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Sherriff’s Dept. Graduates Officers

Sherriff’s Dept. Graduates Officers

Twenty-four female and thirty-eight male Deputy Sheriffs, as well as nine male and one female Police Officers from the Culver City, Inglewood, Monterey Park and Pasadena Police Departments, graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Training Academy in Los Angeles during ceremonies held Friday morning,November 14, 2014, at the Biscailuz Center Training Academy. As part of the [...]

Breaking News – McDonald Street Floods for the Third Time

Breaking News – McDonald Street Floods for the Third Time

For the third time in four years, water is rising over the curb on McDonald Street in the Sunkist Park area of Culver City. Both Culver City Fire Department and Golden State Water are on the scene, attempting to discover the break so they can stop the water. While the previous two water main breaks occurred in the early morning hours between 4 and 6 am, this break was mid afternoon, [...]

Sony Names Weiss as New SVP for Creative Advertising

Sony Names Weiss as New SVP for Creative Advertising

Nicholas Weiss has been named Senior Vice President, Creative Advertising for Sony Pictures Entertainment, it was announced on Tuesday, Nov. 11 by Dwight Caines, president of Theatrical Marketing for the studio, and by Michael Pavlic, president, Worldwide Creative Advertising, to whom Weiss will report. In his new role, Weiss will oversee creative advertising campaigns for several of the studio's [...]

Gamesters Get Major Funds for Build Out

Gamesters Get Major Funds for Build Out

Scopely, a mobile game publishing startup, has raised $35 million in financing to produce new titles and invest further in building out the technology behind its games distribution network, the company said on Thursday. According to Reuters, the Culver City based startup, which was founded in 2011, has delivered a handful of games such as "Mini Golf MatchUp," which ranked among the top 5 games [...]

Metro Lines Meet – Phases 1 & 2 Connect

Metro Lines Meet – Phases 1 & 2 Connect

The race toward completion of the Expo Line light rail springs forward with the beginning of work to join the electrical and communications systems for Expo Phases I (Downtown to Culver City) and II (CC to Santa Monica) near the Culver City station. According to Bianca Barragan at LA Curbed the tracks were joined together about five months ago. As seen in photos from The Source, while the [...]

Brown Seats New Judges – Culver City’s Whitaker Takes the Bench

Brown Seats New Judges – Culver City’s Whitaker Takes the Bench

Governor Brown  announced on Wednesday, Nov. 12 the appointment of Michael E. Whitaker to a judgeship in the Los Angeles County Superior Court. Culver City has had the benefit of Whitaker's expertise on many campaigns, commission and committees, and has every reason to be both pleased and proud of his appointment. Whitaker spent eight years as a Culver City Civil Service commissioner, and [...]

Council Keeps Possibility of Billboards Alive

Council Keeps Possibility of Billboards Alive

In a vote of four to one, the City Council kept the option open for the Carlyle Group to place billboards in Culver City. The City Council meeting of Monday, Nov. 10, 2014 didn't end until well into Tuesday, with a very large part of the evening taken up by the proposal for an "Hospitality and Entertainment District Plan" offered by the company PlaceWorks as representatives for The Carlyle [...]

CCEF Annual Benefactor Breakfast Brings Out the Best – and Kicks Off Fundraising for Band Uniforms

CCEF Annual Benefactor Breakfast Brings Out the Best – and Kicks Off Fundraising for Band Uniforms

Last week the Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) thanked its major benefactors with a scrumptious breakfast at Akasha and demonstrations of how well the funds CCEF raises are being used. CCEF benefits every student at every CCUSD school in a myriad of ways, but three programs were highlighted for this event. Guests heard the success of music programs in our schools when Dr. Tony [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Annual Meeting – Nov. 19

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Annual Meeting – Nov. 19

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center will have their annual meeting on Wednesday, November 19th at 7 p.m. in the Culver City School District Board Room, 4034 Irving Place. The featured speaker is Mr. Drew Sotelo, Director of School and Family Support Services for the School District, who will discuss “Culver City Schools Help the Homeless and Culver Families with Need.” Mr. [...]

Safe Routes to School – Stakeholder Survey

Safe Routes to School – Stakeholder Survey

Walking the children to school? Bicycle commuter? Whatever you are doing to change your transportation habits, Safe Routes to School wants to hear from you. The goal of the Southern California Safe Routes to School Regional Network and its local technical assistance efforts is to build partnerships and leverage resources in the region to improve policies and the built environment to support [...]

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