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Archive for January, 2011

“Same Difference” – Storytime at the Library Feb. 1

“Same Difference” – Storytime at the Library Feb. 1

Join Culver City resident and author C.G. Rawles for the February storytime, Feb. 1,  7 p.m. Cousins Lisa and Lida enjoy being two peas in a pod. But they realize in some ways they are poles apart. Find out how the girls unravel the mystery of what makes them beautiful. Fun arts and crafts project following storytime. Free Admission! Culver City Julian Dixon Library 4975 Overland [...]

CCUSD – Feb. 3 Focus on Our Beautiful Latin Heritage

CCUSD – Feb. 3 Focus on Our Beautiful Latin Heritage

At 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 3, the English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) will host guest speaker at Dr. William Perez, Ph.D. Perez will speak at Robert Frost Auditorium as part of a series of events aimed at the District's Latino families and presented in in Spanish with an English translator. While many of the aspects of the beautiful Latin culture are celebrated throughout the year, [...]

Save the Date – Garden Project Starts Feb. 16

Save the Date – Garden Project Starts Feb. 16

In conjunction with GrowingGreat, a non-profit organization with a comprehensive school garden and nutrition education program, the Culver City Education Foundation launched a pilot nutrition program at El Rincon Elementary School three years ago. Last fall, with the support of the Downtown Business Association, this program was expanded to Farragut and El Marino Elementaries. Students in [...]

CCUSD District Spelling Bee Tonight – Jan 31

CCUSD District Spelling Bee Tonight – Jan 31

Get ready to dust off those dictionaries because 24 of the best and brightest students in the Culver City Unified School District are getting ready to S-P-E-L-L their way to the top! This evening, Jan. 31, four students from each of the district's five elementary schools and Culver City Middle School will compete in CCUSD's district-wide spelling bee at Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda [...]

Dear Editor – LAX Advisory Committee

Dear Editor – LAX Advisory Committee

Recently, the Culver City government announced two openings for Culver City residents on the LAX Area Advisory Committee. For most people in Culver City, these appointments are not of much interest, and are likely to pass by without much notice. The committee is actually considered under the purview of the city of Los Angeles, and is focused on a location not within Culver City boundaries. [...]

Jaffe Addresses the School Community

Jaffe Addresses the School Community

Dear CCUSD Community: Once again the Culver City Unified School District educational community is facing fiscal uncertainty as we wait for the California legislature to pass a budget, to see if tax incentives will be extended, and to find out the results of the redevelopment agency being disbanded. For CCUSD, all of these issues will affect our students, our schools, and our community. We will [...]

Homes with Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

Homes with Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

There is a tendency in Southern California to assume more earthquakes happen in the fall and winter -- particularly if the weather is cool and wet followed by a hot dry spell. It’s not uncommon to hear someone say “this is typical earthquake weather.” According to the United States Geological Survey, however, “earthquake weather” is a myth. Earthquakes are caused by tectonic [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA’s Stardust-NExT spacecraft is nearing a celestial date with comet Tempel 1 on Feb. 14. The mission will allow scientists for the first time to look for changes on a comet’s surface that occurred following an orbit around the Sun. The Stardust-NExT, or New Exploration of Tempel, spacecraft will take high-resolution images during the encounter and attempt to measure the composition, [...]

EPA Invites Cyclists to Roll

EPA Invites Cyclists to Roll

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invites the general public to “roll” as part of the Playa del Rey to Downtown Los Angeles Bike Tour on Tuesday, Feb. 1, co-sponsored by the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. The fun and informative 18 mile journey will be led by Jared Blumenfeld, EPA’s Regional Administrator for [...]

Roller Derby Debuts at Vets Auditorium – Jan. 30

Roller Derby Debuts at Vets Auditorium – Jan. 30

The Angel City Derby Girls, Los Angeles' only flat track roller derby league, have announced their new home for the 2011 season will be in none other than the Heart of Screenland, Culver City, at the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium on Sunday Jan. 30. Doors open at 4 p.m., and the action starts at 5, so bring your girls and get your seats. Established in 2006, the Angel City Derby Girls (ACDG) [...]

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