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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 [...]

Suspect Arrested in Robbery at Westfield Shopping Center

Suspect Arrested in Robbery at Westfield Shopping Center

On November 16th, 2016, at 12:20 pm, a 90 year old male was seated in the food court of the Westfield Shopping Center, Culver City. A subject (described below) walked up to the victim, ripped gold chains from his neck and threw him to the ground. While the victim was on the ground, the suspect took his wallet and fled on foot in an unknown direction. The victim was subsequently taken to the [...]

CCEF Seeking Support for ArtworxLA

CCEF Seeking Support for ArtworxLA

"I feel like I have a chance." For a high school student, used to living day by day, not seeing a future, art can be the catalyst to change a life. Thanks to the ArtworxLA program and the teachers at Culver Park High School like Ruth Morris, (pictured left) ArtworxLA engages alternative high school students in a long-term, sequential arts program that inspires them to stay in school and develop [...]

Fitness Starts Jan 1 @ Culver-Palms Y

Fitness Starts Jan 1 @ Culver-Palms Y

The Culver Palms Y will be kicking off the new year with a 31-Day Strength Challenge that will run through the month of January. The focus is on exercising muscles using the strength machines in the Fitness Center. They have designated one exercise for each day of the week, seven different exercises for the week. The weeks repeat. For example, Monday is legs press. For the challenge you’ll [...]

The First Lady’s Last White House Christmas

The First Lady’s Last White House Christmas

As promised, the second installment of 'Culver City Kids Visit the White House' After missing two days of school, I am on a plane, going back to LA, and coming from an unforgettable experience. My name is Emilien Sahli, and Michelle Obama said hello to me. I should explain… On the last day of Thanksgiving break, my dad called me into his office, and told me that we had an opportunity to [...]

Castro, Camaguey and Change in Cuba

Castro, Camaguey and Change in Cuba

Change? Camaguey has changed since my visits in 2012 and 2014. Now, along the main street there is an ice cream shop, book store, cinemas - primarily for tourists, mainly from Europe, Canada and now some from the USA. We rarely meet the Camagueyanos, save for those who serve tourists; hotel workers, bartenders, and taxi drivers, who convey us on pedi-cabs. But our group members are fortunate. [...]

Local Kids Visit the Holiday White House

Local Kids Visit the Holiday White House

Editor's Note: Two local students, Lyra Small of Lin Howe and Emilien Sahli of Culver City High School got to visit the White House for the last Obama Family Christmas with Kidscoop Media. They took pictures, interviewed staff, and wrote up their notes. Today we are presenting Lyra's story, and tomorrow we will offer Emilien's. Presenting the holiday White House from a kid's eye view -  My [...]

Karen Bass Opts to Forgo Looking Back, Looking for a Way Forward

Karen Bass Opts to Forgo Looking Back, Looking for a Way Forward

The hundreds of people who attended the year-end luncheon hosted by Congresswoman Karen Bass on Dec. 18, 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton had several things in common; they were connected to Bass' work in Washington, they wanted to hear what she had to say about 2016, and they were deeply concerned about the incoming federal administration. Many of those in the audience were constituents in [...]

Antioch University Walkers Exceed Fundraising Goal for AIDS Walk

Antioch University Walkers Exceed Fundraising Goal for AIDS Walk

The 2016 AIDS Walk Los Angeles took place in Grand Park, located in Downtown LA, on Sunday, October 23, 2016. For more than 25 years, AULA has participated in this important fundraising event. This year, faculty, students, family, and friends helped team Antioch Walks raise funds for service organizations dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by HIV and AIDS. Antioch Walk’s goal [...]

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar & Staff

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar & Staff

All the latest from the City Manager, Parks and Recreation, Fire Department, Senior Center and more - City Manager’s Office City / West Los Angeles College Liaison Board - The second meeting of the City / West Los Angeles College Liaison Board meeting was held on December 5th. Council Members Göran Eriksson and Thomas Small, along with City Manager John Nachbar and WLAC President Dr. Jim [...]

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