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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...

 

City of Culver City Requirements for Face Coverings

Culver City and Los Angeles County residents are required to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth if you are working at, shopping at or visiting a grocery store, restaurant or most other...

 

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

1. What is a Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Many of them infect animals, but some coronaviruses from animals can evolve (change) into a new human coronavirus that can...

 

LAMO Footwear Approaches 25 Year Anniversary With Giving Back.

By Christine Peake, Peake PR Group Lamo Footwear has been in the news a lot lately, especially throughout the horrific and uncertain five months of Covid-19. And yet, they continue to strive, thrive a...

 

Coronavirus in Culver City: 299 Cases

Experiencing the same surge as its neighbors, Culver City recorded a sharp uptick in the rate of Coronavirus infection, the County Health Department has announced. As of press time Wednesday, the...

 

Headline: Man Steals 12 Cars in 30 Days

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude In a preview of good times to come should voters fail in November to revoke SB 10, California's No-Cash Bail law, a Huntington Park man stole over a dozen cars in twelve separate incidents - after being released...

 

Sidewalk Barbers

By Sarah Storkin Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order allowing barbershops to continue, as long as they operate outside. Coronaviruses are believed not to propagate outdoors. At Active Barbers...

 

California Coalition For Safe Re-Opening Presents Solutions For Secure And Expeditious Reopening Of Business

Colin Diaz, IOM President/CEO Culver City Chamber of Commerce LOS ANGELES (July 7, 2020) – Following Governor Newsom’s order to temporarily close indoor dining and operations for restaurants in 19 counties less than a month after allowing them...

 

County Re-Imposes Lockdown Effectively Immediately

By Alyssa Erdley Observer Staff Writer The County of Los Angeles has ordered the immediate closure of almost every type of business that had been allowed to reopen during June. All indoor operations...

 

Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles Redirects 2020 Institutional Grants, $8.5 Million in Total, To Covid-19 Response

The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles (The Foundation) today announced that it is redirecting the entirety of its 2020 institutional grantmaking into a two-phase plan focused on COVID-19 relief totaling $8.5 million. Formally titled the COVI...

 

Culver City Bus System Receives $6.6 Million Amid COVID-19

Recently public transportation has taken one of the hardest hits with less people traveling to and from locations to work and socialize. However, Culver CityBus services are getting some help in the form of $6.6 million in funding for bus services....

 

SMMUSD Schools Won't Reopen

by Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff Writer Today staff at the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District recommended learning occur solely from a distance when school reopens in August. The SMMUSD School Board will decide at their July 16 meeting if...

 

Burger King Strike Follows Death

By Stan Green Ángela Martínez Gómez died on Monday, July 6, 2020. No cause of death has yet been released. Gomez, 42, worked at local fast food purveyor Burger King on Santa Monica Blvd. Her last...

 

Cycle Bar in Culver City Moves Outdoors

Story and Photos by Mary Leipziger Cycle Bar in Culver City has taken extreme measures to continue classes during the most recent County of Los Angeles health closures. "People need to continue to...

 

LA County Closes Indoor Bars and Restaurants

Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered all restaurants, museums, zoos, cardrooms, theaters, and wineries in LA County to stop indoor operations for at least 3 weeks, writes LA County Supervisor Janice...

 

Coronavirus Cases on The Rise

Even though California reported more than 7000 confirmed Coronavirus cases on Wednesday, Culver City only recorded a slight uptick in the rate of infection, the County Health Department has...

 

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, the County Health Department has reported. As of...

 

AllTogether LA: Serving Seniors, Saving Lives, Building Community

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." – Dr. Seuss The good doctor could have describing Lorena Camarena, President and Executive Director of Al...

 

Covid Deaths Top 20 in Culver City

Twenty residents in Culver City have died from COVID-19, including 10 in nursing homes, the County Health Department reported this week. As of press time Wednesday, the number of local residents with...

 

Local Officials are Overdosing the Public with Their Stream of Irrational and Unsubstantiated Orders: e.g., Masks Outdoors

by Alyssa Erdley News with Attitude Every day, the city of Santa Monica sends out at least one "Covid-19 Update." The word 'update' is a euphemism for a new commandment. In fact, there is often more...

 

LA County expected to stay-at-home at least through July

Los Angeles County, which has more than 32,000 coronavirus infections and accounts for more than half of California's COVID-19 fatalities, is expected to pump the brakes on re-opening, despite...

 

I Was a Teenage Mask Maker

By David Ganezer 14 year old Mikey Strauss found a way to use his three dimensional printer, in order to help first responders working in the Coronavirus age: Making plastic face shields for them....

 

California cancels fall university classes as Fauci warns of reopening too soon

California’s state university system, the largest in the United States, canceled classes on Tuesday for the fall semester because of the coronavirus, while Los Angeles County said its stay-at-home order was likely to be extended by three months....

 

Tournament of Roses Announces $100,000 In Covid-19 Relief

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses® announced today a $100,000 donation in support of local COVID-19 relief efforts in the Pasadena community. All funds will go to the Los Angeles Regional Food...

 

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...

 

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