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Articles from the November 18, 2021 edition

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Culver City football loses playoff game to Camarillo

The Culver City varsity football team's season ended last Friday night when the No. 1 seeded team in the Division 6 CIF playoffs, Camarillo, beat the Centaurs, 23-21 in a thrilling contest on the...

 

2021 NFL Power Rankings – Week 11

1. Green Bay Packers (8-2): The only loss that the Packers have suffered since the opening game fiasco was against the Chiefs in Kansas City without Aaron Rodgers. After their win at Arizona and this...

 

"I Want To Know What Love Is," performed by a founding member of foreigner Lou Gramm at the Saban Theatre

On November 20 at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, Lou Gramm, former frontman and founding member of Foreigner, and one of the greatest singers in rock music, will be taking the stage. Gramm’s...

 

Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra to Perform November 20

The absence of live performances during the past 21 months left a void that impacted our personal, professional, and artistic lives. The award-winning Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra (www.ladso.org) awakens from the constraints of COVID to...

 

Culver City to Host COVID-19 Booster Shot Clinic Nov. 20

Culver City will host a COVID-19 Booster Shot Clinic on Saturday, November 20, at the Senior Center, located at 4095 Overland Ave. The clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in partnership with...

 

Dead Model Dumped in front of CC Hospital

Authorities are investigating the death of an Instagram model who was dumped outside the local hospital after a party last weekend. The model Christy Giles, 24, was found on the sidewalk outside...

 

Culver City Public Theatre Brings Back Plays in the Park

Culver City Public Theatre has brought back plays in the park. The Public Theatre is now presenting "Zombie Thoughts," a live outdoor performance featuring goblins and video games, at Dr. Paul...

 

11-Story Office Building Nearing Completion in West Culver City

An 11-story office building is nearing completion at the southwest corner of Culver City. Workers are wrapping work on The Entrada, a mixed-use office development from LPC West taking shape at 6163...

 

'Encampments to Homes' Program Helps Westchester Park Homeless Move Indoors

Fifty-six homeless people living at Westchester Park have moved indoors in the past three weeks and are on a path to permanent housing, Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin announced this week. The...

 

Beth Jackson

Beth Jackson was born Elizabeth Ann Garrett on July 6, 1939 in Culver City, California. She passed away November 27 in Burbank, with her son by her side, holding her hand. Beth grew up on Madison...

 

Centaurs football season ends on a low note

The Centaurs quest for a CIF Championship ended at home last Friday, November 6, a frustrating 23-21 loss to the top-seeded Camarillo High Scorpions in the Division 6 Quarterfinal showdown. Culver...

 

Rams hope to get back on track after bye week

Bye Week couldn’t have come any sooner for the Los Angeles Rams. Likely, it should have arrived two weeks earlier. Following consecutive losses to teams they were favored to beat by more than a...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 18, 2021

Chargers face the Steelers after losing to Minnesota last Sunday

The late, great Ohio State head coach Woody Hayes once said, "Three things can happen when you pass the ball, and two of them are bad." Hayes was a believer in smashmouth football and "three yards...

 

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