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Sony Hacker Sentenced

Sony Hacker Sentenced

A hacker who pleaded guilty to taking part in an extensive computer breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment has been sentenced to a year in prison, followed by home detention, US federal prosecutors said. Cody Kretsinger, a LulzSec hacker who used the online moniker "Recursion", pleaded guilty in April 2012 to one count each of conspiracy and unauthorised impairment of a protected computer as [...]

Price Authors Bill for Disclosure on Prescription Overdose Deaths

Price Authors Bill for Disclosure on Prescription Overdose Deaths

Legislation authored by State Senator Curren D. Price, Jr. (D-Los Angeles) that would ensure state licensing boards have information as soon as possible to determine the role that doctors and pharmacists may have had in patient prescription drug deaths passed out of the Senate’s Business Professions and Economic Development Committee unanimously Monday by a bipartisan vote of 10-0. In the [...]

Prescription Drug ‘Take Back’ Day – April 29

Prescription Drug ‘Take Back’ Day – April 29

The Culver City Police Department in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency is hosting a drop off point. The purpose of this National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is to provide a venue for persons who want to dispose of unwanted and unused prescription drugs. Keeping drugs out of the groundwater and the landfill is an important (and often overlooked ) means of taking care of waste [...]

CicLAvia (It’s Sick-La-VEEEE-aaah) Takes Over the Town on April 21

CicLAvia (It’s Sick-La-VEEEE-aaah) Takes Over the Town on April 21

The 6th annual CicLAvia event will take place on Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event will be CicLAvia’s largest open-streets event to date. For the first time, CicLAvia’s route will connect the Los Angeles’ historic center at El Pueblo de Los Angeles in downtown to the bustling boardwalk of Venice Beach by way of Venice Boulevard, creating an unprecedented 15 miles [...]

Crime Blotter – Cars and Bikes Go Missing

Crime Blotter – Cars and Bikes Go Missing

Crime Blotter for April 9th through April 16th. Vandalism: On April 10, 2013 at 7:20 pm, a victim came to the police department to report his 1999 Ford Mustang had vandalized. The victim said he parked his car at 10:00 am in the 4300 block of Huntley Avenue. At 3:10 pm, a witness saw female white walking around and appeared to be dragging a car key along the side of the car. The suspect then [...]

Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates Popular Progress

Mayor’s Luncheon Celebrates Popular Progress

As the DoubleTree by Hilton filled on Wednesday afternoon, April 10, the local legend that the mayor's popularity could be measured by the size of the crowd seemed to be borne out; Andy Weissman's farewell address to the office was completely packed. There were so many tables, the buffet had to be served from another room so that all who wanted to applaud Andy's end-of-year address could be [...]

Democracy School – April 21

Democracy School – April 21

The mechanics of how corporations usurp local rights in California is a well-kept secret, but that is about to change. Democracy School, a three-hour workshop for residents concerned about the environment, public health and safety, will be held on Sunday, April 21, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Complex in the Garden Room. The Veterans Memorial Complex is located at 4117 Overland [...]

Digging Dirt for New School Field Opens the Future

Digging Dirt for New School Field Opens the Future

"This has been a long time coming, and I'm delighted to say we start today." School Board President Kathy Paspalis stood in the middle of the broad sweep of Helms Field with a smile as solid and sincere as the white hard hats hung on the shovels resting in the dirt behind her. Culver City Unified School District and Balfour Beatty Construction broke ground on April 10 on a new athletic complex [...]

World Book Night “Pre-ception” at Culver City Julian Dixon on April 20

World Book Night “Pre-ception” at Culver City Julian Dixon on April 20

Culver City Friends of the Library and the Culver City Julian Dixon Library will be participating as a giving site for World Book Night on Tuesday, April 23. On this date, 25,000 volunteers from Berkeley to Boston and Sitka to Sarasota will give away half a million free books in more than 6,000 towns and cities across the country. Volunteer book lovers help promote reading by going out into their [...]

CCLL Joins Dodgers to Honor Robinson

CCLL Joins Dodgers to Honor Robinson

On Sunday, thirteen current and former Culver City Little League players participated in the Major League Baseball and Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) baseball clinic. 200 young boys and girls from programs throughout the Los Angeles-area were invited to participate. The clinic, held on the field at Dodger Stadium, featured almost a dozen former Dodgers greats, including former [...]

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