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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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“Art and Politics” – Wende Museum Curator to Launch Book

“Art and Politics” – Wende Museum Curator to Launch Book

Dr. Joes Segal is in charge of curating exhibitions that highlight selected items from the two million Cold War artifacts stored in Culver City’s Wende Museum, revealing the issues, daily lives and conflicts in that confrontational era that threatened to launch the world into atomic warfare following the Second World War. He has also found time to write a book about the history those two [...]

YMCA Offers Two New Health Programs Starting Next Week

YMCA Offers Two New Health Programs Starting Next Week

Two health programs at the Culver Palms YMCA start next week that can lead to improved health and well being. Starting Monday, June 27, from 5pm to 8pm, and continuing every Monday thereafter, Ben Gilliard, PTA, EMT DRX9000 Therapist from Evolution Wellness will administer free spinal assessments and 5-minute chair massages in the Front Lobby. The health of your spine affects the health of [...]

Antioch University Scholarship Drive Ends Today

Antioch University Scholarship Drive Ends Today

This is the last day of the campaign to support student scholarships! Our deepest thanks to the alumni, students, faculty/staff and friends who have contributed this week. Please join them - whether you can give $10 or $100 or $1,000, you'll be helping students who want an Antioch education. Located in Culver City at Corporate Pointe, Antioch University Los Angeles  traces its roots back to [...]

Dear Editor – PRCS Classes Benefit Children

Dear Editor – PRCS Classes Benefit Children

Dear Editor, In regard to your article about Parks and Recreation; the Sing, Dance and Play class that both of my daughters took with Susy Porter were indispensable first steps in their musical lives. Both of my girls are extremely musical, verbal, and outgoing, all direct results of those formative classes which they both started before age 1. Susy is a treasure to our community and her [...]

CCPD & CCFD “Happy Fourth of July …and ….”

CCPD & CCFD “Happy Fourth of July …and ….”

The Culver City Police and Fire Departments would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy 4th of July. With safety in mind, we would like to remind residents and visitors that the best way to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with family and friends is by attending the professional firework show at West Los Angeles College. If you’re planning on attending the show, please use [...]

Immigrant Stories Inspire Art

Immigrant Stories Inspire Art

When Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre premieres Night Market, it will serve as the culmination of nearly a year of ethnographic, behind-the-scenes work. With guidance from UCLA’s Labor Center, Duckler spent much of early 2016 filming interviews with the vendors and staff of Central Wholesale Market, the produce market that provides ingredients for many of LA’s hottest restaurants. The Market [...]

Jazz Bakery Offers Poncho Sanchez

Jazz Bakery Offers Poncho Sanchez

Legendary jazzman Poncho Sanchez will be at the Kirk Douglas Theater on June 25, 2016 at 8 pm, care of The Jazz Bakery. For more than three decades as both a leader and a sideman, conguero Poncho Sanchez has stirred up a fiery stew of straight ahead jazz, gritty soul music, and infectious melodies and rhythms from a variety of Latin American and South American sources. His influences are [...]

Hazardous Waste Drop Off  – June 25

Hazardous Waste Drop Off – June 25

It's time to clean the cupboards and the closets, and let go of those toxic chemicals that are not safe to store. On Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Sponsored jointly by the Sanitation Districts and the Department of Public Works, the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program gives Los Angeles County residents a legal and cost free way to dispose of unwanted household [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

When NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft buzzed by Pluto last year, it revealed tantalizing clues that the dwarf planet might have—or had at one time—a liquid ocean sloshing around under its icy crust. According to a new analysis led by Brown University, such an ocean likely still exists today. The study, which used a thermal evolution model for Pluto updated with data from New Horizons, [...]

Centennial Committee Steams Towards Opening Ceremonies

Centennial Committee Steams Towards Opening Ceremonies

Culver City Citizens will begin celebrating a “Century of Change” on September 24, 2016 as the opening ceremonies kick off a year of activities. The Culver City Centennial Celebrations Committee has been planning the anniversary party for more than a year and will shepherd the city through 24 approved, 7 pending and more expected events that have been planned, proposed and presented by local [...]

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