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Chargers hope to see improvements in their running attack

The 2020 season NFL season was a disappointment for the Los Angeles Chargers, leading to the firing of head coach Anthony Lynn and the hiring of Brandon Staley as the new head coach of the Chargers. The Chargers offensive line was rated by Pro Football…

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Local Briefs

Summer Travel Ramps Up Unlike last summer where the entire country was stuck at home, millions of Americans are expected to travel this summer. Many will be expected to travel to Los Angeles, where the Santa Monica Pier of course is a favorite destinat…

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Clippers can close out the series against the Jazz on Friday

Playing without their best player, Kawhi Leonard, the Los Angeles Clippers were able to go into Utah and beat the Jazz 119-111 last Wednesday. The Clippers played one of their best games of the year behind a 37 point, 16 rebound and five assists effort…

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Council Okays Registration Fees for Rental Units, ‘Hero Pay’ for Local Hospital Workers

The City Council this week approved a resolution establishing a registration fee for residential rental units in Culver City. The fee — $167 per unit per year — was “based upon the reasonable costs associated with the administration and enforcement of the city’s residential rent control program and tenant protection program,” adopted by the Council last September, city officials…

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Teuthorn graduates from Ohio University

Andrew Teuthorn from Culver City, CA, graduated with a Master of Science (Chemistry) from the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio University. More than 4,800 students graduated with bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degrees from Ohio University for spring semester 2021. The graduates represented many areas of the United States and an abundance of countries, including: Bangladesh,…

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SamoHi Class of 2021 Graduates

As Covid Restrictions Come Off, Santa Monica High School Conducts 2021 Graduation Commencement speakers all gave thanks, noting the simple joy in just being at a graduation. SamoHi’s first 2021 graduation was on a gorgeous day, as California loosened its Covid restrictions. There are still many rules to follow for everyone’s safety. We were all sent the guidelines ahead of the ceremony….

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Cantalini’s Salerno Beach Restaurant

2021 FATHERS DAY ADVERTORIAL Celebrate Dad this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 20th at Cantalini’s Salerno Beach Restaurant with our special champagne brunch or dinner. Enjoy plenty of great dishes in our casual ambiance with either dine-in or heated outdoor patio dining options. All weekend show Dad the love and treat him to a delicious dining experience. Thinking of Sunday Brunch? Join us…

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Statement from Culver City Mayor Alex Fisch Regarding the Alleged Recent Crime Committed against an Asian American Woman in Culver City

"On June 14th, an Asian American woman was allegedly violently attacked by a stranger while she walked down a Culver City sidewalk. We understand that the aggressor was yelling racist comments at the victim during the attack. I am deeply saddened …

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Boba to City: Drop Dead

By David Ganezer Observer Staff Writer When in the Course of Human Events, a guy who grew up in San Gabriel Valley applies for the top job in Santa Monica, and gets offered it along with $440,000 a year, health care for himself and his family and a ful…

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3 Culver City Students Win Spots at GRAMMY Camp

Three high school students from Culver City have been chosen to participate in the 17th annual GRAMMY CampĀ® program., operated by the GRAMMY Museum. Carter Long-Coffee, Allyn Matheson and Jasani Pitts will be among 81 talented high school students from 67 U.S. cities who will take part in the annual summer camp. All Time Low, Echosmith, and The War and Treaty will be this year’s guest…