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Arizona Has Law Enforcement Jobs Available

Perhaps you just know a member of the family or a friend who would like to be in law enforcement. Well, tell that lucky person to gas up his/her car and drive to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office...

 

The Fan-tastic Search for Ms. Culver City Elegance 2017

We live in uncertain times but of one thing you can be sure: Sunday, May 7, 2017 the Culver City Senior Center was clearly the place to be for an entertaining and exciting display of lovely ladies...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 30, 2017

WINNING ISN'T EVERYTHING Culver Baseball Team Honors Opponent Killed In Car Crash

Winning took a back seat in a Saturday afternoon baseball game at Culver City High on March 18. The Centaurs eventually outlasted a resilient and courageous South High Torrance team, 5-4. Earlier,...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 30, 2017

CARNAGE EVERYWHERE

It was a beautiful evening in Nice, France, last July 14 with 30,000 peoplewatching the fireworks celebrating Bastille Day, the French national holiday. Suddenly and without warning, a terrorist...

 

$100 Traffic Ticket Could Become $815 in California

Has it been a year already that some hacker stole personnel details of 30,000 employees at the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI? Someone was asleep at the switch. It was in 1908, a year after my dad was born, that the New York City’s Boa...

 

2017 Genesis Open Pre-Tournament Interview - Jason Day

Genesis Open Pre-Tournament Complete Interview: JASON DAY Currently #1 - World Golf Rankings February 14, 2017 JOHN BUSH (PGA Tour Media Official): We would like to welcome World No. 1 Jason into the...

 

Culver City Moves To Ban Styrofoam

The Culver City Council voted 5-0 to direct city staff to prepare an ordinance banning single-use polystyrene containers, also known as Styrofoam and other utensils at local restaurants. Polystyrene...

 

Mish-MashED: Do Your Job/ Don't Do Your Job

“NO OPERATING SYTEM FOUND”. Four frightening words you never want to see on your computer. Debuting on my screen yesterday; my beloved laptop is sick. Which explains why I’m sitting here in the...

 

Man Killed In Culver Car Crash

A 33-year-old man was killed and his eight-year-old son was injured on Saturday when a car, allegedly stolen in Santa Monica, crashed into a vehicle driven by the victim. The car was being pursued by...

 

How About Hiring Women In Culver Fire Department?

In November vote for our firefighters, our paramedics and our police and against the power-grabbing politicians who just want their $250,000 salaries and $200,000 pensions. It seems as though in...

 

Culver Mayor Clarke Honored By Appreciative Seniors

The Culver City Mayor Jim B. Clark was honored Friday, August the 12th at Meridian of Cheviot Hill's Grand Opening, with a Lifetime Achievement Award given by the World Wide Corporation of Meridian...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 30, 2016

America! How Ya' Looking, Baby?

I'm talking with M., a friend in England, about the hideous violence in Orlando. "Well, you know, it's America." he said. That bothered me. I launched into various rational reactions, but inside, I...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    June 30, 2016

Smart And Spicy

I'm talking with M., a friend in England, about the hideous violence in Orlando. "Well, you know, it's America." he said. That bothered me. I launched into various rational reactions, but inside, I fe...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    June 9, 2016

KILLER'S CAR FOUND IN CULVER

The car belonging to the Gunman who shot Professor William Klug at UCLA last Wednesday was found on Washington Place in Culver City. Mainak Sarkar reportedly shot and killed his wife in Minnesota...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 12, 2016

Culver City Car Show Is A Success

The 13th Annual Culver City Car Show was a rousing success despite two major changes. First, the passing of Car Legend George Barris "The King of Kustomizers" who was a perennial figure at the show...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    May 5, 2016

New Veterans Cemeteries Are Being Planned

The State of California will open the third veterans’ cemetery on 78 acres at Seaside in Monterey Country. Planned for 5,000 burial sites on the old Ford Ord reservation, it’s free for the...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    April 21, 2016

Poll Dancing in Culver City

When I was a little girl, my mother would take me into the voting booth with her. There'd be three or four people sitting at a table with voter lists. We called them "Cake Ladies". Every election,...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: Demolition

Leave it to Jean-Marc Vallee to deliver yet another emotionally intense and introspective character driven film. Leave it to Jake Gyllenhaal to once again put his chameleonic skill set to use to deliv...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    January 7, 2016

Report To The People

City Manager's Update By John Nachbar Community Development Department • Parcel B and Town Plaza Project City Council Action Proposed for December 21st – The City of Culver City has been working w...

 

Culver City Year In Review

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter January: The City Council approved a budget not to exceed $39,662 for producing the summer concert series and approved Gary Mandell as the producer of the series....

 

Batmobile Creator George Barris Dies at 89

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher George Barris, whose name was synonymous with many cars built of television shows and movies, has died at his home in Encino. George was 89. He was an avid...

 

MOVIE REVIEWS: OUR BRAND IS IN CRISIS and INDIA'S DAUGHTER

It’s a political powerhouse this week at the theater as we are treated to David Gordon Green’s “fictional” OUR BRAND IS CRISIS based on the 2002 Bolivian presidential campaign, plus a...

 

Chalet Edelweiss Will Have You Singing Its Praises

“One of the joys of dining out is you don’t have to bite off more than you can chew; you can always ask for a doggy bag.” ~ Sandra Coopersmith The Bachofner family’s Chalet Edelweiss, just...

 

Students Raise Interesting Issues At Candidates Forum

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter The second Culver City School Board's candidates' forum on October 14 had quite a different tone from the first one. It seemed a lot simpler to understand and...

 

Students Raise Interesting Issues At Candidates Forum

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter The second Culver City School Board's candidates' forum on October 14 had quite a different tone from the first one. It seemed a lot simpler to understand and...

 

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