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Immigrant community braces itself for federal raids

LOS ANGELES — The Trump administration’s highly publicized Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids aimed at immigrants facing deportation did not happen last weekend but could still be possible in the coming days. Immigration officials were not revealing their plans, indicating it could threaten the safety of their agents and jeopardize their operations. National news coverage Read More...

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Oldest daughter of Nipsey Hussle is subject of custody fight

LOS ANGELES — Three of Nipsey Hussle’s relatives and his former girlfriend, the mother of the slain rapper’s 10-year-old daughter, will continue trying to reach an agreement on the mother’s request to regularly see her daughter, the woman’s attorney said after a closed court hearing July 15. Lawyer Larry Lewellyn said progress was made in Read More...

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Report on reinstatement of deputy is critical of sheriff

LOS ANGELES — Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s reinstatement of a deputy — which led county officials to file a lawsuit against the sheriff — was a rush to judgment contradicted by key evidence that may have gone unreviewed by the new administration, according to a report released July 8 by the Office of Inspector General. Even Read More...

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Upward Bound program helps youth reach college goals

Making a Difference: Nestled on the corner of Stocker Street and Don Felipe Drive is an Upward Bound office filled with activity. Andrew Toney, project coordinator, is busy helping high school students plan their futures as they focus on the curriculum the program offers to prepare them for the colleges of their dreams and to Read More...

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Police Commission approves LAPD’s use of drones

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles Police Commission gave unanimous preliminary approval July 9 to the LAPD’s first unmanned aircraft program, which has long been opposed by critics who believe the use of drones will lead to an invasion of residents’ privacy. The Los Angeles Police Department spent the last year testing the proposed Read More...

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San Pedro News Pilot

San Pedro Baseball Trio & Los Angeles Wins GEICO City Series Title

CHICAGO - If you didn't know, now you know.

The CIF-Los Angeles City Section can play some baseball.

A Section that has produced future & current Major League Baseball stars and Hall Of Famers like Ozzie Smith, Eddie Murray, Sparky Anderson, Bret Saberhagen, Darryl Strawberry, Robin Yount, Randy Wolf, Jon Garland, Garrett Anderson,…

Apply for the San Pedro Festival of Arts



SEPT 21 & 22, 2019


Final deadline to apply July 15. 2019 for Dance Companies & Schools


A free family event featuring Dance, Music & Visual Arts/Crafts Booths, this year, our 13th, at Anderson Memorial Center in San Pedro. (an LA City Rec & Parks location attached to their senior center in San Pedro). In…

San Pedro High Baseball Trio Is Off To Chicago In July 2019

San Pedro High baseball had a magnificent season in 2019, and three of its most key players will continue on this summer in one magnificent opportunity.

The junior trio of pitcher/first baseman Travis Connelly, infielder Josh Duarte, and catcher Waldier Perez along with 21 other high school players from the CIF-Los Angeles City Section, were chosen to…


Blog Posts

Multimedia Journalist Germany Kent Honored as first African American Woman to receive prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Online Independent Deadline Reporting

Posted by Press Star on July 8, 2019 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Germany Kent is an American print and television journalist, radio personality, author, and producer. Her 2018 coverage of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California won the Sigma Delta Chi in Online Independent Deadline Reporting; Kent is the first African American woman to achieve this honor in this category from the Society of Professional Journalists.


Multifaceted journalist Germany Kent was chosen as one of 77 recipients nationwide to receive the preeminent Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence in journalism


WASHINGTON – Germany Kent, a multimedia journalist and radio personality based out of Los Angeles, has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists for her exceptional work with Online Reporting: Deadline Reporting (Independent). The veteran journalist was…


Let's Put a New Face to the Refugee Movement #RedefineRefugees

Posted by Mistah Wilson on June 11, 2019 at 11:58am 0 Comments

On JUNE 20th, join 734 Coffee to make this picture of resilience go viral. For too many years there have been images of hopelessness and despair shared about refugees. Together, we can change the perspective and begin a new narrative by sharing this image of a true refugee champion, Manyang Kher. A former Sudanese refugee, Manyang's story is one of true resilience and should be celebrated. If you agree, join the campaign today by committing to share or retweet Manyang's photo on your social media platforms and tagging 3 or more friends on World Refugee Day.

reDiscover Center’s Tinkering Camps Filling Fast

Posted by Amy Bauer on May 30, 2019 at 3:31pm 0 Comments

 LOS ANGELES, CA: reDiscover Center, LA’s largest public kids makerspace, is proud to announce enrollment for their 10 week summer camp season is nearing capacity. The camps, called “Tinkering School LA,” are held at reDiscover Center’s main location on Washington Blvd. in Culver City and at satellite locations in Manhattan Beach, Los Feliz, and Pacific Palisades.


“Tinkering School LA has been extremely popular here at reDiscover since we started the camps in 2011,” stated Jonathan Bijur, Executive Director of reDiscover. “Parents are excited that we teach 5-12 year olds life changing skills that give their children confidence while training them to safely use power tools, all under the supervision of our talented staff.” He continued, “We’ve increased the number of camp locations over the past three years in order to reach and teach more children who can’t make the trip to Culver City.”


“My kid was willing to give up all her video games for the…



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Culver City Historical Society

Summer 2019 Message

Summer Greetings to our newest members and to our loyal lifetime and annual members who support us each year! We had a busy Spring! In April, the Historical Society began work on a new collaboration with Culver City High School. We joined the Wende Museum and other local business at the Student Career Day. Our […]

July 17 General Meeting and Program

The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop: A Presentation that Literally Goes Behind the Scenes The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop, a book by Richard M. Isackes and Karen L. Maness, is a large format book that includes sumptuous photos of movie backdrops, and the stories of the scenic artists that produced them. As revered film […]

Our Newspaper Treasures

Culver City’s history always amazes me! From early times when our Native Americans traversed this area, using natural resources wisely, to our Spanish ancestors who shared their customs, to the continuing influx of amazing immigrants who expand our cultural wealth every day. Newspapers serve as incredible sources of information from early times on a daily […]

Revisiting “Dream Street”

It was my great pleasure to meet the legendary director George Sidney just before the turn of the millennium, while I was program director for the American Cinematheque. I was concurrently the newsletter editor of our Society newsletter, Culver Historical Highlights. George was kind enough to write a piece for the Winter 2000 newsletter, entitled […]

Rancho Park Online

Let's Put a New Face to the Refugee Movement #RedefineRefugees

On JUNE 20th, join 734 Coffee to make this picture of resilience go viral. For too many years there have been images of hopelessness and despair shared about refugees. Together, we can change the perspective and begin a new narrative by sharing this…

Leimert Park Beat

The World Stage· DwighTrible Presents: July 2019 "Summer Jazz Concert Series +" [SCHEDULE] ~ *updatez* "The Village LIVES!" - Eddie North-Hager,

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"Alwayz somethin' happenin' @ The World STAGE" - Mark Maxwell, (10 yrs) Host of RISE on KPFK 90.7FM 
*(comment) "i don't think The World Stage has somethin' on Fri. (19th). i know on Sat. (20) they hav…

LADIES LOVE LAUGHTER "Comedy Show!" @ The STAGE [Every 3rd Sat. Nite] "Safe, Good Satdaz Nite ~ *updatez*

Presented by Dwight Trible, Executive Director non profit 501(c)(3) The 'new' World STAGE Art, Education & Performance Gallery "Spring Jazz Concert Series +"

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