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LA Kings are showing that "age matters not" in pro hockey

Before the LA Kings hockey season started, I heard people saying that two-time, Stanley Cup champion veterans, Anze Kopitar (Captain) and Dustin Brown were too old and too slow to keep up with elite...

 

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...

 

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...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 21, 2021 

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....

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 21, 2021 

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 Steve Finley    Sports    October 21, 2021 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 
 By George Laase    Sports    October 21, 2021 

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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Centaurs battle Peninsula for first place on Friday

Culver City High Football, fresh off a 42-13 Bay League win over Redondo Union will be celebrating Senior Night this Friday night, October 17, at the Jerry Chabola Stadium while battling it out for...

 

CC Council Ponders Proof of Vaccination Requirement for Restaurants, Gyms, Spas

By Observer Staff The Culver City Council this week started a discussion on whether or not it would require patrons and staff at local food establishments, health and fitness facilities and personal...

 

City Council to Consider Zone Amendment to Oil Ban Ordinance

The Culver City Council will hold a virtual public hearing next Monday to consider zoning changes to an existing ordinance calling for the amortization and termination of nonconforming oil and gas...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 14, 2021

housing policy

Dear Editor, I am writing in support of the actions being considered by some of our City Council members to modernize housing policy in Culver City. I have heard the arguments that some in this...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 14, 2021

Ugly Boxes Block View of Park

Dear Editor, I live across from the Little Culver Blvd Project (the Storm Drain). This project has been on going close to 2 years now. They took out the beautiful Park that was there and put us thru 2...

 

CCPD Awarded $105,000 Traffic Safety Grant

The Culver City Police Department will continue its traffic safety program to deter dangerous and illegal driving and reduce traffic collisions in the community, thanks to a new $105,000 grant from...

 

Latin Club Virtual Convention

On Saturday, October 30th, The Willows Community School Latin Club will host a virtual Latin convention called SCRAM (Southern California Regional Amici Madness) for Latin clubs and students of the Classics from across southern California right here...

 

Culver City basketball's confidence grows as new leaders emerge

By Luis Castro Special to the Culver City Observer The highly anticipated pre-season coaching debut of legendary player and coach, Michael Cooper, took place this past weekend in Garden Grove. Cooper...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 7, 2021

Centaurs defense corrals Mustangs in important Bay League win

Coaches say offense wins games but defense wins championships. If that's the case Culver City's 16-9 victory over a good Mira Costa team last Friday night at Culver City maybe their stepping stone to...

 

Culver City Car Show

The 17thCulver City Car Show last weekend was a big sucess with hundreds of car owners showing off their vehicles and thousands of fans attending to show held at West L.A. College. Put on by the...

 

Tito's Tacos Fiesta Mexicana

Tito's Tacos Fiesta Mexicana was briefly interrupted by a passing thundershower. Festivities resumed with signature Tito's Tacos and Tito's handmade Vodka being served. Entertainment was provided by...

 

'Sideshow' in Culver City Draws Strong Warning from Police Chief

Culver City Police Chief Manuel Cid has issued a statement following last Sunday's dangerous automotive "sideshow" in the city, saying anyone involved may be arrested and their vehicle impounded. At...

 

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