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Judge Orders Culver City Gymnastics

A judge has sided with Culver City and blocked a local gymnastics school from conducting indoor sessions for at least the next six weeks. Santa Monica Superior Court Judge Mark A. Young has issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Los...

 

LET THERE BE LIGHT

One way or another, pandemic notwithstanding, the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Baldwin Hills, which includes the communities of Culver City, Ladera Heights, View Park, Windsor Hills,...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 17, 2020 

Dear Honorable Mayor, Vice-Mayor, Council Members and Staff:

Re: Realignment of City Budget due to COVID-19 Shutdown and Losses in Revenue In light of the pandemic and its devastating impacts at all levels of society, the Culver City Coalition for Fiscal...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    September 17, 2020 

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...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    September 17, 2020 

Los Angeles Rams 2020 Inaugural Victory at SoFi Stadium

Make no mistake about it. The premiere of SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on Sunday night was a grand success. The Los Angeles Rams 20-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys was an important win for the...

 

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...

 

Headline Massage Parlor Reopens in Santa Monica

By Mary Leipziger Who are those masked men and women massaging backs and feet on Wilshire Blvd? We sent our most senior photographer to find out. After a 6 month closure mandated by Governor Newsom...

 

Air Quality Warning Due to Fires

The South Coast Air Quality Management District said air quality would be unhealthy through the weekend in nearly the entire county, even the coastal areas. "It is difficult to tell where smoke, ash...

 

Carmel-By-The-Sea: The Perfect Socially Distanced Bay Area Day Trip

By Letty Thomas With Covid-19 curtailing a lot of travel plans, the perfect remedy for a Bay Area resident is a day trip to somewhere new. Last month the four of us (myself, my sister Kathy, and my...

 

Chamber to Host Council Candidates Forum Sept. 15

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce will host an online City Council Candidates Forum next Tuesday, September 15, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. All eight candidates – who are running for three seats on the Ci...

 

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...

 

Relaxed Parking Enforcement Extended Until October 5

In its effort to help people stay home and slow the spread of Covid-19, the City of Culver City will continue to relax parking enforcement until October 5, which will be subject to extensions as...

 

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...

 

Your Tax Dollars Are Being Used to Torture Kittens

By Sabine Ganezer The Veterans' Affairs Laboratory divisions in Louisville, Cleveland, and right here in Los Angeles are conducting cruel "experiments" on cats and kittens. Healthy animals' spines are...

 

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...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    September 3, 2020

Chargers lose Derwin James for the season

If it were not for bad luck, they would have no luck at all. That could be one way to describe the Los Angeles Chargers. For the second straight season, star defensive back Derwin James failed to...

 

LAFC wake-up call against Seattle Sounders

"What, me worry?" Despite losing consecutive league matches to drop into a sixth-place tie in Major League Soccer'shighly competitive Western Conference, there is no panic in LAFC-ville. Yet, the 3-1...

 

SMC Students Learn Alone and At Home

by David Ganezer Santa Monica college has begun its Fall Semester with students at home. Classes are attended online, and yes, some instructors do take roll. "With the exception of nursing and...

 

Bonin Blames Police for Fiscal Crisis

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude On Wednesday, Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin published an editorial in the LA Times and sent out an email blasting the police union for refusing to take a pay...

 

State and US Eviction Moratoriums

The passage of a new California eviction ban and the surprise announcement of a federal policy preventing evictions may have some residents wondering which policies can help them stay in their homes....

 

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