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When Environmental Charter High School and Dogeared Team Up, #GoodThingsHappen

When Environmental Charter High School and Dogeared Team Up, #GoodThingsHappen

How does a business that is already doing good improve ? That’s what Dogeared (www.dogeared.com), a Culver City-based jewelry company, asked itself when it engaged students from Environmental Charter High School (ECHS) to conduct a sustainability audit, and share ideas about how the company could enhance its planet-friendly practices. As a certified B-Corporation, Dogeared lives by the [...]

Annual Fox Hills Park Clean Up Day – Save the Date!

Annual Fox Hills Park Clean Up Day – Save the Date!

Take a little time this summer to meet you neighbors and keep the local park in prime condition. Come on over for the annual Fox Hills Park Clean Up Day, on Sat., July 25th, 2015 : 9:30am - Noon at (of course ) Fox Hills Park (meet @ the benches by the playground) The Fox Hills Neighborhood Association was established in 1972 with the purpose of enhancing the livability of Fox Hills.  Our [...]

Culver City All-Stars Advance to Semi-Finals

Culver City All-Stars Advance to Semi-Finals

The Culver City 10/11-year-old All-Stars defeated Beverly Hills on Monday July 6, 2015 by a score of 5 to 2, advancing to the semi final game against North Venice on Wednesday. Ace pitcher, Andy Perez dispensed with Beverly Hills on just 54 pitches in the six inning game, Perez allowed just three hits, while striking out three and walking no one. Perez was helped out by a stellar Culver City [...]

CCUSD Site Now Available for Info on Bond Projects

CCUSD Site Now Available for Info on Bond Projects

CCUSD has established a new website (www.ccusd-measurecc.org) to provide information on the Measure CC bond projects throughout the district. The site includes details about specific projects, including site maps and current progress; professional services and construction opportunities on Measure CC projects; and information about the Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) and the Community Budget [...]

Boulevard Music Summer Festival Begins Thursday July 9 with Conganas

Boulevard Music Summer Festival Begins Thursday July 9 with Conganas

Boulevard Music presents 6 free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 9 through August 13 in the palm-lined courtyard of Culver City City Hall. Become an entry level sponsor by purchasing one of the 100 premium reserved seats for sale at $10 each per show available at Boulevard Music and on sale June 10!! Curated by producer Gary Mandell of Culver City’s Boulevard Music, Culver [...]

CCUSD Board to Meet for Study Session July 6

CCUSD Board to Meet for Study Session July 6

The CCUSD Board of Education will hold a work study session at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 6 in the District Office at 4034 Irving Place. The public is invited to attend the session, which will include the following: Summer/Current Projects Report and Update Immediate Next Steps: Building Our Measure CC Team Current RFP for Architects CM RFP Communication System: Review New Web [...]

NantHealth Leans Toward IPO with Allscripts Buy-In

NantHealth Leans Toward IPO with Allscripts Buy-In

In a move that sets NantHealth up for an IPO by the end of the year, Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) has purchased a 10 percent stake in the Culver City healthcare IT company for $200 million in cash. In return, NantHealth founder Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong (pictured left)  has invested $100 million in the Chicago-based company through NantCapital. The cross-investments strengthen a partnership [...]

Triathletes Train @ Culver City Plunge

Triathletes Train @ Culver City Plunge

Jason May and Melanie Webber, two local triathletes, have excelled in competition and both started out in the pool: the Culver City Plunge. One has reached the elite level and the other is a novice swimmer, but they both enjoy the sport and the time they spend swimming laps at Culver City’s beautiful pool. Triathlon season is approaching! And they’re gearing up again. Melanie Webber has [...]

Culver City Tops Ladera in Little League Tournament

Culver City Tops Ladera in Little League Tournament

After a brief hiccup against defending champion West L.A., the Culver City 10/11 All Stars defeated powerhouse Ladera 6-0 on Tuesday, eliminating Ladera from the tournament. Culver City ace right hander Andy Perez was on his game, throwing a complete six inning game in just 70 pitches. Perez dominated, striking out nine, allowing just three infield singles, and didn’t walk a batter. Ladera [...]

Expo Train Tests Into New Station

Expo Train Tests Into New Station

The exciting updates glide on on the Westside transit front! A media event on Monday June 29, 2015 at the new Expo Line station in Palms featured an actual train pulling up to the platform, just like it will when the line opens in spring of 2016 (if all goes as planned, which it is so far). According to a speech by Mayor Eric Garcetti at the event (seen on a Periscope video by KNX1070), the [...]

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