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TRANSFORM YOUR HEALTH IN THE YEAR OF THE DRAGON

Emperor's College Invites You to a Lunar New Year GRAND OPENING Sunday March 3 11am to 3:30pm 200 Corporate Pointe, Suite 150A Culver City, CA...

 

Business License Tax Deadline Today

All individuals, corporations, firms, syndicates, joint stock corporations, partnerships, trusts, associations, organizations, clubs, and societies which offer goods, materials, commodities, wares,...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    February 29, 2024 

Residents to Vote on Hike in Property Taxes

California voters will head to the polls next Tuesday March 5th for the California Primary election. Voters will choose how many delegates President Joe Biden and Donald Trump will have at the...

 

Opposes Measure E Tax Hike

Letter to the Editor The Culver City School Board has been severely negligent in handling their budgets for decades. When I was asked to run for the School Board in the 1990's, while I decided not...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    February 29, 2024 

Culver City Track Invitational highlights a busy CCHS sports week

Culver City high school Spring Sports has just started but one of the biggest sporting events in the spring in the city of Culver City will take place on Saturday starting at 8 a.m. The Culver City...

 

Sister City, Uruapan, Mexico, Honored with Proclamation

The City Council began Monday's meeting by welcoming the Mayor of Uruapan, Mexico and the Sister City delegation. The proclamation celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Sister City relationship...

 

President Biden Announces $1.2 Billion in Student Debt Cancellation in Culver City

The President, who is up for re-election this year, appeared alongside Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass, who hosted him at CJ's Cafe in Baldwin Hills prior to the Culver City even. tRemarks by President B...

 

City Shares Update on Local Homelessness Emergency

The City Council received another update from Tevis Barnes, Director of Housing and Human Services, on Culver City's homelessness emergency. Barnes spoke about the recent Greater Los Angeles Homeless...

 

Sister City, Uruapan, Mexico, Honored with Proclamation

The City Council began Monday's meeting by welcoming the Mayor of Uruapan, Mexico and the Sister City delegation. The proclamation celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Sister City relationship...

 

City Council Does Not Take Action on Bike Culver City's Request

The City Council did not take action on providing a letter of support to "Bike Culver City" for its grant application, though Mayor Yasmine-Imani McMorrin and Council Member Freddy Puza offered...

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT FROM SAMUEL ESCOBAR

"Tito's Tacos is a place like home, where I feel welcome with staff and owners," said Samuel Escobar, manager of Tito's Tacos Commissary, which produces over 90% of the cuisine for the restaurant....

 

Culver City Chamber Orchestra Presents

Culver City Chamber Orchestra Presents a double Concerto Concert Sunday, March 17,at 4:00pm featuring concerto soloists, Sara Andon, Flute • Cristina Montes Mateo, Harp, Kevin Anderson, Harpsichord...

 

Teens Impacted by Prison Share Their Hurts, Fears, Dreams, and Hopes Through Personal Reflections and Creative Expression

Research offers this startling statistic: One in 14 children in the United States has a parent who either is or has been behind bars. If that number astonishes you, it's because these young people...

 

Tripping Through Vietnam

Embarking on a journey through Vietnam feels like stepping into a realm of wonder and magic. Once marred by the scars of war, Vietnam has evolved into an enchanting destination, offering a spectrum...

 

How to Cast Your Ballot in Culver City

The Presidential Primary Election will take place on March 5 but you can vote early! Your Vote by Mail ballot has been mailed so be on the lookout for its arrival in your mailbox. In the meantime,...

 

Judicial Endorsements by the CC Demo Club

yBy the time voters enter the booth to vote, voters have decide which candidates the want to vote for for national, state and local offices. The opposite is true with judicial positions . Most voters...

 

Teacher Will Carry Baby, Again, in Race

If the Screenland 5K presented "Lifetime Achievement" Oscars, the Academy Awards Day event on March 10 at Ivy Station would honor its "Legacy Runners" for their "exceptional contributions." Some 35...

 

New Hoops for Basketball Players

Starting Monday, March 4 work has begun on improvements to the basketball court at Blair Hills Park. During this time, the court area will be fenced off to allow for demolition of the existing court...

 

Rick Caruso, the Oceanwide Plaza towers could use your help

Taggers have graffitied what appears to be more than 25 stories of a downtown Los Angeles skyscraper that's been sitting dormant for several years. Construction on Oceanwide Plaza, a $1 billion mixed-use retail and luxury apartments project with...

 
 By Mona Day    A & E    February 29, 2024 

Double Feature Of One-Act Gems

LA Opera will present two one-act rarities - William Grant Still's Highway 1, USA and Alexander Zemlinsky's The Dwarf conducted by Music Director maestro James Conlon. Unifying the operas is the...

 

Diane Netzel March 4, 1941 - February 13, 2024

Diane Viscount Netzel passed peacefully in the morning hours of Tuesday, February 13, 2024. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA, March 4, 1941. In her 82 years of living, she touched the lives of so many...

 

Main Street Closure Has Begun

Main street will be closed to traffic from Wednesday, February 28,through Friday, March 1, From 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM The closure will affect Main Street at Culver Blvd to the City Limit. Culver City...

 

Los Angeles County DBA's

If you have already filed your DBA and it needs to be published, just scan the front page of the certified copy and email it to: publisher@culvercityobserver.com. We will publish it for 4 weeks....

 

ECF Golf Benefit March 18

ON the Monday, March 18, for the 2nd Annual ECF golf benefit at the Oakmont Country Club in Glendale for a day of golf benefiting children, students and adults with special needs! Each golfer's entry...

 

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