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CTG Will Honor Davidson

CTG Will Honor Davidson

This Monday, Center Theatre Group will hold a celebration in honor of its Founding Artistic Director, Gordon Davidson, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Ahmanson Theatre. The theatre will open at 7 p.m. An evening of stories, remembrances and performances, the celebration will be open to the public. Though this is not a ticketed event, RSVPs are encouraged; please see the link below. “Gordon [...]

Metro Line Moves Closer to Westwood

Metro Line Moves Closer to Westwood

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx is expected to join Metro and other local officials this morning to announce federal funding that will be used to take the Purple Line subway 2.6 miles further and a step closer to a larger goal of extending the line to Westwood. Metro officials have requested at least $1.19 billion in federal New Starts grant dollars, and a $307 million low-interest [...]

World Class Athletes Counsel Parents on Children’s Sports

World Class Athletes Counsel Parents on Children’s Sports

The most decorated American woman in Olympic track and field history is learning from failure, pursuing goals the "right way" and maintaining "balance" in life. Allyson Felix, whose nine Olympic medals are the most of any U.S. female track and field athlete in the Games, shared her athletic experiences and offered thoughts on how adults can positively support children's involvement in athletics [...]

Hackman Takes Parcel B Over from Hudson Pacific – Closing Culver Studios? Redesigning Culver Steps?

Hackman Takes Parcel B Over from Hudson Pacific – Closing Culver Studios? Redesigning Culver Steps?

A longstanding proposal to transform a site in the heart of Downtown Culver City is moving forward, but under new management. How much change will be happen to the development currently scheduled is unknown. Plans have been in the works for over five years to turn a city parking lot near the Culver Hotel, known as Parcel B, into a 110,000-square-foot office and retail complex. Last week, a new [...]

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar & Staff

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar & Staff

All the latest from the City Manager and staff  - Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department Culver City Senior Citizens Association Membership – Membership enrollment for the Culver City Senior Citizens Association will be held the first two weeks of January 2017, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the lobby of the Senior Center. Membership is open to all members of the community ages 50 [...]

Senior Softball Players Celebrate Sunday Mornings

Senior Softball Players Celebrate Sunday Mornings

Culver City Senior Softball Association team captains will draft players, Jan. 8, in preparation for opening day in late January. Games are held Sunday mornings at Veterans Park located on the corner of Overland Ave. and Culver Bl. Men ages 55 and older and women ages 45 and older of all skill levels can be added to team rosters or be placed on a free agent list by meeting players and league [...]

Culver City Crossroads – What 2016 Gave Us

Culver City Crossroads – What 2016 Gave Us

There have been many comments in the media that 2016 was just a bad year, as if time itself were somehow responsible for the election, the death toll, the refugee crisis and the roiling waters of international politics. Culver City has always been a bellweather; Harry Culver designed it to be one. Looking back at the stories we have covered here, it looks as if 2016 is a year our local news can [...]

Democratic Assembly District Will Meet to Elect Delegates @ Vets Auditorium

Democratic Assembly District Will Meet to Elect Delegates @ Vets Auditorium

The California Democratic Party is convening Assembly District Meetings (ADEM) to select delegates to the Party’s Convention in each of the state’s 80 Assembly Districts. The meeting for the 54th Assembly District (Culver City, Mar Vista, West Los Angeles, Westwood, Century City, Beverlywood, Mid City, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, Ladera Heights, Park Mesa Heights) will be held on Sunday, [...]

Great Year for CC Girls Volleyball

Great Year for CC Girls Volleyball

Culver Club Volleyball and Culver City High School girls volleyball teams have combined for a great 2016. After winning the prestigious Summer Soiree Volleyball Tournament, many of the Culver Volleyball Club teammates played on the Culver City High School volleyball team, which went on to win its first ever CIF Championship. The Lady Centaurs started the season slowly, and peaked to win the [...]

Arcana, Ripped Bodice Make “Best Bookstore” List

Arcana, Ripped Bodice Make “Best Bookstore” List

The inevitable end of year sum-up 'best of' lists are all over the internet, and Culver City scores on Los Angles Magazine's listicle of the "14 Best Mom-and Pop Bookstores in LA." If you are a bibliophile, there's nothing quite as fun as cruising the stacks, finding the unexpected or unknown treasure; that book that might just change it all. From Los Angeles Magazine " If it’s specialty [...]

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