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City Approves Centennial Logo

City Approves Centennial Logo

The Culver City Council approved the design of a logo for the Culver City Centennial. The logo was presented by Jim Clarke, president of the Culver City Centennial Celebration Committee, a non-profit organization created to help plan and coordinate activities during the City's Centennial year beginning September 20, 2016 and running through September 20, 2017, the official date of incorporation. [...]

Suspect in Custody – Assault w/a Deadly Weapon

Suspect in Custody – Assault w/a Deadly Weapon

On April 23, 2015 at approximately 0205 hours, Culver City Police Officers responded to the 11100 block of Washington Boulevard regarding a man with a gun and shots fired call. When officers arrived, they met with the uninjured victim and witnesses who provided information about the identity of the suspect and his possible location. The suspect was identified by name and description as [...]

West Basin Opens Water Garden at CCHS

West Basin Opens Water Garden at CCHS

On the heels of Governor Jerry Brown’s Executive Order announcing statewide mandatory water restrictions, students at Culver City High School demonstrated that they are doing their part to conserve water during one of California’s most historic droughts to date. Students joined West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Director Scott A. Houston, Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, [...]

Sony Lawyer Warns WikiLeaks “No Consent”

Sony Lawyer Warns WikiLeaks “No Consent”

A lawyer for Sony Pictures Entertainment, responding to the publication of hacked company documents on WikiLeaks, sent letters to media outlets urging them not to make use of the data. “SPE does not consent to your possession, review, copying, dissemination, publication, uploading, downloading, or making any use of the Stolen Information,” David Boies, with the law firm of Boies, Schiller [...]

CCUSD’s Green 5 Celebrates Earth Day

CCUSD’s Green 5 Celebrates Earth Day

Culver City Unified School District's Green5 campaign group has spearheaded a variety of Earth Day projects throughout the District. The Green5 group, composed of teachers, students, parents and more, is designed to increase awareness about recycling, reducing energy consumption and reusing materials on-site. The goal is to educate all participants and as a by-product save the school district [...]

Mysterious “Green Hour” at the Culver Hotel

Mysterious “Green Hour” at the Culver Hotel

The Culver Hotel invites you to celebrate the “Green Hour” with Pernod® Absinthe on April 16th, 2015 from 6-9pm. We will sample guests on the featured “Green Hour” recipes as well as provide unique “Green Hour” giveaways. You might even see the Green Fairy while enjoying live music and perhaps magic! Don't know absinthe? It's historically described as a highly alcoholic (90–148 [...]

Water Matters – Stephen Murray

Water Matters – Stephen Murray

While the drought is a crisis that touches every part of life in California, 57% of Culver City's water use is residential. The conversation about Big Ag, and statewide water conservation does matter, but it's vital for Culver City to focus on the kind of conservation we can effect locally. Since June the State Water Board has been collecting residential usage data. Comparing this year against [...]

Ridley-Thomas to Chair Mental Health Funding Hearing April 10

Ridley-Thomas to Chair Mental Health Funding Hearing April 10

54th District Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas will chair an informational hearing of the Assembly Select Committee on Mental and Behavioral Health tomorrow (Friday, April 10) to investigate mental and behavioral health challenges and opportunities in implementation of California’s landmark Mental Health Services Act of 2004, enacted by California voters as Proposition 63. The Select [...]

CCPD Opens Enrollment for Citizen’s Police Academy

CCPD Opens Enrollment for Citizen’s Police Academy

The Culver City Police Department is accepting applications for the eighth session of its Citizen's Police Academy, which begins July 28, it was announced today. The academy runs for eight weeks and meets on Tuesdays between 6-9 p.m., according to the department. The academy is intended to give participants a deeper understanding of the challenges and decisions a police officer must deal with [...]

Expo Phase 2 Runs Clearance Testing

Expo Phase 2 Runs Clearance Testing

A single light rail car rode the tracks west from the Culver City station, over the bridge spanning Venice Boulevard, and down to Bagley Avenue, just before the future station at Palms and Exposition. Tracks from Phase I and Phase II were tied up in Culver City late last year, but this marks the first time a train (running on its own power, no less) has actually made it past the current Expo Line [...]

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