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Water Board Candidate Houston Takes Questions Over Coffee

Water Board Candidate Houston Takes Questions Over Coffee

This past Sunday, October 5, saw a small gathering of local voters interested in a down ballot race on a vital office - The Board of the West Basin Water District. Candidate Scott Houston spoke to a coffee crowd hosted by Madeline and Paul Ehrlich at their home in Culver City, giving his stump speech and answering questions as the temperature rose outside and a dry breeze sifted through the fruit [...]

CC Foodie – New Eatery Coming to a Nearby Corner, Muddy Leek Closes the Doors

CC Foodie – New Eatery Coming to a Nearby Corner, Muddy Leek Closes the Doors

Keeping up with the local restaurant scene requires both stamina and stealth. Something called the North Beach Grocery may be opening soon downtown, while the Arts District has lost the Muddy Leek. Closures result in partners going their own ways while new projects mean compelling new combinations. According to LA Eater, it's Red Medicine's Noah Ellis  and American Gonzo Corp's Paul Hibler, [...]

CCPOA Seeking Support for Santa’s Sleigh

CCPOA Seeking Support for Santa’s Sleigh

The Culver City Police Officer’s Association is seeking donations to help build the new CCPOA Santa Sleigh. In the early 80's, members of the Culver City Police Officer's Association wanted to host an event that would create goodwill between the police department and the community. The Santa Sleigh was born out of an idea that the goodwill that Santa Claus builds transcends all races and [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Kudos to the Culver City Rotary Club! Past President Chris King reported that the Upward Bound House’s two Rotary-adopted units will be ready to be occupied within the next few weeks. Upward Bound will provide the Rotary Club the demographics of the two families who will be moving in (how many children, what their likes are, etc.), and a shopping list of what the families need. Chris is now [...]

Window for Mail-In Ballots to Close Oct. 28

Window for Mail-In Ballots to Close Oct. 28

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan reminds L.A. County voters to request a Vote by Mail ballot by Tuesday, Oct. 28 for the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election. The RR/CC encourages voters not to miss the opportunity to vote this election. If voters are busy on Election Day, voters can vote by mail. Requesting a Vote by Mail ballot is easy and can be done online or [...]

Sneakers Ready?  Oct. 8 is International Walk to School Day

Sneakers Ready? Oct. 8 is International Walk to School Day

  Getting children to try something new can be challenging, as many of us know (Just take one bite, how do you know you won't like it? ) Getting parents to try something new can be an even bigger challenge, after all, they are in charge and they know what they are doing (or so they say). Getting parents and children to try something new - just try - can be the start of a wonderful new [...]

Holly Mitchell Bills on Medi-Cal, Nursing, Sex Traffic, and Contraception Become Law

Holly Mitchell Bills on Medi-Cal, Nursing, Sex Traffic, and Contraception Become Law

For fourth year in row Governor Brown has signed all of Holly Mitchell's  bills sent to him. Affixing his signature to the last of the 12 bills sent to him by Senator Holly J. Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) in 2014, Governor Brown once again sustained Mitchell's 100% success rate for enactment of her passed legislation into state law. As the end of September deadline approached for the Governor [...]

Art Projects @ Antioch – Morse to Open Oct. 16

Art Projects @ Antioch – Morse to Open Oct. 16

The Antioch University Los Angeles Library advocates for broad and free access to a variety of documents and experiences, including art. Art is vital to a robust civic life. We are therefore delighted to introduce AULA Library Art Projects, three shows a year featuring various artists, local and otherwise. The Art Projects' first launch features "Hunters, Timelines and Topographies," nine [...]

Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge – Toni Joy Brown

Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge – Toni Joy Brown

After weeks of seeing people posting their "ice bucket challenges" as a promotion to donate to the ALS Association, you might have wondered about the challenge of having Amyotrophic Lateral Sclorosis. ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the [...]

Check the Tires, Check the Brakes (Bring the Sunscreen) – CicLAvia on Oct. 5

Check the Tires, Check the Brakes (Bring the Sunscreen) – CicLAvia on Oct. 5

CicLAvia will return to Los Angeles on October 5 from 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. with an almost entirely new route. CicLAvia is a free event. No registration is required and there is no starting or ending point. All you need to do is show up somewhere along the route, travel any direction you like by foot, bike, board or other non-motorized transportation, and then have fun! Heart of LA will cross [...]

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