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Dogs in Santa Monica are Howling with Excitement

Local pet parents have a reason to celebrate: Wag Hotels has opened in Santa Monica, California! The highly-anticipated Wag Hotels Santa Monica is ready to welcome lucky dogs and cats. With over...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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....

 
 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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Get Your Free Compost in Culver City!

To kick off International Compost Awareness Week, which begins May 2, Culver City Public Works is holding a free compost giveaway event in the parking lot adjacent to the Bone Yard Dog Park next weekend. The giveaway will be held on Saturday May 01,...

 

Gangs Run Pier Food Carts

By Corva Corvax, Observer Staff Writer A fight that broke out among pier vendors on Sunday afternoon highlights a persistent and dangerous problem at the Santa Monica landmark: criminal gang involvement in illegal street vending. Several police...

 

VA to House Homeless Vets

By Stan Greene You may have driven by a colony of homeless people living in tents on San Vicente, just outside the VA. Now army veterans are demanding that the Veterans Administration in Westwood, allow them to camp on the groups. The Westwood VA...

 

Pier Reopens ... Sort Of ...

by Mary Leipziger The Santa Monica Pier is opened- sort of. The usual entrance is off Ocean Ave and Colorado, on a steep incline. This has been closed and pedestrians are directed to Seaside, several...

 

Your Dog Might Be Older Than You Think.

According to a study from the University of California San Diego, a one year-old dog is more like a 30 year-old human. That's because new genetic evidence shows puppies and younger dogs age at a...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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 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...

 

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