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Sister City Student Exchange Program in Iksan City, South Korea

Culver City Sister City Committee (CCSCC) is looking for 8 students who are currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade and are interested in participating in a student exchange program with our Sister City in Iksan City, South Korea. There will be a...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 26, 2023 

Teams without a pool find success the hard way

What if you were a coach of a high school basketball team without a gym or the coach of a high school football team without a field? What would you do? You would probably quit the job or find another...

 

Successful consistency keeps CCHS girls' basketball playing at a high level

For the past 11 years Culver City girls basketball has been synonymous with winning. Year in and year out the teams coach by Julian Anderson and his reliable assistants have continued to play at a...

 

2023 Performing Arts Grant Program Awards

On December 5, the City Council of the City of Culver City awarded over $213,000 in 2023 Performing Arts Grants as recommended by the City’s Cultural Affairs Commission. Twenty-nine (29) non-profit arts organizations will receive grants to present...

 

Successful consistency keeps CCHS girls' basketball playing at a high level

For the past 11 years Culver City girls basketball has been synonymous with winning. Year in and year out the teams coach by Julian Anderson and his reliable assistants have continued to play at a...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 5, 2023

Culver City High School is ringing in the new year with winning teams

Culver City High School athletic teams are moving in the right direction in 2023. The boys and girls winter teams are all playing at a high level, and they continue to represent Culver City as one of...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 5, 2023

Penn State uses big plays to beat Utah in the Rose Bowl

In a game that matched a Big Ten power, the Penn State Nittany Lions, against the Pac-12 conference champions, the Utah Utes, the Nittany Lions used big plays on offense to defeat the Utes 35-21 at...

 

Memorial Garden Refurbished

Early in November an ugly duckling was turned into a beautiful swan, but this time it was unused outdoor space next to the Venice Family Clinic’s Sandy Segal Youth Health Center on the campus of...

 

One of Culver City High School's greatest track coaches resigns

In the complicated world of sports all over the world, coaches come and go. Coaches get fired all the time but when a very successful coach resigns red flags go up. What happened? Did he have a...

 

WITH School Board Win, Triston Ezidore Becomes Youngest Elected Public Official In History Of Los Angeles County

The nineteen-year-old’s upset victory for a seat on the Culver City Unified School District Board also makes him the first Black male to serve on the Board Triston Ezidore will become the youngest...

 

Culver City Symphony Orchestra Opens Season With a Celebration of Dance

Maxim Kuzin, who studied and started his conducting career in his native Ukraine, will lead the season opening concert of the Culver City Symphony Orchestra on December 10. The Junior winner of the...

 

Neil Stephen Rubenstein

January 4, 1943-November 17, 2022 Mr. Rubenstein was born on January 4, 1943, to the union of Hyman and Tillie Rubenstein in Bronx, New York. He received his formal education at Inglewood High School...

 

Public Health Dept. Inspects CCHS Campus

The Los Angeles Department of Public Health conducted an inspection of the Culver City High School campus and cafeteria on October 27 and a follow-up examination on November 3. While most of the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 10, 2022

If It Is Not Genocide, Don't Compare It To The Holocaust

There are far too many atrocities that both have occurred in recent times and that continue to occur. They need to be reported upon, discussed, and universally condemned. Moreover, we need to do what...

 

It's Culver City versus Loyola in a rematch Friday night

The Culver City high school varsity football team will get a rare opportunity to avenge a loss that took place on September 2. Loyola edged the Centaurs 24-19 in a game that came down to the wire. On...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    November 3, 2022

Dear Culver City Neighbors,

We are currently experiencing a ‘spiral of silence’ in Culver City. It can and should be stopped. In 1974, Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, a political scientist, coined the phrase ‘spiral of silence...

 

Sandy Segal Passes

November 21, 1938 - October 21, 2022 Sandra Gail Segal (known as "Sandy" to all) passed away peacefully in her sleep on October 21 at the age of 83, at her home in Culver City. Born Sandra Frazin on N...

 

Culver City Symphony Announces Three Music Director Finalists

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra announced that three acclaimed conductors will vie for the prestigious Music Director-Conductor position at the Culver City Symphony Orchestra/Marina del Rey Summer Symphony during this coming concert season....

 

Centaurs battle the Golden Hawks in the CIF football playoffs

It's that time of the year again when the high school football season starts to heat up. It's called the playoffs and for the 16th time in the last 17 years the Culver City varsity football team is...

 

SR. FISHER OBITUARY

February 20, 1930 - October 13, 2022 Fisher, Sr. Frances of the Daughters of Mary and Joseph, born in Waco, Texas on February 20, 1930. Frances is predeceased by her parents Henry Fisher and Clementine Webb and sister Henrietta Eichler. Survived by...

 

CCHS Golf

Culver city golf stars, Siham Ibrahim, left and Salma Ibrahim are having outstanding season's so far this year. Siham shot a 78 at Los Robles Country Club, which was good enough for second place in...

 

Centaurs play must win game against Santa Monica on Senior Night

After going through spring training, summer passing leagues and a nine-game regular season schedule the 2022 regular football season comes down to the most important game of the season. It's win or...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 20, 2022

Why Vote Yes on Measure VY?

We are a youth-led campaign to lower Culver City’s voting age to 16 in municipal and school board elections Initial reactions to our movement are often immediate and negative. This is...

 

Loyalty and tradition run deep in the Singerman family

Back in the day when a kid grew up in a neighborhood and he was a good athlete he went to the neighborhood schools. Now parents and kids are always looking to go to a school that they think has a...

 

Bay League football clash will feature Centaurs versus Sea Kings

The Bay league plot thickens this Friday night when the 3-0 Palos Verdes Sea Kings make a house call to battle the 2-1 Culver City Centaurs at 7 p.m. inside the Jerry Chabola Stadium on the Culver...

 

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