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Archive for February, 2017

CCPD to Offer Immigration Conversation

CCPD to Offer Immigration Conversation

On behalf of Chief Bixby, the community is invited to attend the Police Department’s Community Forum to address questions/concerns related to CCPD’s role in immigration enforcement. March 15th, 6:00pm in the City Council Chambers  For questions regarding the Community Forum, please contact Lieutenant Dunlap (310) 253-6258.

Ballona Creek Renaissance and WLAC Art Opening “Up the Creek”

Ballona Creek Renaissance and WLAC Art Opening “Up the Creek”

Ballona Creek Renaissance is pleased to present the Art Show Opening of “Up the Creek, in celebration of the Centennial and Ballona Creek. Opening reception this Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 4 to 7 pm at West Los Angeles College Art Gallery.  A "watershed moment" is a point in time that marks an important, often historical change. This exhibition features artists whose work has been protective [...]

Finding Space with Culver City Symphony Orchestra

Finding Space with Culver City Symphony Orchestra

  Finding Space. We try to make space for music in our lives. We look for our living space, our space in society, our personal space, our work space. Music fills empty spaces, in rehearsal rooms and concert halls. Music fills the spaces in our hearts and minds. Orchestras fill spaces in our cultural lives. Young musicians carve out their new spaces. Culver City Symphony Orchestra’s [...]

Walking School Bus Begins March 1 – Check Here for Your School Meet-Up and Time

Walking School Bus Begins March 1 – Check Here for Your School Meet-Up and Time

Spring is coming - time to get outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather! Check out the fun Walk to School Programs for your Culver City School. A walking school bus is a group of children walking to school with one or more adults. If that sounds simple, it is, and that’s part of the beauty of the walking school bus. A variation on the walking school bus is the bicycle train, in which adults [...]

Actors’ Gang to Read “Heidi Chronicles” @ Julian Dixon March 1

Actors’ Gang to Read “Heidi Chronicles” @ Julian Dixon March 1

Every month, performers from the nationally acclaimed theater company The Actors Gang come to the Culver City Library to read scenes from Pulitzer Prize-winning plays, in celebration of the Pulitzer Prize's 100th Anniversary! This month: Join members of The Gang as they read scenes from Wendy Wasserstein's touching comedy "The Heidi Chronicles," a story of empowerment and inspiration. Winner [...]

LASD Files Cease and Desist Order Against Measure S Mailer

LASD Files Cease and Desist Order Against Measure S Mailer

The people pushing Measure S in the upcoming election have crossed a line, and it's not making them look good. Recently, The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was made aware that a political mailer has circulated depicting an official looking document from the Sheriff’s Department. According to LASD, "The political mailer depicted in the photos is counterfeit and could mislead [...]

Screenland 5k Runs with Creativity, Community and Champions

Screenland 5k Runs with Creativity, Community and Champions

Reflecting on his achievement as he received his Swag Bag prize at the main stage by Culver City Mayor Jim Clarke, Screenland 5K champion Terence Galasco said crossing the finish line first among 3,450 Screenland 5K guests paled to the joy of feeling the sense of community among hundreds of families in Culver City's Centennial Celebration on Academy Awards Sunday. "Going into the studios and [...]

Culver City Council to Consider Marijuana Task Force

Culver City Council to Consider Marijuana Task Force

The state is legalizing, and there are many factors for the city to consider in crafting an ordinance on marijuana sales and cultivation. At the City Council meeting tonight on Monday, February 27, 2017, beginning at 7:00 p.m., the council will consider the establishment of a Marijuana Task Force, appointment of two city council members to the Task Force, and taking steps to retain a consultant [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Dannie Cavanaugh, Culver City Rotary news chief, recently opined, “Whenever I drive down Culver Boulevard on my way to the beach, I always wonder what is going on with the vast open space of the La Ballona wetlands. Perhaps you wonder the same thing.” Well, here’s the answer: Culver City Rotarians and friends of CC Rotary are invited to the club’s Wednesday, March 1 meeting when Executive [...]

Just a Thought – Capital Ideas

Just a Thought – Capital Ideas

This past week I re-discovered the idea that the closer government is to me, the more it effects my life. While many of us are deeply concerned about the radical disruption coming out of Washington - and very possibly Moscow - I was heartened by the amount of diligent and sometimes brilliant work being done in our state capitol. This was my second trip to Sacramento with the 33rd District [...]

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