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Archive for June 29th, 2012

Creativity With a Conscience – Sandra Coopersmith

Creativity With a Conscience – Sandra Coopersmith

The vibe at The Whole 9 Gallery on Culver City’s Main Street is profoundly antithetical to the sentiment seemingly expressed in a quote attributed to Marcel Proust, one that appears to paint artists as indifferent observers: “The particulars of life do not matter to the artist; they merely provide him with the opportunity to lay bare his genius.” With apologies to Proust scholars if the [...]

Upward Bound House is Finalist for LA Business Journal

Upward Bound House is Finalist for LA Business Journal

Upward Bound House, a leading provider of housing and services for homeless families with children, was selected as a finalist for the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2012 Organization of the Year. The award announcements were made at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on June 19th, 2012. Upward Bound House (UBH) was recognized for making a deep impact on the Los Angeles [...]

New Superintendent for CCUSD – Meet David LaRose

New Superintendent for CCUSD – Meet David LaRose

The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education has announced that it has selected David LaRose to be the new CCUSD Superintendent. LaRose has served for the past four years as the superintendent of the South Kitsap School District in Washington State. He was recently named South Kitsap’s 2012 Man of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce, and received the Kitsap Scouting 2011 [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Few nighttime sights offer more drama than the full Moon rising over the horizon. Now imagine that instead of the Moon, a gas giant planet spanning three times more sky loomed over the molten landscape of a lava world. This alien vista exists in the newly discovered two-planet system of Kepler-36. “These two worlds are having close encounters,” said Josh Carter, a Hubble Fellow at the [...]

CCHS Students at Home on the (New) Range

CCHS Students at Home on the (New) Range

The Culver City Education Foundation is happy to give a major 'Thank You'  to Eydie Desser for her very generous donation of a brand new Jenn - Air Kitchen worth $18,000 to Culver City High School. Chef M who teaches cooking at the high school picked out two Jen-Air 36" downdraft cook tops and two 48" pro-style ranges with griddle and convection oven which were delivered and installed in the [...]

Karate Students Celebrate Graduation and Promotion

Karate Students Celebrate Graduation and Promotion

Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department’s Shotokan Karate-Do class celebrated the graduation of class member Weihang Zhao from UCLA following the 2nd Quarter 2012 rank examinations on June 26th. Weihang began her martial arts training in the Culver City PRCS recreation class in 2003. She will spend her summer vacation in China, returning in the fall to attend Law [...]