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City Will Be Conducting A 'Mobility Workshop' on Oct. 24

Dear Neighbor, Thank you for attending our first 11111 Jefferson community meeting on Aug. 29. Our team appreciates the hundreds of neighbors who came out to our first community meeting and those with whom we’ve met before and since. The feedback...

 

Allied Model Trains Building Sold

Tova Capital acquired the "Allied Model Trains" building, a 12,600 square foot retail structure in Culver City. The building is a scaled down replica of Los Angeles' famed Union Station with its...

 

Culver Exchange Club Honors American Heroes to Support Homeless Vets

Homeless among America’s military veterans is national shame. Nowhere is this problem more every present than on the streets of Los Angeles. On any night in L.A. – including Culver City - 8,000 veterans are rough sleeping – huddled under...

 

Food for the Hungry and Homeless

Paul Ehrlich has issued his weekly reminder for this Saturday, "Caring for the hungry and homeless." "Your generosity is so appreciated," Ehrlich tells his readers. "We are so grateful for the...

 

Former Culver City High School Student Kamryn Stone Laid to Rest

Kamryn Stone, who once attended Culver City High School, was laid to rest on Saturday, Sept. 28, two weeks after he was killed by an unknown assailant. The homegoing service for Stone, who shot and killed during an altercation in a Rose Bowl parking...

 

Council Discusses Proposals For 10858 Culver Blvd.

The City Council held a formal meeting Tuesday night at the senior center to review proposals to replace the building that formerly housed AMVETS, the community garden, the scout house and the paddle tennis courts. The city evicted AMVETS from their...

 

Service Planned for Dr. Sarah Carpenter

Services for Dr. Sarah Carpenter will be held on be on Sunday October 13. From 2-5 PM at the Robert Frost Auditorium located at 4401 Elenda Street in Culver City Dr. Carpenter passed away on August...

 

Culver City's new magnetic phenomenon called The Culver Steps

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The Culver Steps development is a gigantic mixed used project created by Hackman Capital Partners. The Culver Steps is 40,000 square feet of retail and 75,000 feet of...

 

One Man's Art. One Woman's Unexpected Path to Healing - DATE CORRECTION

The Men's Group of Temple Akiba of Culver City is hosting a showing of the documentary film, "Chasing Portraits." The film will be followed by a Q&A with the film maker, Elizabeth Rynecki. The event...

 

Culver City Founder's Day Picnic

Celebrating Culver City’s 102nd birthday the Culver City Historical Society will be holding a Founder’s Day picnic this Sunday Sept. 15 from noon until 3 p.m. in the picnic area at Veteran’s Memorial Parke. All are welcome. The fee for the...

 

Sony Imageworks McIlvain among those Killed on Dive Boat

Charles "Chuck" McIlvain, an employee of Sony Imageworks in Culver City was among the dead in Monday morning's tragic fire on the dive boat Conception which killed 34 people. McIlvain, a Santa Monica...

 

Culver City Residents Spot Military Aircraft over the City

In anticipation of a visit to the area by President Donald Trump, local residents have spotted 3 V-22 Osprey tilt rotor aircraft and 2 Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters flying over Culver City at...

 

Community Speaks Out Against Possible New Development

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The John Buck Company has an impressive portfolio of high-rise buildings and skyscrapers it has erected all over the country. Projects the company has invested in and...

 

Post Office Site Development to be Discussed

Known as the triangle, the John Buck Company and 3MR Capital are hosting a meeting at Temple Akiba next Thursday, Aug. 29 to receive community input on the proposed project at 11111 Jefferson Blvd. No plans have been sent to the city as of yet and...

 

Culver City Exchange Students Visit Sister City Iksan, Republic of Korea

Nine Culver City High School students and two chaperones, sponsored by the Culver City Sister City Committee (CCSCC), visited our sister city, Iksan, South Korea and surrounding areas from Saturday, July 27 to Wednesday, August 7, 2019. Culver City...

 

Freeze! City Council votes to put a cap on rent increase

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The Culver City Council voted 4-1 to enact an emergency ordinance that would freeze rent increase not to exceed four percent throughout the city. Following in the...

 

Meet and Greet Delegates from Canadian Sister City

A delegation of six people from Culver City’s Canadian sister city of Lethbridge, Alberta will arrive on Friday, August 23 for a four-day visit. The guests are coming to learn about and participate in Culver City life and they represent the busines...

 

EVICTED!

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The tug-o-war between the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum and the County of Los Angeles is officially over. Done. Wrapped up. Time to move on. For the past 13 ye...

 

Inglewood Oil Field dominates the conversation around Culver City

By Dennis J. Freeman City Editor The city of Culver City appears to be at a crossroads when it comes to what to about the Inglewood Oil Field (IOF). Opinion vary among the community on this issue....

 

Kombucha Demonstration Sunday

Join us Sunday, July 21st from 2 - 4 PM at the Greener Way House, Culver City. Deni Friese, a long time brewer will give a hands-on kombucha making demonstration. Bring your questions and enjoy free samples as you taste and learn! Not only are you...

 

West LA Food and Wine Fest Sunday

The event will be held this Sunday July 21st from 4pm until 7pm. The Festival returns to the Courtyard by Marriott LA Westside Ballroom, Patio, and back parking lot with an exciting blend of new and...

 

The Culver Steps finally hits completion mode

By Dennis J. Freeman Observer Reporter The Culver Steps broke ground in November of 2017. Today, the mix-use development, backed by Hackman Capital Partners, stands as a completed project that have...

 

Another Piece of Culver City History is GONE WITH THE WIND

Profiles in History announced the sale of the iconic grand entrance from Tara, The O'Hara Plantation in Gone With The Wind. It fetched $120,000. In addition, a collection of facade elements from Tara, sold for $42,000. On June 27th Joseph Maddalena...

 

Roland Cruz Named Chief Transportation Officer

The City of Culver City announced that Rolando Cruz will be the City's next Chief Transportation Officer. He is currently the Chief Operations Officer of Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus. Rolando began...

 

Where Fireworks Will Light Up the Sky

With the construction work at West LA College and the lack of a suitable location, the Culver City Fireworks Show that the Culver City Exchange Club has put on for many years had to be cancelled. Not...

 

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