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Bike Corral Gets Official Opening on Washington Blvd.

Bike Corral Gets Official Opening on Washington Blvd.

"Anytime you say you are taking a parking space away from a business, things can get a little tense," noted Culver City Vice Mayor Jeff Cooper "but we took one parking space for a car, and turned it into ten spaces for bikes, and it works for everyone." The new bike corral on Washington Blvd. opened on Monday August 27 at 10 a.m, located behind Sony and just in front of the Conservancy for [...]

Call Price and Support Solar Power via AB1990

Call Price and Support Solar Power via AB1990

Are you a solar power supporter ? Today is the perfect day to let State Senator Curren Price know that you are. Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison are turning up the pressure on our state leaders in Sacramento to reject AB 1990, the "Solar for All" bill by Assemblymember Paul Fong. The bill would direct California utilities to purchase renewable energy from clean energy [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Among the Culver City Rotary Club bulletin’s announcements last week was the one that immediate past president Ann Murakami will be moving to Washington State. So it must be true that there is nothing left in Culver City once you’ve been Rotary Club president… they certainly will miss you, Ann. The same schedule may hold for many houses of worship, so check your church’s calendars – [...]

Babe Ruth Headed Home After Jersey Defeat

Babe Ruth Headed Home After Jersey Defeat

The Westchester 14U Babe Ruth All Star team has made it a habit of winning when necessary, having faced numerous "Win or go home games." Friday night, amid the pomp and circumstances of the World Series semifinal, Westchester found itself, yet again, in an elimination game. New Jersey earned the number one seed in the National Division with a 3-1 record (the same record as Westchester) and a [...]

Fiesta La Ballona Honors Historical Society’s Zermeno – Mike Cohen

Fiesta La Ballona Honors Historical Society’s Zermeno – Mike Cohen

Cathy Zermeno, the first president of the Culver City Historical Society and former Fiesta La Ballona chairperson, will receive a perpetual trophy as historical society honoree at the opening ceremonies of Fiesta La Ballona, Aug. 25, 11:45 a.m. on the main stage. Zermeno, 85, was elected the society's first President in 1980, and was named chair of Fiesta La Ballona in 1987. She returned as [...]

E-Bay Nickel Scam Nets CC Numismatist

E-Bay Nickel Scam Nets CC Numismatist

A Culver City 'coin collector' has been charged in connection with a World War II nickel scam he allegedly orchestrated on EBay, the state attorney general's office announced Wednesday. Abraham Berlin, 63, is accused of listing 13 sealed bags containing World War II-era "silver war nickels" for sale on the website in September and October 2011, prosecutors said. According to the Los Angeles [...]

Secret Secessionists Voted Down on Push to Join Culver City

Secret Secessionists Voted Down on Push to Join Culver City

According to LA Curbed, there's now a bit of a civil war going on in southern Mar Vista over a plan floated last week to secede from LA and join Culver City (the neighborhood has been part of LA since 1927). Apparently the secessionists have not actually outed themselves to their neighbors on the Mar Vista Community Council and the group's Land Use and Planning Committee co-chair says that "Until [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

How’s Your Underwear? Today I want to write about a condition that affects both women and men. It is about what is lying in your drawer right now. You know the drawer which I’m referring to. It is the drawer with those old, worn-out undergarments...your underwear. Why do we struggle with our on-going plight of ratty undergarments? What is it about those well worn items we hold on to for [...]

Sports Grant to Support CCHS Athletics

Sports Grant to Support CCHS Athletics

The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) has generously granted $8,000 to CCEF to help fund the CCHS Athletic Department Academic Support Plan. The goal of the CCHS program is to prepare athletes to be successful beyond high school by giving them the qualities that come from being part of a team and confidence that results from gaining academic success. The funding from GSD will [...]

Bike Corral Gets a Monday Morning Party – Aug. 27

Bike Corral Gets a Monday Morning Party – Aug. 27

In mid-July, the City converted a one car parking space on Washington Boulevard between Madison Avenue and Jean Place into the City’s first bike corral. To celebrate this milestone, the community is invited to join City elected officials and staff for an informal gathering on Monday, August 27 at 10 am. Please plan to meet on the sidewalk next to the bike corral, grab a cup of coffee or bite [...]

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