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'Tis The Season To be Wary'

State, City Disagree On Culver Finances

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Culver City has some financial issues to work out after being hit with a difficult appeal decision by the California Department of Finance (DOF) on October 31....

'Tis The Season To be Wary'

(Part 1 of 2) By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer We've all heard the saying, "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people...

Woman's Club Heads To Mission Inn

The upcoming trip to the Mission Inn is the highlight of a number of activities in December celebrating the holiday season sponsored by the Culver City Woman’s Club. The trip, which is open to the public, will take place on Friday, December 5....

Culver's Tawfik Participates in Scripps Disaster Drill

For the 11th consecutive year Cadets at Army and Navy Academy will support Scripps Memorial Hospital in its annual "Disaster Drill" on November 20. Cadet volunteers will act out different roles as Scripps personnel test their emergency response...

Kennedy Wilson Negotiates Lease for Panera Bread in Culver

Global real estate investment and services firm Kennedy Wilson has negotiated a 10-year retail lease for Panera Bread, a bakery-café chain with locations nationwide. Located at 10990 Jefferson Blvd. within the Studio Village Center, the...

Annual Holiday Program Helps Locals in Need

For more than 30 years the Culver City Senior Citizens Association, Inc. has worked to spread the spirit of goodwill during the holidays through the Annual Holiday Food Certificate Program. Each year this program helps hundreds of needy people...

Culver's Whitaker Chosen For Judgeship

Governor Jerry Brown announces the appointment of Hector E. Gutierrez, Colin P. Leis, Lillian Vega Jacobs, Rob B. Villeza, Shirley K. Watkins and Michael E. Whitaker to judgeships in the Los Angeles...

Secure That Bike

Malibu Pacific will be installing bicycle racks for Phase 1 of the Citywide Bicycle Rack Installation Project (see attached Phase 1 locations) beginning Wednesday, November 19. Phase 1 will entail...

Centaur Girls Basketball Win 2014-15 Season Opener

The Culver-City High girls basketball team won their opening game of the 2014-15 season against Crossroads School, 38-25, in the first round of the Inaugural Culver City / St. Mary's Tip-Off Classic...

We're So Lucky To Have MVPs Kershaw, Trout

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Out of all the major league baseball players on teams throughout the land the MVPs have been chosen and they both play in Southern California. If you're a baseball...

Dodgers To Open 2015 Season Against Padres

The Dodgers will open the 2015 season with a three-game series against the San Diego Padres April 6-8. The Dodgers will then conclude the first week with three games at...

Lakers' Kelly Suffers Torn Hamstring

The Lakers’ injury problems continued when reserve forward Ryan Kelly suffered a torn right hamstring in a loss to the Golden State Warriors last week. Kelly is expected to miss at least six...

Kings Rally to Defeat Ducks

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks “faced-off” in the always much-anticipated “Freeway” rivalry at Staples Center on Saturday. The Ducks were...

Olympic Medalist Jennifer Kessy Returns to Beach Vollyball Tour

Jennifer Kessy, a 2012 Olympic silver medalist and the winner of 29 beach volleyball tournaments worldwide, announces that she will return to the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour for the 2015 season. Kessy, who missed the 2014 season for the birth of...

Culver Girls Vollyball Bids Farewell

By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter "Six or seven rallies back and forth over the net for a point is incredible. It wasn't like it was free ball. It was straight down hit, dug, transition, block,...

A Suggestion: Hire a Tutor to Teach Chinese

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist As you all know, I have for the longest time been advocating that the Culver City Board of Education phase out Japanese and instead teach Chinese. Another fact...

Kentwood To Present 'Into the Woods'

Kentwood Players presents the Tony Award-winning musical "Into the Woods" with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by James Lapine, from Friday, November 14 to Saturday, December 20. There...

Master Chorale Gives Another Outstanding Performance

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter The Los Angeles Master Chorale, a cultural icon heralded around the globe for its exceptional artistry, presented its “Renaissance: Reawakened” performance...

Free Angela Davis Comes To Mayme Clayton Museum

MCLM in association with the BADWest St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Documentary Series will present a free screening of Shola Lynch's film: Free Angela and All Political Prisoners. The screening will be ...

MOVIE REVIEW: THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 1

The game is afoot with THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 1, but it's no longer being played as a game within the confines of an electronically controlled and domed "arena". With the release of...

MOVIE REVIEW: Big Hero 6

With BIG HERO 6, Walt Disney Animation Studios once again proves why they are heroes to generations and legions of fans the world over. Tapping into the recesses of the Marvel vaults, directors Don...

 
 
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