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Archive for March, 2017

Healthy Family 5K – April 2

Healthy Family 5K – April 2

Celebrate an active, healthy lifestyle at our Third Annual Culver City Healthy Family 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, April 2, at 9am at West LA College. Bring the kids and enjoy a morning of exercise, activities and post race refreshments and entertainment. If you haven't already signed up, take advantage of free registration for one of the highlights of the event, the delightfully dramatic running of [...]

Public Hearing on Hillside Development – April 18

Public Hearing on Hillside Development – April 18

In the next chapter of the Culver Crest community saga, the City Council is offering another public hearing regarding the city's proposed moratorium on hillside development, and the adoption of the interim ordinance on Tuesday, April 18 at 7 pm. If the proposed ordinance is passed, it will hold a time frame of ten months and 15 days until building can be considered, all construction in both [...]

CTG to Offer College & Career Fair for the Arts

CTG to Offer College & Career Fair for the Arts

Center Theatre Group invites current high school students, parents and teachers to attend the second annual “College & Career Fair for the Arts” on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Music Center Annex located at 601 W. Temple St. in Downtown L.A. Center Theatre Group will also be hosting the previously announced “Going Pro Career Fair” for college and [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Bucket List Maintenance -- There is value in staying for a week in a place. You can unpack, take your time getting out in the morning, and do maybe just one or two activities a day. Short of staying for six weeks, as I once did once in both New York City and Seattle, or ten years, as I did in Tokyo, the week-long stay gives you a great introduction to a city that you may want to live in [...]

No Progress for Crosswalks in Fox Hills

No Progress for Crosswalks in Fox Hills

On March 9th, a conference call with Gabe Garcia, Culver City Traffic Engineer, and the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association board yielded little progress on getting crosswalks for the intersection at Doverwood and Bristol, and Green Valley Circle and Fox Hills Drive due to the latest data obtained on the traffic flow in these areas. According to Garcia the decision is strictly “data driven." [...]

Culver City Releases “Sanctuary City” Statement

Culver City Releases “Sanctuary City” Statement

  On March 28, 2017, the City Council of the City of Culver City adopted a Resolution to declare itself a sanctuary city. According to the Resolution, "The City of Culver City is a sanctuary city for all of its residents, and the City stands in solidarity with other sanctuary jurisdictions. The City reaffirms its commitment to welcome individuals with diverse backgrounds and will uphold [...]

Culver City Julian Dixon Library Book Sale – April 1

Culver City Julian Dixon Library Book Sale – April 1

The annual County of Los Angeles book sale, Books! Books! Books!, will be on April 1 this year. This is no April Fool's joke, however, this is a great day to visit different County of Los Angeles branches and check out their book sales! Great deals are sure to be found. Our book sale room at Julian Dixon Culver City Library will be fully and freshly stocked for the occasion! If you have books [...]

CC Historical Society Will Celebrate Local Families, “Take a Letter” @ April Meeting

CC Historical Society Will Celebrate Local Families, “Take a Letter” @ April Meeting

The Culver City Historical Society will be celebrating the Freemans and the Shapiros at their monthly meeting, April 19 at 7 pm at the Vets Auditorium. A letter from Harry Culver will also be a part of the proceedings, a gift to the Society from the Shapiros. The program will take a trip from Latvia to Culver City to explore the family history of Stu Freeman, local businessman and past [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Global Astronomy Month 2017 (GAM2017) fills the entire month of April again with exciting programs for astronomy enthusiasts worldwide. Whether it’s stargazing, sharing with the public, or experiencing the cosmos in art and poetry, there is something for everyone in GAM 2017. Global Astronomy Month (GAM), organized each April by Astronomers Without Borders, is the world’s largest annual [...]

Harlequino: On to Freedom @ Actors’ Gang

Harlequino: On to Freedom @ Actors’ Gang

At the very beginning, it seems there might be a lecture. Two men take the stage in academic robes, although both are painted in whiteface like clowns, and obscured by masks like ancient actors. As they introduce the concept of Commedia dell'Arte, their words tell us that they too are characters, speaking an overblown and embellished language of self-importance. Dr. Preamble and Dr. Afterword [...]

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