Underneath a cloud cover that wouldn't seem to burn off this week, Patch dug into several hot button issues going on in the city. Since the July 12 City Council meeting where homeowners won a critical victory against West La College, Patch dug further into the issue as well as enjoyed many community events. In case you missed any news from this week, here is a recap:
The Downtown Business Association geared up for their block party, held every third Wednesday of the month.
Summer theatre has begun in Carlson Park.
The softball Junior All-Stars get eliminated from the Section 4 Tournament.
Raw Cane Super Juice attracts customers at the farmers market.
Steven Ehrlich talks about his efforts to win an LEED gold ranking for his design of a commercial building.
Culver City K-9 units help hunt for a killer in Beverly Hills.
, gave Patch his view on the construction at West Los Angeles College.
Donald Strauss talks about urban sustainability.
Patch compares the West Los Angeles College documents that are causing a ruckus amongst homeowners associations.
Charles Doff, a Culver City parent and father of four, remembers playing baseball in the summer heat.
Patch talked to John Nachbar, the new city manager.
Sadie Cerda, Culver City volunteer and award-winning humanitarian, works to make our city a little better.
At just under two weeks old, Bistro Laurent works out the kinks.
Dog lovers in Culver City can look forward to later nights at the Boneyard.
The Board of Education dreams about the future of the Natatorium.