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CC Foodie – Panera Bread Looks to Clean Up Ingredients

CC Foodie – Panera Bread Looks to Clean Up Ingredients

Panera Bread is cleaning up its menu. The national chain that recently moved into the space long occupied by the Roll'n Rye Deli is looking to draw more diners by dropping GMO and synthetic ingredients from their food. Panera Bread will drop or change 150 of the 460 ingredients on its menu to fit new standards to provide a healthier dining experience to customers. In an interview with [...]

CCPD Searching for Bank Robber

CCPD Searching for Bank Robber

Culver City police released photographs Monday. May 4 2015 of a man wanted in connection with a bank robbery. The robbery occurred at a US Bank branch at 5399 Sepulveda Blvd., near Sawtelle Boulevard, at 3:20 p.m. Thursday, according to Culver City police. The suspect used a demand note and got way with about $1,500. He was described as a white man in his 30s or 40s, 5 feet 8 inches tall to 5 [...]

CCEF’s “Tribute to the Stars” Shines for CCUSD Staff and Volunteers

CCEF’s “Tribute to the Stars” Shines for CCUSD Staff and Volunteers

What makes the Culver City Unified School District so special? The people who give it their best, all year round. The Culver City Education Foundation's 16th annual festival of volunteer appreciation - The Tribute to the Stars - was just the kind of party the CCEF presents with such panache. Sony Pictures Entertainment played host on May 2, 2015 (in addition to sponsoring the 'Teacher of the [...]

ArcLight Opens at Culver City Movie Theaters

ArcLight Opens at Culver City Movie Theaters

ArcLight Cinemas is expanding its presence in Los Angeles County. The Pacific Theatres-owned premium chain will open a new 12-screen cinema in Culver City on Friday , May 1, 2015. Its theaters serve a mix of programming that includes Hollywood blockbusters, art house fare and cult classics, in a luxury environment. The company, which owns theaters in Hollywood, Pasadena, Sherman, El Segundo [...]

City to Host Commuity Meeting on Multi-Unit Housing Smoking Ban

City to Host Commuity Meeting on Multi-Unit Housing Smoking Ban

On May 14, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., the City will be holding the first of several meetings throughout the community to provide outreach and education to landlords, tenants, HOA boards and homeowners of multi-unit housing regarding the City Council adopted smoking ban in multi-unit housing (including apartments, condominiums and townhomes). Please visit the following link for more details about this [...]

Brown Calls for Reduction in Emissions to Below 1990 Levels by 2030

Brown Calls for Reduction in Emissions to Below 1990 Levels by 2030

 Governor Jerry Brown has issued an executive order committing California to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 levels by 2030 - the most aggressive benchmark in North America. Brown's executive order aligns California's greenhouse gas reduction targets with those of leading international governments ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris later this [...]

Cooper Named Principal at CCHS

Cooper Named Principal at CCHS

After a several-month stint as Interim Principal at Culver City High School, Lisa Cooper’s position was made permanent April 28 as the Culver City Unified School District Board of Education unanimously voted to name her Principal. Cooper has been the school’s interim principal since October. She previously served for three years as the school’s Assistant Principal for Attendance, [...]

CCMS Student Erin Marble Wins Honorable Mention for “Water is Life”

CCMS Student Erin Marble Wins Honorable Mention for “Water is Life”

On April 27, 2015, the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Board of Directors presented awards to 15 grand prize and honorable mention winners to local students for the annual “Water is Life” Student Art Contest. More than 400 entries were received this year from public and private schools throughout West Basin’s service area and winning artwork was chosen based on the [...]

Ridley-Thomas Authors Mental Health Bill AB1299

Ridley-Thomas Authors Mental Health Bill AB1299

Members of the California Assembly and Senate joined together yesterday in a bi-partisan effort to pass legislation that provide mental and behavioral support to homeless veterans, foster youth, students in school settings and law enforcement personnel engaging persons in mental or behavioral heath crisis. Assembly Member Ridley-Thomas has authored AB 1299, which would provide a continuum of [...]

Mayor Mehaul Moves to the Chair, Weissman Named as Vice

Mayor Mehaul Moves to the Chair, Weissman Named as Vice

The annual ritual of 'rotating the mayor' - choosing among the five city council members to hold the office of mayor for the upcoming year - was the only action item on the agenda at the City Council meeting on April 27 ,2015. The meeting began with two proclamations, designating the month of May as Historic Preservation Month and also as Biking Month. Comments not on the agenda included a [...]

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