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Expo Ridership Already @ 2020 Goal, Crenshaw/ LAX Line Breaks Ground

Expo Ridership Already @ 2020 Goal, Crenshaw/ LAX Line Breaks Ground

The year-and-a-half-old Expo Line light rail, running from DTLA to Culver City, has already exceeded Metro's self-imposed ridership goals for 2020, according to LACurbed—they projected 27,000 daily riders by then and hit 27,360 average weekday riders in December. (Many of them are people who live around the line.) While that's encouraging—as is the often-full-during-the-week Culver City [...]

Sony Looks to Send Jobs To Canada

Sony Looks to Send Jobs To Canada

In a cost cutting move, Sony Pictures Imageworks is transferring a portion of the staff from its Los Angeles HQ to its studio in Vancouver, B.C., as employees in both locations are bracing for layoffs, according to Variety. Sony declined to specify how many jobs would actually be relocated, but the number is likely around three dozen, mostly in software development, according to two insiders. [...]

Save the Date – Youth Health Center Fundraiser March 15

Save the Date – Youth Health Center Fundraiser March 15

The Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center is hosting its annual major fundraiser on Saturday, March 15th at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Culver City. The honoree is California State Senator Holly Mitchell who has worked for the benefit of young people in the community for most of her career. Everyone is invited to share this special evening which will include a silent auction, music, a no [...]

Ridley-Thomas Swearing In @ WLA College Jan. 26

Ridley-Thomas Swearing In @ WLA College Jan. 26

Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas will participate in an oath of office ritual officiated by California Attorney General Kamala Harris during his 54th Assembly District Community Swearing-In Ceremony on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium at West Los Angeles College (9000 Overland Avenue, Culver City 90230). Assemblymember Ridley-Thomas’ festive and [...]

CCEF Honorees Support Backpack Program @ CCUSD

CCEF Honorees Support Backpack Program @ CCUSD

Lois and Jason Frand, recipients of the 2013 Playa Vista CCEF President's Award and known throughout our community for their dedication to math enrichment in our elementary schools, have donated $5,000 to CCUSD's Backpacks for Kids program. The program provides a backpack full of food for Culver City students who would otherwise go hungry on the weekends. After all, no child can do his or her [...]

Illegal Contractors Get Stung

Illegal Contractors Get Stung

Investigators from the Contractors State Licensing Board have cited 18 illegal contracting suspects following a sting in Culver City, according to City News Service. Culver City police officers supported the sting, which was conducted on Jan. 8 and 9, according to Steve Breen of the CSLB. “The fake contractors were invited to bid on concrete, plumbing, ceramic tile and painting projects [...]

King Files for City Council Election

King Files for City Council Election

Surrounded by supporters, Christopher Patrick “CPK” King, filed his candidacy papers with the City Clerk’s office this past Monday afternoon, Jan 13, 2014. King was beaming as he stated to local media, “I didn’t think I could be any more excited than I was a few months ago when we did our initial launch party, but I am even more excited today.” He expressed his appreciation for the [...]

Green Shift for Light Bulbs to Phase Out Energy Hogs

Green Shift for Light Bulbs to Phase Out Energy Hogs

Only four in 10 consumers are aware that the most popular light bulbs in the U.S. will be phased out next year as production of  on Jan. 1, 2014. The popular 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs join their energy-wasting cohorts, the 75-watt and 100-watt bulbs, which were phased out this year. According to Lighting giant Osram Sylvania, which released its sixth annual Sylvania [...]

Dare to Care – Unlicensed Afterschool Program Breaks Rules, Promises and Windows

Dare to Care – Unlicensed Afterschool Program Breaks Rules, Promises and Windows

When a child care program that advertises through our schools offers care for $10 a day, it's the kind of info that a working mom might think is great, but when that program turns out to be unlicensed, unresponsive and unethical, parents may discover that great is not the word. It came down to dueling speaker cards at the Parks and Recreation Commission meeting of Jan. 7; Annette Morasch, a [...]

MLK Celebration at Senior Center to Feature Agape Founder Beckwith

MLK Celebration at Senior Center to Feature Agape Founder Beckwith

Join in at the Senior Center for the annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration on Sat. Jan. 19  from noon to 6 pm. There will be a celebration of King's life and work, with speakers, films, panel discussion and many activities for all ages,  The keynote of the event will feature Agape's founder, Reverend Doctor Micheal Beckwith, speaking on the day's theme "What Did Dr. King Say? And What Will [...]

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