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Culver City

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  • Everyone loses with MTA's rate decision

    The bright young Westchester High School students I was talking to at Thursday's Metropolitan Transportation Authority meeting were being cheated. The elderly riders I met with were being cheated too. Everyone knew the ridiculously high rate hike...
  • Subdivision in Watts attracts attention

    It's an improbable place to find a home-building boom in the midst of Los Angeles' sluggish housing market. Yet only three blocks from the Imperial Courts public housing project, along a stretch of land once used as a neighborhood dump, 44 homes are...
  • Mark Ridley-Thomas works to connect with voters

    During a day of stop-and-go campaigning for the 2nd District seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, state Sen. Mark Ridley-Thomas paused for a little criticism from his campaign manager: You need to do more to toot your own horn. "You have...
  • Mayoral race is worth a debate

    If I could have had it my way, Rick Caruso would be running for mayor of Los Angeles. I don't know if he would have won, and I don't know if I would have voted for him. But I love a good fight, and Caruso is rich enough to have raised the small hairs on...
  • How to Be a Better Parent

    This is a list for anyone who is a parent, will be a parent in the near future, or is considering becoming a parent at all. My parents are wonderful people. They feed my brother and me good meals, they take us on fun vacations and they provide us with...
  • Ask and deport, family urges

    The attack on the Los Angeles Police Department's Special Order 40 -- which limits when officers can ask about the citizenship status of suspects -- has come largely but not exclusively from anti-illegal-immigration forces. But now the order has a new...
  • Neighborly advice: Culver Crest

    Culver Crest offers a genteel respite from the fast-food chains and freeway entrances along Overland Avenue. Birds sing from coral trees that hang lazily over the winding streets, and generous-size 1950s ranch homes catch ocean breezes and afford views...
  • Ground level

    | This is the first in an occasional series of walking tours that The Times' architecture critic will be taking with writers, artists, designers and others who see the L.A. cityscape in unusual or provocative ways. On an L.A. wavelength * To urban blogger...
  • With a little help from their friends

    ONE of the most surprising albums to emerge this year from the nooks and crannies of the Los Angeles music scene is largely the work of two guys you'd be surprised work together at all. "Dos," the debut from the Culver City Dub Collective, grew from a...
  • Art of the new

    Home Edition, Calendar Weekend, Page E-28 Calendar Desk 54 inches; 2635 words THE crowd for the opening at Lightbox gallery was pretty impressive, for what is still an emerging space in a new part of town. The reception for painter and collagist Stefan...
  • L.A. politicians push for perks for businesses

    To lure a Lowe's home improvement store to Pico Boulevard, the city of Los Angeles agreed to spend $14.3 million. To bring a Costco and a Best Buy to Pacoima, the city provided $18.7 million. And to attract a seven-story residential project to Chinatown,...
  • So many choices for dinner -- at farmers markets

    RUN DOWN the list of Southern California farmers markets and you can see the geographic diversity. What you might not see is the diversity of the markets themselves. Whether the farmers journey among markets or come to only one, many tailor what they...