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News

Coyote Sightings in Culver Crest, Lindberg Park and Syd Kronenthal Park

Coyote Sightings in Culver Crest, Lindberg Park and Syd Kronenthal Park

There have been sightings of coyotes in the several parts of Culver City. Coyotes may come out at any time of day or night. A number of factors encourage coyotes to interact with humans including: people leaving out food for animals and the presence of unsecured refuse containers. Coyotes are wild animals. Do not entice or approach them. They are smart, fast, and will take what they can [...]

Eriksson to Launch City Council Campaign – Dec. 6

Eriksson to Launch City Council Campaign – Dec. 6

Longtime Culver City resident and chair of Culver City’s Finance Advisory Committee, Göran Eriksson is inviting the public to attend a campaign kickoff celebration to begin his campaign for a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2016 election. The event will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday, December 6 at the home of Madeline and Paul Ehrlich, 11472 Diller Avenue in Culver City. The event [...]

You & Your Money – Nov. 21 @ WLAC

You & Your Money – Nov. 21 @ WLAC

West Los Angeles College will host a free seminar on “YOU and YOUR Money …decisions for today and the future” on Saturday, November 21 from 10:30am to 2:30pm. The seminar will be led by Assistant Professor of Accounting Charles V. Daniel, formerly an auditor at the international accounting firm of KPMG. He is also President of the Los Angeles Professional Chapter of the National Association [...]

League of Women Voters to Revisit and Rethink Nov. 3 CCUSD Election

League of Women Voters to Revisit and Rethink Nov. 3 CCUSD Election

The public is cordially invited to attend a meeting of the Culver City Unit of League of Women Voters of Los Angeles on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. in the social hall of Culver City Presbyterian Church, 11269 W. Washington Blvd. Free parking is available behind the church; enter from Globe Avenue. Everyone’s input is welcome as we evaluate the effectiveness of the League’s [...]

CC Foodie/ Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

CC Foodie/ Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

In stark contrast to the dining experience I had earlier at Hanjip, yesterday I stopped in at our new Maple Block, which inhabits the space of our old pizzeria Villa Italian. I had a very, very different experience from either Hanjip or Villa Italian, to say the least. With or without the food, things were already perceptibly different when I was able to grab a comfy seat at the bar, and be [...]

Hit and Run Driver Sought

Hit and Run Driver Sought

A hit and run on Venice Boulevard between Clarington and Hughes last night left a pedestrian dead. Police are looking for a burgundy sedan with a bike rack and heavy front end damage. Please contact the Los Angeles Police Department with any information at (310) 482-6334. Update from Westchester 311 - The vehicle that killed the pedestrian in the Palms area is a 01 Buick LaSabre with [...]

AVPA Dance Concert Nov. 20 & 21 – Where It All Comes Together

AVPA Dance Concert Nov. 20 & 21 – Where It All Comes Together

AVPA Danger Zone Dance Company presents "Where It All Comes Together" The Fall Dance Concert features original work by our Dance faculty and students. “The students’ choreography is really the highlight of the evening,” explains Julie Carson, Artistic Director of Dance for the AVPA. “Our students have arrived at a place where their technical and creative experiences have come [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Nov. 9, 2015

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Nov. 9, 2015

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of November 9, 2015. At this meeting, the City Council:  Presented certificates of recognition to the 32 participants in the El Marino Language Exchange Program.  Presented a proclamation designating November 14-22, 2015 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.  Presented a certificate of recognition to Family Self [...]

Alliance for Biking & Walking Offers “State of the Movement”

Alliance for Biking & Walking Offers “State of the Movement”

Since 2007, the Alliance for Biking & Walking has compiled a biennial Benchmarking Report to provide sophisticated analysis and credible data on biking and walking in all 50 states. But mode share and crash rates aren’t the only statistics that matter in our work. The Alliance is equally invested in the advocacy that drives those outcomes: The benchmarks of the People Powered Movement [...]

Tiggs to Open Campaign for City Council Nov. 18

Tiggs to Open Campaign for City Council Nov. 18

Marcus G. Tiggs, a Culver City resident for over 20 years and candidate in the 2016 Culver City Council race will hold his campaign kickoff reception on Wednesday, November 18, 2015. The event will be from 7-8:30 pm at the home of Mike Cohen, 4378 Jasmine Avenue, Culver City, CA 90232. All are invited and encouraged to stop by. Tiggs’ community involvement spans almost two decades. This [...]

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