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Culver Lacrosse Season Aims High – by Paul Walsleben

Culver Lacrosse Season Aims High – by Paul Walsleben

When you think of youth sports, many people only think of AYSO soccer and Little League baseball. Local sport parents are discovering that besides the two favorites, Culver City has a growing reputation as a center for the exciting game of lacrosse. Lacrosse is played with netted sticks, and a solid rubber ball on a soccer-sized field. As a youth game, lacrosse has the appeal of a contact [...]

Ice Rink – City Tries to Set Rumors to Rest

Ice Rink – City Tries to Set Rumors to Rest

The City of Culver City’s highest priority is its commitment to ensuring the public’s health and safety. There have been a number of rumors circulating recently regarding the Culver City Ice Arena, located at 4545 Sepulveda Blvd., and plans relating to the closure of the business by the current operator. The City would like to address these concerns. The City of Culver City was informed by [...]

Active Transportation Walks, Pedals and Rides into 2014

Active Transportation Walks, Pedals and Rides into 2014

The Los Angeles County Active Transportation Collaborative kicked off 2014 with the biggest meeting yet: over 100 partners from community-based organizations, school districts, councils of government, business groups, public agency staff, elected officials, Metro directors and individual supporters packed the room at The California Endowment. For those who couldn’t make it or were stuck on the [...]

Can the City Save the Rink? Zoning May Be the Trump Card

Can the City Save the Rink? Zoning May Be the Trump Card

From City Manager John Nachbar -- Jan. 29, 2014 the City of Culver City notified the Property Owner and Planet Granite, the New Lessee of the property, of the following: The City of Culver City has been evaluating information relating to the proposed change of use by Planet Granite of the Culver City Ice Arena. At the urging of the City Council, city staff continued its comprehensive, top [...]

CPK Campaign Fundraiser Rocks Helms

CPK Campaign Fundraiser Rocks Helms

Christopher Patrick “CPK” King’s campaign team (CPK4CC) rocked the Helms District in Culver City this past Saturday, January 25th. More precisely, they rocked it with the help of four local bands ranging from a community jazz band, Captain Dan and the Del Rey Community Jazz Band; Samantha Ahdoot with special guests Garry Corman and Paul McCarty, hip hop artist Spliff Hemmingway, and [...]

Solar Campus Goes Live Feb. 4

Solar Campus Goes Live Feb. 4

Surrounded by students and elected officials, CCUSD Board of Education President Laura Chardiet will flip the switch on Culver City Unified School District's new photovoltaic power system during a ceremony at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 4 at Farragut Elementary School. The system will provide 750kW of energy and will result in a projected $400,000 per year to the District's general fund. The [...]

California State Budget – Figures for the Future

California State Budget – Figures for the Future

Governor Jerry Brown released his proposed 2014-2015 budget on January 9th. The budget reflects the Governor's strategic plan to reduce California's debt and long-term liabilities and place savings in the state's "rainy day" fund. While an attempt to "achieve and maintain fiscal balance," the budget does little to address the continuing inequities faced by California's poorest communities that [...]

Second Common Core Info Session – Jan. 28

Second Common Core Info Session – Jan. 28

Culver City Unified School District will hold a common core information session from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28 focusing on mathematics, mathematics acceleration, and science. Originally scheduled for the CCUSD Board Room, the popularity of this event means it will now be held in the Cafetorium at Farragut Elementary School, 10820 Farragut Avenue in Culver City. This session will [...]

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. [...]

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