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Holmes Wins Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club

It was the PGA Tour’s version of Survivor: Santa Monica Canyon. Two Kentucky gentlemen weathered two rounds on the final day of high winds and plummeting temperatures at Riviera Country Club for an...

 

Bubba and DJ to Play at Riviera

The champs keep coming back. 2018 defending champion Bubba Watson and the 2017 tournament winner, Dustin Johnson, have both committed to playing in this year's 2019 Genesis Open from February 14-17...

 

Kentwood Players To Present 'Daddy's Dyin' Who's Got The Will'

Kentwood Players will present the drama 'DADDY'S DYIN' WHO'S GOT THE WILL,' by Del Shores, next month at the Westchester Playhouse. Performance dates are July 13 through August 18 on Fridays and...

 

Sad About Norm's Closing

Just remember, “Our Gasoline Tanks” should not be Sacramento’s piggy bank. Perhaps you’ve heard, but I haven’t; what is happening with the prison at Guantanamo? When you are, hungry and...

 

Auditions for Daddy's Dyin' Who's Got The Will?

Kentwood Players will hold open auditions for DADDY’S DYIN’ WHO’S GOT THE WILL?, by Del Shores, on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10:00am to 1:00pm and Sunday, May 13 from 6:00 to 9:00pm. Callbacks will be held on Monday, May 14 at 7:00pm by...

 

High School Students Present "Culver For A Cause" charity Run

Culver City High School Associated Student Body Presents” Culver for a Cause run for Better Education”. What: Come be a part of the Culver for a Cause 5K Charity Run! There will be food, live...

 

Once Again Bubba Watson Is the Winner

Bubba and Riviera are an even-year match made in heaven. For the third time in the past five years Bubba Watson won the PGA Tour's signature event in Pacific Palisades at the Riviera Country Club....

 

Traffic Ticket Amnesty Program Has Ended

Did anybody at DMV, the courts or city hall tell us about the California traffic ticket amnesty program that expired on Monday, April 1? The program which started October 2015, eighteen months ago...

 
 By Carole Bell    Opinion    July 20, 2017

Summer Fruit For Thought

1 Cherries - much better than you thought. 2 But you must read the warnings! (see below cherries) I ate a cup of cherries for dessert. I'd forgotten how wonderful they taste. I felt very full, satisfi...

 

Culver National Bank Chief John Newhouse Dies

John Newhouse, former President of Culver National Bank in Culver City died on Sunday after suffering a stroke two weeks ago. Newhouse and his father George Newhouse built Culver National Bank into a powerhouse for local businesses. They could help...

 

It's Getting Worse: Postmen Are Being Attacked By Dogs

Just remember, Our Gasoline Tanks should not be Sacramento’s piggy bank.!!! Perhaps you’ve heard, but I haven’t; what is happening with the prison at Guantanamo? Unprecedented, misguided,...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 13, 2017

It's Looking Good For Culver Golf

Yes, Culver City High has a golf team. Not surprisingly, many of school's students and teachers are also not aware of this fact. The sprawling athletic fields that adorn the campus supporting the...

 

2017 Genesis Open Pre-Tournament Interview - Jordan Spieth

Genesis Open Pre-Tournament Complete Interview: JORDAN SPIETH Currently #6 - World Golf Rankings February 14, 2017 DOUG MILNE (PGA Tour Media Official): I'd like to welcome Jordan Spieth. Jordan,...

 

Columnist Suggests Year-Round Culver Classes

The County of Los Angeles is planning a tax to fund drought planning, which will be introduced in an election after November 2016. When we get to Baltimore, Maryland we plan to see the National Great...

 

MOVIE REVIEW - Criminal

How can anyone pass up a Kevin Costner film where his character of Jerico Stewart reads like a combination of that in "Mr. Brooks" and "3 Days to Kill"? Then toss in Ryan Reynolds, Gary Oldman, Gal...

 

Longtime Culver Resident Katherine Klemic Dies

Katherine Klemic, who has been a Culver City resident since the 1950's died at home last month following a massive stroke. Arrangements are under the direction of Gates, Kingsley & Gates Smith...

 

Columnist, Wife Like Small, Lee For Last Council Position

As you all know by reading this commentary every week Theodorsia and I have endorsed Marcus Tiggs and Meghan Sahli-Wells for Culver City’s City Council. We appreciate those two for their strong commitment to the betterment of our town. The facts...

 

Columnist Wants More Transparency In Local Governmernt

There shouldn’t be a question in anyone’s mind that for all the right reasons I feel Marcus Tiggs can bring a new common sense approach to our City Council. Transparency in local government needs...

 

Criminal Record Cleaning Workshop Is Held; More To Come

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist The City of Compton did not have votes from its council to place the following measures on the November 3, 2015 ballot when the council voted in June, 2 - 2 with...

 

Fisherman Sets World Record

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist On June 6 Alex Newman, an experienced grouper tournament fisherman, landed a grouper weighing 124.18 pounds. The fish creating this new world record was caught...

 

Peanuts Is The Way To Go

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist I just finished reading the Journal of the American Medical Association’s “Internal Medicine” report published online March 2, 2015. Briefly, Vanderbilt...

 

McDonald's Has A Big Tax Problem

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist So you think you have tax problems and perhaps you do, but it’s nothing like McDonald’s. Gabby Hayes would say, “No Siree, Bob.” I’m sure it was purely...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    March 26, 2015

City Manager's Report

Community Development • Airport Marina Ford/Honda – A permit has been issued for three new auto service buildings at 6002 Centinela Avenue. • 76 Station – A permit has been issued for demoliti...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    March 19, 2015

City Manager's Report

By John Nachbar City Manager Community Development • Airport Marina Ford/Honda – A permit has been issued for three new auto service buildings at 6002 Centinela Avenue. • 76 Station – A...

 

Services Held For Train Advocate Ken Ruben

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher The graveside services were held last Sunday morning for Ken Ruben at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Commerce. Ruben, a train buff and longtime advocate for public...

 

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