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Archive for July, 2010

MdR Summer Symphony Plays the Russians

MdR Summer Symphony Plays the Russians

July 22 at 7 p.m. at Burton Chase Park, the musicians of the Culver City Symphony magically materialize in their summer setting- the next concert of the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony features the music of two 20th Century Russian composers with decidedly different styles: Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff. Both composers received wide acclaim early in their lives, wheres for Prokofiev his acclaim [...]

Gas Company Gives Scholarships to Local Graduates

Gas Company Gives Scholarships to Local Graduates

The Gas Company awarded college scholarships to 153 students this year. Pictured, left to right, are local scholarship recipients’ Roman Cortes, Animo Venice Charter High School, Sharon O'Rourke, Gas Company public affairs manager, and Melvin Orcino, Culver City High School. Cortes and Orcino each received $1,000 scholarships to help with college expenses. “The scholarships recognize the [...]

Wind In the Willows at Grace Church Opens Tonight

Wind In the Willows at Grace Church Opens Tonight

This weekend will see the opening of the Grace Children's production of "The Wind in the Willows", the rollicking musical based on the 1903  British classic by Kenneth Grahame. If you've been on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, you already know a bit about the circle of friends that fill the story. Admission is free, so come on Friday,  July 16 at 7:30 pm to enjoy this charming production. Donations are [...]

AVPA Has Tickets for Hollywood Bowl

AVPA Has Tickets for Hollywood Bowl

Enjoy a night of great music and support Arts Education in Culver City by attending a Hollywood Bowl Concert this summer! The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts Foundation has a limited number of tickets to four upcoming concerts at the Bowl starting with The Neville Bros, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and the preservation Hall Jazz Band on August 18. Other dates are August 26th for a night of [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Sky Treats for Your Summer Pleasure… July Sees Gathering of Five Bright Celestial Lights An array of five of the sky’s leading lights gather together over the western horizon on mid-July nights. Venus, the dazzling “evening star,” is sneaking past Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation of of Leo, the lion. Venus was well to the lower right of Regulus as July opened, but [...]

Activists Sue the State Over Education

Activists Sue the State Over Education

A coalition of advocacy groups representing thousands of parents and low-income students in California sued the state on Monday claiming that California is failing in its legal obligation to adequately and equitably fund its public schools, according to Gerry Shih at the Bay Citizen. The lawsuit, filed at the Alameda County Courthouse marks the second time in the past two months that [...]

Overtone Industries Creates New Lands

Overtone Industries Creates New Lands

"Songs and Dances of Imaginary Lands" is playing in an interesting venue; the abandoned car dealership on Washington near National. To say that it's a unique piece of theater is a vast understatement. This show is not your typical static audience/on-stage performance. The audience literally travels through time and space with the characters, going with them from scene to scene, either on a [...]

Culver City All Stars Participate in Subway Baseball DeSIGNS Tour by Henry J. Brandon

Culver City All Stars Participate in Subway Baseball DeSIGNS Tour by Henry J. Brandon

Culver City Little League’s All Star team completed it’s season on Friday, losing a four inning exhibition game to Santiago Little League of Orange County, but unlike most  teams final effort, they couldn’t be happier about their last Little League experience. Despite coming out on the short end of a 2-1 score, the game really was the under card in a day filled with moments that the [...]

Democratic Club Meets July 14

Democratic Club Meets July 14

If you are a member (or would like to be one) of the Culver City Democratic Club, come  to the meeting this Wednesday evening, July 14, at 7 p.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Building. Our featured speakers will be Culver City Mayor Chris Armenta and newly-elected Councilmember Jeff Cooper. They will speak about the state of the city and their plans and goals for Culver City's future. They will [...]

Summer Season Starts for Culver City Public Theater

Summer Season Starts for Culver City Public Theater

Culver City Public Theatre (CCPT) presents its 12th season of free theater in Carlson Park for families and theater fans of all ages! The season opens with the July 17 world premiere performance of "The True Story of Jack and the Beanstalk", written by long-standing CCPT member and current company president, Heidi Dotson. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Ms. Dotson has penned the [...]

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