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CCUSD Named Third Most Diverse District in the State

Niche, a website that helps parents discover schools and neighborhoods that are right for them, has named Culver City Unified School District the third most diverse school district in California. The...

 

VILLAGE WELL PRESENTS PERIPATETIC POET BRIAN SONIA-WALLACE

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a young poet roaming the country with your manual typewriter, hiring yourself out in malls and wherever you could set up a little work area so you could have...

 

Culver City Just Lost its Moral Compass

Dear Editor, As a thirty-five year resident of Culver City, I've seen lots of changes - some good and some bad. But never yet have I witnessed the City losing its moral compass . . . until tonight, June 25, 2018. The City Council convened to discuss...

 

SMMUSD Schools Still Closed

Despite the reopening of a few private schools, such as a local Montessori preschool, local public schools will not reopen anytime soon. We asked Sarah Wahrenbrock, Assistant to the Superintendent, about a rumor that schools would soon be reopening....

 

Newsom Vetoes Ethnic Studies Bill

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion Governor Newsom sent AB331, a bill requiring an Ethnic Studies course for California high school graduation, back to the legislature without a signature on September 30, the last possible day for his action on the...

 

Chamber to Host Council Candidates Forum Sept. 15

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce will host an online City Council Candidates Forum next Tuesday, September 15, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. All eight candidates – who are running for three seats on the Ci...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    September 10, 2020

Praise for Zeidman

Dear Editor, We all grew up in Culver City and we graduated from Culver City High school in the past five years. Now, as adults and part of the Culver City community, we look forward to and expect...

 

Former local college football stars will see action on Sundays

The Bruins and Trojans will not play football this fall because of the coronavirus but that does not mean you won't see UCLA and USC players on the field playing professional football in the NFL....

 

Culver City high school swim coach has all hands on deck

Culver City high school varsity swim coach experienced a first year last spring that was one for the ages. Peter Egan’s hopes for a great season turned into disappointment because of the...

 

SM Moves Against Airbnb

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude Declaring they were "building community," the Santa Monica City Council voted on additional rules to try forcing out Airbnb-type rentals. Under the new law,...

 

SMRR, SM Forward Endorse Incumbents

By Leanord “Guzz” Brophy IV If you want to win a political race in this city, you’re probably going to need the support of Santa Monicans for Renters’ Rights, better known as SMRR, or face a tough uphill battle. At its recent online...

 

Tiger Woods and Upper Deck Team Up for Labor Day Weekend

Officially, Labor Day is a time to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers. Like apple pie, Labor Day sales have become an institution in the United States. This weekend,...

 

YOUTH HEALTH CENTER OPEN FOR SERVICES

The Sandy Segal Youth Health Center, located on the campus of Culver City High School and Culver City Middle School, is continuing to offer quality, affordable critical care even though the building is currently closed due to the pandemic. Venice...

 

Is it Social Justice or Antiracism at SMMUSD?

by Corva Corvax A Logical Opinion The top administrators at the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District presented their work on creating better student achievement and combating racism during a Special Meeting of the school board on Tuesday...

 

Virtual Fiesta La Ballona - August 21-23

The Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Department and Fiesta La Ballona Committee will host a Virtual Fiesta La Ballona the weekend of August 21-23, 2020. Although COVID-19...

 

Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection and deaths, the County Health Department has...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    August 6, 2020

Salter keeps the ball rolling at Culver City High School

Almost every successful organization is led by brilliant people at the top and a lot of times they are unsung heroes. They don't get a lot of credit but everyone in the organization knows who that...

 

LOS ANGELES RAMS LAUNCH SCOUTING APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

The Los Angeles Rams are kicking off the inaugural Scouting Apprenticeship program for 10 deserving minority and female candidates to strengthen their pursuit of a career in scouting. The program...

 

DODGERS ACTIVATE LHP CLAYTON KERSHAW

The Los Angeles Dodgers have activated left-handed pitcher Clayton Kershaw from the injured list and have optioned right-handed pitcher Mitch White. Kershaw, 32, will make the start today after...

 

Coronavirus Infection Rate Slowing Down in Culver City

The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Culver City is rising at a slow rate while Los Angeles County is setting new daily records of infection and deaths, the County Health Department has reported. As of press time Wednesday, the number of...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    July 30, 2020

Culver City High School Sports Will Look Different in the Fall

The coronavirus continues to dictate what's going to happen in sports and life in general and high school sports is no exception. The 2020-2021 season will turn to a different format because of...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    July 30, 2020

UCLA basketball Lands Top California Prospect

UCLA basketball has had a pipeline to the NBA for decades, producing some of the greatest players in NBA history. In the spirit of that storied tradition, Long Beach Poly star Peyton Watson announced...

 

CCEF Announces New Board Leadership

Elaine Behnken has been elected president and Monika Okker vice president of the Culver City Education Foundation board of directors. Behnken and Okker were elected by the CCEF's 14-member board in June to serve for the 2020-21 school year. Behnken i...

 

Large Crowd Aims for City Council Seats

By Leonard “Guzz” Brophy IV We already know this year’s presidential campaign is a wild one, but how about at the local level? It could be big too. Twenty-two people as of Wednesday have pulled papers for potential campaigns for five open...

 

The Illusion of a California Housing Crisis Versus the True Need for More Infrastructure, Including Water

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude The State Legislature has been working hard to attempt to squeeze 1.8 million more units of housing into the state before 2029 by producing at least nine land-use proposals this year, each of which either enable,...

 

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