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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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LA County Arts Commission Town Hall for Cultural Equity – RSVP Here

LA County Arts Commission Town Hall for Cultural Equity – RSVP Here

The Los Angeles County Arts Commission, in concert with the City of Culver City will be hosting a Town Hall in Culver City for the Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative on June 18 from 10 to Noon at the Veterans Memorial Building. How has arts and culture been a part of your life? How do we make sure there is access for all? Attend a town hall and join the conversation on diversity, equity [...]

Local Scouts Honor Graves in Annual Memorial Day Ceremony

Local Scouts Honor Graves in Annual Memorial Day Ceremony

"It's a wonderful opportunity for us to teach our kids about the people who have gone before us, and show them respect. It's a beautiful ritual, and the field goes from being an open green lawn to being a forest of flags." Girl Scout Troop Leader JT Swanson, of Troop #5635 said that she loves to take her girls to the annual ceremony. It was an early morning on Saturday May 28 for many Culver [...]

Rachlin Partners Move High School into the 21st Century

Rachlin Partners Move High School into the 21st Century

Imagine a high school that is equipped with the latest technology, including environmentally advanced buildings powered by solar panels, strategically installed “QR” codes around campus, and classrooms that can transform at a moment’s notice. This 21st century high school is a reality for students at the newly transformed Santa Maria High School. Rachlin Partners in Culver City created all [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

It’s been announced by the Culver City Exchange Club that this year’s 4th of July Fireworks Show will be dedicated to the late Dick Brundo, Past President of the club, former city council member and mayor, and the show’s emphasis will be on all Veterans and Service personnel. Flags will be waving high at West LA College, for sure! Those crowds you see in and around Media Park this Sunday, [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

"What was your son's major," a friend asked? The question seemed so weird to me...I've spent thirteen years in education, which gets you used to phrasing such a question in future tense. The answer is "Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration." This is a degree only conferred by a CalState University, although similar majors do exist in other states. Like all degrees, what is it really [...]

AVPA to Celebrate 20 Years @ Java Gala

AVPA to Celebrate 20 Years @ Java Gala

The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, founded in 1996, is about to celebrate 20 years of creating art and changing lives. Java Gala VIII,  the annual year end performance is coming up on Saturday, June 4 at the The Kirk Douglas Theatre. This always amazing benefit performance for the AVPA Foundation will kick off a year-long tribute to one of the most unique arts [...]

Public Meeting on Culver Studios Development Scheduling June 8

Public Meeting on Culver Studios Development Scheduling June 8

The next meeting of the Planning Commission on Wednesday June 8 at City Hall will be the public meeting to review and to receive public input on the proposed development and construction at The Culver Studios. All members of the public are welcome to attend and participate in the public meeting. The Culver Studios already got the nod last November from the city to add in parking and more [...]

PTA Closes the Year with Lin Howe Hospitality

PTA Closes the Year with Lin Howe Hospitality

The annual 'in and out' meeting of the CCUSD PTA brought together the outgoing and incoming officers from all the district schools at the Lin Howe Campus on Thursday, May 26 at 7 pm. The school was sporting fresh murals and a new outdoor classroom, shining from a recent visit by Sony Studios volunteers who worked on the campus on their annual volunteer day in April. After a delicious dinner [...]

Step Up to Volunteer – Shoes for the Homeless

Step Up to Volunteer – Shoes for the Homeless

Make a difference! Come volunteer for one hour this Saturday! Shoes for the Homeless, Inc., a Culver City 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to help the homeless and those in need, is having a shoe processing on Saturday, May 28 from 2-3 pm. Meet at 4123 Jackson Ave, Culver City 90232. Students are eligible for community service hours too. Appropriate for ages 10 and up. Check Shoes for the [...]

Komatsu Ties for Seventh at Scripps National Spelling Bee

Komatsu Ties for Seventh at Scripps National Spelling Bee

Culver City has every reason to be proud, and Cooper Komatsu has every reason to be very pleased with himself. The 8th grader from CCMS made it the finals of the national spelling bee for the third year running. As many watched on ESPN Cooper Komatsu started his contest spelling cacomixl, "a catlike mammal found in southern North America, related to but smaller than a raccoon." He went on [...]

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