early 2000s, I worked with Dan on the Board of the Culver City Education Foundation, He was always...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 20, 2022

Supports Dan O'Brien

Dear Editor, I am writing to submit an endorsement for Dan O’Brien’s bid to be elected to the Culver City Council. I have known Dan since 2014 through our sons local Scouts BSA Troop 108. My son h...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 20, 2022

MOVE means we say "SHOVE IT, Alex"

While we do understand that MOVE planning considerations involved such artistic issues as to which pastel traffic paint color to choose, there was zero outreach to Arts District residents to inform...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 20, 2022

Why Vote Yes on Measure VY?

We are a youth-led campaign to lower Culver City’s voting age to 16 in municipal and school board elections Initial reactions to our movement are often immediate and negative. This is...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 20, 2022

Chargers will look to extend their winning streak against the Seahawks

It may have been ugly, and it may have been exasperating at times for Los Angeles Charger fans, but the Chargers somehow found a way to defeat the Denver Broncos on Monday Night in overtime, 19-16....

 

Loyalty and tradition run deep in the Singerman family

Back in the day when a kid grew up in a neighborhood and he was a good athlete he went to the neighborhood schools. Now parents and kids are always looking to go to a school that they think has a...

 

Rams host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday

Two NFL teams headed in the wrong direction will meet at SoFi Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m. The 2-3 Los Angeles Rams and the 1-4 Carolina Panthers will battle to see which team can get back on the winni...

 

Los Angeles Lakers Waive Three

The Los Angeles Lakers have requested waivers on guards Shaquille Harrison and Nate Pierre-Louis and center Jay Huff, it was announced today. Harrison, who was signed by the Lakers on Oct. 8, appeared in two preseason games and averaged 1.5 points,...

 

Thank You, Fans

Dear Dodger Fans, You are the greatest fans in baseball, once again leading MLB in attendance and making Dodger Stadium the most electric atmosphere in the league. Although the 2022 season did not...

 

DENNIS SCHRÖDER MEDICAL UPDATE

Lakers guard Dennis Schröder underwent successful surgery today to repair the ulnar collateral ligament on his right thumb. Schröder will be reevaluated by team doctors in approximately three weeks, and further updates will be provided at that...

 

THOMAS BRYANT MEDICAL UPDATE

Lakers center Thomas Bryant underwent successful surgery today to repair the ulnar collateral ligament on his left thumb. Bryant will be reevaluated by team doctors in approximately three weeks, and further updates will be provided at that...

 

Shes got the beat, the beautifully talented Belinda Carlisle is Go-Going to the Saban Theatre

Go-Go's lead singer, Belinda Carlisle, will be making a solo appearance at the Saban Theatre on October 27. She is one of those rare talents who continues to remain relevant after nearly four decades...

 

Bay League football clash will feature Centaurs versus Sea Kings

The Bay league plot thickens this Friday night when the 3-0 Palos Verdes Sea Kings make a house call to battle the 2-1 Culver City Centaurs at 7 p.m. inside the Jerry Chabola Stadium on the Culver...

 

Are you a Dead-head then you better get to the Greek for Bobby Weir and his Wolf Bros

Before the Dead & Co farewell tour next summer, Bobby Weir and his Wolf Bros, featuring the Wolfpack are now treating their fans to a special 12-city fall tour that will land at The Greek Theatre...

 

SMC Voice Showcase on October 23

The Santa Monica College (SMC) Music Department will present the SMC Voice Showcase, a concert featuring a selection of talented SMC voice students performing in different genres. The concert will be...

 

Open Auditions for all my Sons at Westchester Playhouse

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for ALL MY SONS by Arthur Miller on Saturday, November 12, from 9:30am – 12pm, and Sunday, November 13, from 6 – 9pm at the Westchester Playhouse, 8301...

 

Cue the Music: Harry Gregson-Williams

The next edition of the live series, Cue the Music with Robert Kraft will feature Harry Gregson-Williams, the celebrated composer of the scores for Shrek, The Martian, Gone Baby Gone, Man On Fire,...

 

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