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The Politics of Pastrami: Fromins Turns 40

By Sterling Roberts If you live in Santa Monica, you know Fromin's. Whether you're a regular at the deli or someone who simply drives past the restaurant on the way to work, you have most likely heard...

 

The Downfall of Art: An Interview with Seidman Gallery's Cathy Seidman

By Sterling Roberts Having been in the art and framing business for 25 years, Cathy Seidman has witnessed the downfall of art. Cathy, and her sister, Connie, own the Seidman Gallery in Culver City. Wh...

 

Velazquez Named VP Of Property Management At G&K

Carlsbad resident Suzie Velazquez, a veteran in real estate development and management, has been named vice president of property management for Goldrich Kest, one of the industry’s largest companies. Velazquez will oversee a conventional...

 

Three Former Cents Sign Football Scholarships

Culver City has been very fortunate to have outstanding athletes who have been talented enough to go on to get college football scholarships. This past spring there were three Centaur football...

 

Marijuana Taxes So High, Users Might Seek Former Providers

If you are into Gospel Music than you need to get to the California African American Museum in Exposition Park before August 26th, 2018 to see “How Sweet the Sound”. The museum uses vintage...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 8, 2018

Services Held For Former Mayor Steven Rose

When I received the call on Monday at 2:40 pm that my good friend Steven Rose had succumbed to leukemia it felt like someone took the air out of the room I was in. Like many others in Culver City we...

 

Love, Passion and Potions and a Real Wedding Proposal

There was "love," "passion," "potions," a trumpet and even a real wedding proposal as The Verdi Chorus took the stage for their fall performances this past weekend at the acoustically-sound First...

 

Joseph Calleja Celebrates Musical Life Of Mario Lanza

Joseph Calleja, the Grammy-nominated Maltese tenor, traveled to the Broad Stage in Santa Monica and showed the audience why he has one of the very best voices in opera right now as he celebrated the...

 

Tenor Sensation Beczala Entertains In Santa Monica

Polish-born Grammy-nominated operatic lyric tenor sensation Piotr Beczala took a quick break from his appearance of a revival of La Boheme at The Met in New York to treat his adoring fans to a recital...

 

Clippers May Leave Staples Center, Not LA

The Clippers' lease with Staples Center runs until 2024. So they aren't going anywhere else until then. But there are rumors that the Clippers will leave. And runaway rumors must be addressed. Here...

 

Hearing Loss Could Become Diabetes

You are going to England stop in Kent at the Leeds Castle and see the museum with over 100 dog collars. Hearing loss may be an early warning of diabetes. Multiple researc h studies have indicated...

 

Verdi Chorus Presents Outstanding Spring Performance

There was song and dance as The Verdi Chorus took the stage for their spring performances this past weekend at the acoustically-sound First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica. This is the...

 

Clippers Have A Dilemma With Griffin

As the Clippers ponder their decision about Blake Griffin they have to take into account the franchise’s history. They cannot escape the reality that there’s been a lot of trouble in the past...

 

Master Chorale's Holiday Concerts Entertain As Usual

Grant Gershon, esteemed Artistic Director/Conductor of the Los Angeles Master Chorale (LAMC), filled the Walt Disney Concert Hall with his passion and joy as they presented their annual holiday...

 

Master Chorale's Holiday Concerts Entertain As Usual

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter Grant Gershon, esteemed Artistic Director/Conductor of the Los Angeles Master Chorale (LAMC), filled the Walt Disney Concert Hall with his passion and joy as...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: CINEMATIC GEMS TO MAKE YOUR HOLIDAY SPARKLE

We may be in the midst of the holiday season but that also means we are in the midst of the movie awards season aka “studios bring out their best and brightest Oscar hopefuls.” And while some...

 

Verdi Chorus Scores Again In Santa Monica

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter There was song and dance, castanets and celebration as The Verdi Chorus took the stage for their fall performances this past weekend at the acoustically-sound...

 

Culver City Woman's Club Holiday Jewelry Sale

The Culver City Woman’s Club is hosting a sale of Unique Jewelry at Special Holiday Prices at its Monday, November 9 meeting at the Fellowship Hall of the Culver Palms Methodist Church, 4464 Sepulveda Blvd. The hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The...

 

CLIPPERS PREVIEW: Is This The Year?

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor We all know about the Clippers' history. They took a back seat to the Lakers for so many years. The Donald Sterling era was forgettable. But in the last few years...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: Action Packed Double Feature Weekend with

I can’t remember the last time there was a weekend with two action films opening that had me this excited. The first, NO ESCAPE, solidifies what I first suspected back in 2001; that Owen Wilson...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    May 7, 2015

Clippers Need Paul To Continue Sudden Surge

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor How surprising. The Clippers went to Houston with short rest, learned that Chris Paul couldn’t play and proceeded to win Game 1 of their second round playoff...

 

Verdi Chorus Remains Brilliant After 32 Years

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Verdi Chorus pulled out all of their “Hidden Gems” for their Spring performances at the acoustically-sound First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica....

 
 By Bosmat Eynav    Sports    May 7, 2015

Clippers: Just Breathe and Believe

By Bosmat Eynav Sports Columnist In these hot playoff days after 82 games this season it became time for the best eight teams in the Western Conference to compete. Four are left. So which team will...

 

Clippers Put It Together On Historic Trip

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor The joke in the Staples Center press room a few weeks ago was that new Clippers owner Steve Ballmer had called a meeting of the players. And he told them “if you...

 

Verdi Chorus' Concert is a Triumph

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Verdi Chorus triumphed in their presentation of their fall concerts titled “Distant Lands” this past weekend at the acoustically-sound First United Method...

 

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