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Mazda Sale Surge in February

Mazda North American Operations today reported total February sales of 28,166 vehicles, an increase of 8.3 percent compared to February 2021. Year-to-date sales totaled 49,245 vehicles; a decrease of...

 

Business Tax Deadline Monday

February 28 is the deadline businesses to file for the annual business license tax certificate. All associations, organizations, clubs, and societies which offer goods, materials, commodities, wares, merchandise, or services for sale to the public in...

 

Business Tax Deadline Loams

February 28 is the deadline businesses to file for the annual business license tax certificate. All associations, organizations, clubs, and societies which offer goods, materials, commodities, wares,...

 

Sustainability for Small Businesses: Why It Matters and How to Get Started

Collectively, humanity is using 70 percent more resources than the Earth can naturally renew each year. Living beyond our means, which is what we are doing, is inherently unsustainable: Pollution,...

 

Lyft Goes to the Dogs

Weiner: what if you ordered a Lyft and received a 27-foot hot dog? Kristen Zeis From the NY Post: The iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is hitting the street like a dog in heat across select...

 

Randy's Donuts Rolls Toward Opening

By David Ganezer Randy's Donuts getting a touch of paint Time to get excited people! Randy's donuts at 9th Street and Wilshire will be opening next week, the owners have announced. What makes Randy's...

 

Sony Pictures Closes $1.175 Billion Deal to Buy Crunchyroll Anime Service

Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. announced it has completed the $1.175 billion acquisition of the anime streaming service Crunchyroll. The deal, inked on August 10, provides the opportunity for...

 

Sears Drive In

By Alyssa Erdley We Drive-Ins has taken over the parking lot at the old Sears building and is turning it into a drive-in movie theater, dubbing it The Mark. The latest Hollywood movies will be project...

 

Forever 21 to Close Westfield Culver City Store

Following the bankruptcy earlier this week of Forever 21 stores, the chain announced that Westfield Culver City would be one of the 178 stores closed as part of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...

 

Vielmetter Gallery Pulls Out of Art District

Vielmetter Gallery has announced the relocation of their Culver City location to downtown Los Angeles from its current location in Culver City’s Art District. “With the opening of two additional exhibition spaces in our downtown location,...

 

Scopely to Expand Headquarters in Culver City

Scopely an interactive entertainment and mobile games company has signed a 60,000-square-foot office lease at Runyon Group's Platform next to the Expo line station in Culver City. CBRE's Jacob Bobek...

 

HBO Headquarters Coming to Culver City

The cable network giant will move its corporate headquarters in Santa Monica to the Ivy Station mixed-use development in Culver City when Ivy Station finishes construction in 2020. HBO will occupy...

 

Romance Rules at The Ripped Bodice

Dictionary definitions of romance include "a feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love," "a quality or feeling of mystery, excitement, and remoteness from everyday life," and "love,...

 

Charlotte Russe to Shutter Culver City Store

Clothing store chain Charlotte Russe filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday and announced plans to close 94 stores, including the Culver City Store located in the Westfield Culver City Mall. In a statement, the company noted it...

 

Vespertine in Hayden Tract Wins Top Steel Design Awards

Vespertine in Culver City was one of the thirteen winning projects and will be recognized at the 2019 NASCC: The Steel Conference, April 3-5 in St. Louis. Vespertine received the National Award for...

 
 By David W. Myers    News    October 4, 2018

Big Rush for Cannabis Retail Permits

Twenty-three applicants filed to obtain one of three coveted permits that Culver City officials will issue to open the first retail cannabis-selling storefronts within City boundaries. The deadline to...

 

Clarke Promotes Culver City As Industry Hub

Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke endorsed Culver City's potential at a panel discussion of issues impacting families of children with a developmental disability. The discussion focused on legal,...

 

New Owner for Frank Sinatra's Culver City Hangout

Dear John’s on Culver Blvd has a new owner, Ben Myron. He promises excitement ahead! The iconic sign will stay the same; Myron plans to keep the sign, now decades-old, as a tribute to the bar's history. Frank Sinatra loved the food. He convinced...

 

Retail Tsunami Growing

On the heels of Toys R Us closing all stores Aaron Brothers announced they would be closing all but three stores in Texas. Locally Aaron Bros. operates three stores on the Westside in Culver City,...

 

Amazon Studios to Occupy The Culver Steps

Hackman Capital Partners, LLC, a Los-Angeles-based real estate investment firm and long-time Culver City stakeholder, announced on Wednesday that Amazon will be occupying the entire 75,000-square-foot office portion of its new, mixed-use...

 

Sony Possible Sale?

Sending shivers through the Culver City community Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman Tony Vinciquerra said flatly last week that Sony's entertainment operation has reached a grow-or-sell crossroads....

 

Culver City-The Apple Of Their Eye

After HBO backed out of the move to Culver City Apple scooped up the space at 8777 Washington Boulevard which is slated to be in construction soon. Apple's new space will be comprised of 128,000...

 

Culver City Blogs Shuttered

Publisher Ari Noonan announced this week that he was “suspending” his Culver City Blog www.thefrontpage.com for an undisclosed period of time. He stated thefrontpageonline “is going on a hiatus of indeterminate length.” In his farewell...

 

Wende Museum Opens to the Public

It’s a fitting location for the Wende Museum: the former National Guard Armory. The Armory, built in 1949 has fallout shelters in anticipation of a nuclear attack on the United States. Fortunately the bomb hardened shelters were never needed. The...

 

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