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You Have Ideas? Come and Create Some Culture – Jan. 8

You Have Ideas? Come and Create Some Culture – Jan. 8

Culver City is famous for our great public culture- the music, the theater, the dance, the art...maybe you have been inspired to have some creative ideas to share with the rest of us. The Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission will host its annual Cultural Affairs Town Hall at City Hall in the Mike Balkman Council Chambers on January 8, 2013 at 7:00PM. The Commission invites all community [...]

Crime Blotter – More Broken Glass

Crime Blotter – More Broken Glass

Crime Blotter for Dec. 24th through the 31st. Residential Burglary: On December 24, 2012 at 9:30 pm, officers responded to the 4300 block of Sawtelle Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he said he left his residence in the morning and his son left around 1:30 pm. When he returned at 9:30 pm discovered his residence had been [...]

Bass Offers Virtual Town Hall on ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Resolution

Bass Offers Virtual Town Hall on ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Resolution

Congress has come to an agreement to avoid the fiscal cliff, and Rep. Karen Bass is going to take a moment to give an explanation of the deal and answer any questions you may have. Join Bass on a Virtual Town Hall TODAY Thursday, January 3rd, at 6pm PT. Click here to RSVP - karenbass.house.gov/event/virtual-town-hall-fiscal-cliff-deal We’ll be holding the Town Hall over the phone and [...]

Holiday Schedule Changes on CulverCityBus

Holiday Schedule Changes on CulverCityBus

Culver CityBus will run holiday service on Christmas Day (Tuesday, December 25, 2012) and New Year's Day (Tuesday, January 1, 2013). Only Lines 1, 3 and local 6 will be in service and will operate on the weekend and holiday schedule. For schedule details, please visit the Culver CityBus website. West LA College (WLAC) Riders - Please note the following schedule: December 22, 2012 - January [...]

Hamill Newly Elected Chamber of Commerce Leader

Hamill Newly Elected Chamber of Commerce Leader

Michael Hamill will lead the Culver City Chamber during 2013, a local resident and small businessperson was elected at last week's Board of Directors meeting. Joining Hamill on the Executive Committee are Chair-elect Bill Reider, Vice Chairs are Kyle Jones, Geoff Maleman, Elena Sweda Neff, Sue Robins, Scott Wyant, and Goran Eriksson as Immediate Past Chair. Mr. Hamill is the Managing Director [...]

Where are the Women in State Office Races?

Where are the Women in State Office Races?

Where have all the women gone? asks Scott Lay of the Sacramento-watching website The Nooner; Last Friday, the field was set in the Los Angeles mayor, city attorney, controller, and 8 city council races. Out of 57 candidates for the 11 offices, there are only 10 female candidates. The elections, which occur on March 5 with May 7 runoffs in races in which a candidate does not exceed 50%, may [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

GRAIL LUNAR IMPACT SITE NAMED FOR ASTRONAUT SALLY RIDE – NASA has named the site where the twin Ebb and Flow spacecraft impacted the Moon on Dec. 17 in honor of the late astronaut, Sally K. Ride, who was America’s first woman in space and a member of the GRAIL mission team. On Dec. 14, Ebb and Flow, the two spacecraft comprising NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) [...]

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 [...]

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