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Bay Club closure has locals fit to be tied; transfers...

  Local patrons of Bay Club Howard Hughes Center are in an uproar over the fitness center’s decision to close shop on Aug. 31, due...

PLATFORM design is ‘future of retail developments’

  By Meredith Powers Visitors to PLATFORM have likely noticed changes at the mixed-use space on Washington Boulevard – and that’s on purpose. Frequent changes to the...

Taxes may be on horizon for short-term rentals

  By Jonathan Smith Culver City could soon be charging taxes on short-term rentals after the city council directed staff to seek negotiation contracts with rental...

Who cares about the market?

  By Ron Wynn For the many people not as fortunate or for those that were not able to financially plan out the next ten years...

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday; local drop-off at Kaiser...

  By Juliane Matignas Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles at 6041 Cadillac Ave., Los Angeles will serve as one of those drop-off locations, and the public...

Tightening up a sales contract to avoid ‘falling out’

  By Ron Wynn The biggest concern from an owner when selling is knowing that the sales contract is tight. A good real estate agent knows...

Westside Repair Café will have repair service on its mind

  The Westside Repair Café team has joined forces with Culver-Palms United Methodist Church to help run the next Earth Month edition of Repair Café! From 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, April...

Your IRA or 401(k) can become a tax-free gift for loved...

  By Cathy Hayes As a result, people who think they have $500,000 or $1 million stashed away for retirement will learn they have less than...

12 businesses achieve Sustainable Certification

  By Joe Susca The City of Culver City kicked off its new Sustainable Business Certification Program (Certification Program) this month, which was developed under guidelines established...

After 47 years in business, Rosa’s Shop bids farewell

March Madness will soon give way to March Sadness as Rosa’s Shop, one of Culver City’s longest-established businesses closes its doors for good within...