Sunday September 21st 2014
Loading images...

Thank you for your support!

Archived Posts

Culver City Weather


64.3°F
Feels like 64.3°F
Clear

Today:
76°F / 64°F
Tomorrow Tuesday Wednesday
78° / 64° 80° / 64° 84° / 66°

Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

News

Gun (No Ammo) at CCMS – Students Silent

Gun (No Ammo) at CCMS – Students Silent

If you were one of the many parents who received an auto-call from the school district last night, you know some of the story; Culver City Crossroads has details. On Monday, a 7th grade student brought an unloaded handgun to Culver City Middle School to threaten another student. When the gun-carrying boy got his intended victim into the bathroom with a group of other boys, he showed the gun and [...]

Big Fracking Protest at Culver City DOGGR Meeting

Big Fracking Protest at Culver City DOGGR Meeting

With the official meeting not scheduled to begin until 7 pm, the protestors in front of the Culver City City Hall were waving signs and chanting against fracking. Heavy media presence made this this hot spot for the evening news, with KNBC, KTLA , KCBS and KNX newsradio all shooting and interviewing the dozens of protestors. People came from as far as the from the Valley and the South Bay to [...]

Didi Hirsch Marks 70 Years of Mental Health

Didi Hirsch Marks 70 Years of Mental Health

It might be easy to think that things have never been so bad, with the economic challenges and environmental crises all around us, but 70 years ago, people felt the same way. With the Great Depression and world war in the headlines, Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health was founded to help people cope with the challenges. An official commendation from Culver City Council started off the meeting on [...]

Culver Chamber Wins President’s Circle Award

Culver Chamber Wins President’s Circle Award

The California Chamber of Commerce has recognized 23 local chambers of commerce with the President's Circle award. The award, first presented in 2009, recognizes chambers for excellence in business advocacy and helping their members comply with California employment laws. Culver City Chamber of Commerce one of only 10 Chambers to be honored all four years has been involved to advocating for [...]

Culver Chamber Opens “Leaders” with Ehrlich Architects

Culver Chamber Opens “Leaders” with Ehrlich Architects

"While the idea of leadership is very broad, we are offering this series in hopes that we will all learn something about business, about government, and how to lead." Culver Chamber President Goran Eriksson spoke over the soft clatter of plates and cutlery, the Leaders luncheon kicked into gear on June 7 at the Courtyard At Marriott. Steve Ehrlich, Culver City based architect was the featured [...]

Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Antonio Villaraigosa announced that Metro will officially open to the public both the Culver City Station and the Farmdale Station (Dorsey High School )along the recently opened Metro Expo Line on Wednesday, June 20 at 12 noon. In addition, it was announced that patrons boarding trains at both the Farmdale and Culver City Station will receive free passes [...]

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter for May 29th through June 4th. Commercial Burglary: On May 29, 2012 at 2:03 pm, officers responded to the 8400 block of Warner Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the reporting party who told them the following; he said on May 24, 2012 at 3:53 pm, he locked and secured the location, when he returned on May 29, 2012 at 5:47 am, he discovered one of the [...]

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

1. Bring back the Citizen-Community based Budget Committee that the Council abolished. Items to discuss for example by the committee: business taxes, do traffic cameras really work as advertised?, alternative funding for services that might be cut, spending priorities, financial goals, optimum number of parking enforcement officers, consolidating accounts receivables, weighing the advantages and [...]

Culver City Grads Win Scholarships

Culver City Grads Win Scholarships

126 graduating seniors at Culver City High School and Culver Park High School have been selected by individual donors and organizations to receive scholarships totaling more than $113,000. The scholarships are administered through the Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit volunteer organization. Awards will be presented at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 18, at Robert Frost [...]

California Atty General Kamala Harris Authors Homeowner Bill of Rights – Click Here to Support

California Atty General Kamala Harris Authors Homeowner Bill of Rights – Click Here to Support

California homeowners have been tricked, lied to, and swindled. Foreclosed on while supposedly in negotiations to refinance their loans. Scammed into predatory loans even when they qualified for better terms. Evicted from their homes, even when their bank no longer has the legal right to do so. Millions of Californians have already lost their homes to the deceptive practices and outright fraud [...]

 Page 86 of 183  « First  ... « 84  85  86  87  88 » ...  Last »