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News

Co-opportunity Market and Deli’s Grand Opening Hits the Spot

Co-opportunity Market and Deli’s Grand Opening Hits the Spot

Just a block from the EXPO station and across the street from the former Surfas is Culver City's newest community-owned natural foods grocery and deli. Featuring fresh, organic, local foods and products, the Coopportunity Market and Deli opened to lines of customers at the Saturday Grand Opening. Many bought memberships in the 43-year–old cooperative, founded in a Santa Monica garage well [...]

Free E-waste Roundup & File Shredding-Syd Kronenthal Park – Tomorrow, September 9th!

Free E-waste Roundup & File Shredding-Syd Kronenthal Park – Tomorrow, September 9th!

The Culver City Public Works Department and California Recycles are working together to provide a convenient way for you to dispose of your unwanted electronic equipment by holding an electronic recycling & document shredding event! Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Syd Kronenthal Park 3459 McManus Avenue Culver City, CA 90232 We will accept the following [...]

Bass Offers Amendments on Airplane Noise

Bass Offers Amendments on Airplane Noise

On September 5,  Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) offered a series of amendments to H.R. 3354, an omnibus appropriations bill that includes Fiscal Year 2018 spending for federal transportation priorities. The amendments, put forward in the House Rules Committee, were an effort to minimize the continuous and rampant noise caused by low-flying airplanes in neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles. “The [...]

Culver-Palms Y Nears ‘Grand Reopening’

Culver-Palms Y Nears ‘Grand Reopening’

The completion of construction at the Culver-Palms Y is almost in sight, and the Y is happy to showcase the remodeling and upgrades that have kept the facility busy over the last ten months. Renovations focused on the Front Lobby, portions of the pool deck, and the locker rooms that are part of the Aquatics Center. Plans called for adding a family restroom, two rinse off showers, and a family [...]

City to Release Draft Environmental Impact Report on Oil Field Sept. 15

City to Release Draft Environmental Impact Report on Oil Field Sept. 15

On September 15, 2017, a Draft of the IOF Specific Plan (including revised draft drilling regulations) and the Draft EIR will be released to the public for a 60-day review period. Upon release, the draft documents and will be posted on the City’s website at www.culvercity.org/inglewoodoilfield. Additional notification and information regarding submission of comments to the Draft EIR will be [...]

2017 Women in Business Honorees Named

2017 Women in Business Honorees Named

Akasha Richmond, owner and Innovator Honoree of Akasha Restaurant, Bakery and Bar as well as the new AR Cucina, was an early innovator in downtown Culver City along with her business partner and husband Alan Shulman. Akasha, a well-known chef prior to opening her first restaurant In Culver City, has brought her creative, innovative style of cooking to Culver City alongside a creative atmosphere [...]

Coastal Cleanup Day – Sept. 16

Coastal Cleanup Day – Sept. 16

  Do your part in cleaning the California Coast during the annual Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) in Culver City. CCD is an international event with over 60 participating countries around the world, making it one of the largest volunteer efforts on the planet! Coastal Cleanup Day in Culver City is a fun way for individuals, neighborhoods, schools, and volunteer groups to get involved and [...]

Bipartisan Support for #EquityandJustice in Sacramento

Bipartisan Support for #EquityandJustice in Sacramento

State Assemblymembers from both parties today approved a plan to end unreasonable fees on families of incarcerated children, making the measure one step away from Gov. Brown’s desk. Senate Bill 190, one of several bills in the #EquityAndJustice package by Sens. Ricardo Lara and Holly J. Mitchell, passed on a 57-to-9 bipartisan vote and now returns to the Senate to concur on technical [...]

Construction Begins Today for Golden State Water

Construction Begins Today for Golden State Water

Construction Activities for Golden State Water Company’s Culver Boulevard Area Main Replacement Project will begin September 5th, 2017. These activities will begin potholing and laying out the project on Culver Boulevard.Construction will follow the week of September 11, 2017 and is anticipated to extend into April 2018. Traffic Impacts on East Bound Culver Blvd., and Northbound Sepulveda [...]

Antioch Alumni Awards @ Marina City Club

Antioch Alumni Awards @ Marina City Club

This year's AULA Alumni Awards recipients are award-winning author and poet Gale Brandeis, innovative educator Daryl Bilandzija, and Psychology Department adjunct faculty member/Bridge Program Community Coordinator Roger Ford. They will be honored Sunday, October 22 at the 2017 AULA Alumni Awards and Reunion at The Marina City Club in Marina Del Rey.  Gayle Brandeis is an acclaimed author [...]

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