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 News    May 21, 2020 

Who's a Good Dog?

Culver City Observer Newspaper Publisher Steve Hadland suffered a stroke on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. "Steve took his dog, Zenni, for a walk Tuesday evening," explains Michelle, Steve's girlfriend....

 
 News    May 21, 2020 

Boneyard Dog Park Reopens

The City of Culver City announced they have reopened the Boneyard dog park with social distancing rules in place for both humans and four-legged friends Visitors are required to follow the rules...

 

Boneyard Dog Park Reopens

The City of Culver City announced they have reopened the Boneyard dog park with social distancing rules in place for both humans and four-legged friends Visitors are required to follow the rules...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    April 23, 2020

Culver City Animals

Dear Editor: Following up on the recent letter by Madeline Bernstein, President spcaLA, “In time of uncertainty, spcaLA is essential”, I would like to add information for those residents who love...

 

Twenty-Four Hours of Magic in Carmel-by-the-Sea!

By Kat Thomas Otter this world! Edible Skinny was lucky enough to get to do a weekend getaway to Carmel-By-The-Sea in early January! Carmel-by-the-Sea's is a one-square mile village drenched in...

 

Culver City Man Nominated for National Fitness Trainer of the Year

Sixteen fitness coaches from across the Unites States are vying for the annual award, which honors trainers and coaches who have made a positive impact in the lives of their students and communities....

 

Allegra California Café Lives Up To Its Name

I had a dear Chilean friend who, after enjoying a particularly scrumptious meal, would loll back and, with eyes slightly glazed and a blissful expression, invariably say, "guatita llena, corazon conte...

 

Police Blotter

The Culver City Police Department issued a crime report for September. The following crimes were reported in Culver City: 1 Homicide 12 Robberies 7 Assaults with Deadly Weapons 8 R...

 

Farragut Student Attends Democratic Presidential Debate

By Jeffrey Kraft III Age 10, Culver City Kid Scoop Media Correspondent, age 10, Farragut Elementary School Detroit...the city that changed me. Making our way from home (Culver City) to Detroit was an...

 

LA Football Club Faces Philly Union Saturday

Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) hopes the dog days of summer 2019 are coming to an end as they prepare to take on Philadelphia Union this Saturday, Sept. 14, in their first-ever visit to Talen...

 

National Night Out comes to Culver City

By Dennis J. Freeman The city of Culver City will be celebrating National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 6. The annual event that is recognized all over the country highlights community policing and inter...

 

Harbor Cruises in Marina Del Rey

The Marina Del Rey calendar published in the Log described the KJAZZ Champagne Saturday and Sunday Cruises throughout the year. Harbor views, live music, brunch buffet. (hornblower.com/home/mdr)....

 

KALEIDOSCOPE – A HARMONIOUS DIVERSITY

"Where words fail, music speaks." ~ Hans Christian Andersen Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra ("KCO"), a 501(c)3 non-profit, was founded five years ago by Benjamin Mitchell, its president, a clarinetist...

 

Culver City to Host Compost Giveaway

To kick off International Compost Awareness Week (May 5-11), Athens American Organics and the Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Division (EPO) are teaming up to provide free compost! The event will be held on Saturday...

 

Winter Writing Contest Winners

The Culver City Observer believes that a fundamental part of life is learning how to write. This week we will feature the first-place winner Delina Melaku. We will be featuring the writing of other...

 

Debbie Cahill Retiring From Senior Center

Debbie Cahill's warm, colorful office at the Culver City Senior Center includes a creatively chaotic filing system. "My office is like an archeological dig," she explained. "If you want to know what...

 

Barricaded Suspect Surrenders

Stephen Robb is Held on $1.1 Million Bail A 39-year-old man is being held on $1.1 million bail at the Culver City jail after he barricaded himself in a local hotel room for several hours on Monday...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    October 18, 2018

Chargers Whip Brown in Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns were unbeaten at home in 2018 heading into Sunday’s game with the Los Angeles Chargers. The Browns were 2-0-1 at home and looking like a team that could become a factor in the AFC Central race. They were coming off an...

 

Culver Fire Marshall Mike Nagy Passes at Age 52

Michael "Mike" Nagy, a beloved and longtime fixture in Culver City's firefighting community, passed away on Sept. 18. He was 52. His wife of 12 years, Susan Preletz, was at his side. Mr. Nagy was a...

 

SKIP THE SIESTA, COME TO TITO'S FIESTA!

Despite sharing a name, Tito's Tacos (titostacos.com), and Tito's Handmade Vodka (titosvodka.com) are not related. However, they definitely have three things in common: an unquestionable commitment...

 
 By David W. Myers    News    August 9, 2018

'National Night Out' Draws More than 1,000 Visitors

More than 1,000 Culver City residents and other Westsiders joined dozens of local police officers and firefighters this week to celebrate "National Night Out," the annual countrywide event that's gear...

 

Confessions of a Concerned Citizen

By Ron Bassilian I suppose my name has gotten out a bit ahead of me. In the past few months I’ve gone from casual observer of Culver City politics, to concerned citizen, to specter of the "Alt Right" that the City Council must defend against in...

 

Elegant ... Empowered ... Exciting!

By Sandra Coopersmith "Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future." Coco Chanel To find vibrant,...

 

Pit Bulls Attack Culver City Residents

Three Culver City residents were attacked by two pit bulls that also injured another dog in San Francisco on Sunday morning, police said. The local residents -- two women, aged 43 and 18, and a...

 

Poetry Book Proceeds Benefit Boneyard – Woof!

Like to smile? Want to do a good deed? Then on Sunday, May 20 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. stop by Centinela Feed & Pet Supplies, 5299 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City, (310) 572-6107, for the book...

 

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