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LAX Settles Suit with Culver City on Changes to Airport Transportation

LAX Settles Suit with Culver City on Changes to Airport Transportation

The City Councils of the City of Culver City and City of Los Angeles, along with Los Angeles World Airports  have agreed to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding  which will allow for improved and increased coordination and cooperation between the entities on issues related to the current and future development at Los Angeles International Airport. The MOU provides Culver City with $2.71 [...]

CCPD Recovers Stolen Bike & Discovers Chop Shop

CCPD Recovers Stolen Bike & Discovers Chop Shop

On Wednesday afternoon, May 24, 2017 at approximately 2:00 pm, Culver City Police Detectives responded to the Culver City Julian Dixon Library regarding a theft of a bicycle. During the area check, Detectives located the stolen bicycle and suspect in a homeless encampment under the bridge, in the area of the La Ballona Creek and Centinela Avenue. A search of the encampment revealed that it was [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Heavy rain on Mars reshaped the planet’s impact craters and carved out river-like channels in its surface billions of years ago, according to a new study published in Icarus. In the paper, researchers from the Smithsonian Institution and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory show that changes in the atmosphere on Mars made it rain harder and harder, which had a similar effect [...]

Council to Consider Studies on Hillside Development & Mansionization Standards

Council to Consider Studies on Hillside Development & Mansionization Standards

At the May 30, 2017 regular City Council meeting, the City Council will consider a contract award to John Kaliski Architects to conduct studies and prepare recommendations for R-1 neighborhood development standards to address the communities’ mansionization concerns, as well as hillside grading design standards. With many neighborhoods under pressure from changing standards, soaring real [...]

CTG Extends Deadline for ‘Block Party’

CTG Extends Deadline for ‘Block Party’

The deadline to apply to Center Theatre Group’s 2017-2018 Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre has been extended to June 6, 2017. Block Party aims to highlight some of the remarkable work being done on other stages throughout Los Angeles by fully producing three previously staged productions at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. The new deadline to apply to the 2017-2018 Block Party program is [...]

Suspect in Bike Path Robbery Arrested

Suspect in Bike Path Robbery Arrested

On May 17th, 2017 three male juveniles were walking in the La Ballona Creek west of Overland Avenue. As the juveniles walked towards the foot bridge, they were confronted by a male African American suspect, who stated that he had a gun and robbed the juveniles of their cellular phones. After the robbery, the victims called the Culver City Police Department and gave a detailed description of the [...]

Actors’ Gang to Premiere Refugee Project

Actors’ Gang to Premiere Refugee Project

In Refugee Project Workshop, actors from the Gang tell their own stories, the story of their ancestors, where they came from, why they had to leave, and where they arrived and settled. 12 people flee in fear from the land that they grew up in. All from different time periods, leaving their home for different reasons, each speaking a different language, these refugees arrive at a dock by the [...]

AVPA – Spring Music Concert May 26

AVPA – Spring Music Concert May 26

Culminating a prolific year of performing and musical growth, Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts will present its annual Spring Music Concert on Friday, May 26. Due to the major renovation of the Robert Frost Auditorium, the concert will take place in the school’s gym on the main campus at 4401 Elenda St. A special reception will begin at 6pm and will feature the [...]

Free Sidewalk CPR

Free Sidewalk CPR

Be ready to save a life! The Culver City Fire Department will host a FREE Sidewalk CPR Training Event on Thursday, June 1, 2017. Anyone can learn CPR – and everyone should! Sadly, 70 percent of Americans may feel helpless to act during a cardiac emergency because they either do not know how to administer CPR or their training has significantly lapsed. This alarming statistic could hit close [...]

CivicSpark Water Fellowship Will Aid Ballona Creek Project

CivicSpark Water Fellowship Will Aid Ballona Creek Project

Culver City has been awarded a CivicSpark Water Fellowship to assist with the Ballona Creek Revitalization Project. All Civic Spark fellows are AmeriCorps members selected through a highly competitive national application process. The fellowship begins in September 2017 and provides two fellows for 11 months. The fellowship will support both Community Development and Public Works Department staff [...]

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