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Archive for May 12th, 2010

Tour de Culver City – May 15

Tour de Culver City – May 15

A community walk event, in partnership with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee and the Culver City Historical Society. Come and join your neighbors and friends for a guided walk thorough historical sites, and step into some portions of the proposed pedestrian network . Meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday , May 15 at the Lion Fountain at the Town Plaza. Remember to wear good walking shoes, hats and [...]

Dear Editor- To the Board of Education

Dear Editor- To the Board of Education

My name is Tania Fleischer. I am a pianist, I have a doctorate in music and have been teaching at the university level for 20 years. I know you care about Arts Education. I was thrilled that many of you ran for school board with a platform of advocacy for strong arts education knowing that it is vital to the intellectual and spiritual growth of human beings. But I also understand that, in facing [...]

El Rincon Spring Carnival – May 15

El Rincon Spring Carnival – May 15

El Rincon Spring Carnival will be at El Rincon Elementary Saturday, May 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., so come and join in the fun. Enjoy the games, the food, the rides, face painting, a silent auction, and all the friends and family as we spend a day celebrating El Rincon. *In-n-Out Burgers* Mobile Unit will be serving burgers from 11:30 – 2:00 We added an hour more to serve you…no long lines! [...]

Looking Forward- (Ted Travels) by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward- (Ted Travels) by Ted Bellamy

As you may have noticed, I've been on vacation. To be specific, I spent a week in New Orleans, visiting family and listening to music. Ah, the romance. The liveried driver stowed our bags and whisked us off to the airport in silence. We climbed the ramp to the plane, with the propeller turning lazily beside us, and sank into the thick, spacious seats. Oooops. That was in 1961. Seems [...]

National Police Week – Joining the Honor Roll

National Police Week – Joining the Honor Roll

Culver City Police Department, in honor of National Police Day designated by the President of the United States, National Police Week (5/9-5/15) honors officers throughout the country who have fallen in the line of duty. A contingent of officers from the Culver City Police Department will be flying to Washington D.C. to participate in the memorial ceremony recognizing the 116 officer who died [...]