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 News    April 15, 2021 

Suns Out, Surfs Up as Covid Retreats

AP and Observer Staff Santa Monica police limited access to the Pier on Easter Sunday, a result of crowds, mostly wearing masks, that tried to access the 120 year old wooden structure. Even with some...

 
 DBA    April 15, 2021 

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Culver City Students in Grades 3-5 to Return to Schools April 12

Culver City students in third through fifth grades will return to campus for in-person instruction beginning next Monday, April 12, the local school district has announced. This week, transitional...

 

Santa Monica Gets $29.3 Million From Stimulus Bill

By Jack Simon There is more for Santa Monica and Westside residents in the recently-passed $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill than $1,400 checks. The City of Santa Monica is slated to receive $29.3 million in federal grants, according to a report...

 

Culver City Expected to Receive $7.3 Million From Stimulus Bill

There is more for Culver City and Westside residents in the recently-passed $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill than $1,400 checks. The City of Culver City is slated to receive $7.3 million in...

 

Westfield Culver City Owner Plans to Sell Most of Its US Malls

The French parent company of Westfield Culver City is planning to sell off most of its U.S. malls by next year. Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield's (URW), based in Paris, has announced it would massively...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 11, 2021

Supports Massive Bailout

Dear editor, Nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic shutting down the United States, it's time for our leaders in Washington to put aside partisan bickering and do something to help. President...

 

9 great apes get COVID-19 vaccinations at San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo has vaccinated nine great apes for the coronavirus after a troop of gorillas in its Safari Park became infected, officials said Thursday. Four orangutans and five bonobos received...

 

Inoculation Rates in Culver City, Westside Much Higher than in Poorer Communities

Culver City and other wealthy communities in the Westside have some of the highest Covid-19 inoculation rates in Los Angeles County even though their residents were less affected by the coronavirus,...

 

Westside Pacific Villages Awarded $50,000 Grant from Cedars-Sinai

Westside Pacific Villages (WPV) received a $50,000 Capacity Building & Expansion grant from Cedars-Sinai to support outreach for WPV CARES. WPV CARES (COVID-19 Action Response for Elderly...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 4, 2021

Culver City high school football is back

After many months of checking tier levels, making sure coronavirus levels have dropped, the State of California, the County of Los Angeles, the CIF Southern Section office, the City of Culver City and...

 

Lakers rely on forged mettle to stay at the top

By Eric Lambkins II Sports Reporter Being a Laker epitomizes the allure, glitz and glamor of the City of Los Angeles. From Hollywood A-listers fashionably sitting courtside, to the blaring of Randy...

 

UCLA gymnastics

UCLA freshman, Chae Campbell performs on the balance beam in a gymnastics meet at UCLA last Saturday. UCLA beat a good Oregon State team 197.025-196.500. Campbell is one of the top freshman in the...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    March 4, 2021

Supports$5 Per Hour Extra Pay

Dear Editor: On February 23, 2021 the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted in favor of establishing "Hero Pay" for grocery and drug store employees. The pay would be $5.00 per hour in...

 

LA County Schools Reopen

Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Health has cleared county elementary schools to fully re-open for the first time in nearly a year. The decision is due to dropping coronavirus rates, health officials confirmed Monday night. But it isn’t clear...

 

Additional U.K. Variant Cases Confirmed in L.A. Count

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed two additional cases of COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 (U.K. variant), totaling 14 cases in Los Angeles County. This variant...

 

Covid-19 Cases, Deaths Declining in Los Angeles County, Culver City

Experiencing the same decline in the rate of infection as Los Angeles County, Culver City recorded 92 new cases of coronavirus and 6 deaths in the past two weeks, the County Health Department has...

 

Landlord Charged With Price Gouging

By Jack Simon Santa Monica has just signaled it will not tolerate rent gouging during a state of emergency. Last Friday, the SM City Attorney's Office announced it filed a criminal complaint charging...

 

School Reopening for LA Weighed

2/9/21: L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer told school leaders Tuesday that school reopening could precede universal vaccinations for teachers. The public increasingly has demanded that schools re-open immediately. School districts...

 

Newsom Backs Down on Churches

By Alyssa Erdley 2/8: Over the weekend, California Governor Gavin Newsom agreed to change the current lockdown guidelines regarding places of worship in which all indoor worship is prohibited. Newsom's change in policy follows a United States...

 

Anderson's leadership can keep the Trojans on top

The USC men's basketball team moved into the top 25 nationally rankings at No. 20 after they beat UCLA 66-48 last Saturday. Although the Bruins were missing some key players the Trojans look like the...

 

Rams trade Goff for Stafford

The time is now. The Los Angeles Rams blockbuster trade eight days before Super Bowl LV made them a serious contender for next season's Super Bowl LVI to be held at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. On...

 

Rivalries take on different meanings in college sports

There is nothing like rivalries in college sports. UCLA against USC and Ohio State versus Michigan are two of the most famous rivalries in college. In professional sports you can mention the Lakers...

 

Coronavirus Update: Cases, Hospitalizations Declining

Though Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are declining in Los Angeles County, Culver City still recorded 265 cases of Coronavirus and 14 deaths in the past two weeks, the County Department of Health...

 

Culver City Continues 'Relaxed' Parking Rules

Culver City officials announced "relaxed parking enforcement would be extended" at least through February. As Los Angeles County continues to try and stop the spread of the coronavirus, Culver City...

 

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