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FOOD FOR THOUGHT FROM SAMUEL ESCOBAR

"Tito's Tacos is a place like home, where I feel welcome with staff and owners," said Samuel Escobar, manager of Tito's Tacos Commissary, which produces over 90% of the cuisine for the restaurant....

 

Teens Impacted by Prison Share Their Hurts, Fears, Dreams, and Hopes Through Personal Reflections and Creative Expression

Research offers this startling statistic: One in 14 children in the United States has a parent who either is or has been behind bars. If that number astonishes you, it's because these young people...

 

Teacher Will Carry Baby, Again, in Race

If the Screenland 5K presented "Lifetime Achievement" Oscars, the Academy Awards Day event on March 10 at Ivy Station would honor its "Legacy Runners" for their "exceptional contributions." Some 35...

 

In Loving Memory of Lillian Dorothy Happy

Lillian Dorothy Happy, nee Pike was born in Los Angeles, California on May 17, 1924. Lillian, or Lil' as her family and friends called her, lived in Palms and Culver City, CA all of her life. Lillian...

 

Athletic Police Chief Embraces a Good Fight

For Sims, a multi-sport athlete, the Screenland 5K on March 10 is "right up his alley because he enjoys physical fitness and competition," said CCPD Community Engagement Manager Jennifer Atenza. A rec...

 

Culver City boys' basketball loses to Rolling Hills Prep in the CIF playoffs

The last Culver City winter sports team that made the CIF playoffs was eliminated last Tuesday. The boys' basketball team was beaten by Rolling Hills Prep 74-62 in a very loud gym at Los Angeles...

 

Culver City boys' basketball loses to Rolling Hills Prep in the CIF playoffs

The last Culver City winter sports team that made the CIF playoffs was eliminated last Tuesday. The boys' basketball team was beaten by Rolling Hills Prep 74-62 in a very loud gym at Los Angeles...

 

Three Culver City High School teams made it to the big dance

In professional sports they call it the Playoffs and the Super Bowl. In college basketball they refer to it as March Madness and in California high schools this reporter calls it February Madness....

 

Centaur winter sports teams are hoping to make the playoffs

Culver City high school has five winter sports teams competing in the last weeks of the regular season but only one team is guaranteed to go to the big dance which is the CIF Southern Section playoffs...

 

Culver City high school girls' soccer battle elements and opponents

High school winter sports bring a whole new outlook to high school sports. Southern California athletes complain about the weather but in other parts of the nation the elements are twice as bad....

 

Former Culver High Teacher Louis Del Pozzo Dies

July 11, 1930 - January 9, 2024 Louis ("Lou") Michael Del Pozzo, beloved father, grandfather, teacher and friend, died in his home on January 9, 2024. He was born on July 11, 1930 in Ridgway,...

 

UCLA travels to USC on Saturday in men's basketball

Although both teams are near the bottom of the Pac-12 men's basketball standings it's still UCLA against USC which makes it a big game in Los Angeles. The Bruins are 8-11 overall and 3-5 in the...

 

UCLA travels to USC on Saturday in men's basketball

Although both teams are near the bottom of the Pac-12 men's basketball standings it's still UCLA against USC which makes it a big game in Los Angeles. The Bruins are 8-11 overall and 3-5 in the...

 

A team without a pool continues to produce the last 35 years

It's a well-documented fact that the Culver City high school boy's and girl's aquatics programs produce successful swimming and water polo teams without a pool on campus. They use the Vets Park...

 

CCHS girls' basketball looks to improve in Bay League play

The Culver City high school girls' varsity basketball team is hoping to continue to climb the standings of a strong Bay league after starting league play with an 0-3 record. The Centaurs are now 2-3...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 18, 2024

Chargers complete head coaching interview with Jim Harbaugh

The Los Angeles Chargers last Monday announced the completion of their head coaching interview with University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. The Michigan Wolverines and Harbaugh recently won...

 

Culver City Symphony Orchestra Kicks Off 2023-24 Season

The concert will be held on Sunday January 21, at 7:00pm in the Robert Frost Auditorium located at Culver City High School. In 2022-23 the Orchestra presented its first full season for several years,...

 

CCHS girls' basketball looks to improve in Bay League play

The Culver City high school girls' varsity basketball team is hoping to continue to climb the standings of a strong Bay league after starting league play with an 0-3 record. The Centaurs are now 2-3...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    January 11, 2024

Chargers end the 2023 football season with a loss to the Chiefs

The late, great Hall of Fame football Coach John Madden once said about losing, "I've always said winning's the great deodorant, and conversely, when you have a bad record, everything stinks, and...

 
 By teve Finley    Sports    January 11, 2024

CCHS boys' basketball is surprising a lot of people

This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Culver City high school boys' varsity basketball team. They have a new head coach and several new players but after a slow start the Centaurs have...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 4, 2024

Culver City High School girls' basketball looking for their identity

The season is still young, but the Culver City High School girls' varsity basketball team needs an identity check. The team has talent, but they are young and somewhat inexperienced. The 6-6 Lady...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    December 28, 2023

Buffalo squeaks out a victory over the Chargers

The Buffalo Bills came into SoFi Stadium in Inglewood last Saturday night having beaten the Miami Dolphins, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Dallas Cowboys this season, teams that are among the best...

 

New CCHS Athletic Director has some big shoes to fill

One of the most challenging jobs on a college or high campus is the athletic director. He or she is responsible for a host of athletic teams along with coaches, booster club members, the band,...

 
 By Bill Seals    Sports    December 21, 2023

UCLA defeats Boise State and wins the LA Bowl

The roller coaster ride that has been the 2023 season for the UCLA Bruins football team ended on a high note last Saturday as the Bruins defeated the Boise State Broncos in the LA Bowl, 35-22. The...

 

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