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 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 16, 2022

Angel City's Christen Press is out for the season

Angel City Football Club received the worst possible news on Monday, June 13. The club confirmed that team leader and forward Christen Press sustained a season-ending ACL injury in the 63rd minute at...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 9, 2022

Angel City Win is Costly

Angel City FC received the worst possible news on Monday, June 13. The club confirmed that team leader and forward Christen Press sustained a season-ending ACL injury in the 63rd minute at Racing...

 

Mary Elizabeth Trepany

Betty Trepany, 98, longtime resident of Santa Monica, was born in Detroit to George and Elizabeth McClellan. After graduating from high school, she entered the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary convent in Monroe, Mich. She realized...

 

Rick Crocker Memorial 5K Run

"Two Marines killed, several wounded. I was hesitant to write about this, however, it's the reality of this place. Everyone in the battalion is getting through this." - Ricardo Crocker, in one of his...

 

Mash Gallery Grand Opening

By Christine Peake, Peakeprgroup.com 5.18: Mash Gallery successfully opened it's new location doors this past weekend and hundreds of the Los Angeles art community were on hand to admire the stunning...

 

Pups At the Park Adds Second Date At Dodger Stadium During 2022 Season

The popular fan favorite event, Pups at the Park, has added a second night at Dodger Stadium in 2022 after selling out its first date on May 14. The second Pups at the Park event, presented by Lucy...

 

Dog Hiking

By Chanin Victor Photo: Summer Travel Pet Safety Tips from VEG, an Emergency Only Veterinary Group that has Revolutionized the Pet Emergency Experience With warmer weather just around the corner, you may be planning some upcoming adventures with...

 

Do Your Research Before Donating to Ukrainian Pet Charities

From humanewatch.org One of the most widely shared images of the horror unfolding in Ukraine was that of a man, Andriy Kulik, attempting to console his dog who was paralyzed by fear after a nearby...

 

Easter Candy Toxic For Dogs

Veterinarians from BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital are issuing a warning for pet owners ahead of Easter, fearing a higher-than-usual uptick in chocolate toxicity cases. BluePearl, which...

 

New Exhibit at the Culver City Historical Society Museum

The Culver City Historical Society Museum in the Veterans Memorial Building announced it has re-opened after 1 1/2 years of pandemic closure. It has been newly re-decorated and offers more exhibits,...

 

Ukraine Pet Relief

Since Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, people have been fleeing the war-torn country, seeking safer shelters. There have been videos and photos of people holding onto...

 

Dog Rescued From LA River

A woman and her dog got trapped in the rain-swollen Los Angeles River Monday, and while the woman was quickly brought to safety, the spooked dog broke free and waded into the rushing river, sparking...

 

The Westin Carlsbad Resort and Spa Perfect For A Memorable Coastal Getaway

BY: Chanin Victor Observer Travel Editor Suppose you're searching for sunsets, ocean breezes, and spectacular views and want to escape to luxury. In that case, The Westin Carlsbad Resort & Spa is...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 24, 2022

Culver City high school teams shine in the spring time

Spring and hot weather are in the air and for several Culver City high school athletic teams that means they are heating up with the weather. The boy's baseball team, girl's lacrosse and boy's...

 

The Actors' Gang Returns to the Stag Withs Satire 'Can't Pay? Don't Pay!'

‘Can't Pay? Don't Pay!’ written by Nobel Laureate Dario Fo and Franca Rame is returning to The Actors' Gang Theater in the old Ivy Substation on March 19, 2022, with previews beginning March 12, exactly two years from the day the theater was...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    February 24, 2022

Clark leads sweep over Washington school as UCLA gets ready to end regular season

After a tough 67-64 loss to the Trojans at USC on February 12, the UCLA Bruins returned to the Westwood campus last week, struggling with nagging injuries and inconsistent play on both ends of the flo...

 

Dog's Life

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer K-9 Jack is an explosives expert at moving and static explosives; a fine distinction we'll explain in a moment. We met the yellow Labrador and his trainer, Offi...

 

Dognapping Attempt at 14th St. and Pearl

By Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer According to a post on NextDoor, dognappers attempted to steal a French Bulldog from an owner in Santa Monica. The three teenagers pinned the owner on the ground. But he beat them off through use of pepper spray....

 

South Coast Winery Resort & Spa

By Chanin Victor In the heart of Temecula Valley Wine Country and surrounded by 63 acres of beautifully tended vines, you’ll find family-owned South Coast Winery Resort and Spa. Bask in an idyllic setting and experience Southern California’s wine...

 

January is "Live Large" and Adopt a Big Dog Month

A disproportionate number of big dogs are among the thousands of healthy, adoptable dogs that don’t make it out of California’s animal shelters each year, simply because they don’t have a safe place to call home. That’s why the Los Angeles...

 

LAX Pups

By Sarah Storkin, Observer Staff Writer Therapy dogs dressed in Christmas outfits helped 200,000 passengers a day pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the holiday period, reports the...

 

Overlooked Stories of 2021

By David Ganezer, Observer Staff Writer I asked Phil Brock what he thought were important overlooked local stories. His reply: I'm not sure about "overlooked." But I believe underplayed in some...

 

Woof!

By David Ganezer $80 per month buys you and your pooch access to astroturf amidst the City, and even private events. What do you do with 20,000 square feet of vacant parking lot in Santa Monica? You...

 

Connecting With Heather Baker, New City Attorney

The path that would lead Heather Baker to becoming City Attorney of Culver City started in a schoolyard and culminated in October, 2021 when the City Council voted to appoint her to replace Carol...

 

Homeless Pets

By Sarah Storkin Many homeless people hit the streets along with their pets. Others acquire pets when they are homeless. The animals seemingly don't discriminate on the basis of housing. They are...

 

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