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 News    May 23, 2024 

Kaizuka Japanese Meditation Garden Restored

For fifty years the Japanese Meditation Garden has greeted patrons of the Culver City Julian Dixon Library along Overland Avenue. The Culver City Sister Committee and the City of Culver City...

 
 News    May 2, 2024

Dinah's Family Restaurant Moves During Construction

On Monday, May 6, Dinah's Family Restaurant, a favorite of locals since 1959 and immortalized by the cult films The Big Lebowski and Little Miss Sunshine, will move to 4130 S. Sepulveda in Culver...

 
 News    May 2, 2024

Culver CityBus Service Changes Effective Monday

Culver CityBus is committed to improving your commuting experience! Starting Monday, May 6, Culver CityBus is implementing significant changes to four of our routes that will enhance service reliabili...

 

Lindberg Park Picnic Area Rehabilitation

The Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has begun the picnic shelter upgrade project at Lindberg Park. Demolition of the existing shelter will begin the week of April 14,...

 

Record Crowd at the Wende Museum for Pussy Riot Founder's Speech on Navalny and Democracy

y This past Saturday, the Wende Museum hosted an unprecedented audience of approximately 800 attendees, the largest public program in the museum's 21-year history. They gathered for an appearance by...

 

ECF Golf Benefit March 18

ON the Monday, March 18, for the 2nd Annual ECF golf benefit at the Oakmont Country Club in Glendale for a day of golf benefiting children, students and adults with special needs! Each golfer's entry...

 

Main Street Closure Has Begun

Main street will be closed to traffic from Wednesday, February 28,through Friday, March 1, From 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM The closure will affect Main Street at Culver Blvd to the City Limit. Culver City...

 

City of Culver City Wins 3 Awards in Financial Excellence

The City of Culver City has announced it has won three awards for excellence by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2022. Among the awards, the City...

 

CicLAvia Kicks Off 2024 Season with Beer Collaboration and Fundraiser

CicLAvia has partnered with Los Angeles Ale Works to kick off the 2024 season and launch a beer collaboration with a West Coast IPA affectionately named seek-la-VEE-ah. This venture is all about the...

 

Culver City Declares Local Emergency

In response to the ongoing inclement weather conditions and the increased risk of mudslides, Culver City has declared a local emergency and issued an evacuation warning for certain areas of the...

 

Falsh Flood Warnings in Effect

Weather officials are warning that flash flooding will occur in Culver as storm batters the region with heavy rainfall. The National Weather Service at 3:41 p.m. issued a Flash Flood Warning for...

 

Screenland 5K Showcases Centennial Celebrants

Inaugurated to celebrate the Culver City Centennial in 2017, the Screenland 5K returns as the Race of the Century in recognition of significant 100th birthdays. MGM and Leo the Lion started making...

 

Opinion

We want your opinion. You can comment on any story on the newspapers website or send in a letter to the editor to: publisher@culvercityobserver.com...

 

Culver City Celebrates the life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On Saturday, January 20,Culver City will host its Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service event at the Veterans Memorial Complex. The day will begin with a volunteer Service Project assembling care...

 

When Santa's Sleigh Will Visit Your Neighborhood

Once again this year The Culver City Police Officers' Association (CCPOA) is helping spread joy throughout the holiday season by bringing Santa's Sleigh to the city. On multiple nights throughout...

 

Stevens Named Director of Parks and Recreation

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that Ted Stevens is the City's new Parks, Recreation, and Community Services (PRCS) Director. Upon accepting the position, Ted said, "I am truly honored...

 

California Assembly Majority Leader Isaac Bryan Inspires New Earth's At-Promise Youth

California Assembly Majority Leader Isaac Bryan toured New Earth and participated in a community conversation with New Earth Co-Founder Dr. Harry Grammer and New Earth at-promise youth....

 

Fifth Annual United Ballona Creek Cleanup Nov. 11

This is the event you've been waiting for the fifth year help to clean the Ballona Creek waterway with Friends of Ballona Wetlands and the Ballona Creek Renaissance on Saturday November 11 from 9:30 t...

 

Culver City Sued Over MOVE Modification

On Thursday October 19, the City of Culver City was served with legal action as "Friends and Families for MOVE Culver City" filed a lawsuit questioning the legality of the City's recent adjustments...

 

State of the City by Mayor Albert Vera

You are invited to attend Mayor Albert Vera's State of the City Address Thursday, November from 2-6 PM to 7:30 PM at10000 Washington Boulevard, Culver City. The Culver City community is invited to...

 

City Council to Review City Committees

The Culver City City council meeting next Monday November 13, will address some housekeeping issues on various city committees. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7p.m. and will adjourn into closed...

 

Pediatrician Offers Advice to Parents Wondering: Is it Safe for Children to 'Trick or Treat' This Halloween?

Now that COVID-19 is less of a threat due to a majority of Californians being vaccinated, we're likely to see more ghosts, goblins and witches walking down neighborhood streets this Halloween as...

 

David W. Myers August 1959-August 2023

A memorial service honoring the life of David W, Myers will be held this Sunday, October 22 at the Culver City Elks Lodge, where Dave was a member, located at 11160Washington Place, Culver City at 2...

 
 By Karen Bass    News    October 19, 2023

Los Angeles Mayor Bass Issues Statement Regarding Potential Marina 90 Freeway Project

I want to be very clear – I do not support the removal or demolition of the 90 freeway. I've heard loud and clear from communities who would be impacted and I do not support a study on this i...

 

City Residents to offer input for future development of Bill Botts Fields & Veterans Memorial Park

The City is envisioning the future for Bill Botts Fields and Veterans Memorial Park-and we want to hear from you! The Bill Botts Fields and Veterans Memorial Park Feasibility Study is a comprehensive...

 

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