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Wanna Recount That? Prop 37 Needs Closer Scrutiny

Wanna Recount That? Prop 37 Needs Closer Scrutiny

The most recent official vote tally released on Dec. 3 claims that Prop 37, the California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act for GMO labels, was defeated by a narrow margin of 51.5%-48.5%. That's a margin thinner than the string on a green bean, and mathematically speaking, it just does not look right. Math is a beautiful thing, and if it does not look proper, proportional and [...]

Otis Expands into Arts District

Otis Expands into Arts District

One of Los Angeles finest art schools, the Otis College of Art and Design, has expanded its facilities by opening new graduate studios in Culver City, (according to Digital Post Production, Los Angeles premier arts district). The space at 10455 Jefferson Boulevard includes artists studios, administrative offices, a computer lab, and two large public spaces, which will host artists in residence, [...]

Look Out ! It’s The Crime Blotter !

Look Out ! It’s The Crime Blotter !

Crime Blotter for December 17, 2012 Car Burglary: On December 13, 2012 at 10:25 pm, a victim called the police department to report her 2008 Range Rover had been burglarized. The victim said she valet parked her car in the 12500 block of Washington Boulevard at 7:30 pm. When she returned at 10:10 pm she discovered her driver side window had been smashed and her property missing. Stolen [...]

New Office Space Now Under Construction in Hayden Tract

New Office Space Now Under Construction in Hayden Tract

Hackman Capital Partners LLC has recently broken ground on WorkScapes at the Hayden Tract. According to Globe Street, the developer will renovate and convert three industrial buildings into creative offices. The WorkScapes at the Hayden Tract project will provide 126,400 square feet of office space to potential tenants. The development also includes 190 surface parking spaces and 556 covered [...]

CCUSD Offers Tips for Taking on the Newtown Tragedy – Geoff Maleman

CCUSD Offers Tips for Taking on the Newtown Tragedy – Geoff Maleman

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those touched by Friday morning’s devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and while this senseless act has left many of us distraught, there are ways for all of us to help. Talking to Your Children: The biggest question children are likely to have is whether something similar can happen to them. Parents should [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

From Culver City local drummer Martin Bennett, aka “Sonny B,” comes word that his American roots and blues quartet “Hound Dog Dave and the Mel-tones” will be playing at the Bar of Melody just a few miles south on Sepulveda Blvd. in neighboring Westchester this Wednesday, December 18 from 8:00 – 11:00 p.m. To book either the quartet or his “Mystic Nights Trio” or “U.S. 99” (early [...]

Agape International to Host ‘Birth 2012′ – Dec. 21 and 22

Agape International to Host ‘Birth 2012′ – Dec. 21 and 22

The end of the long-count Mayan calendar on December 21, 2012, has provoked apocalyptic fears, doomsday books and films, and even triggered outbreaks of panic, as recently reported the New York Times and Associated Press. According to Digital Media,the far more positive and forward-looking Birth 2012 movement offers a creative and hopeful alternative. Rather than feed fears, the movement aims [...]

School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

It was standing room only this past Tuesday Dec 11th at the school district office. Many Culver High seniors were in attendance as they observed the panel of board members to fulfill their yearly government class participation requirements, alongside proud elementary and middle school families because that night was a special one. The American Citizenship Awards were presented to a total of [...]

Fineschriber Foundation “Instrumental” in Helping Music @ CCUSD

Fineschriber Foundation “Instrumental” in Helping Music @ CCUSD

At the school board meeting on Tuesday, December 11th, CCEF Executive Director Leslie Adler and music teachers Paul Witt (CCMS) and Tony Spano (CCHS) announced two extraordinary new grants from The Fineshriber Family Foundation. Marcia Antepol, President of the Foundation spoke passionately of her commitment to CCUSD and CCEF. The first grant is for over $36,000, and demonstrates The [...]

Crime Blotter – Broken Window

Crime Blotter – Broken Window

Crime Blotter Residential Burglary: On December 5, 2012 at 7:45 am, officers responded to the 4100 block of Sawtelle Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; she left her residence locked and secured at 10:30 am and returned at 7:10 pm and discovered her living room had been ransacked. She them checked the rest of the residence [...]

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