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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...

 

Local Briefs

SM Named Drunkest City in State Santa Monica has been named the 'Drunkest City in California' according to RoadSnacks.net "It wasn't even close. It was Santa Monica by a landslide and then everyone else below," the site comments. The site explains...

 

All about Orange Cats

By Sabine Ganezer Ginger Cats Rule: Why Everyone From Winston Churchill to Leif Erickson and Hogwarts Adored Orange Kitties Last week, in honor of the beginning of Halloween month, we featured a few...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    October 7, 2021

Centaurs defense corrals Mustangs in important Bay League win

Coaches say offense wins games but defense wins championships. If that's the case Culver City's 16-9 victory over a good Mira Costa team last Friday night at Culver City maybe their stepping stone to...

 

Stephen Michael Kelly, 1950 - 2021

May 25, 1950 – Vietnam Veteranber 5, 2021 Stephen Michael Patrick Kelly was a big man in many ways. Not just physically but in his love of life, friends, and family. The biggest part of Steve was his heart as can be evidenced by the outpouring of...

 

LA Spike in Two Canine Illnesses

By Kacey Montoya, KTLA 9/16: A pair of diseases for dogs have pet owners and public health officials worried in Los Angeles County. Dr. Karen Ehnert, director of Veterinary Public Health for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, noted t...

 

Safety Culver City Celebrates Pedestrian Month

September is Pedestrian Safety Month and Culver City, through a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), is conducting a month-long celebration of active transportation with a focus on safety....

 

Lyft Goes to the Dogs

Weiner: what if you ordered a Lyft and received a 27-foot hot dog? Kristen Zeis From the NY Post: The iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is hitting the street like a dog in heat across select...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    August 26, 2021

Dangerous Move to Open Jackson Gate

Dear Neighbors, No matter where one stands on the Jackson Gate issue, the most dangerous and sad fact is that there has been a long history of lack of transparency on this issue and egregious lack of...

 

National Dog Day

One of the Culver City {police Departments K-9 officers surrounded by members of the Culver City Police Department in front of a CCPD patrol car....

 

Sick Dog Cases May Originate in an SM Boarding House

By Veterinary Angels The Director of Veterinary Public Health for Los Angeles County issued an animal health alert to veterinarians in the area, informing them that they have noted a large increase in...

 

Weekend Getaways in California

By Chanin Victor Experience quintessential California living at this destination resort where rest and recreation go hand in hand! The Quail Lodge and Golf Club is a beautiful, luxury hotel in...

 

Love at First Sight

By Observer Staff LA County Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) launched an enhanced adoption pro-gram called "Love at First Sight." "It's intended to improve the adoption experience for...

 

Experience Lux Beach Living on Your Next Family Vacation

By Chanin Victor A Fun and Charming Central California Coast Destination: Family-Friendly and Pet-Friendly The Central California Coast along the Pacific Ocean is a favorite for family road trips...

 

Bear Cub and Mom Splash Around in Backyard Pool

By Polly Hansen Two bears found some relief from the Southern California heat in a backyard pool in Glendale. A backyard pool provided a much-needed break from the Southern California heat for a...

 

Local Briefs

Rat Birth Control for LA Los Angeles is on its way to becoming the nation’s “rattiest” city. Downtown LA in particular has a rat problem, centered on the homeless encampments located throughout the area. A new rat contraceptive is being...

 

Black Bears Join Lake Tahoe Beachgoers

6/2: An afternoon on the lake unexpectedly turned into a close encounter with wildlife for beachgoers in California. A large adult black bear and three cubs took to a South Lake Tahoe beach on Sunday...

 

Keep the Coyotes at Bay

By Denise Delyle Special to the Observer Photo: Lost pet posters. Please keep your companion animals indoors at all times when you cannot be supervising! "Covid this, Covid that... It wouldn't kill yo...

 

Stolen French Bulldog Reunited with Owner; Suspect Nabbed by CC Police

By Jack Simon, Observer Staff Writer Culver City police arrested on Saturday a man who allegedly stole at gunpoint a 10-month-old French bulldog in Fox Hills earlier this week. "The French bulldog was located (unharmed) and returned to its rightful...

 

Stolen French Bulldog Reunited with Owner; Suspect Nabbed by CC Police

Culver City police arrested on Saturday a man who allegedly stole at gunpoint a 10-month-old French bulldog in Fox Hills earlier this week. "The French bulldog was located (unharmed) and returned to i...

 

Paw & Order

1 in 3 Californians Believe Daily Dog Walks should be law. • 43% believe dog owners who don't walk their pets should receive a life ban from owning pets. • Half think tying up dogs for over an...

 

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