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New Developments to Focus on Luxury

New Developments to Focus on Luxury

With swift work on the progress of the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica comes a big reveal for the giant new mixed-use project set to rise on the parking lot next to the parking lot at the line's current terminus in Culver City (on National between Venice and Washington). Citing a website for the development, Urbanize LA says we can expect 500,000 square feet of "creative office space, luxury [...]

Motor Ave. Farmer’s Market to Offer Free Rain Barrels

Motor Ave. Farmer’s Market to Offer Free Rain Barrels

Almost Culver City, just right next door, the Motor Avenue Farmer’s Market is having a special environmental event this Sunday July 19th from 9am-2pm with Rain Barrels International. In efforts to reduce water waste, people are able to buy a Rain Barrel on rainbarrelsintl.com before the event and come to our Farmer’s Market to pick it up where they will be reimbursed the full $87! It is a [...]

LA River Gets Federal Funds for Restoration

LA River Gets Federal Funds for Restoration

The ongoing efforts to revitalize the L.A. River reached another milestone yesterday, as the $1.3 billion river habitat restoration plan outlined by the city was unanimously approved this morning by the Civil Works Review Board of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington D.C. "Today is the culmination of more than a decade of work and marks an important milestone in our efforts to [...]

CC Foodie – NY Restaurateur Joins Board @ Tender Greens

CC Foodie – NY Restaurateur Joins Board @ Tender Greens

California farm-to-fork casual chain Tender Greens has a new, high-profile investor: New York restaurateur Danny Meyer. According to The New York Times and a subsequent press release, Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, which also oversees big name Manhattan establishments like Union Square Cafe and Gramercy Tavern, will make a “significant minority investment” in Tender Greens. Also [...]

Special Olympics Get Culver City Competitor

Special Olympics Get Culver City Competitor

Caelyn Griffith, 20, from Culver City, will compete at the Special Olympics World Games on July 25 to August 2 in Los Angeles as the sole Westside representative in the Artistic Gymnastics category. This event draws 7,000 athletes from more than 177 countries, and Griffith is one of 37 California athletes who will compete in the World Games. With 6,500 athletes and 2,000 coaches representing [...]

Culver City Rotary Gets New Officers

Culver City Rotary Gets New Officers

On June 28, 2015 Culver City Rotarians celebrated the end of one year and the start of a new one. Called a “Demotion Party,” a tongue in cheek reference to the demotion of one year’s officers, including president Joel Forman, and inducting new officers. As Forman relinquished his reign to the new president Carmela Raack, he handed out many awards to Rotary members who contributed their [...]

Expo Parking Lot Project Meeting July 15

Expo Parking Lot Project Meeting July 15

There will be a public meeting this Wednesday July 15th from 6pm to 8pm to discuss the projected development of the Expo Station Parking Lot. Developers will "share refined project plans based on the first community meeting and feedback from City" The meeting will take place at Cunningham Group Architecture 8665 Hayden Place Culver City. 90232 in regard to the development of the parking lot at [...]

West Basin Board Votes to Study Desalination

West Basin Board Votes to Study Desalination

As California faces its most severe drought in recorded history, the West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors took action and voted to begin an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) as part of its research to build a full-scale ocean-water desalination facility in the South Bay. By initiating the EIR, West Basin will evaluate all environmental impacts associated with building and [...]

Volleyball Camps Signing Up

Volleyball Camps Signing Up

Club youth volleyball administrator Marty Siegal, a retired teacher and coach at Culver City High School and Culver City Middle School, provides this recap of the summer's last club volleyball tournament: On June 26 thru June 29th Culver VBC competed in one of the biggest youth volleyball tournaments in Southern California. CVBC sent six teams with ages ranging from 12 - 16 years of age into [...]

Culver City Little League All Stars Come From Behind to Beat North Venice

Culver City Little League All Stars Come From Behind to Beat North Venice

Showing intestinal fortitude not often seen among ten and eleven year-olds, the Culver City Little League 10/11 All Stars battled back from a 13-8 last inning deficit to beat North Venice 18-15 in one of the wildest Little League baseball games in recent memory. Behind a raucous crowd of family members and friends, Culver City took an early 1-0 lead on an Andy Perez home run to centerfield. [...]

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