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Archive for July 13th, 2012

Just a Thought – How About Consistent Community Ethics in Fundraising ?

Just a Thought – How About Consistent Community Ethics in Fundraising ?

I was at a school board meeting last spring, when a representative from PXP, Culver City's favorite oil company was there to present a $20,000 check to the Culver City Education Foundation. While the rest of the room applauded, I did not. This, I said to myself, is just not ok with me. Several weeks later, I interviewed Leslie Adler, the very capable women in charge at the CCEF. She was not at [...]

Rush Street Fourth Anniversary to Benefit YMCA – July 16

Rush Street Fourth Anniversary to Benefit YMCA – July 16

Join the party for Rush Street’s 4th Anniversary of opening in downtown Culver City! This year, owners Ken Kaufman and Brian McKeaney are inviting families, along with everyone else, to celebrate the occasion in the spirit of this year’s theme: FOUR MORE YEARS…AND THEN SOME!!! Generously, from 5–9pm, KIDS EAT FOR FREE!! After 9pm the young at heart will enjoy birthday-style partying [...]

Peace Project – Call for Artists

Peace Project – Call for Artists

Peace Project’s 3rd Annual Call for Artists is now open, and artists throughout the world are being invited to make an online submission of their vision of what makes peace before Aug. 31. There’s a nominal charge of $10 but that will be waived if necessary so that all can participate. All proceeds will help fund the Peace Center in Sierra Leone ( see Sandra Coopersmith's Creativity with a [...]

CARB Education Workshop Shows CC Fleet Clean and Green

CARB Education Workshop Shows CC Fleet Clean and Green

Businesses and cities throughout the state continually struggle to keep pace with changing California Air Resources Board rules and regulation, and many turned out Thursday in Irwindale for a "Get up to speed with CARB" workshop, according to the Whittier Daily News. The event was sponsored by the Irwindale Chamber of Commerce and Westrux International. Speaker Eloy Florez, an air pollution [...]

CCPD is Online Now

CCPD is Online Now

Chief Pedersen and the Culver City Police Department are proud to announce the launching of a new website to the community and general public. The new website will allow you to navigate through the Department’s organization and help you answer or ask any questions you have for the police department. You can find the website at www.culvercitypd.org Please take a look at the new website and enjoy [...]