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The Center by Lendistry Launches Digital Accelerator for California Entrepreneurs to Succeed Online

The Center by Lendistry, a nonprofit organization committed to closing the racial wealth gap, has launched a new Digital Literacy Accelerator program designed to help women- and diverse-owned California small businesses gain the technical expertise...

 

Los Angeles County DBA's

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Council Rescinds Vaccine Verification Requirements for Local Businesses

The City Council has decided to rescind the city's COVID-19 vaccine verification requirements for local food and beverage establishments, gyms and fitness venues, entertainment and recreation venues, personal care establishments and city facilities....

 

LA County Ends Indoor Mask Mandate

Indoor mask-wearing is no longer mandatory in Los Angeles County thanks to revised data released by federal health officials Thursday showing a decreased impact of COVID-19 on the county's health care system. Yesterday, the U.S. Centers for Disease...

 

CASTING FOR PREMIERE OF "ALMA"

Casting has been announced for the world premiere of up-and-coming playwright Benjamin Benne's new work "Alma" coming to Los Angeles at Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre March 6 through Apri...

 

Giving and Receiving

Food Giveaway Venice Family Clinic will provide food and COVID-19 vaccines free of charge from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, February 26, at its clinic site at 1091 La Brea Avenue in Inglewood. “Free, healthy food including fresh fruit and vegetables...

 

Local Briefs

Local Briefs Mt. Library Reopens The Montana branch library will reopen this week. It has been closed since March 2020, due to the Covid 19 emergency. It will only be open 2 days a week at first. The Montana Branch will be open Tuesdays from 10 a.m....

 

Michael Edward Morrisette, December 19, 1960 - February 14, 2022

Michael Edward Morrisette, age 61, passed away from complications of Covid-19 on February 14, 2022 at Torrance Medical Center. He was surrounded by family and at peace with his end, which came after...

 

Culver City Bus to Host One-Day Job Fair

Culver CityBus will host a one-day, hiring event on Saturday, March 5, to fill vacant bus operator positions. To meet its goal of recruiting bus drivers, Culver CityBus will conduct same-day...

 

Los Angeles County Lifts Mask Mandate for Vaccinated People

Los Angeles County has issued a new health order that now allows residents who are vaccinated against COVID-19 to take off their masks at indoor establishments that check for proof of vaccination. "As...

 

Genesis Invitational

By Robert Butchko, Observer Sports Writer Midway through the second round, it looked like the 2022 Genesis Invitational was going to turn into the Joaquin Neimann Run Away and Hide. Chile's best-known...

 

Local Briefs

City Rejects Vaccine Mandates 2/8/22: Santa Monica will not require that indoor restaurants and other businesses, require vaccines in order to enter their businesses. After City Staff presented a study stating that indoor vaccine mandates were...

 

LA County Mask Mandate Could be Lifted by April

The mask mandate in Los Angeles County could end in early April if current trends continue, health officials said this week. The number of Covid-19 positive patients in county hospitals dropped below...

 

Criminal, Civil Jury Trials Resume Effective Monday Mandatory Face Mask Order Remains in Effect in All Courthouses

Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor today announced the full resumption of Civil jury trials and Criminal trials and preliminary hearings beginning Monday, February 14 as the Omicron surge continues to...

 

Metro Bags Over $1 Billion From Feds

L.A. Metro Awarded $1.24 billion from Federal American Rescue Plan Act to Maintain Service and Project Progress The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) recently announced...

 

Special Events Grant Program Pre-Application Meeting

The Culver City Special Events Grant Program provides a centralized process for sponsorship and funding requests for local events. New and returning applicants are required to attend the online Pre-Application Meeting on February 17 at 7 PM. "The...

 

Promenade Belongs to the Homeless

By Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff 2/2/22 - Squalid conditions downtown and on the Third Street Promenade appear to be causing much of the vacancies in retail spaces visible there today. The downtown and Promenade area were already ailing before the...

 

Kentwood Players announces open auditions For FUN HOME

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for the musical FUN HOME with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, music by Jeanine Tesori, based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, on Saturday, March 5, 2022...

 

Contemporary Painting, Illustration, Sculpture from Around the World Comes to Los Angeles

By Rachel Ganz On Wednesday evening January 19, 2022, the gorgeous model Kaia Gerber dazzled the Red Carpet with her beauty at The LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere Party at the Los Angeles...

 

A Message From the Culver City Unified School District Superintendent

Dear CCUSD Community, I want to thank you for your understanding, patience and cooperation as we made the difficult decision to cancel school for the remainder of this week. We realize that having...

 

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Culver City's Hero Pay Ordinance

A United States District Court has rejected a lawsuit by Southern California Hospital at Culver City (SCHCC) challenging the city’s hero pay for hospital workers ordinance. On January 19, the court issued an order dismissing the First Amended...

 

State Extends Indoor Mask Mandate to Mid-February

With Covid-19 cases surging as a result of the Omicron variant, California’s Health Services officials announced yesterday that the statewide mandate requiring people to wear masks in indoor public...

 

Short Briefs

Grammy’s Move Out of LA The 64th edition of the Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from Las Vegas on April 3, the Recording Academy has announced. Harvey Mason Jr, CEO of the Recording Academy, shared the update in a statement on Grammy's...

 

Byfield is back on the ice again for the LA Kings after bouts of bad luck

The LA Kings hockey team, 19-13-5 (third place in the Pacific Division), is surging right now, seemingly rising like a Phoenix from the ashes, as they are riding on a three-game win-streak with two...

 

City Council Resumes Virtual Meetings

The City Council will meet by teleconference for the first City Council meeting of the new year on January 10. The meeting scheduled for January 24 will also be held virtually. Due to the surge in...

 

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