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 Sports    May 16, 2024 

Avery Anderson, Director of UCLA Track & Field and Cross Country, to Retire from Coaching

The UCLA track & field and cross country program will be under new leadership in 2024-25, as Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Avery Anderson has announced that he is retiring from coaching....

 
 DBA    May 16, 2024 

Los Angeles County DBA's

If you have already filed your DBA and it needs to be published, just scan the front page of the certified copy and email it to: publisher@culvercityobserver.com. We will publish it for 4 weeks....

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 2, 2024

Newsom Recall Part Deux

Activists who successfully placed a recall on California's ballot in 2021 and forced the Democratic governor to spend tens of millions are trying to oust him again. Newsom is often listed as a...

 

Beverly Hills Man Pleads Guilty to Causing Investors to Lose $18.4 Million via Cannabis-Related Cons and Bogus Bottling Company

A Beverly Hills man pleaded guilty today to federal criminal charges for causing investors more than $18 million in losses – while he was completing a sentence in a prior criminal case – by duping the...

 

FORMER UCLA STANDOUT JRUE HOLIDAY NAMED TO 2024 USA OLYMPIC TEAM

Former UCLA standout guard Jrue Holiday has been named to the 2024 USA Basketball Men's National Team, which will compete at the Olympic Games in Paris this summer, set for July 26-Aug. 11. Holiday...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 11, 2024

99 Cents Only Stores Closing Down For Good, Files for Bankruptcy

27 cents only stores announced on Thursday, April 7, it is going through a "wind-down" of business operations. The shutdown will impact all 371 store locations, the company wrote in a statement. In a...

 

Newsome Recall Deux

Activists who successfully placed a recall on California's ballot in 2021 and forced the Democratic governor to spend tens of millions are trying to oust him again. Newsome is often listed as a...

 

General Plan, Zoning Code Amendments Discussed

The City Council received an update on the Draft General Plan and Zoning Code Framework from Planning and Development Director Mark Muenzer and his staff. The General Plan Update was initiated in 2019...

 

COVID-19 Cases Increase

As COVID-19 Transmission Indicators Increase, Common-Sense Precautions offer Important Protection from Exposures, Transmission and Severe Illness Three weeks after Thanksgiving, Los Angeles County is...

 

As COVID-19 Transmission Indicators Increase Precautions offer Important Protection from Exposures, Transmission and Severe Illness

Three weeks after Thanksgiving, Los Angeles County is seeing an increase in indicators of COVID-19 transmission. With cases rising, new variant strains emerging, and the ongoing risk of Long COVID,...

 

It's Not Too Late to Get the Updated COVID-19, Flu Vaccines for Maximum Protection This Winter

Heading into December, some residents may be questioning whether they missed the window of opportunity to get effective protection against this winter's respiratory viruses before holiday festivities...

 

Pediatrician Offers Advice to Parents Wondering: Is it Safe for Children to 'Trick or Treat' This Halloween?

Now that COVID-19 is less of a threat due to a majority of Californians being vaccinated, we're likely to see more ghosts, goblins and witches walking down neighborhood streets this Halloween as...

 

Woman Pleads Guilty to $359M Fraud

A California woman pleaded guilty Thursday to fraudulently submitting claims to governmental and private insurance programs during the COVID-19 pandemic for expensive and medically unnecessary respira...

 

SMC's Drescher Planetarium Presents Free, Live Virtual Shows on Fridays in Late Sept. and Oct

Santa Monica College's John Drescher Planetarium continues its Friday evening events in late Sept. and Oct. 2023 with free, live virtual shows presented online at smc.edu/planetarium. This month's fri...

 

Open Auditions For The Tony Award Winning Musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for the Tony Award Winning Musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder on Saturday, August 26 from 10am to 1pm, and Sunday, August 27 from 6pm to 9pm at...

 

Open Auditions For An Inspector Calls

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for J.B. Priestley's suspenseful drama An Inspector Calls on Saturday, July 22 from 10am to 1pm, and Sunday, July 23 from 7pm to 10pm at the Westchester...

 

Covid Cases Climb in County

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released increases in reported COVID-19 cases, virus concentrations in wastewater, and the percentage of positive COVID-19. Two thousand thirty four...

 

Mayor Karen Bass Announces Additional Senior Staff

LOS ANGELES – Mayor Karen Bass today announced the appointment of a Deputy Mayor and two Directors in her Administration. The appointments demonstrate her continued dedication to ensuring her Administration's commitment to innovative and e...

 

Remote work can help organizations thrive during tough economic times through CuraeSoft's platform, coAmplifi

SAN RAMON, CALIFORNIA - coAmplifi, a CuraeSoft creation, is reimagining the workplace by offering an online platform that facilitates the transition of companies to remote work. As the US economy...

 

THREE YEARS AFTER COVID LOCKDOWN, UNITED WAY OF GREATER LOS ANGELES SHOWS HOW THE NEXT CRISIS CAN HURT LESS

Los Angeles, CA— As the end of the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency in Los Angeles County approaches, and we remember back to the beginning of the global pandemic, United Way of Greater Los Angeles is excited to share a Community Conversations Re...

 

Silverado Senior Living Management

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón has announced that Silverado Senior Living Management, Inc., and three managers have been charged in connection with 14 COVID-related deaths at its residential care facility in 2020. “The in...

 

THE MUSIC CENTER KICKS OFF ITS 20TH DANCE SEASON WITH WORLD-RENOWNED PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY ON APRIL 28 – 30

LOS ANGELES (March 14, 2023) - The Music Center launches its 20th season of Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center with the return of the Paul Taylor Dance Company, one of the most famous...

 

State, Federal Officials to Provide Update on March Storm Response

State, Federal officials will provide an update on the state's response to impacted California communities following a series of significant storms in March. Speakers will be available from the f...

 

Florida Correctional Officers Anxiously Await an Answer From Governor DeSantis on 2022 and 2023 Recognition Payments

Correctional Officers and Sheriff's Detention Deputies leave their families daily to voluntarily lock themselves up in a Florida jail or prison for as many as 5-7 days a week for periods of as much...

 

Earth Day Section - CONSERVE TO PRESERVE

Our global community has been shocked by the largest global crisis in a generation. COVID-19 has shown us the necessity of thinking ahead, but the next crises are already on their way. Climate...

 

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