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Archive for April, 2012

CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Online Auction – Bidding Open

CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Online Auction – Bidding Open

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) has begun an online auction in conjunction with Tribute to the Stars. The auction will be online until May 9 and then the silent auction will continue at the Tribute to the Stars event, which will be held Friday, May 11 at Sony Pictures Studios. To bid on a wide array of items, including restaurants gift certificates, movies, clothing, hotel stays, [...]

It’s Time to Ride – Line 4 Doubles Service for Trial Run

It’s Time to Ride – Line 4 Doubles Service for Trial Run

In an effort to provide better connections with the NEW La Cienega/Jefferson Expo Light Rail Station, Culver CityBus is pleased to increase the number of buses servicing Line 4 on a trial basis. During the trial period, Line 4 service will run every 30 minutes as opposed to every hour. (So if you are wanting this to continue, NOW is the time to get on board and be counted as a rider.) For a [...]

Bike Safety May 6 at El Marino

Bike Safety May 6 at El Marino

Assemblymember Holly Mitchell (D-Culver City) will be attending the Kids Bike Safety Festival in Culver City on May 6. El Marino Language School will be kicking off Bike to School Week and promoting National Bike to School Day with a free festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to teach children how to ride their bikes safely and responsibly and to encourage them - and their parents - to bike to school [...]

Treasure Trove – Culver City’s Thrift Stores – Rebecca Penso

Treasure Trove – Culver City’s Thrift Stores – Rebecca Penso

It might be the impulse to find a great deal. It might be the political stance that waste is wrong. It might be a love of history. The reasons why we shop in thrifts are as various as the customers. While we often bemoan the lack of retail outlets, if you're a thrift shopper Culver City has lots to offer. We have thrift shops sprinkled throughout town, new locations are opening often and, if [...]

CCPD Gets 2nd Place Finish for ‘Baker to Vegas’

CCPD Gets 2nd Place Finish for ‘Baker to Vegas’

For the 12th year, the Culver City Police Department sent a team of 20 runners to compete in the annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay. Each runner runs a relay leg of 4.0 to 10.7miles, depending on the difficulty of the leg. The race started in the city of Baker, California on Saturday, 4/21/12, and finished in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, 4/22/12. With teams coming from as far away as [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

  Sorry to report that the Grace Lutheran Church’s Cinco de Mayo event has been postponed until next month, but they have lots of other activities going on –  Tuesday Night Bible Study with Pastor Jim starts at 7:00 p.m. plus a Tuesday Night Young Women’s (“20-ish-40-ish”) Bible Study Group at 7:30. For more information, visit the church office at 4427 Overland Avenue, or call (310) [...]

Bagel Bytes (CCHS Robotics Team) Take on the World (Ok, Los Angeles Regional )

Bagel Bytes (CCHS Robotics Team) Take on the World (Ok, Los Angeles Regional )

With a warm send off by the CCHS student body, the Bagel Bytes, as the high school’s robotics team is known, left for the World Championships in Saint Louis, Missouri. Led by team captain, sophomore, Arielle Singer, the team raised an impressive $12,000 to go to this event. Coached by Mr. Alex Davis, the team built an impressive robot for this year’s competition entitled, “Rebound [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Sharing Something About Special Needs Kids -- I have some special needs in regard to special needs kids. I need people to understand that that are not like everyone else. They are, in fact, special. This last week I had two unrelated experiences regarding special needs kids. First, I saw a fantastic one-man play, A Child Left Behind at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, written and staring Alan [...]

SHARE Offers a Festival of Recovery – April 28

SHARE Offers a Festival of Recovery – April 28

It's natural to feel nervous about the first time you attend a support group. But at the Festival of Recovery on Saturday April 28 you could enjoy finding the right support group for you, along with meeting new people, having a free lunch and free parking! What's not to like ? From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., more than 30 self-help support groups will take place in SHARE! Culver City's seven meeting [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

ANTARCTIC ASTRONOMY – A team of scientists representing several international institutions, including Texas A&M University, has succeeded in installing the first of three Antarctic Survey Telescopes (AST3-1) at the Chinese Kunlun Station at Dome Argus, the highest point of the Antarctic Plateau. The telescope is the first of three half-meter devices to be installed at PLATeau Observatory [...]

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