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Cedillo, Bray-Ali spar in First District debate

LOS ANGELES — City Councilman Gil Cedillo and opponent Joe Bray-Ali sparred for an hour April 17 about who is best fit to represent the First District on the Los Angeles City Council over the next four years on issues of affordable housing, evictions and how to turn around drastically expensive rents in neighborhoods besieged…

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Uber celebrates reaching goals for service in L.A.

BOYLE HEIGHTS — Uber celebrated reaching its goal of 12,000 driver-partners in Los Angeles at the Puente Learning Center April 13 along with nonprofit partners and the Mayor’s Office Of Economic Opportunity. It also announced that it is expanding that goal by committing to 15,000 additional drivers in the next 12 months. Uber has changed…

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Garcetti calls city ‘undeniably strong’ in annual speech

LOS ANGELES — With a strong economy, high employment levels, a construction boom and returning industries, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said April 20 the state of the city is “undeniably strong” while also acknowledging the need to do more to help the city’s most vulnerable communities. Speaking from the City Hall council chamber, Garcetti…

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Supervisors give preliminary approval to 2017-18 budget

LOS ANGELES — The county Board of Supervisors initially approved a proposed $30 billion budget for Los Angeles County April 18, starting a process of public hearings and adjustments before it is finalized in June. “The emphasis is really on the safety net,” Supervisor Sheila Kuehl said. Kuehl pointed to a plan to hire 220…

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Norwalk buses to be fueled by rotting garbage

NORWALK — City officials need not worry about the higher cost of gasoline at the pump for their 34-vehicle fleet of fixed route buses. For the next five years they will run on a substance made from rotting garbage at landfills. The City Council April 18 contracted with Clean Energy Renewables, based in Newport Beach,…

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San Pedro High Softball Grabs Marine League Lead By Force

Knowing the magnitude of the game itself, San Pedro High softball decided to force the issue against visiting Banning of Wilmington by attacking on the base paths.…

Looking for a Great Massage in San Pedro?

Tips to Find the Best Massage Therapist in the South Bay

By Misa Zaker, D.C.

ArBest Torrance Massage Are you looking for a great massage in San Pedro, CA? Well, it’s no wonder. Massage therapy can help you feel better.

In fact, the Mayo Clinic reports that, “studies of the benefits of massage…

How to Find the Best San Pedro Chiropractor

Local South Bay chiropractor provides tips to help you find the best care possible.

By Misa Zaker, D.C.Spinal decompression therapy with Torrance chiropractor Misa Zaker, DC

Looking for the best Torrance chiropractor in your local area? Well there is a lot to consider. According to recent studies in the Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 34(5):274-89 ·…

 

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KPCC presents Unheard LA: The stories of where you live

Posted by Miyuki Miyagi on April 17, 2017 at 3:27pm 0 Comments

We asked for your stories, and you shared them – with honesty, generosity and spirit. Now, we at KPCC (89.3 FM) are pleased to present a series of live storytelling shows, featuring stories about L.A. told by the people who call it home.…

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CicLAvia Returning to Culver City on Sunday, March 26

Posted by Scupine on March 16, 2017 at 3:30am 0 Comments

On Sunday, March 26, you'll be able to ride your bike from downtown Culver City to the ocean with only 9 stops. CicLAvia is coming to Culver City. During these free CicLAvia events, whole streets are shut down to car traffic, encouraging bicyclists and pedestrians to explore the city and participate in a space that is normally dominated by automobiles. 

They are expecting some 20,000 riders, walkers, skateborders, etc., to roll and walk between Culver City and Venice. You should definitely plan to come out and join the fun!

Obviously, motor traffic moving north or south…

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No Construction Yet on the Culver City Expo Line Parking Lot

Posted by Scupine on March 16, 2017 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Weil, it's been more than a month now since they closed the Expo Line lot—which was plumb full every weekday as well as for sporting events at the Coliseum and for other special events such as the Women's March. And yet there's still no construction happening.

That's a month that faithful Expo train riders could have been using the lot. Surely someone knew that no construction was going to begin right away. Why did the lot have to be closed so early? 

LA Times Hypes Bäcoshop, Chef Josef Centeno's New Restaurant in Culver City

Posted by Scupine on March 9, 2017 at 6:00am 0 Comments

This week, the Los Angeles Times' Jenn Harris whet our appetite for Bäcoshop, the new restaurant in downtown Culver City.

Bäcoshop is the newest brainchild of chef Josef Centeno, who has already opened five hip restaurants in downtown Los Angeles: Orsa & Winston, Ledlow, PYT, Bar Ama, and Bäco Mercat. I can personally attest to the excellence of Bar Ama (Pork Bell Chicharrón and Mole Enchiladas: yes!), and no less an authority than Jonathan Gold named Bäco Mercat one of the 101 best restaurants in Los Angeles. So it's got bona fides.

Bäcoshop is described as a "fast casual" version of Centeno's food, highlighted by "bäcos": sandwiches made with his…

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Get Involved with Swing Left in Culver City

Posted by Scupine on March 8, 2017 at 6:30am 0 Comments

More than 70 Culver City residents met Sunday night at two different locations to discuss strategies for helping progressive candidates take back the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018. Local elected officials were among those in attendance.

The Culver City meetings were among 25 other meetings in the Los Angeles area organized by a new group called Swing Left. The group’s purpose is to help Americans who live in non-swing districts provide support to their fellow citizens living in swing districts, i.e. congressional districts in which the elected representative won by a relatively small margin.

Many of the Swing Left groups in Los Angeles, including the two Culver City groups, will focus their efforts on helping voters in the 25th Congressional District unseat their…

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AZAR LAWRENCE Qt. · Mimi Melnick’s Double M Jazz Salon Presents: @ MCLM · Su., Mar. 26th 2PM

Posted by DojO- on March 21, 2017 at 8:00am 1 Comment

"Master-trane disciple & current Guru; pure, soul spiritual, humble & respectful. 

 Miss -trane?   Image result for azar lawrence  Don't miss Azar!" -

 (Culver City, CA ---) On Sunday, March 26th at 2 p.m., The Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum, located at 4130 Overland Avenue in Culver City, will present another of the late Mimi…
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Discuss Culver City's Role in Immigration Enforcement with Chief Bixby, March 15

Posted by Scupine on March 1, 2017 at 6:00am 0 Comments

On behalf of Culver City's Chief of Police Scott Bixby, you are invited to attend the Culver City Police Department’s Community Forum to address questions/concerns related to the department’s role in immigration enforcement. The forum will be held at City Council Chambers on March 15th, at 6:00.

 
 
 

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Notes From Your City Historian: Spring 2017

Looking Back Culver City’s Centennial year presents a wonderful opportunity for nostalgic looks back into our rich history. The last big celebration was the 75th Anniversary. Coordinated by the office of Syd Kronenthal, director of Parks and Recreation, the city formed a steering committee. It included Paul Jacobs, chair, Charles McCain, vice-chair, Susan Berg, secretary, […]

April 19 General Meeting and Program

This month our program takes us on a trip from Latvia to Culver City where Stu Freeman, a local businessman and past president of the Culver City Historical Society, pays tribute to his grandparents and family. Molly and Louis Freeman opened Freeman’s Market in downtown Culver City in the 1920s. They serviced many country clubs, […]

Spring 2017 Message

Dear Members and Friends, Happy Spring! In an effort last spring to promote our historic photos umbrella, I tempted fate by scoffing at the El Niño that never materialized… Who’s laughing now? (But our umbrella is still the best and available at 25% off for these rains that will not end!) One of our great […]

January 18 General Meeting and Program

Our City Founder, Harry H. Culver Multipurpose Room, Veterans Memorial Building, 7PM   In celebration of our city founder, Harry H. Culver’s January 22, 1880, birthday, City Historian Julie Lugo Cerra will offer a look back into Culver’s dream city. Many of us remember the Culvers’ only child, Patricia, helping out at the annual fiestas, […]

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Sanctuary of Hope: Welcome Home TAY Youth!

Ever wonder what it is like for one of our youth to move into permanent housing?

Days before the New Year, we captured moments of Jazzy moving into her new apartment along with Los Angeles Councilman Curren Price of the 9th District, Deputy Mayor Brenda Shockley and…

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International Jazz Day Festival - A Free Concert in Vision Theatre parking lot, April 30th, 1-5PM

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