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Archive for April 26th, 2012

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 [...]

Mayme A. Clayton Gets Attention from KCET

Mayme A. Clayton Gets Attention from KCET

Where do you find a world-changing librarian on television? KCET featured an article on its website written by Las Angelenas of LA History entitled "12 Librarians Who Made or Saved Los Angeles History." Our own Dr. Mayme A. Clayton was recognized in the article as one of the distinguished 12 librarians featured in the article. Here is the excerpt- One favorite academic librarian was Mayme [...]

Green Spaces – Tell Us What You Want

Green Spaces – Tell Us What You Want

Culver City needs to hear from you about what you think we need to do with/in/for our green spaces. There are two offerings of the Green Space Public Workshop, Saturday, April 28, 10:00-11:30am and Wednesday, May 9, 7:00-8:30pm, (identical interactive workshops, different times), in the Rotunda Room, Veterans Memorial Building , 4117 Overland Ave. (at Culver Blvd. ). Open to all who use Culver [...]

AVPA Dancers and Heidi Duckler Dance Theater – Laundromatinee

AVPA Dancers and Heidi Duckler Dance Theater – Laundromatinee

Dancers flying on top of dryers? Join Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre and Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts on May 10th for a double feature of Laundromatinee and Cappuccino Nights! A National Endowment for the Arts’ American Masterpiece, Laundromatinee first delighting viewers, critics, and washday customers at Thriftiwash Laundromat in 1988 in Santa Monica. [...]