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Archive for February 8th, 2017

CC in Process with American Disabilities Act – Self Evaluation and Transition

CC in Process with American Disabilities Act – Self Evaluation and Transition

The City of Culver City is in the process of preparing its ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan which is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Transition Plan will assist the city in improving its ability to serve the needs of people with disabilities and their families, by identifying facilities, or services that may not meet ADA standards. Culver City ADA Consultant, Owen [...]

“Show Up, Dive in, Stay at It ” – A Post Election Community Gathering

“Show Up, Dive in, Stay at It ” – A Post Election Community Gathering

What was originally planned to be an event at the Hammer Museum in Westwood created such a response that it had to be moved to UCLA's Royce Hall. Monday, February 6, 2017 saw the venue packed with people of all kinds looking for a 'post-election' connection, and a way to get involved. "This is unprecedented," Hector Villagra, the Executive Director of the ACLU of Southern California. "I have [...]

‘Zoot Suit’ to Open Feb. 12

‘Zoot Suit’ to Open Feb. 12

“I have tried my best to defend what is most precious in our American society – a society now at war against the forces of racial intolerance and totalitarian injustice,” -- George Shearer, defense attorney for the 38th St. Gang in “Zoot Suit” Currently in previews, Center Theatre Group’s “Zoot Suit” opens February 12 at the Mark Taper Forum. This legendary play with music [...]

City Council Will Discuss Local Marijuana Regulations – Feb. 13

City Council Will Discuss Local Marijuana Regulations – Feb. 13

California voters recently approved Proposition 64, legalizing the adult use of recreational marijuana. City Council wants to hear from you about how Culver City should address local regulation. The council will discuss the options available to the city under the 2015 Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MCRSA) and the 2016 Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), and direct the City Manager to [...]

Tickets Still Available for Vox Cabaret

Tickets Still Available for Vox Cabaret

Acclaimed women’s choral ensemble VOX Femina Los Angeles presents VOX Cabaret, an intimate evening with the talented women of VOX! Your favorite Voxxies bring their very best solo work to the stage for a show that is touching, uninhibited & fun! It's the same great night of entertainment in a new unique setting: the beautiful home of Joanna Brody and Culver City Councilmember Thomas [...]