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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

It’s hard to believe we’re almost halfway through 2015 - it seems like yesterday when the Los Angeles Modernism Show held court for three days in Culver City last April. It’s now the last full week of April and the Modernism Show makes it’s return to the 3Labs event center in the Hayden Tract area of Culver City starting this Friday April 24th and continuing through Sunday. 3Labs is an [...]

USVAA’s ‘Last Sunday’ Art & Poetry – April 26

USVAA’s ‘Last Sunday’ Art & Poetry – April 26

The Last Sunday, our extraordinarily successful Evening of Poetry and Art event is this Sunday night, April 26th from 7:15 to 9:30 pm at the USVAA Theater in Culver City. The Last Sunday (April 2015) features powerful readings by poets Deanna Barone and Bill Friday, Poet's Open Mic in an exquisite club-like atmosphere filled with amazing art by Roberto Carlos Zea (Veteran, USMC), Thomas Dang [...]

City Approves Centennial Logo

City Approves Centennial Logo

The Culver City Council approved the design of a logo for the Culver City Centennial. The logo was presented by Jim Clarke, president of the Culver City Centennial Celebration Committee, a non-profit organization created to help plan and coordinate activities during the City's Centennial year beginning September 20, 2016 and running through September 20, 2017, the official date of incorporation. [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Somewhere over the rainbow, there's a place where students are, literally and figuratively, running the show. Over the rainbow is not so far away, however, it's right here in Culver City. The idea that a thirteen-year-old can manage an entire Broadway production sounds like make-believe, but it is reality. As schools gear up to ensure that all students meet academic standards by putting [...]

Suspect in Custody – Assault w/a Deadly Weapon

Suspect in Custody – Assault w/a Deadly Weapon

On April 23, 2015 at approximately 0205 hours, Culver City Police Officers responded to the 11100 block of Washington Boulevard regarding a man with a gun and shots fired call. When officers arrived, they met with the uninjured victim and witnesses who provided information about the identity of the suspect and his possible location. The suspect was identified by name and description as [...]

Wizard of Oz This Weekend at CCMS

Wizard of Oz This Weekend at CCMS

Come and see one or more of four performances: Saturday, April 25th, at 3pm and 7:30pm, and Sunday, April 26th, at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are $10 per person, ages 5 and up, and will be sold at the Box Office from one hour prior to each show, on a first come, first served basis. All proceeds from ticket sales go directly to benefit enrichment programs for Culver City Middle School students. The [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Astronomers building an Earth-size virtual telescope capable of photographing the event horizon of the black hole at the center of our Milky Way have extended their instrument to the bottom of the Earth—the South Pole—thanks to recent efforts by a team led by Dan Marrone of the University of Arizona. Marrone, an assistant professor in the UA’s Department of Astronomy and Steward [...]

Just a Thought – Earth Day

Just a Thought – Earth Day

We can trace Earth Day back to Rachel Carson. Every now and then when I think that being a writer isn't much, I'm reminded of someone who truly changed the world by publishing a book. When I first heard the title "Silent Spring" I thought it was a novel; I imagined the title to be a metaphor - a clear rush of water running without a sound, as I had seen happen after an East Coast summer with [...]

Celebrate Earth Week with “No Waste” Spaghetti Dinner

Celebrate Earth Week with “No Waste” Spaghetti Dinner

How can you support the schools, enjoy a feast and help the planet, all at once? Farragut Elementary is offering a No Waste Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser on Friday, April 24th from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. This event is being hosted by Green5 and Ballona Creek Renaissance in honor of Earth Week. School clubs will demonstrate how easy it is to create a meal with no waste. [...]

Free CPR Classes Saturday April 25 @ Lindberg Park

Free CPR Classes Saturday April 25 @ Lindberg Park

Can you spare 15 minutes to learn how to save someone’s life? Since 88% of cardiac arrests occur at home, the life you save with CPR is likely to be someone you know and love. Bystander CPR (hands- only) provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest can up to triple a victim’s chance of survival, yet only 32% of cardiac arrest victims get CPR from a bystander. Lindberg Park 5401 Rhoda [...]

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