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CCPD Seeks Armed Robbery Suspect, Releases Crime Video

Culver City police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect who held up at gunpoint a local smoke shop on Sunday night. The robbery occurred at 10:25 p.m. on October 17 at Nirvana Smoke...

 

California Establishes Commission To Monitor, Track Hate Crimes

California has approved new legislation to address the growing epidemic of hate crimes and incidents in the state. The new bill, AB 1126, establishes the first statewide commission to monitor and track hate crimes and recommend policy to the state...

 

L.A. Controller Galperin Suspends Ridley-Thomas's City Pay

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin is terminating Mark Ridley-Thomas's City pay following today's City Council vote to suspend him: "After today's City Council vote, Mark Ridley-Thomas is no...

 

Culver City's Fiesta La Boo-llona Attracts Local Business Sponsors

"The City of Culver City is pleased to be able to host the annual Fiesta La Ballona. After a year on hiatus, City staff and the Fiesta Committee are planning one fantastic Party in the Park-this year...

 

CC Council Reaffirms 5-Year, Phase Out Period for Oil Activities in OIF

By Culver City Observer Staff The Culver City Council revisited on Monday night the ordinance calling for the amortization and termination of nonconforming oil and gas activities within Culver City,...

 

2021 Culver City Car Show Trophy Winners

Trophy Sponsor Winner Entry # Best of Show Michael Hammer Albert Pilpil 17021 Awesome A Martin B. Retting Inc. Damian Bogosian 17258 Best Mopar LA Slots David Parahia 17121 Best Foreign Car Dave...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 21, 2021

Homeless Take Over City Park

Dear Sirs, There is now a homeless encampment in Vet's park that has been there for several days. I am posting a photo below. Many community members have been in touch with CCPD on this, because...

 

Bruins and Trojans football teams play huge games on Saturday

Every weekend college football has big games that have playoff implications and for the UCLA Bruins and the USC Trojans this weekend is huge. UCLA plays No. 10 Oregon at the Rose Bowl at 12:30 p.m....

 

Bay League Elite teams face off on Friday

Centaurs and Sea Kings, oh my! This Friday afternoon, the Bay League Football Championship will once again be on the line between visiting Culver City High, the defending Champions, and home-crowd...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 21, 2021

Chargers look forward to bye Week After Lose to the Ravens

The Los Angeles Chargers arrived in Baltimore this last weekend riding a three-game winning streak. At 4-1 and coming off three tough emotional victories, beating the 4-1 Baltimore Ravens was going...

 

Rams welcome back Goff to Sofi Stadium

This weekend at SoFi Stadium will be notable because of the circumstances involving the starting quarterbacks. Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff will be making his first appearance against his...

 

See Rick Springfield and Engelbert Humperdinck on stage at the Canyon Club performing their classics

There are two concerts coming to the Canyon Club venues that you don't want to miss. Rick Springfield takes the stage at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center on October 22 and the very next day,...

 

Culver City faces Palos Verdes in rare daytime football game Scores Win Over Penninsula

For the second week in a row Culver City will play a team from the Palos Verdes area. Last week it was Peninsula at home this Friday the Centaurs travel to Palos Verdes high school to battle the Sea K...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 7

1. Arizona Cardinals (6-0): The Cardinals are 6-0 after an impressive 37-14 victory over the Browns in Cleveland. This is the best start by a Cardinal football team since 1974. The Cardinals are not...

 

The Charismatic Hiltons Host "16th Annual Christmas in September" to benefit Children's Hospital Los Angles

by Rachel Ganze On Tuesday, September 21,2021 the "16TH Annual Christmas in September" fundraiser for Children's Hospital Los Angles was held at The Abbey Food & Bar, 692 N. Robertson Blvd, West...

 

Anti - Vaccine Mandate Rally

Wire services A UCLA anesthesiologist who is vocal about his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate was escorted out of his workplace on October 4th for attempting to enter the building...

 

Key City Infrastructure Affected by 8,895 New Units

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude October 12, 2021 - The final Environmental Impact Report for the state-ordered addition of 8,895 new housing units to Santa Monica over the next 8 years reveals significant and unavoidable impacts on air quality,...

 

Local Briefs

SM Named Drunkest City in State Santa Monica has been named the 'Drunkest City in California' according to RoadSnacks.net "It wasn't even close. It was Santa Monica by a landslide and then everyone else below," the site comments. The site explains...

 

Ramon Batista Named SMPD Chief

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Ramon Batista, Jr., a 35-year law enforcement veteran, has been appointed as the new Santa Monica Police Chief, city officials announced on Thursday. He starts his...

 

Real-Life Witches Will Sign Your Book in Culver City

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer Two 'real-life' witches will touch down their brooms and talk to the public at Village Well Books and Coffee in Culver City. On Friday, October 22, for $10...

 

Dolphins and An Unbelievable Ocean Rescue

By: Khosrow (Koz) Khosravani, Marina Del Rey. This story has been edited for length. On my first attempt to sail outside the Marina del Rey harbor, I saved a very young woman in the middle of the...

 

Housing Element Update

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The Santa Monica City Council this week adopted the revised 2021-2029 Housing Element Update, which "prioritizes 100% affordable housing in city-owned land" and...

 

SMMUSD Ponders Vaccine Mandate for Eligible Students

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District is on the verge of mandating vaccines for all eligible students. The local School Board will discuss a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students, ages 12...

 

Two SM Restaurants Earn Michelin Stars

By Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer 10/13/21 - Of the 90 California restaurants making it into the exclusive Michelin Guide California, 3 are in Santa Monica. Mélisse earned two stars and...

 

Culver City girls' volleyball back in the playoff

Culver City high school's girls' varsity volleyball team is back in the playoffs for the 10 th straight year after not played in 2020 because of the pandemic. They made it to the CIF Southern Section...

 

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