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Presidential Traffic – Make Note

Presidential Traffic – Make Note

President Barack Obama is making his rounds in Los Angeles Monday and Tuesday, and according to laist.com, that can only mean one thing for Angelenos—Obamajam. He'll be arriving at LAX today to hit up two fundraising events, including the homes of basketball icon Magic Johnson and media proprietor Haim Saban. On Tuesday, Obama will be in Hancock Park early Tuesday morning for a fundraiser at [...]

Mayor Cooper Opens Campaign Season for City Council Race

Mayor Cooper Opens Campaign Season for City Council Race

Nearly 100 supporters turned out yesterday to voice their endorsement of Mayor Jeff Cooper who is seeking re-election to a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2014 election. Held at the Veterans Park home of Beverly and Dan O’Brien, the event drew supporters from a wide variety of political backgrounds and from every neighborhood in the city. “It was gratifying that so many people [...]

Expo Service – Station to Station During Track Maintenance

Expo Service – Station to Station During Track Maintenance

On Saturday, November 23, bus shuttles will replace Metro Expo Line service between La Cienega/Jefferson Station and Culver City Station in order for Metro to perform planned track maintenance. Train service will only run between 7th St/Metro Center and La Cienega/Jefferson from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bus shuttles will be implemented between the La Cienega/Jefferson and Culver City stations to help [...]

Sony to Change Focus – More Series, Fewer Films

Sony to Change Focus – More Series, Fewer Films

Sony's Pictures Entertainment will produce fewer films as it makes a "significant" shift from motion pictures to higher-margin television production and to operating TV channels, Sony Corp executives told investors gathered at the company's Culver City studio lot. According to Reuters News, the declaration came as Sony battles to win investor support after a letter from hedge fund investor [...]

Expo Line – Phase Two is Halfway Home

Expo Line – Phase Two is Halfway Home

Phase two of the Expo Light Rail Line is now 50 percent complete and is on-time and on-budget, according to the Expo E-News Fall 2013 newsletter, taking the train from Culver to Santa Monica. A majority of the eight bridges along the alignment are nearing completion, including the Venice Boulevard Bridge linking Phase 1 and Phase 2 at the intersection of Venice and Robertson [...]

Free Health Insurance Workshop at La Ballona

Free Health Insurance Workshop at La Ballona

The La Ballona PTA is sponsoring "Getting Health Insurance for Your Family in 2014" - a free workshop that includes information about how the Affordable Care Act will impact your family and provides personalized enrollment assistance. The workshop, open to all CCUSD parents, will be held at 9 a.m. on Thursday, December 5 in the La Ballona Elementary School cafeteria at 10915 Washington [...]

Culver City Dem Club Endorses Armenta for 54th

Culver City Dem Club Endorses Armenta for 54th

At Wednesday night's general meeting, the Culver City Democratic Club held a candidates' forum and endorsement vote for the 54th Assembly District Special Election race to be held on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Candidate Chris Armenta won the club's endorsement after receiving 60% of the vote.  To volunteer for Chris' campaign, go to his web site at christopherarmenta.com/. If you need to find out your [...]

Tell Congress to Support Family Leave – Sign Here with MomsRising.Org

Tell Congress to Support Family Leave – Sign Here with MomsRising.Org

Only 11 percent of Americans have access to paid family leave through their employers.  Yes, the 20-year-old Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows some employees to take up to 12 weeks of job-protected (but unpaid) leave. But FMLA only covers about 60 percent of employees. Further, many people who are eligible to take FMLA can’t afford to take it, because it's unpaid. That's the bad [...]

CulverCityBus – Service to WLA College

CulverCityBus – Service to WLA College

Due to West LA College's re-institution of its winter and summer sessions, starting on January 6, 2014, Culver CityBus will: Resume service into the College during the winter session (beginning of January to beginning of February. Every year); and, Expand the existing summer session schedule (which will also be used for the winter session) to include a few bus trips from Monday through [...]

Music at SPF: architects – PROJECT Trio Nov. 21

Music at SPF: architects – PROJECT Trio Nov. 21

A free night of music and mingling featuring PROJECT Trio, the Brooklyn-based "high-octane" trio, is presented by Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) for college students on Thursday, November 21, 2013, 7:30 pm, at Gallery of SPF:architects in Culver City. PROJECT Trio, a chamber music ensemble comprised of Peter Seymour, Greg Pattillo and Eric Stephenson, three virtuosic composers/performers, [...]

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