Tuesday, May 21, 2013
New York blog network Tumblr has opened an office in Culver City.
The Wende Museum's archive of 100,000 artifacts and artworks from the Cold War era--the largest and most diverse collection of its kind in the world--will open summer 2014 in a new permanent home at the former National Guard Armory building in Culver City, California.
Musical electronics retailer Beats by Dr. Dre will move its headquarters from a plush office park in Santa Monica to gritty-looking former warehouses in Culver City.
Copenhagen Pastry opened its doors on Saturday, serving traditional weinbrod like braided water kringle, spandauer, almond rings, and rugbrod.
It's trims and shaves in the front, party with specialty cocktails and beer in the back of the shop, which aims to be a community hangout.
In the shadow of a towering steel and aluminum rainbow, an old movie town is evolving into a bona fide art hub.
The studio is using new technology to create interactive programming it hopes will 'pick up where Hollywood is dropping the ball.'
It’s also a love letter of sorts to Culver City, which plays a starring role in the movie.
Maker Studios in Culver City is the closest thing the world has to a viral video factory.
What's cooler than being cool? (Ice cold) Coolhaus sandwiches!
Follow chef Sang Yoon right next door to Lukshon, his new Southeast Asian eatery in Culver City.
Sang Yoon, the don of Father's Office, is opening Lukshon in the Helms Bakery complex in Culver City.
LA firm wins commission for UAE Parliament, beating internationally renowned firms
A major renovation of the Westfield Culver City mall that added floor space and upscale stores and replaced the venerable food court with a "dining terrace" has been a financial boon.
ABSTRACT: THE SKY LINE about Eric Owen Moss and Culver City. Eric Owen Moss, who is sixty-seven and has been practicing in Los Angeles since 1973.
GlobeSt.com has learned that Sony Pictures Entertainment has signed a new lease extension that will keep the studio in the Sony Pictures Plaza building through 2016.
Leo Bunnin, who owns General Motors dealerships in Oxnard, Ventura and Simi Valley, said Thursday he secured a Chevrolet dealership in Culver City, his first store outside Ventura County.
Founder Apinya Pokachaiyapat incorporates daily movement classes; a full-service spa; calming healing treatments; and an organic, macrobiotic cafe into her serene new space.
One of L.A.’s newest retail meccas goes mall out with a series of eye-grabbing art installations.
Delicate handling of pani puri leads to some tasty rewards at Samosa House East in Culver City.
Opened by lifelong friends Joey Tate and Santi Boonleerawath, Celadon celebrates simplicity and consistency with attention to detail.
Sony announced that it will open the “Sony 3D Technology Center,” located at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California, to train and nurture a community of experts in the rapidly growing market of 3D entertainment.
Thanks to two hardworking French expats for bringing us a brasserie that celebrates typical French cuisine.
Even as state funding wilts, support for school gardens is growing.
Walking in Culver City the other day we got to admiring, as we often do, the Culver Hotel.
Downtown Culver City has developed into a cultural epicenter for L.A.'s booming art scene, making it a prime destination for unique holiday gift buying.
Pluots. Peacharines. Broccoflowers. The farmers market has produced some funky combos. But none so tasty as new brek and lunch spot The Wood.
The new KBBQ restaurant and lounge takes a more modern, less Rescue Me approach to traditional Korean cuisine.
Inspired by Tokyo’s trendy maid cafes, Royal/T offers eats like baked eggs with salmon, asparagus, and creme fraiche for breakfast and curry rice with chicken for lunch.
The past five years have seen an explosion of shops, restaurants, and galleries.
ReDiscover wants your surplus materials. Housed in a sunny warehouse behind Smart Space in Culver City, the nonprofit community resource center recycles your old stuff into educational tools for kids.
At a time when many furniture retailers are closing stores or going out of business, Minneapolis-based Room & Board has leased 40,000 sf of retail space for a new store at the Plaza at Culver Studios at 9300 Culver Blvd.
Factories, oil derricks and houses were sprouting all over Southern California in 1913 when Harry H. Culver outlined his plan for a city midway between Los Angeles and Abbot Kinney's seaside resort.
Working rich colors and smart, cozy design, the old Syngery Cafe transformed into a warm, welcoming space that’s part bar, part resto-lounge, and part intimate venue for live blues and jazz.
Have you ever thought about making a new mark in the coin laundry world? What about combining several business ventures under one roof? About 15 years ago, while part of the corporate business world, Marion Illies had a similar idea.
All in all I visited 15 acclaimed, ambitious, promising or intriguing new restaurants from coast to coast, excluding New York City, in late January and early February.
We heard chef Akasha Richmond liked to go all the way. And once we got a load of her new ecofriendly restaurant and bakery in Culver City, we knew the rumors were true.
Unearth distinctive items for your home in L.A.'s new cultural destination.
Seven hot picks in Culver City.
Once a nowheresville between Beverly Hills and Venice, the backyard of MGM Studios has blossomed into L.A.'s newest design destination.
How a previously industrial area in Culver City morphed into the latest gallery hotspot.
The power of art districts to revitalize downtrodden urban quarters has been proven time and again. Here’s a look at some of California’s newest art districts, what effect they’re having on cities, and how architects and urban planners have helped them emerge.
Culver City is featured in the news once again this time being featured in the travel section of the New York Post. The article highlights two of downtown Culver City’s hot spots, the wine bars Bottle Rock and newly opened Vinum Populi. "Culver is the new Melrose and Robertson" (Nino Chaddah, the sommelier of Bottle Rock)
Culver City makes itself known to the Big Apple as the NY Times features the city in it's Travel section. Highlights of the article include how the city as it has been revamped to be an artist and culinary hotspot. Over a dozen art galleries have opened in the last 2 years, along with a dozen restaurants and another half dozen restaurants to open this year.
Not since Helms shut down in 1969 has Culver City been known for anything to do with food. But now, when restaurant openings in greater Los Angeles (except in Hollywood) have slowed to a trickle, Culver City is the site of a burgeoning food scene.
Getting a wireless network going in a home or business is easy these days, but unwiring a busy city is a trickier proposition. When officials in Culver City, California, decided to do just that—install an always-on, free Wi-Fi network for public use—they quickly realized that problems loomed large. But so did the payoff.
Culver City has suddenly found itself thrust onto the scene as an art district in the making.