Workshop Thursday

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City Hall is taking steps to develop a comprehensive plan that would lead to sustainable transit and mobility improvements around the rapidly changing Expo Line Station area. This area is known as the Transit Oriented Development District. To collect suggestions from multiple stakeholders about the Transit Oriented District, residents are invited to take part in a Visioning Study. The next … Read More

Fiesta La Ballona

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Fiesta La Ballona, Culver City’s Party in the Park, will be held at its traditional time, the final three-day weekend of August, Aug. 25-27, at its longtime home, Veterans Park. The half-century old event features carnival rides and games, live performances, 100 booths spotlighting local organizations as well as artisan wares and other vendors, a petting zoo and pony rides, … Read More

Trump Makes History

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Honoring Jewish tradition, President Trump places note in the Western Wall, which survives from the original Temple

President Trump today became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the holiest site where Jews are allowed to pray. Mr. Trump approached the wall, rested his hand on it in a moment of silent reflection and placed a note inside — as is traditional practice for worshippers. The president covered his head with a kippah, a … Read More

Breakthrough for Santa Monica

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Los Amigos Park

The city of Santa Monica continues to move toward water self-sufficiency, promoting water conservation, and reducing potable water use. On Tuesday, in the midst of National Public Works Week, Santa Monica officially will open the Los Amigos Park Stormwater Harvesting and Direct Use Demonstration Project. It is a collaboration with the Santa Monica-Malibu School District and the Metropolitan Water District. This project … Read More

Roger Ailes Dies

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Roger Ailes

Roger Ailes, one of the most influential media figures of the recent decades, died this morning at 77 years old, just 10 months after his stunning departure from Fox News. As former chairman and CEO, Mr. Ailes built Fox News into a juggernaut that commanded the cable news landscape. Since 2001, the conservative news network regularly squashed its competition, oftentimes … Read More

Yes, We Are Creative

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City Hall

One month after the  City Council received a presentation of the Creative Economy Report of Culver City, it is  available at Compiled by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, it quantifies the economic impact of creative industries in Culver City over the past decade. The Creative Economy Report of Culver City marks the first time this analysis has … Read More

Sister City Culture Day By Marla Wolkowitz

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Enjoy the sights, sounds and flavors of the Culver City Sister City Committee at a Centennial Celebration, Sunday, June 11, from 1 to 4, at the Vets Auditorium.. Paying tribute to the sister cities in Japan, Mexico, Canada, Korea and a new friendship city in Italy, the family- friendly cultural event will feature the booming El Marino Rainbow Taiko drummers, … Read More

Two Choices to Make

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Ms. Gonez

The most important election this year will take place on Tuesday when Los Angeles voters elect two members of the LAUSD School Board. It is critical that Nick Melvoin from District 4 and Kelly Gonez from District 6 prevail. Two-thirds of LAUSD students don’t meet math or English standards. More than half of our graduates don’t qualify for Cal State … Read More

Failing Those Who Served Us

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Three years after the 2014 Veterans Health Administration scandal erupted in headlines, outrage, investigations, and the resignation of then-secretary of veterans’ affairs Eric Shinseki, veterans still must contend with an agency that provides less than stellar service. A government report issued in February found that the VA’s shift to using more private-sector care for veterans has its own problems.  They … Read More

Speaking of Fake News

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@The Guss Report — Did a rogue Los Angeles deputy city attorney criminally misuse his authority to dupe a Los Angeles Times reporter into publishing an untrue article about a criminal charge he said he filed, but did not – one that he never intended to prosecute? That prosecutor, Eugene Hall, Jr., appears to have done this to intimidate and … Read More