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Young Adults Still Driving Covid-19 Cases; Culver City's Infection Rate Slowing Down

Public health officials this week reported that young adults are still driving up L.A. County's Covid-19 cases but the rate of inflection is slowing down, especially in Culver City. Throughout the...

 

Spa Owner Pleads Guilty to Mask Hoarding

The owner of the luxury spa where Gwyneth Paltrow famously recommended a 'vaginal steam' has landed in hot water with the courts. Niki Schwarz, 55, owner of Tikkun Holistic Spa in Santa Monica, plead...

 

Starbucks on Main Street Closes

It was opened sometime in the 1990's. But Starbucks on Main Street has closed permanently. Staff were offered transfers to one of Santa Monica's ten open locations. "As part of Starbucks' standard...

 

UCLA Study on Covid-19

UCLA is seeking people who were tested for Covid-19 no more than 5 days ago and were positively diagnosed, who still have symptoms but haven't been hospitalized. Or those close contact with someone...

 

Local Rents Down

Have you noticed more lawn signs than last year advertising apartments for rent? Well, you could be seeing a trend. Santa Monica rents have decreased over 10% since the Coronavirus lockdown began on...

 

Westfield Sues LA County to Reopen Malls

The operator of the Westfield Culver City is suing Los Angeles County, seeking to reopen its malls and challenging the coronavirus shutdown in the region. In their court papers obtained this week,...

 

Sizzler Chain Files for Bankruptcy

Sizzler, the restaurant chain founded in Culver City in 1958, has declared bankruptcy, filing for Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California on Monday. The company, which currently operates 107 locations, said...

 

The Future is now for the Chargers

The choice of the starting quarterback for the first game of the 2020 NFL season was an easy one for Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there were no...

 

BRIDGING GENERATIONS TO BATTLE SCAMS

QUESTION: What do you get when you combine a determined Girl Scout with a seasoned and scam-savvy acting group, each aiming to keep seniors from becoming victims? ANSWER: A generationally synergistic...

 

Sur La Table

Sur La Table will close several Los Angeles locations, including stores in Santa Monica, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and El Segundo as the company shutters more than half of its stores across the...

 

New look Chargers play Kansas City on Sunday

The days of the "Grip it and Rip it" passing game are gone for the Los Angeles Chargers. The Philip Rivers era is over and the Tyrod Taylor era has begun. Rivers was willing and unafraid to push the...

 

Rams continue to be winners in the community

By Steve Finley Sports Editor and David May It's hard to be consistent on the field or court but the Rams have been consistently good in the communities around Los Angeles since they came back to...

 

Covid-19 Cases Declining in Culver City

Experiencing a marked decline in the rate of infection, Culver City recorded only 38 new cases of Coronavirus and no deaths in the past month, the County Health Department has announced. As of press...

 

Landlords Strike Back

Tenants currently need not pay rent under Federal, State and local moratoriums. In case you were wondering, landlords are less than happy about the situation, especially given that they still have to pay their taxes. A group of apartment owners and...

 

Center Theatre Group Lays off more than Half its Staff

Less than three months after announcing its stages would have to remain dark through April, Center Theatre Group confirmed Friday that COVID-19 closures have forced the company to lay off 91 previously furloughed employees, a mix of full- and...

 

Former local college football stars will see action on Sundays

The Bruins and Trojans will not play football this fall because of the coronavirus but that does not mean you won't see UCLA and USC players on the field playing professional football in the NFL....

 

The Chiefs are favored to win the AFC West again

For a team that just won their first Super Bowl in 50 years, the Kansas City Chiefs never really got to celebrate. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Chiefs missed out on the celebratory tours...

 

It is Time for Santa Monica to Reckon With its Deeply Racist Past (Meaning Yesterday); Police Funds Reallocated for Healing and Black Well being

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion The Santa Monica City Council on Tuesday will be presented with suggestions from The Black Agenda for ways to spend the $200,000 already earmarked in June for efforts to support racial justice. The Black Agenda is...

 

Halloween Cancelled, Covid Scarier

By David Ganezer On Wednesday, Los Angeles County Public Health Chief Dr. Barbara Ferrer cancelled Halloween. Ok, fine, not really. I mean, Ferrer is not really a Doctor, she just plays one on TV. In real life, Ferrer is a PhD in Critical Race...

 

Labor Day Crowds on SM Beach

By David Ganezer Despite warnings that a typical Labor Day Weekend with Los Angeles area temperatures well above 100, would lead to a second wave of Covid-19, a pile-up on the beach was evident on...

 

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

1. What is a Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Many of them infect animals, but some coronaviruses from animals can evolve (change) into a new human coronavirus that can...

 

City of Culver City Requirements for Face Coverings

Culver City and Los Angeles County residents are required to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth if you are working at, shopping at or visiting a grocery store, restaurant or most other...

 

Culver City Enforcing Covid-19 Public Health Rules for Businesses to Protect Residents, Workers, and Visitors

The City of Culver City is continuing its efforts to slow the spread of Covid-19 and protect public health and safety by ensuring local businesses follow all city and LA County public health...

 

Culver City Suing Gym for Indoor Sessions

The city of Culver City is suing a gymnastics school and its owner-operator for allegedly offering indoor sessions in violation of health orders aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus, which...

 

Culver City high school swim coach has all hands on deck

Culver City high school varsity swim coach experienced a first year last spring that was one for the ages. Peter Egan’s hopes for a great season turned into disappointment because of the...

 

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