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Archive for September, 2010

Boneyard is Closed Until Further Notice

Boneyard is Closed Until Further Notice

Due to a major water leak, the Culver City Dog Park, known as "The Boneyard" will be closed until further notice. The source of the leak is not  yet fixed, and a call to the Dept. of Public Works did not gather any other information. Public Works offered to investigate further and keep us posted, so check back for updates. As for the dogs, well, maybe just a walk around the block for now...

Linwood E. Howe Launches Bike & Walk to School Week

Linwood E. Howe Launches Bike & Walk to School Week

This Saturday, Lin Howe Elementary in downtown Culver City will host a free fix you bike day for children; Wednesday, Lin Howe will be joining schools from around the world to celebrate International Walk to School Day by walking from City Hall to school together with local politicians, city & school district staff; and October 4-8 the school will hold a week-long competition to see which [...]

Free Pedestrian Safety Workshop Focused on Older Adults

Free Pedestrian Safety Workshop Focused on Older Adults

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, through the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, has selected Sustainable Streets, a local nonprofit, to present four Pedestrian Safety Workshops over the next six months. The first workshop will be held at the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Ave., on Wednesday, Oct. 13,  from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.The [...]

Dear Editor – Jozelle Says Summer Series Should Stay in the Rhythm

Dear Editor – Jozelle Says Summer Series Should Stay in the Rhythm

Dear Friends, As a supporter of the Summer Music Festival since its inception, I respectfully disagree with the Cultural Affairs Commission’s recommendation that the programming be modified to draw a broader demographic, and that presenting fewer concerts in a Sunday afternoon setting would draw more people to downtown restaurants. Excuse me? Aren’t those babies and toddlers I see [...]

Sip For Our Schools- CCEF Wine Tasting Coming Up

Sip For Our Schools- CCEF Wine Tasting Coming Up

Join in an evening of fun, friendship and wine while supporting the Culver City Unified School District and Culver City Education Foundation. Saturday, October 2 from  5 p.m., hosted by SPF: a Gallery 8609 Washington Blvd. Donations are $40 per person, and reservations are suggested.Contact Chris Richardson, Administrator at 310/842-4220 Ext 4212 for credit card payments or Mail your payment [...]

Corinne Lightweaver – Artist and Survivor

Corinne Lightweaver – Artist and Survivor

Culver City resident Corinne Lightweaver is an artist, writer, and editor, and a two-time cancer survivor. A parent at El Marino, Corinne portrays her journey of healing from cancer in her art exhibit "Selected Works 2008–2010: Collage and Assemblage" at Premiere Oncology Foundation in Santa Monica through December 31. The exhibit and her book "In the Breast of Health: Healing from Cancer [...]

Bass to Breakfast with Culver Chamber

Bass to Breakfast with Culver Chamber

Karen Bass, Speaker Emeritus of the California Assembly, and our 47th Assembly member will be at breakfast with the Culver City Chamber of Commerce to  discuss state issues facing the legislature, business community and the state. Assemblymember Bass is completing her third term in the assembly and is a candidate for the 32nd Congressional District replacing retiring Diane Watson. The event [...]

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh Cold Tofu - Our Indian Summer came late this year, but it’s making up for it’s tardiness by hitting us with a wallop. Happily, both of our farmers markets are small enough that you can stock up on healthy groceries without being out in the heat too long. The Tuesday Main Street market offers iced coffee, aqua fresca (fresh fruit drinks), ice cold cider and pomegranate juice. For a [...]

Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Shopping Bags, Track Shoes….

Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Shopping Bags, Track Shoes….

So, you've been keeping up with all of it, and you think you are ready for the weekend. Take a deep breath -  you're going to donate to the yard sale at El Marino, clean the waterways with Heal the Bay, score some great reading at the Library Book Sale, prepare for Life After Oil at the Transition event, prep your audition piece for "Alice in Wonderland" with the Kentwood Players, make a list of [...]

Yard Sale Fundraiser for El Marino- Sept. 25

Yard Sale Fundraiser for El Marino- Sept. 25

There are two things that can make you feel great about a yard sale. First, you can clean some closets and get rid of those things you always meant to use - the coffee grinder, the backgammon board, the carpet sweeper- and pass them on to a good cause. Then, you can look around and see what tickles your fancy- the travel mug, the sun hat, the crystal candy dish - and contribute to a great [...]

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