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Week in Review: Trees, Square Miles and Fiestas

This week, the City Council discussed the state of the city's trees, Patch teamed up with USC and Fiesta La Ballona drew eager crowds.

This was a busy week for Culver City Patch and the community--with a City Council meeting, slugging up the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook stairs and a new partnership between Patch and USC, this reporter is a tad beat. 

Did you miss any news this week? Be sure to read on for a recap:


Check out five Culver City spots that are hard to top for fluffy muffins.

Last week, a motorcycle was stolen and someone took out their frustrations on a parking structure.

A suspect linked to two recent Culver City bank robberies is arrested and has preliminary hearing set for Sept. 3.  

Fungus worries and new plantings take center stage at Monday night's City Council meeting.


Using seasonal ingredients from Culver City's farmers market, Carmela Ice Cream and Sorbet kicks an average, preserved-packed dessert into an all-natural delight.


Libra, Culver City's latest addition, brings the South American flair of the churrascaria to downtown.

Riko, a Belgian Malinois, helps keep the town safe as one of three K-9 officers for the Culver City Police Department.


With school starting on Monday, many parents are wondering where the summer--and their kids' younger years--have gone.

Jose Rodriguez offers exceptional customer care and eco-friendly service at his car wash.


In the mood for the perfect doughnut to go with your coffee? Look no further than Friday's craving. 

Culver City residents hunting for free workout options can climb the mountain known to locals as "the steps."


Having a stable financial footing will make it possible to pursue new initiatives in Culver City, Councilman Scott Malsin says.

Beginners at the Culver Ice Arena have a blast learning proper skating techniques.

The three-day Fiesta La Ballona event beckoned Culver City residents with food, live entertainment and lots of fun activities. Be sure to watch our video if you missed this year's fiesta. 


Sunday marks the beginning of a collaboration between Culver City Patch and the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at USC, exploring how much news can really be found in only one Culver City mile. Be sure to vote on Wednesday for your favorite. 




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