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Daniel Lee Announces 2018 Campaign for Culver City Council

Culver City resident Daniel Lee has announced his campaign for City Council in 2018. Lee is a local activist, volunteer mentor, and Culver City Committee Member who narrowly lost his first bid for the Culver City Council in 2016. Current City Council ...Read More »

Culver City Looks for ways to Improve Voter Turnout in Municipal Elections

With the average voter turnout for Culver City municipal elections at just 19.2 percent, the Culver City City Council is looking at consolidating municipal elections with California statewide elections. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, was interested to learn th...Read More »

Albert Vera Announces His 2018 Campaign for City Council

Albert Vera has announced his plans to run for a seat on the Culver City City Council in 2018. Vera’s father, also named Albert, served on the council for a total of 12 years and was supported by the community through good times and bad. Vera hopes to b...Read More »

Culver City Centaur Named as a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, was pleased to learn that Culver City High School Senior Eden Winslow was named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP) on September 13.   Winslow is now eligible to earn monetary awards that...Read More »

Help Needed with the Culver City Time Capsule

Officially, Culver City ended its Centennial Celebration during the closing ceremonies at its Birthday Party in the Park at Veteran’s Park, Incorporation Day at City Hall, and the Finale Centennial Ball at the Culver Hotel. Unofficially, the City is sti...Read More »

Architects for Animals Giving Shelter Event Coming to Culver City

Culver City will be hosting the annual Architects for Animals Giving Shelter event again this year on Thursday October 19. The event—which allows architecture and design firms to build one-of-a-kind outdoor cat shelters—is a one night fundraiser that ...Read More »

Skid Row Coffee offers Community Space with a Cup of Coffee

Martin Feinberg, Realtor, knows that the Culver City Real Estate area is a great place to live for many reasons, but it is especially so because of the people and businesses that makes up the Culver City community. One such business is Skid Row Coffee. ...Read More »

Auto Parkit brings Robotic Parking to Culver City

Martin Feinberg, Realtor, was excited to learn that Auto Parkit, a Southern California business, has recently constructed an automated garage in Culver City. The company builds fully automated car garages in order to make parking a vehicle easier and stre...Read More »

Everything you need for a fun Culver City Halloween

October is right around the corner and many in the Culver City Real Estate area are ready for some Halloween fun.  Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is passing on this list of the best Halloween and autumn festivities and events in the region. They include lots ...Read More »

Culver City’s Tesloop Offers Long Distance Ride-Sharing Using Renewable Energy

Culver City is well known for its connection to the entertainment industry. Many music, movie, and television studios make their home in the area. However, Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is always pleased when other start-ups and businesses can find success in...Read More »

Culver City Resident Sentenced for Espionage

The Culver City Real Estate area, like most great places to live and work, is not known for its problems with espionage.  That’s why it has come as shock to Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, and many residents, that a local engineer has been convic...Read More »

Culver City’s Zoic Studios Holds Hurricane Harvey Relief Drive

If you, like Martin Feinberg, Realtor, have been concerned about the growing devastation caused by hurricanes in the Southern United States and other Caribbean islands, a Culver City studio is providing a way to help. Zoic Studios is holding a drive to ai...Read More »

Culver Hotel to host Centennial Finale Vintage Masquerade this Saturday

On Saturday September 23rd the Culver Hotel will be hosting the Centennial Finale Vintage Masquerade. The black-tie affair will include dinner, dancing, and cocktails. There will also be live music. The party begins at 8 p.m. Maya Mallick, Culver Hotel...Read More »

Culver City Citizens Discuss Immigration at Latest City Council Meeting

At Culver City’s latest city council meeting, Council Member Meghan Sahl-Wells discussed the many different difficulties the United States is dealing with right now, from the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey to the President’s recent changes to...Read More »

Teaspressa and Primal Kitchen form Partnership in Culver City

Primal Kitchen has expanded and welcomed Teaspressa into its Culver City location. The Phoenix-based company is the creator of healthy alternatives to traditional coffee and its Signature Café will offer handcrafted drinks as well as grab-and-go beverage...Read More »

Culver City Centaur Alex Smith Agrees to play for Big Ten School

The Culver City Centaurs have another reason to be proud this season. Culver City High School Senior Alex Smith will become one of the few Centaurs to play for a Big Ten school. Smith recently signed an agreement to play for the University of Wisconsin Ba...Read More »

Culver City Looking for Party in the Park Volunteers for Saturday Celebration

Culver City’s Birthday Party in the Park is coming this Saturday and event organizers are looking for a little help. Specifically, Party in the Park volunteers are needed to help set up the Centennial Information Booth, assist the organizers, monitor p...Read More »

Culver City Remembers Victims of September 11 Terrorist Attacks

This coming Monday will be the 16th anniversary of the 2001 September 11 terrorist attacks on America. In remembrance of those attacks on the East Coast the City of Culver City will be hosting ceremonies throughout the city. Residents and visitors are inv...Read More »

Jukin Media Expands its Presence in Culver City

L.A. Biz reports that Jukin Media, the company behind popular viral Internet videos such as Chewbacca Mask Mom, is expanding its production space in Culver City. The new facility will be 14,000 square feet and will be built next to its current headquarter...Read More »

Culver City now Offers Reservations for Passport Application Services

Some of the things that make a community great are the amenities that it offers. Culver City is no exception. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, has always appreciated how the Culver City Real Estate area offers access to many important services. Now r...Read More »

Culver City offers Birthday Party in the Park to Celebrate Centennial

As Culver City’s yearlong Centennial Celebration winds to a close, Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, would like to remind everyone about some of the upcoming Centennial Closing Events. One such occasion is the Birthday Party in the Park happening on...Read More »

Culver City Mobility set to Receive Makeover in Preparation for Ivy Station

Construction on the new Ivy Station Complex on the Expo line will begin soon and Culver City is focusing on better ways to connect the station with the Downtown region. For the past six months the Culver City Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District V...Read More »

Culver City Sister City Committee Seeks Marathon Runners

The Culver City Sister City Committee—a non-profit international community organization—is looking for qualified runners to run in the 2018 Osaka/Kaizuka Senshu International City Marathon.   If you are a serious runner who can run a full marathon i...Read More »

The Achievable Health Center is one of Culver City’s best Resources

Culver City offers many different services and amenities that help the community, and Culver City Real Estate, stay in high demand. That is one of the reasons that Martin Feinberg, Realtor, has lived in Culver City for over 30 years. One such service is t...Read More »

Culver City Passes Leaf Blower Ban

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, was interested to learn that cleaning up after yard work, storms, and all the fallen leaves of autumn will be getting a little quieter, if not more difficult, for the community of Culver City.   At the July Culver C...Read More »

Culver City Sponsors Keep Centaurs Strong

It takes a lot of money for a school to run a good athletics program, and many schools rely on fundraising to help offset costs. Because of Culver City's relatively smaller size, it also relies on sponsors to help keep their athletic program competitive. ...Read More »

The Solar Eclipse is Coming and Culver City will see part of the Show

Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last few months, you should be aware by now that a solar eclipse is coming our way. It’s coming next Monday, in fact, on August 21, and it will be the first total solar eclipse any part of the United States has ...Read More »

Construction on new Ivy Station Complex to Begin Soon

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, is happy to learn that the $300 million Ivy Station Complex, one of the biggest transit-related projects in the L.A. area, will be beginning soon. The complex will have apartments, restaurants, an office building, and...Read More »

The Fiesta La Ballona is Happening in Culver City This August

Culver City’s annual “Party in the Park” is happening next week on August 25-27 at Veterans Park, and Fiesta La Ballona will be presenting three days of free live music and dancing as part of the celebration. The “Party in the Park” is produc...Read More »

DUI Checkpoints will be Happening in Culver City this August

The Culver City Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting DUI checkpoints at undisclosed locations within the Culver City area throughout August. There will also be special DUI Roving Saturation Patrols taking place as well. According to the U....Read More »

See Who’s Hiring in the Culver City Area

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, understands that sometimes finding good employment is a difficult thing. In this day and age, jobs can be hard to come by, but knowing where to look and who's hiring can help improve the odds. For that reason we a...Read More »

Students from Culver City Sister City in Japan Arrive for Visit

Eight middle school students, along with three chaperones, arrived in town on Wednesday from Culver City’s Sister City of Kaizuka Japan.   The students and adults will be here for a ten-day visit and tour of local schools and other Culver City sights....Read More »

New Maps Outlining Earthquake Fault Lines Could Cause Problems for Future Culver City Development

Two weeks ago California State Officials released new maps outlining earthquake fault lines under Culver City, and some things might not be looking good for certain Culver City property owners. Specifically, fault lines running under the Westside and ot...Read More »

Culver City Improves its Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) capabilities

Last week members of the Culver City City Council joined officials from the Transportation Department, along with Clean Energy representatives, to open a newly upgraded Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station. The station had been undergoing $1 milli...Read More »

Culver City Centaurs Continue to take Football Seriously this Summer

Youth sports are no small thing in this day and age. Playing sports for school, city, and private leagues is typically a year-round commitment, with kids either practicing, playing, or training all year long.   The stress is real but the payout is too, ...Read More »

Culver City Chamber of Commerce President Steven Rose Announces Retirement

Steven Rose , Culver City Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, announced his retirement during the chamber’s June Board of Directors meeting. Rose has been with the chamber since 1987 and plans on staying until his replacement can be found. During ...Read More »

Culver City Area Independence Day Celebrations

The Culver City Real Estate area offers easy access to dozens of fun Independence Day activities tomorrow and Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, hopes many will take advantage of the excitement! Here is a list of some of the area firework displays and...Read More »

Measure M set to impact Culver City Tax Rate on the First of July

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, would like to remind readers that on July 1, things will be getting a little more expensive for those living and shopping in Los Angeles County. That is the day when Measure M, which was approved by voters in November...Read More »

Big Daddy’s Antiques does Culver City Proud

Popular Culver City antique store Big Daddy's Antiques has been in business for 15 years and seems to just be hitting its stride. Their mix of vintage items with diverse design helps to bring in high-profile clients such as Bruno Mars, Harry Styles, and e...Read More »

Culver City Residents will see Refuse bills Increasing Beginning this Summer

Taking care of the environment has some amazing benefits. Unfortunately, sometimes it also has some drawbacks. Culver City residents and businesses will be experiencing one of the downfalls of some environmental programs as they see their refuse bills inc...Read More »

Culver City-based Company Net Effects Traders brings Cambodia Closer to California

Net Effects Traders, a company based in Culver City, is working to help empower women in Cambodia by selling fair-trade bags here in the United States. The company was founded four years ago by Ardice Farrow and provides both a product as well as an oppor...Read More »

Sovereign Health runs Afoul of the FBI in Culver City

The head of Sovereign Health, a company that provides mental health treatment and drug rehabilitation for adult patients, spoke out sharply against government raids on some of its facilities earlier in the week.  These included raids at Sovereign rehabil...Read More »

Extreme Heat Comes to Southern California

The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting extreme heat in the next week or so and Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, hopes that everyone takes the necessary precautions to stay safe while enjoying the summer temperatures. According to a N...Read More »

Culver City Volleyball Club to Offer Volleyball Camps this Summer

The Culver City Volleyball Club will be offering intermediate and high-performance summer volleyball camps for youth at the Culver City middle and high school gyms this summer. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is excited to see community members taking an intere...Read More »

Culver City Mayor Promises to Support Paris Climate Accord

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s announcement that America would be leaving the Paris Climate Accord, Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper has joined with 278 other mayors to pledge to uphold the climate agreement. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Rea...Read More »

Culver City Asking for Input on their Transit Oriented Development

As Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, knows, things are always changing around Culver City. Lately, some of those changes have been focused on the Expo Line Station area. In response to those modifications and their affect on the community, Culver City...Read More »

The Wende Museum of the Cold War Provides Discussion space for Community and Artists

The Wende Museum of the Cold War has been presenting a new series on how art and history shape our world since March entitled “Art—Past—Present.” Presentations by artists will be taking place this month. The Wende Museum is located at 5741 Buck...Read More »

Culver City Tackles Mansionization at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting

Tuesday at 7 p.m. the Culver City City Council will be considering whether or not to award a contract for studies on creating municipal standards for new home building codes. These codes would regulate mansionization in city neighborhoods and would likely...Read More »

Culver City Resident Gears up for the Great Cycle Challenge

The Great Cycle Challenge USA is taking place for the third time this June and Culver City resident Joel Falter plans on leading the pack again this year in both miles cycled and donations collected. The Great Cycle Challenge USA (GCC) is a nationwide ...Read More »

Culver City Enters Agreement to help Improve Issues with LAX Airport

Culver City has often had a love/hate relationship with its close proximity to LAX Airport. While there are benefits to being the airport’s neighbor, there have also been drawbacks, which Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, has experienced firsthand. ...Read More »

Latest Culver City Council Meeting Sees Disagreement over Centennial Celebration Funds

As most people should be aware by now, Culver City is excitedly celebrating its 100-year anniversary in 2017. Like everyone else, Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, has been enjoying all of the festivities. The City Council has especially made a concer...Read More »

The Culver City Patch Partners with the Red Cross to Improve Summer Safety

Most of us look forward to summer for a large part of the year and Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, is no exception. There is something magical about those summer months when the weather makes late nights, early mornings, and full days outside possib...Read More »

Smarter Water Town Hall Meeting held in Culver City in Response to Proposed Ocean Desalination Project

One of California’s most important natural resources is water. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, has been through two major droughts in the last 30 years and knows that water conservation and availability is an important issue for both the state as well as loca...Read More »

Ralphs Grocery Company Holds Hiring Event in Culver City

This Saturday, May 20th, Ralphs Grocery Company will be holding hiring events at locations all across southern California. The event will take place between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at over 50 different locales. For Culver City area residents and others inte...Read More »

The Grammy Museum Awards Culver City High School its Signature Schools Enterprise Award

For those parents and students interested in access to one of the best high school music programs, Culver City High School is the place to be. The GRAMMY Museum recently announced that Culver City High School has earned the GRAMMY Signature Schools Enterp...Read More »

L.A. Reid leaves Epic Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

One of the benefits of Culver City Real Estate is the community’s connection to the entertainment industry. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, has always appreciated the way the association benefits the area and its residents. Culver City is known as “The Hea...Read More »

Southern California Gas Company Bills in Question

If some Culver City residents found themselves questioning the accuracy of their Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) bills over the last couple of years, there might have been good reason.   State regulators are considering possible fines against...Read More »

Culver City gets new Mayor

May doesn’t only bring warmer weather to Culver City. It also brings changes to the Culver City Government. The Culver City Council’s annual reorganization occurred at the end of April, electing Jeffrey Cooper to serve as mayor and Thomas Small...Read More »

Culver City Celebrates International Compost Awareness Week with Free Giveaway

Next Monday is the start of International Compost Awareness Week and the Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Division, along with American Organics, is giving away free compost in celebration. The giveaway will take place thi...Read More »

Culver City’s Tito’s Tacos Wins Recognition

Culver City Real Estate offers access to many fun activities, including things to do and places to eat.   This year the area has the added distinction of being home to the 2017 Restaurant Neighbor Award recipient, Tito’s Tacos Mexican Restaurant. T...Read More »

Culver City Car Show Coming this May

Culver City’s yearlong Centennial Celebration is in full swing as it enters its fifth month, and this year’s Culver City Car Show will continue the celebration. The 14th annual Culver City Car Show will be held on Saturday May 13th—the day before Mo...Read More »

Danger Zone Dance Company Performs in Culver City

Culver City High School’s Danger Zone Dance Company is presenting its spring concert this week, entitled “Across the Universe: Without the Frost, We’re Outta Space.” The presentation will run from Thursday to Saturday at the Vets Auditorium at 7 p...Read More »

Culver City Schools earn Gold Ribbon Schools Award

The Culver City Middle School and High School got some good news this month when they learned that they were among the 275 schools being honored under the Gold Ribbon Schools Award program. The Gold Ribbon Schools Award replaced the California Distingu...Read More »

Culver City Residents Due Unclaimed Money Held by the State

Now that tax season is drawing to a close it’s time to make sure that you have received all of the county and state money that you have coming to you. Thousands of dollars in unclaimed money stays with the state each year.  This is usually due to inco...Read More »

The Real Estate Market in Los Angeles County is Booming

Things are looking up for the real estate market in Los Angeles County. The California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported an increase in real estate prices and sales last month. The median price of a single-family home in Los Angeles County in March ...Read More »

Culver City School District Student takes part in Make March Matter

Last month was Make March Matter (MMM) month at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. During the annual MMM drive the hospital partners with companies and organizations to help children battling cancer have unique experiences. The hospital also uses MMM proc...Read More »

Culver City Police Try to Reunite Residents with Stolen Goods

If you were the unfortunate victim of a burglary sometime between January 1 and August 17, 2016, the Culver City Police Department is hoping to reunite you with your stolen goods. Last summer a watch repair shop near downtown Los Angeles was raided by...Read More »

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month a Focus in Culver City

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Culver City Police Department is ramping up their focus on distracted drivers in an attempt to make roads safer. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, supports their efforts. Culver City Poli...Read More »

Culver City Contemplates the Creation of a Groundwater Sustainability Agency

Next Wednesday, April 12th, the Culver City Hall will be participating in a meeting with other communities to discuss the formation of a Groundwater Sustainability Agency.   The agency would serve the Santa Monica Groundwater Basin, which Culver City Re...Read More »

Culver City Affected by AT&T Software Glitch

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, understands how important communication is in today’s world. It helps us stay close to friends and family and also conduct business with greater efficiency. For thousands of people on Monday though, those benefits w...Read More »

Culver City Historical Society to Honor the Freeman Family this April

Fitting in with Culver City’s yearlong centennial celebration, this month the Culver City Historical Society will give a presentation on the Freeman Family, which has been a part of Culver City for 90 of its 100 years. Stu Freeman, a past president ...Read More »

The Help Group Holds its 7th Annual Special Needs Resource Fair on April 2nd

This Sunday April 2nd, The Help Group is holding its 7th annual Special Needs Resource Fair. The event takes place from 11 am to 3 pm at the Autism Center located at 13164 Burbank Blvd in Sherman Oaks. The Help Group was founded in 1975 and is the larg...Read More »

ITV Entertainment Casting Homeowners for new Reality Series

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, understands that there is a lot that goes into owning a home. Homeowners must be concerned not only with their own property but also with the other homes in their neighborhoods as well. Neighbors can be great allies, ...Read More »

Culver City Chamber of Commerce to Host the Centennial Mayor’s Luncheon in April

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, is excited to learn that the Culver City Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Centennial Mayor’s Luncheon on Tuesday April 18th.   Mayor Jim B. Clark will be speaking at the event, which will be held at the Dou...Read More »

Culver City Mathletes Represent at Annual Math Olympians Tournament

The Culver City Unified School District hosted the area’s fourth and fifth graders last Saturday at the 10th annual Los Angeles Countywide Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Math Olympiads Tournament. The Math Olympians—also know as Mathletes—converged on Lin ...Read More »

Culver City Centennial Exhibition on Ballona Creek to Show at the West Los Angels Art Gallery

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, is excited to see the many different community events happening this year in celebration of Culver City’s 100th birthday. In conjunction with this yearlong commemoration, The West Lost Angeles Art Gallery is showing...Read More »

Habitat for Humanity is coming to Culver City

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, understands that not everyone has the means to become a homeowner the traditional way. Buying Culver City Real Estate can be daunting, and like many areas in the United States, Culver City has not been able to build e...Read More »

Culver City Council to Consider Culver Crest Building Moratorium on March 20.

Torrential rains at the beginning of this year have some Culver City residents worried that further construction in their hillside neighborhoods could cause dangerous and destructive mudslides. Culver Crest neighborhood homeowners pleaded with the City...Read More »

Sony Set to Bring Lisbeth Salander Back to Life

Sony Pictures Entertainment, which is headquartered in Culver City and helps make Culver City Real Estate such an amazing place to find a home, announced it will be adapting another Lisbeth Salander novel for the big screen. “The Girl in the Spider’s ...Read More »

Culver City Unified School District Receives Recognition But Loses A Board Member

The Culver City Unified School District has had both good and bad news this last week. On Thursday, California State Superintendent Tom Torlakson was at Culver City High School to nominate the CCUSD as a Green Achiever District and as one of only three di...Read More »

Culver City Changes Dispatching Services

Culver City has joined the South Bay Regional Communications Center, also known as the Regional Communications Center or RCC, at the recommendation of the local Police and Fire departments. The move to the center is meant to improve public safety services...Read More »

Culver City Focuses on Traffic and Pedestrian Safety This Spring

This spring the Culver City Police Department will be reconfiguring photo enforcement cameras at 11 different intersections throughout the city in order to help deter red-light running and improve traffic flow and safety issues. Martin Feinberg, Realt...Read More »

Culver City High School Spring Season gets Going

High school sports are generally divided into four seasons: Fall, winter, spring, and summer. As one season fades into the past another is waiting in the wings, gearing up. This was evident at the Culver City athletic fields last Saturday as the sprin...Read More »

Early Voting This Weekend in Culver City

One of the things that make the United States of America great is the opportunity every person has to impact local and federal governments and laws through voting. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, would like to remind everyone that this weekend s...Read More »

Culver City Senior Citizens get a Chance to Pet-a-Pet Thanks to Local Girl Scouts

February 20th—President’s Day—was a little furrier than usual at the Culver City Senior Center thanks to Girl Scouts Melanie Marx and Hermela Amanuel. The girls, from Troop 1615, partnered with Michelson Found Animals Adopt and Shop to bring ado...Read More »

Culver City Symphony Orchestra Performs in March

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra is presenting its next concert on Sunday March 5th at 4:30PM. The presentation will take place at Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave., in Culver City. The performance is titled Finding Space and wi...Read More »

Culver City MOM’s Club Gives Generous Donation to Local Children

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, appreciates the sense of community that Culver City residents cultivate. There are many different clubs and organizations to choose from and each offers many benefits, both to its members and the area. MOM’s Clu...Read More »

Culver City Mulls Over an Amendment to its Current Plastics Ban

Culver City has always been invested in taking care of the environment and making sure the Culver City community is a good steward. This is one of the reasons that Culver City Real Estate is a popular place to look for a home and why Martin Feinberg, Real...Read More »

Walk with a Doc in Culver City

Walking is an excellent source of exercise, and Culver City Real Estate offers access to many different options for outdoor exercise and recreation. One such option is Walk with a Doc, a program that meets on the third Saturday of every month at 9 a.m...Read More »

Milk + Bookies Holds Annual Fundraiser in Culver City

Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, understands the power of local non-profits to make a big difference in people’s lives. Small means can bring about great things. This effect will be on display Saturday February 26th when local non-profit Milk +...Read More »

Recognition for Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts

Culver City has always had an excellent relationship with cinema and the performing arts. This is especially true when it comes to the Culver City School District, which offers its students many opportunities to develop their visual and performing art...Read More »

Culver City CERT Training

All Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trained Culver City residents (and those who work in Culver City) are invited to attend a “Skills Refresher” course this coming March.  Hands-on skills such as bandaging, splinting, back-boarding, fire...Read More »

Culver City High School gets a Library of the Future

People say that progress marches on, and that was especially true earlier this month for Culver City as the Culver City High School unveiled a new Digital Library Media Center. The new space--far different from traditional libraries with dusty shel...Read More »

Culver City High School Casino Night

The Culver City High School Booster Club is holding the 10th annual Casino Night on Saturday March 4th and Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, would like to encourage everyone to get their tickets early. The event will be held in the Vets Auditorium...Read More »

Culver City School District Crowns a New Spelling Bee Champion

Culver City Real Estate offers many amazing benefits, one of which is access to an excellent school district. That school district was on display this last week when the 12th annual School District Spelling Bee crowned Elisabeth Chu as the ultimate wi...Read More »

Culver City offers Sanctuary

Since the November election and January inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, citizens of California have been concerned about the new administration’s policies on immigration. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor ...Read More »

Front and Center Theatre Collaborative Serves the Culver City Community

There are many things that make Culver City Real Estate remarkable, but one of the most impressive is the availability of so much art and entertainment. This is especially true when it comes to the Culver City Unified School District’s Front and Cen...Read More »

February Volunteer Opportunities for Culver City

February is right around the corner and it is bringing plenty of volunteer opportunities with it for the Culver City area. Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is proud to work in a community that understands the value of working together for the greater good. ...Read More »

Culver City Woman’s Club Fundraises for Meals On Wheels

One of the things that makes Culver City Real Estate a wonderful place to look for a home are the many organizations that serve the local community. One such group, The Culver City Woman’s Club, is holding a Yard Sale this Friday and Saturday, Janua...Read More »

Property Tax Exemptions Available for Some Culver City Homeowners

Taxes are usually not an exciting topic, but as everyone who has had the privilege of dealing with Culver City Real Estate knows, they are inevitable. There is good news though for anyone who pays property taxes in Culver City—chances are they are payin...Read More »

Culver City School District gets a New Superintendent

Martin Feinberg, Realtor, has always been impressed with Culver City area schools. That is true again today, as the Governing Board of the Culver City Unified School District has selected Joshua Arnold, Ed. D., as the new District Superintendent.  Acco...Read More »

Culver City Celebrates its Founder and its Past

  When Harry H. Culver, Southern California real estate developer, announced his plans in 1913 for what would eventually become Culver City, no one could have guessed all that was to come. Since then, Culver City has grown to be an amazing pla...Read More »

Culver City to Consider Protected Bike Lanes

Culver City has always strived to be a more bicycle and pedestrian friendly community; because of this the City is considering constructing a protected bicycle lane along Washington Boulevard, from Wesley Street to Ince Boulevard. According to City Offici...Read More »

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrated in Culver City

The annual federal holiday celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. falls on January 16th this year.  In accordance and along with many other communities, Culver City-which Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is proud to serve-commemorated his legacy thi...Read More »

A New Therapist Comes to the Culver City Community

When a family grows, it’s always an exciting moment. This month the Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department will expand as it welcomes Valerie “Billie” Klayman, M. A., a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Martin Fein...Read More »

Cooler Campuses and a New Building are in the Future for Culver City Schools

As Culver City Real Estate knows, community investment in schools is an important sign of growth and good local priorities.   This week, those priorities were visible for all to see when Mike Reynolds, assistant superintendent for the Culver City Sc...Read More »

Culver City High Football Season Begins

On Friday, September 9, the Culver City High Centaurs will host their first home game of the 2016 season at Jerry Chabola Stadium, playing agains the Torrance High Tartars. As a long-time resident and Culver City Realtor, I look forward to supporting the...Read More »

Culver City Celebrates 100 years 


It's time for a Centennial celebration! Culver City's grand gala is honoring its 100-year anniversary in style. The celebration will take place on October 1, 2016, at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, with activities in the commissary, patio and gr...Read More »

Victory for Culver 16 Volleyball Club at Summer Soiree Tournament

The Culver Volleyball Club 16-Tanner defeats several teams to win the title at the 2016 Southern California Volleyball Association (SCVA) Summer Soiree tournament. The 16-yr. old girls’ champion volleyball team is coached by Tanner Siegal. "It was a ...Read More »

Don’t Miss the Annual 4th of July Fireworks Show at West LA College

Celebrate Independence Day safely and enjoy a professional and spectacular display of fireworks with your family. Beginning at dusk on July 4, the Culver City Exchange Club's 50th annual July 4 Fireworks Show will be held once again at West Los Angeles...Read More »

Culver City’s Annual Fiesta La Ballona Coming in Late August

Mark your calendars for the annual Fiesta La Ballona to be held in Veterans Park this year on August 26-28, 2016. This fun community event takes place every year in Culver City at Veterans Park (4117 Overland Avenue) and this year's event will have a...Read More »

Culver City Middle School Student Places 7th in Scripps National Spelling Bee

On May 26, Cooper Komatsu, tied for seventh place and advanced nine rounds at the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland. Cooper, an 8th grader at Culver City Middle School, competed against 284 spellers to begin ...Read More »

Culver City Police Dept. Endorses Marcus G. Tiggs

As many of you know, selling Culver City homes for sale and Culver City condos for sale is not my only job. In order to be a top Culver City Realtor, I must stay ‘in the know’ of all the happenings in and around Culver City. One group in particular...Read More »

Culver City’s Recognition Luncheon for Police

Have you ever wondered when our outstanding Police officers get recognition for their hard work and efforts to keep our community safe? Well, as your trusted Culver City Realtor I am pleased to inform my fellow residents that there will be a lunch held on...Read More »

Culver City Program Will Discuss the Death Penalty

Fellow Culver City residents who are interested in our justice system: there will be a very informative program provided to you locally. This particular program will be discussing the death penalty at the Culver- Palms United Methodist Church on April 17...Read More »

Culver City Kids will Cover Next Candidate Forum

For twenty-five years, Art Linkletter’s TV show captivated audiences as he interviewed children who hilariously gave their candid responses. I remember this show well and enjoyed watching it over the years. When it stopped airing, I wished that someone,...Read More »

Culver City’s Woman’s Club Spring Fundraiser was Successful

Casa Sanchez held a spring fundraiser recently, and from what I have heard, the fiesta themed event completely sold out. Those who attended the soiree enjoyed food and margaritas as well as a silent auction consisting of wonderful multiple items up for bi...Read More »

Local Culver City Subway Hero

We have a local hero here in town. His name is Adrian Kaczmarek, but he also goes by "Viking Guy". Well, now he can certainly add “Subway Hero” to his list of names as well. Being that I have been both a resident and trusted Culver City Realtor...Read More »

Long Time Culver City Resident Passes at 90

I am saddened to announce that a long time resident of Culver City, Julia G. Weiss Mullen Browner, passed away on March 5, 2016. She left behind 3 sons, a daughter, a sister and four grandchildren. Born in 1925, she was 4 of 8 children in her family. Juli...Read More »

Culver City Student Wins Spelling Bee for the Second Time

On March 13, Cooper Komatsu, a Culver City Middle School eighth-grader just won the Scripps L.A. County Regional Spelling Bee. Located at the Walter Reed Middle School, this will be Cooper’s second year in a row winning the competition.     Ther...Read More »

Culver City’s Harlow ‘Community’ Celebrates Opening

There is a new mixed-used community in Culver City that just opened. The Harlow, a six story structure that sleekly mixes both residential units and shopping boasts 131 premiere residences for those lucky enough to call it home. “The Shoppes” portion ...Read More »

Culver City’s Sit n’ Sleep Announces New Children’s Book

Sit n’ Sleep, one of California’s biggest mattress chains has now added a new facet to their business. Not only will Sit n’ Sleep continue to sell a plethora of mattresses, they will also now sell youth literature! Congrats to the retailer who is ab...Read More »

Culver City’s Dixon Library Opens Again After Renovation

Culver City’s Julian Dixon Library is now open after being closed to construction for almost a year. The renovations cost approximately 2.5 million dollars in total and the project just finished earlier this month. Luckily $210,000 was donated from Frie...Read More »

Culver City School Superintendent Moves On

Dave LaRose, the Culver City Unified School District’s Superintendent unexpectedly notified the Board of Education that he will be resigning from his position at the end of the year. This all took place last week during a closed board meeting. Although ...Read More »

The Culver City Girls Basketball Team Wins Championships 5 Years in a Row

The coaches of the Culver City girls basketball team have turned their players into league legends. It is all thanks to Julian Anderson, Tom Nakayama and Mark Kitabayashi that these Culver City female athletes have walked away champions, winning 49 of 50 ...Read More »

Culver City and Surrounding Areas “Neighbors helping Neighbors” through WPV

The WPV, formally known as “Westchester Playa Village” is now maintaining the same acronym, however they are adopting a new meaning to the same letters. The purpose of this, you ask? Well, it certainly describes their broad range of services a whole l...Read More »

What’s Happening in Culver City this February

As a Culver City Realtor, I spend most of my time working on Culver City Homes for sale and Culver City Condos for sale. It is important, however, to get out of the office and into the community. After all, there is more to be excited about other than Cul...Read More »

Culver City’s Jack in the Box Sold to….Well, Jack In The Box

One of the biggest real estate companies on the West Coast, Charles Dunn Company, just finalized an all-cash sale for Culver City’s infamous Jack in the Box located on Sepulveda Blvd. The retail space, consisting of 9,309 square feet, cost $2,125,000.00...Read More »

Culver City’s “Reach For Rainbows” Annual Fundraiser

Looking for a great cause to get involved with? Well, Culver City locals can help “Reach for Rainbows” at the yearly fundraiser put on by the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center. The group’s main fundraiser will be located at the Hilton's Double Tree Ho...Read More »

Culver City’s Official New Neighbor: Facebook

As most of you are well aware, Los Angeles is currently going through several significant changes that will shape the history of our city. Not only has the NFL announced it’s move to Inglewood with the Rams, the Expo Line reached completion, and now we ...Read More »

Culver City’s Coyote Sightings

The Culver City police department has started to track all the animals in the area due to a concerning amount of reported coyote sightings in Culver City. Officials of the city have posted warnings, letting residents of the community know what to do if th...Read More »

Culver City’s Bank Robbery Investigation Continues

Even though the Culver City police were able to quickly arrest the four suspects in the armed bank robbery last week, they are still running a further investigation to see if there could be any other suspects involved with the crime. The Lieutenant of ...Read More »

Culver City’s Casino Night

As a Culver City Realtor for nearly 30 years I tend keep myself pretty busy day in and day out. Once in a while, it’s nice to sit back and relax and take my mind off of Culver City Real Estate. When I am looking for a night of fun, however, there is one...Read More »

Culver City’s Expo Line into Santa Monica is Almost Ready

I have some exciting news that I have waited patiently to announce to you all. When it comes to Culver City Real Estate, I hope that you look to me, out of all the Culver City Realtors, as your expert and trusted advisor who has been in the business almos...Read More »

Culver City’s 11th Annual King Celebration

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said: "Everyone has the power of greatness. Not for fame, but for greatness, because greatness is determined by service.” This quote really spoke to me as I strive to be of the best service I can be, not only as your hel...Read More »

Culver City Council has 8 Potential Candidates

Eight residents of Culver City have finalized the steps in order to become the next candidates for the upcoming City Council election this April. The candidates: Joseph Stone, Scott Wyant, Daniel Lee, Jay Garacochea, Marcus Tiiggs, Goran Eriksson and Mega...Read More »

Culver City Mosque Gathers Christians and Muslims

Last year was a year that certainly opened our eyes to the brutality of Islamic extremists around the world. With such terrors that occurred both inside and outside our country, there has been a natural distance that many non-Muslims have taken towards th...Read More »

NFL and Culver City Property Values

As you trusted Culver City realtor who has an innate understanding of the Culver City Real Estate market, I am happy to inform my fellow neighbors as well as future residents that Los Angeles (particularly areas surrounding Culver City, Inglewood and Lade...Read More »

Culver City’s 2015 Year in Review

Happy New Year everyone. As your trusted Culver City Realtor, selling Culver City Real Estate, such as Culver City Homes and Culver City Condos since 1988, here are Culver City's major highlights of 2015. Wishing you all a wonderful 2016. January 2015:...Read More »

Mike Cohen, Mr. Culver City

What a pleasure it was to read the article in December’s Culver City Observer showering my friend Mike Cohen with praise and accolades.  Let me throw in a few of my own….  I first met Mike when he was a big shot for Culver City Parks and Rec.  He w...Read More »

Illegal Street Racing in Culver City

Not all news is good news and I certainly don’t like to hear when there is foul play going on within my community. As your trusted Culver City Realtor, selling Culver City Real Estate, such as Culver City Homes and Culver City Condos since 1988, I belie...Read More »

Culver City Figure Skater Advances to Nationals

When I hear a great story about a Culver City resident, clearly I am very eager to write about it. As a Culver City realtor selling Culver City condos and Culver City homes for decades, I like to inform my fellow neighbors and clients about how wonderful ...Read More »

Culver City’s Plan for the Homeless

There are many reasons why I love Culver City. As a Culver City realtor, selling Culver City Real Estate for decades, I am proud to live, work and sell in a community that has a strong focus on giving back. I just learned that Culver City’s top city...Read More »

Free Rain Barrels for Culver City Residents

Are you a Culver City resident? Are you currently in preparation for the upcoming storms that will be brought forth by El Nino? If you are getting ready or not…all my fellow neighbors should know that scientists have predicted this year’s El Nino will...Read More »

Culver City’s 2015 Thanksgiving Dinner Guide

Don’t feel like cooking this year? As your Culver City Realtor serving all your Culver City Real Estate needs, here is a quick guide on how to keep the Thanksgiving tradition alive without having use your oven or drive beyond the boarders of Culver City...Read More »

Culver City Dancers Preforming in ‘Nutcracker’

With five decades of performances under their belt, Westside Ballet of Santa Monica, is thrilled to announce that they are coming back with performances of the holiday favorite of many, “The Nutcracker.” Also included in the performance will be liv...Read More »

Culver City’s Thanksgiving Food Drive

House of Fitness, the premier personal training gym in Culver City, is pleased to announce that they will be hosting their first Thanksgiving Food Drive, on November 26th 2015.  As your Culver City Realtor serving all your Culver Real Estate needs, I urg...Read More »

Culver City Smoking Ban

I hate to be the bearer of bad news for those who still haven’t ‘kicked’ the habit of lighting-up, but as a Culver City Realtor, I feel it is my duty to inform my community: smoking of any sort is now illegal in multiple unit residences (apartments ...Read More »

Culver City ‘Fall-Favorite’ Restaurant Guide

As the weather starts to get a bit chilly, these are a few of my favorite spots in Culver City to catch up with an old friend or take the family out for a fun night: Surfas As a Culver City Realtor I have grown to adore unique experiences in Culver ...Read More »

Culver City and Air Traffic

Living near The Los Angeles International Airport, especially as a Culver City Realtor, has both its advantages and dis-advantages. It really got me thinking the other day: which side of the coin do my fellow neighbors, as well as myself, choose to fall o...Read More »

Culver City and El Nino

Whenever I hear the phrase “El Nino”, I am immediately launched back to 1997 as if I have entered a time machine. I remember that year as if it were yesterday. I vividly recall my children playing with their newest and coolest gadget, Nintendo, on our...Read More »

The Culver City School System

The Culver City school system is one of the best-kept secrets in Los Angeles. Independent as it’s own incorporated municipality, Culver City boasts its own small school district completely separate from LAUSD.  Recognized and ranked as some of the best...Read More »

The Culver City Community

Culver City, also known as the “Heart of the Screen Land” is a city in West Los Angeles that is admired for its historical roots in film and television production. Dating back to the 1900’s, this motion-picture mecca began booming when companies suc...Read More »