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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Head down to Media Park for the 10th edition of The Actors' Gang annual Free Shakespeare-in-the-Park series, Romeo and Juliet: The Pokémon GO! Edition. Based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and inspired by the characters of the fun app that has everyone playing this summer Pokémon Go, this 45 minute, multi-generational production opens Saturday, August 6 and runs every [...]

Air Bag Recall Seeks High Risk Cars

Air Bag Recall Seeks High Risk Cars

There's nothing like an old Honda, right? It turns out that a number of old Hondas are very dangerous to drive. Certain model-year 2001-2003 Honda and Acura vehicles show a far higher risk of ruptures during air bag deployment, prompting an urgent call from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to ensure that unrepaired vehicles in this population are found and fixed before they [...]

“West of Sunset” – One Book, One City for the Centennial

“West of Sunset” – One Book, One City for the Centennial

Are you a reader? Do you belong to a book club? Do you like reading for enjoyment? For information? Do you like discussing what you read? Do you just read for your own pleasure? Do you like hearing authors speak? No matter what category you fall into, the Culver City Friends of the Library invite you to join our One Book, One City reading project to help celebrate the Culver City [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers to Join with Public Bikes for Family Ride

Walk ‘n Rollers to Join with Public Bikes for Family Ride

Public Bike's Go PUBLIC Rides come to Culver City! Meet at Public Bikes in Santa Monica at 11 and ride the new Expo Path all the way to Culver City. There you will receive a free treat from the Helms Bakery Truck and our Kids Bike Skills Workshop! Plus, we'll have free t-shirts for the kids! Once you arrive at Helms Bakery, you’ll receive a FREE Helms Bakery cookie (for registered riders) [...]

Backpacks for Kids – Volunteers Needed for Food Drive

Backpacks for Kids – Volunteers Needed for Food Drive

 August will see another another food drive at Pavilions on Jefferson in Culver City on August 13th & 14th to get Backpacks for Kids ready for the new school year. Please see the shift times below. Volunteers will be passing out flyers and asking for food donations from patrons to pick up while they're shopping. If you haven't volunteered before, now is the moment. It is such an [...]

Abby Bergman Completes Catalina Channel Swim

Abby Bergman Completes Catalina Channel Swim

Abby Bergman has completed her 2o plus mile swim from Catalina Island to the Palos Verdes Peninsula in eleven hours and eleven minutes.  She began last night on Catalina at 11:30 pm and arrived this morning near the Terranea Resort. The Smith College student who grew up in Culver City has just embarked on a long distance swim career with this first adventure. The conditions were near-perfect; [...]

How to Start Your Neighborhood Watch – Aug. 9

How to Start Your Neighborhood Watch – Aug. 9

Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime, solve problems,and improve the quality of life in your area. In it you will get to know and work with your neighbors, and learn how to: Recognize and report crimes and suspicious activities Protect yourself, your family, and your property, [...]

Provisional Ballots – No Consistent Rules

Provisional Ballots – No Consistent Rules

Once reserved for emergency situations, provisional ballots were freely handed out across California on June 7 as a Los Angeles Times analysis finds they were used by more than one of every five primary voters who showed up at a polling place. But the wide use of provisional ballots has not been matched by any broad statewide oversight, with rules changing from one county to the next dictating [...]

Host Families Needed for High School Exchange Students

Host Families Needed for High School Exchange Students

Amount of direction signs with europeans countries names. ASSE International Student Exchange Programs (ASSE), in cooperation with your community high school, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries: Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few. ASSE students are enthusiastic and excited to experience American [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Fox Hills is getting active!! (Does it have anything to do with a proposal for some really big development in the area?…) The Fox Hills Neighborhood Association is meeting this Thursday, July 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the Garden Room at the Veterans’ Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Ave. to “Reimagine Fox Hills.” Light refreshments will be served. For those unable to attend, they’ll be [...]

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