Bring us your swim and fitness goals! We are a swimming club with a lane for every level of adult swimmer, beginner, novice and Olympian offering over 80 weekly workouts in ten of the best pools around LA County and an eleventh in the Pacific Ocean. You will find an experienced coached organized workout morning, noon and night seven days a week along with clinics, private instruction and participation in local, regional, and national competitions: pool and ocean. You are welcome to try a swim! And get a video you.
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Close to Culver City and Sony officials made their way to the Sony lot early Monday morning for the official unveiling of 'Rainbow,' the new public art installation just beyond the Madison Street Gate entrance. Artist Tony Tasset conceived the gigantic, colorful piece that soars above the lot, almost two years ago. Inspired by The Wizard of Oz , Tasset told Patch the 94ft high steel and aluminum arc that spans feet across was designed to embody the "great metaphor of light and magic of the movies. I also wanted to make something that everyone understands from kids to adults," he said. Construction crews worked throughout the weekend to erect the massive sculpture, which reflects the multi-colored arc onto the Thalberg Building windows.