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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,...

 
 News    March 4, 2021 

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...

 

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...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    March 4, 2021 

UCLA men's basketball can capture the title this week

It is understandable if this season is looking a lot like last season for UCLA Bruin coach Mick Cronin. In his second season as the men's head basketball coach, Cronin has his team in position to win...

 
 News    March 4, 2021 

Long Beach Schools Reopen

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia announced on Twitter that LBUSD will begin in-person elementary school instruction on Monday, March 29. Long Beach Unified School District plans to resume in-person classes for grades K through 5 in March 2021. Schools...

 
 DBA    March 4, 2021 

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 News    March 4, 2021 

Cal. State Prisoners Get iPads

By Amber Jackson, Inmate at Corona Institute for Women That's right.iJpay is out as the prisoner email provider! A brand new deal between CDCR and www.gtl.net is in place and signed. This will widely expand the tablet program, allowing the use of...

 
 News    March 4, 2021 

Council Struggles to Curb Homelessness

By Jack Simon Most cities in California have struggled to come up with solutions to curb homelessness in their municipalities and it was no different for the Santa Monica City Council last night. At its annual study session on homelessness, the City...

 
 News    March 4, 2021 

LA Kids Resume Contact Sports

As of Friday, updated State guidance allows for all outdoor youth and adult recreational sports, including moderate contact and high contact sports, to resume practice, training and competitions in co...

 

Remembering Covid Victims

With the nation's death toll from Covid-19 passing half a million this week and nearly 20,000 deceased in Los Angeles County, a group of artists and individuals sought to find a way for the country...

 

UCLA MEN'S BASKETBALL SIGNEE PEYTON WATSON NAMED McDONALD'S ALL-AMERICAN

UCLA men's basketball signee Peyton Watson has been selected as a McDonald's All-America selection, as announced on Tuesday. In all, 48 high school seniors – comprising the top 24 boys and top 24 girls in the nation – have been selected by a comm...

 

Catalytic Converter Thieves Arrested.

Article by David Ganezer 2/17: The theft of a car part called a catalytic converter is an ongoing problem in LA County. All cars sold in California after 1974 are required to have catalytic converters. When cars are not parked in a secure area,...

 

City Sues Landlords For Eviction

By Jack Simon Santa Monica is taking a tougher stance against landlords who have ignored the eviction moratorium and aggressively tried to force out long-term tenants during the pandemic. The SM City...

 

Lawsuit To Stop, Err, Courts from Hearing Lawsuits

A lawsuit seeks to limit in-person L.A. County civil trials because of COVID-19 risk A number of public interest attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to halt in-person traffic and eviction trials held in Los Angeles County, claiming COVID-19...

 

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...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 18, 2021

Chargers and Rams set their sights on Super Bowl 56 at SoFi Stadium in 2022

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers victory at Super Bowl 55 in Tampa, another successful NFL season is over and in the books. Next year's Super Bowl will be staged at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, and in...

 

Los Angeles Unified Teams Up with the Los Angeles Rams and Hollywood Park to Offer a Vaccination Site For All School Staff in Los Angeles County

Los Angeles Unified today announced a collaboration with the Los Angeles Rams, Hollywood Park and the City of Inglewood to operate a large-scale vaccination site on the grounds of SoFi Stadium which could serve any of the public and private school te...

 

Durazo, Bloom Propose Homeless Hiring Tax Credit

LOState Senator María Elena Durazo and State Assemblyman Richard Bloom (D-Santa have introduced a package of legislation - Senate Bill 424 and Assembly Bill 675 - to create a California Homeless Hiring Tax Credit they allege would simultaneously...

 

LA Kings Doughty in it for the game or the paycheck?

Drew Doughty, the LA Kings' future hockey Hall of Famer, and, at the height of his career, one of the elite defensemen in the NHL, has unfortunately seen a decline in his performance over the past...

 

Council Discusses Promenade Future Nearly 40% of Storefronts are Vacant in Open-Air Mall

By Jack Simon The Third Street Promenade, the three-block, open-air retail and entertainment district, may be getting a facelift this year. At its meeting Tuesday night, the Santa Monica City Council discussed revitalization plans for the Promenade...

 

Is Vaccine Roll-out Inequitable?

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion On Monday, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department released statistics regarding the demographics of those who have received the Covid-19 vaccine. Of all the...

 

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...

 

Abrego Named Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Director

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce the appointment of Armando Abrego as Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Director. Mr. Abrego officially assumed the role on February 8....

 

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