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'Anti-Semitic Hate Publication' Distributed in Culver City Last Sunday

An anti-Semitic publication has again been distributed in Culver City over the weekend, and local police have started an investigation. On Sunday, Nov. 20, the Culver City Police Department learned of “anti-Semitic hate” materials distributed in...

 

2022 NFL Power Rankings – Week 12

1. Kansas City Chiefs (8-2): Quarterback Patrick Mahomes just keeps on rolling each week. This week Mahomes completed 20 of 34 passes for 329 yards and three touchdowns, while also rushing for 23...

 

CC Council Okays Proposed Settlement Framework With Sentinel Peak Resources

Negotiations between Culver City and Sentinel Peak Resources regarding options to the Oil Termination Ordinance to avoid litigation have apparently been very productive. This week, the City Council...

 

Culver City Releases Positive Report on MOVE Project

Culver City has released a positive “mid-point’ pilot report on the MOVE project. The report shows bus ridership up by 52%, cycling activity up by 32% and pedestrian activity up by 18%, according...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 24, 2022

USC wins classic showdown against UCLA in Pasadena

In a game that lived up to the hype, the USC Trojans held on for a 48-45 win over the UCLA Bruins last Saturday night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The Trojans win clinches a berth in the Pac-12 Championship Game in Las Vegas on Friday night,...

 

Williams puts USC football on another level

When Lincoln Riley said he planned to win a championship at Southern California over the summer at the Pac-12 Media Day, many people scoffed at the notion. It turns our Riley was right, whether it...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    November 24, 2022

Chiefs edge Chargers, head to Arizona on Sunday

Some things never change. If the Kansas City Chiefs are playing the Chargers in Los Angeles, it is safe to predict that the game is going to be close, and it is going be a heartbreaking loss for the Chargers. Sunday’s game at SoFi Stadium in...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 24, 2022

Dear Editor:

On November 17, 2022, our new councilmember-elect Dan O’Brien described his plan for addressing homelessness in an interview with Culver City News. It’s incomprehensible. O’Brien starts with...

 

REFLECTIONS ON L.A. GOAL AND THE HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE

Submitted by Karen Wallen, LICSW If L.A. GOAL was a gemstone, it would be an exquisite heart-shaped rose quartz crystal, the stone of unconditional love. I discovered L.A. GOAL in 2011 when I was selling my jewelry at the library’s outdoor book...

 

Tuli Tuipulotu of the University of Southern California has been named the Week 11 Lott IMPACT® Trophy Player of the Week

By Trent Rush, Media Relations, The Lott IMPACT® Trophy Tuli Tuipulotu of the University of Southern California has been named the Lott IMPACT® Trophy Player of the Week for the eleventh week of the...

 

Veterans Day in Culver City

Veterans’ Day marked the start of the fourth annual Culver Tribute to Heroes – Field of Valor. Organized and sponsored Exchange Club of Culver City, this event honors military veterans and first...

 

Suspects in 2 Culver City Armed Robberies Nabbed by BHPD

Two men who allegedly committed two armed robberies in Culver City were arrested by Beverly Hills police last week after a brief standoff with authorities. According to the Culver City Police Department, the two suspects went on a crime spree on the...

 

Freddy Puza Overtakes Denice Renteria for 2nd Place in Tight City Council Race

City Council candidate Freddy Puza received good news from the Los Angeles County Registrar this past week, but the Council race is not over as mailed-in ballots are still being counted daily. The...

 

Human Skeletal Remains Found inside Culver City Water Pipeline

Culver City police have begun an investigation following the recent discovery of human skeletal remains inside an empty water pipeline near Venice and Sepulveda Boulevards. The remains were found on November 5 by employees of the Metropolitan Water...

 

Jesse Nuñez a New President and Chief Executive of Culver City Chamber of Commerce

After an extensive national search, the Board of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce announced the hiring today of entrepreneur and former Dodgers executive Jesse Nuñez as the new Chamber President...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 24, 2022

Avoid a Holiday Tragedy

Dear Editor, Avoid a Holiday Tragedy The holiday season comes with family gatherings, social time with friends, and office parties. These joyful events can lead to life-altering consequences, like...

 

UCLA MEN'S BASKETBALL SIGNS SEBASTIAN MACK TO NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT

The UCLA men’s basketball program has received a signed National Letter of Intent (NLI) from high school senior Sebastian Mack, as announced on Wednesday by Mick Cronin, The Michael Price Family UCLA Men’s Head Basketball Coach. Mack, a 6-foot-3...

 

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