Culver City Local Business
Local business in Culver City, CA
11 hrs ago | via Curbed
An unusual and bold small lot division in Culver City has started listing homes, each with long vertical ribbons of windows and floating staircases. The new subdivision contains five contemporary homes, and they're being listed one at a time. Comment?
Friday Feb 17 | via Culver City Times
The three Rs -- recitals, rainbows, and a rap -- that took place last Friday night may be less than traditional. But they still signified that a whole lot of education is going on in Culver City Unified School District -- an education delivered via theatre arts. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Culver City Times
In a fragmented home services industry riddled with unprofessionalism and inefficiencies, a brand emerging as an unquestioned category leader announced today plans to expand into Culver City. The expansion intends to transform the way Culver City residents care for their most treasured surfaces, both at home and at work. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Eater
With more and more restaurateurs and chefs looking to tweak the traditional sit-down restaurant business model to make for better margins amidst rising overhead costs, it's even more important to look around at the places that have been leading the charge and see how they've been faring. To that end, OpenTable checks back in with Phillip Frankland Lee at Scratch Bar in Encino to get a feeling for how his no-server dinner style is doing. Comment?
Monday Feb 13 | via Curbed
Ahhhhh, Valentine's Day! Are you laughing? Crying? Is your heat aflutter at the thought of it? Everyone's idea of Valentine's Day is different, and if you're scrambling to come up with ways on how to spend it, we've got 11 ideas, ranging from dancing to sad songs to strolling the Venice Canals. Most of these, in some way, show off the beauty of the city we love, and, many of them are free, because we totally support your efforts not to buy into the commercialization of love. Comment?
Friday Feb 10 | via Pacifica Tribune
A Los Angeles assemblyman introduced a bill on Jan. 31 blocking taxes on streaming video services in California until 2023. AB 252 would halt the so-called "Netflix tax" dozens of cities in Southern California and throughout the state have been contemplating over the last year. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via IndyMedia
Please come to the first organizing meeting for Our Revolution LA. The national organization is hoping that local affiliates will self organize acoss the country. Comment?
Friday Feb 3 | via The Daily Breeze
Author Jenn LeBlanc, of Los Angeles, shows four of five of her romance novels, “The Duke and The Baron”, “The Duke and The Domina”, “The Trouble with Grace”, “The Spare and The Heir”, and not shown sold out “The Rake and The Recluse”, at The Ripped Bodice a romantic bookstore in Culver City on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. She is currently working on her 6th romance novel to be release this fall. Comment?
Friday Feb 3 | via TheStreet.com
Kazuo Hirai quieted sale rumors this week surrounding its struggling TV and film business, which posted a nearly $1 billion write-down. Sony may have revealed a nearly $1 billion write-down on its film and TV studio this week, but executives have emphasized the operation is not for sale. Comment?
Friday Feb 3 | via The Daily Republic
The Napa Valley Wine Train has partnered with Napa Valley Vine Trail and members of the local arts community to create the first art district in Napa Valley, the Rail Arts District Napa. With an initial fund of $100,000, contributed by the wine train and vine trail, the Rail Arts District focused on improving the "Cross Town Commuter Path" in the heart of downtown Napa by adding a variety of murals, sculptures and landscaping. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 31 | via San Jose Mercury News
Elon Musk's SpaceX and Tesla may have revolutionized space travel and electric vehicle design and manufacturing, but experts say his latest lofty goal of increasing tunnel-building efficiency by at least 500 percent is absolutely ridiculous. The Hawthorne-based billionaire began digging a hole - technically, a vertical shaft - next to Space Exploration Technologies Corp. at Crenshaw Boulevard and 120th Street on Friday. Comment?
Aug 31, 2016 | via Press-Telegram
A Los Angeles assemblyman introduced a bill on Feb. 3 blocking taxes on streaming video services in California until 2023. AB 252 would halt the so-called “Netflix tax” dozens of cities in Southern California and throughout the state have been contemplating over the last year. Comment?
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