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Green Shift for Light Bulbs to Phase Out Energy Hogs

Green Shift for Light Bulbs to Phase Out Energy Hogs

Only four in 10 consumers are aware that the most popular light bulbs in the U.S. will be phased out next year as production of  on Jan. 1, 2014. The popular 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs join their energy-wasting cohorts, the 75-watt and 100-watt bulbs, which were phased out this year. According to Lighting giant Osram Sylvania, which released its sixth annual Sylvania [...]

Dare to Care – Unlicensed Afterschool Program Breaks Rules, Promises and Windows

Dare to Care – Unlicensed Afterschool Program Breaks Rules, Promises and Windows

When a child care program that advertises through our schools offers care for $10 a day, it's the kind of info that a working mom might think is great, but when that program turns out to be unlicensed, unresponsive and unethical, parents may discover that great is not the word. It came down to dueling speaker cards at the Parks and Recreation Commission meeting of Jan. 7; Annette Morasch, a [...]

MLK Celebration at Senior Center to Feature Agape Founder Beckwith

MLK Celebration at Senior Center to Feature Agape Founder Beckwith

Join in at the Senior Center for the annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration on Sat. Jan. 19  from noon to 6 pm. There will be a celebration of King's life and work, with speakers, films, panel discussion and many activities for all ages,  The keynote of the event will feature Agape's founder, Reverend Doctor Micheal Beckwith, speaking on the day's theme "What Did Dr. King Say? And What Will [...]

School Board “Road Show” at La Ballona – Jan. 14

School Board “Road Show” at La Ballona – Jan. 14

The Culver City School District's Board of Education will begin taking its show on the road, visiting various school sites throughout the District and holding its regularly schedule meetings on-campus instead of at the District Office. The first "road" meeting will be held Tuesday, January 14 at La Ballona Elementary School at 10915 West Washington Boulevard. Preceding the board meeting, La [...]

LATimes Launches E-Commerce Site District West

LATimes Launches E-Commerce Site District West

The Los Angeles Times Media Group is launching District West, its first independent online shopping destination, according to BusinessWire. The site, debuting today, is a unique e-commerce experience inspired by the Golden State lifestyle. District West showcases hand-selected goods, fashions and specialty retailers from distinctive LA neighborhoods, including Santa Monica, Silver Lake, Downtown [...]

Council Notes – Culver City Ice Arena Prepares to Skate Away

Council Notes – Culver City Ice Arena Prepares to Skate Away

The Mike Balkman Council Chambers were filled to capacity on Jan. 13 with many people standing along the walls and crowding the foyer in the back, hundreds of people having turned out to address the most important item not on the agenda – the impending closure of the Culver City Ice Arena. Cary Anderson offered his thoughts, saying “The reason we have the car show is because hot-rodding [...]

Common Core Explained at CCUSD District Offices

Common Core Explained at CCUSD District Offices

Culver City Unified School District will hold two common core information sessions in January, each in the CCUSD District Office board room at 4034 Irving Place. The first session will be held from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14 and will focus on English Language Arts and Literacy. The second will be held from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28 and will focus on mathematics, [...]

State Senator Holly Mitchell Sworn Into Office with Ceremony and Smiles

State Senator Holly Mitchell Sworn Into Office with Ceremony and Smiles

"Do you remember when we used to have smog alerts? When people were told not to go outside, and children could not play outside at recess because the air was so bad?" State Senator Holly J. Mitchell asked the crowd at her swearing-in ceremony at Sony Studios on Jan. 11. "Today I woke up to blue skies, and sweet, clear breezes, because government changed that, and smog alerts are a thing of the [...]

CCEF Seeks Nominations for the Teachers and Employees of the Year

CCEF Seeks Nominations for the Teachers and Employees of the Year

Teacher and Classified Employee of the Year nominations are due on or before January 31, 2014, so now's the time to take a few moments to consider those extra special people who have gone above and beyond what's expected to provide and support exceptional educational experiences for our students. Is there a teacher who does even more than most to help you or your child understand difficult [...]

Culver City Rent Control – Daytona Opens the Door

Culver City Rent Control – Daytona Opens the Door

What do Santa Monica, West Hollywood and Los Angeles all have that Culver City doesn't have? Rent control - and in a city that is almost 50% rentals, that is a big political issue. With the recent controversy over rent increases and evictions, Shireen Daytona created the Culver City Rent Control Project. “I’ve seen firsthand how people’s lives have been torn apart, people who thought [...]

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