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The Wave

Sale of St. Francis Medical Center approved

LYNWOOD — State Attorney General Kamala Harris approved the sale of six Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) hospitals Feb. 20, including St. Francis Medical Center here, to Prime Healthcare Services Inc., subject to a series of conditions. The proposed sale was the subject of intense debate, with opponents saying they feared Ontario-based Prime Healthcare…

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City manager says Norwalk economy is improving

NORWALK — Things are good and the city will work to keep it that way and improve communication with residents, said City Manager Mike Egan before 220 people at the annual state of the city address Feb. 20 at the Doubletree Hotel. “The economy is improving and businesses are doing well, as is this hotel,…

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Three area cities to hold council elections

The Los Angeles County Registrar’s Office in Norwalk will oversee City Council elections March 3 in three area cities, with five candidates in Cudahy, 11 in Bell and 10 on the Huntington Park ballot. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Bell candidates are Mayor Nestor Valencia, Council members Ali Saleh and…

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Puente Project helps prepare Cal High students for college

WHITTIER —For former California High School student Elba Solis and her family, graduating from high school and going to college was not a dream, but a plan embraced by the entire family. The more pertinent question for the 2008 graduate was how to get there successfully. “My parents always said to go to college, but…

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Huizar, Molina battle in 14th Council District

A year ago, City Councilman Jose Huizar was looking ahead to what seemed to be an easy campaign for re-election to his 14th Council District seat on the Los Angeles City Council. That changed, however, when then-county Supervisor Gloria Molina decided she wasn’t ready to retire from politics and wanted to return to the City…

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Culver City Bike Coalition

Holiday Pot Luck

Happy Holidays! Join us as we ring in the season with style, spreading the warmth of the holidays face-to-face and bike-to-bike! Come party with us as we rock and ROLL the holiday season! The party starts at Downtown Culver City’s Tree Lighting Ceremony … Continue reading

CCBC Hosts Creek Cleanup SIte

Saturday, is Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest one day volunteer event in the world! Join us along Ballona Creek as we host a work station and do our part to keep Ballona Creek clean. We’ll be at the Duquesne entrance on Ballona … Continue reading

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Echo Park Online

Swimming Improves Heart Health: Exercise For Any Age

Lewis Carter, 77, (right) and Jerome Smith, 71, (left) discovered a passion that boosted their health.

When Jerome Smith, 71, was in college, he admired the guys on the swim team.

 “They seemed to be the happiest and healthiest guys on campus,” he said. The team at his…

Local Artists organize an Echo Park Artist Market

A new venue for local artist to show their wares is premiering on Friday, January 30th at the MCAU Gallery, 220 Glendale Blvd from 6pm to 9pm. Besides the works of up and coming local artists (painters, ceramicists, jewelers, clothiers) there will be live music and food. This will be an on-going event, to give the public a chance to meet local artist and buy their works, as well as an opportunity to build community. For more details, and for artists interested in…

San Pedro News Pilot

Curmudgeon Corner - Teens Will Lose Out

My Thoughts for February 22, 2015

You’re going to love this one.  Yesterday this ole curmudgeon actually made a date with the wife to go to lunch together.  I was excited (she said yes), she was excited and off we went both babbling like it was our first date.  Wow!  When we got to the restaurant we decided to eat in the bar section; less noise and no crying kids.  I know that sounds a bit cold but after driving school bus and a hundred kids twice a day it feels relaxing to sit in a…

San Pedro High Girls Soccer Finishes Strong & Moves On

From the time San Pedro High girls soccer started their program in 1987, they would be a regular visitor in either the semifinals of the CIF-Los Angeles City Section Division I playoffs, or in the championship game itself, but it hasn't been that way…

ESL CLASSES, HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA CLASSES, GED CLASSES, READING CLASSES NOW OFFERED!

Hi EVERYONE!


 Hi, My name is Jason Hinojosa, with the San Pedro Adult school. I just wanted to let you know that we recently opened up a new school down the street, and we are now offering HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, GED, ESL, AND READING CLASSES.

 Here is the information:

Location: San Pedro Adult Learning Center

 Address: 940 W. Santa Cruz St. San Pedro, CA 90731

Time: 6:00pm to 8:45pm.

 

Please contact me if you have…

 

Blog Posts

Culver City Symphony Presents Works by Stravinsky, Schumann, Mozart This Saturday

Posted by Scupine on February 27, 2015 at 6:00am 0 Comments

This Saturday, February 28, at 8:00 pm, the Culver City Symphony will perform works by Mozart, Wieniawski, Stravinsky and Schumann at Veteran's Memorial Auditorium. 

The program will include: 

Mozart: Overture, "The Magic Flute" (1791)

Wieniawski: Violin Concerto, No. 2 (1870)

Kevin Miura, Violin (Miura Bio)

Stravinsky: "Pulcinella Suite" Excerpts (1920)

Schumann: Symphony No. 2 (1845-46)

Here's what the symphony has to say about the program:

"The music of Robert Schumann and Igor Stravinsky are stylistically worlds apart, but they do have things in common. Both were quick-witted Geminis, and both were in the vanguard of musical revolutions.

"For Schumann,…

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Culver City's A-Frame Returns to Los Angeles Magazine's "Where to Eat Now" List

Posted by Scupine on February 27, 2015 at 6:30am 0 Comments

Los Angeles Magazine's "Power-Ranking" of new L.A. restaurants serves as a guide to the hottest eateries in the city -- and its rare when a 5-year-old (!!) restaurant makes the last. But thanks to chef Roy Choi's decision to rethink the menu to emphasize the Hawaiian-ness that Choi says was always part of the menu's charm, that's exactly what happened to A-Frame.

Here's what the Los Angeles article had to say about the restaurant:

Inspired by recent trips to Hawaii, Roy Choi decided to flip the concept of his Culver City restaurant A-Frame. The menu now features classic island fare like spicy tuna poke, curry gravy loco moco, Spam musubi, and marinated…

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Turning Point Community Leadership Team Selected for International Youth Summit

Posted by Courtney Baker on February 20, 2015 at 11:25am 0 Comments



Turning Point School's Level 8 Community Leadership team, along with advisor Mr. Matt Kline, will be visiting Dana Point’s renowned Ocean Institute on February 27th, for an intensive three-day Plastic Ocean Pollution Solutions (POPS) Leadership Summit.

They will join 90 youth leaders from all over the U.S, as far afield as the Caribbean, India, and Africa. Each team won a place at the Summit based on their innovative ideas on how best to monitor and publicize ocean plastic trash, and also reduce this non-biodegradable waste.

The Algalita POPS Youth Summit offers students a chance to learn about current scientific research on plastic pollution, share their action projects with their peers, and work…

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Multiple Gallery Openings in the Culver City Art District This Saturday

Posted by Scupine on February 19, 2015 at 6:00am 0 Comments

If you've been waiting for the right time to spend a Saturday evening in the Culver City Art District, this weekend (February 21) is it. George Billis Gallery, Western Project, and Luis De Jesus Gallery are all having openings. And in my experience, that means there'll be a lot of activity at all the galleries on La Cienega and on Washington. Great art is likely and great people-watching is guaranteed. Openings are (always) free and open to the public and generally last from 6 to 8 pm. 

George Billis Gallery LA (at 2716 S. La Cienega Blvd) will feature works by Anne Seidman and Karen Woods. Here's an example of Seidman's work:…

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Culver City Architect Steve Ehrlich to Speak This Monday

Posted by Scupine on February 18, 2015 at 6:30am 0 Comments

Architectural writer Thomas Aujero Small will moderate a lively discussion with renowned architect and founding partner of Ehrlich Architects, Steven Ehrlich -- with an emphasis on how firm renovated Culver City's Kirk Douglas Theatre. The talk will take place at the Kirk Douglas Theatre on Monday, February 23 from 7 to 9 pm.

The discussion is part of Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation's "architectureTALKS" series, and the proceeds will benefit the technical enhancement of Veterans Memorial Building Auditorium, with the intent of increasing public performances and film screenings in that venue.

Ehrlich Architects has earned an international reputation for design excellence and was awarded the prestigious 2015 AIA Architecture Firm Award. Ehrlich will be joined by…

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Four Culver City Establishments Make Thrillist's List of the 24 Best Dive Bars in Los Angeles

Posted by Scupine on February 12, 2015 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Just go ahead and dub Culver City the Dive Bar Capital of the City. Evidence? When Thrillist assembled its look at the finest dive bars in Los Angeles, a full 16 percent of the bars were located in our fair burg. 

Scarlet Lady was called "The best dive for free homemade food," and the article added:

The Scarlet Lady tempts you with many of the usual trappings of a genuine dive bar: cheap and strong drinks, colorful clientele, unpolished karaoke, and well-worn pool tables. But where it really comes through strong is with regular appearances of homemade food (chili, hot dogs, nachos, breakfast burritos...), often times for free, or at least all you…

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"Love" Mural in Culver City Gets Overhaul Just in Time for Valentine's Day

Posted by Scupine on February 13, 2015 at 2:01pm 0 Comments

Artist Curtis Kulig has given his iconic "Love Wall" on Hayden Ave. in the Culver City a well-deserved make-over.

The above phone shows it's new look, and here's the "before" pic.

The mural is painted on the northwest corner of Smashbox Studios -- located at 8549 Higurera…

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Cooper Komatsu Heads to Scripps National Spelling Bee After Earning L.A. County Title

Posted by Geoff Maleman on February 10, 2015 at 6:00pm 1 Comment

Culver City Middle School student Cooper Komatsu, 12, a two-time winner of the Culver City Unified School District Spelling Bee is now taking his talents to the national level.

The road to the Scripps title is different from the CCUSD event, which is for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders, while the Scripps National Spelling Bee is open to those 15 and under and in eighth-grade or lower.

Cooper finished first in the Los Angeles County Scripps Regional Spelling Bee on February 8 at Walter Reed Middle School in North Hollywood and will represent the county at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, the nation's largest and longest running educational program. The competition is administered on a not-for-profit basis by Scripps in Cincinnati and each year, involves more than 11…

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Culver City High School Cheer Wins Big at National Cheerleading Championships

Posted by Geoff Maleman on February 9, 2015 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

On February 7 and 8, the Culver City High School Varsity Cheer team competed in the 2015 NHSF UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. The National High School Cheerleading Championship (NHSCC) is the most prestigious cheerleading championship in the country and is nationally televised on ESPN and ESPN2 to over 100 million homes and 32 countries nationwide each year.

Teams from every state enter regional competitions to qualify for a chance to compete at the national level. CCHS’s varsity team qualified in December 2014 to compete in two divisions as one of 13 Southern California high schools teams to attend the national championship.

On Saturday, 12 varsity members competed in the…

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO CCUSD PARENTS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT REGARDING MEASLES

Posted by Geoff Maleman on February 5, 2015 at 7:30am 2 Comments

Dear CCUSD Families,

As you may know, Southern California is currently experiencing a measles outbreak. Culver City Unified School District cares about the health and safety of our students, employees, parents and local community. As such, we feel compelled to share important information on the health risks associated with measles, and the measures that can be taken to prevent and treat it.

Though there have been no reported cases of measles among students or staff on any of our campuses, it is important for all of us to remain vigilant regarding the recent outbreak of measles in Southern California.

Measles is a highly contagious airborne respiratory disease caused by a virus. It is so contagious that if one person has it, 90% of the people around him or her will also become infected if they are not protected.

 

Signs and Symptoms: Measles signs and symptoms appear 10 to 14 days after exposure to the virus. The…

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Culver City Historical Society

Culver City, Where Hollywood Movies Are Made!

Notes From Your City Historian by Julie Lugo Cerra Harry H. Culver’s interest in the emerging movie industry paved the way for Culver City to host three major movie studios, smaller studios and support services. Moviemaking offered a source of employment and generated a significant part of the revenue stream for a balanced community. Many […]

Renown Historian Marc Wanamaker will reveal how Gone With the Wind Was Made

Marc Wanamaker will present a unique “behind-the-scenes” view on the making of the film Gone With The Wind, which marked its 75th anniversary in 2014, at the general meeting of the Culver City Historical Society, Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at 7:00pm in the Multi-Purpose Room in the Veterans Memorial Building at 4117 Overland Ave. From […]

Harry Culver’s 7 Rules of Success

by Harry Culver’s younger grandson, Chris Wilde Harry Culver’s dream that became Culver City is inspiring. Young Harry was not rich. But he had a plan. Many said it was risky starting a town in the middle of nowhere. But his idea became reality. Today, Culver City stands proud. As Harry Culver’s grandson, people ask […]

Winter 2015 Message

President’s Message by Michelle Bernardin, President Dear Members, I hope this note finds you and your family enjoying the wonderful delights and scents of the holidays. Your Historical Society had a busy 2014, and we continue to acquire more wonderful pieces of our city’s history, catalogue the beautiful costumes collection with the help of awesome […]

Rancho Park Online

Proposed Zoning Change Decreasing Property Values in our Neighborhood Could be Effective Mid-March

On February 12, 2015, the City of Los Angeles for the first time publicly issued a proposed interim control ordinance, prohibiting the issuance of building permits for home construction in our area for up to two years if certain restrictions are not followed.  These restrictions include removing the 20% bonus density so that homeowners will only be able to build up to 50% of their lot size, as well as counting mandatory covered parking, detached accessory buildings, porches, patios, and…

Nordstrom is Leaving the West Side Pavillion for Century City in 2017

The rumors are true.

Nordstrom announced yesterday that after 30 years in the area, they are leaving their anchor location at the West Side Pavillion…

Graduate Research: Walkability & Quality of Life Survey

Hello to the Rancho Park Online Community

Per the request of your Facebook and website coordinator, I'm posting this outreach in hopes of gathering feedback from your neighborhood.

My name is Elizabeth Bogumil and I am a Master’s student in Sociology at California State University Northridge.  As part of the requirements for my M.A. program and Thesis I am conducting research examining the relationships between community walkability, attachment to place, sense of community and…

Rancho Park's Toddle Tunes New Policy: Only Vaccinated Children Can Attend Classes

In what may be a first for a child-focused business, Rancho Park music school Toddle Tunes announced on Tuesday evening that unvaccinated children will no longer be permitted to attend classes, unless they have a medical reason for not being vaccinated. Calling the health and safety of students, infants and pregnant mothers their number one priority, the company posted the following statement on their Facebook page:…

2015 West Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Business Directory & Community Guide Available Online - Features Rancho Park and Rancho Park Online

Celebrating 70 years of service, the West LA Chamber of Commerce has released their 2015 Business Directory and Community Guide.

Thepublication, available in hard copy and …

Leimert Park Beat

Crenshaw/LAX construction update includes flurry of activities

Construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Line entered February with a flurry of activities involving tree removal, closure of a parking lot, soil boring, vibration testing, utility relocation, concrete recycling and more excavation at a variety of locations.

Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC) is now in the process of clearing away trees previously identified and…

Young Voices at CAAM--High School Symposium: Vote for your life!

100 high school students will spend the day at CAAM- touring the exhibits, making connections and discussing how the power to vote is integral to the maintenance of our civil liberties. For more information contact ewoodson@caamuseum.org.

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