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Archive for March 2nd, 2017

CC Women’s Club Spring Fundraiser – Tix on Sale

CC Women’s Club Spring Fundraiser – Tix on Sale

The Culver City Woman's Club, a non-profit organization that supports a number of local charitable groups, is having a Spring Fiesta Fundraiser on Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at Casa Sanchez Mexican Restaurant, 4500 S. Centinela Ave., Los Angeles 90066. There will be a fashion show, door prizes and a silent auction, with free hors d'oeuvres & soft drinks and happy hour priced [...]

What Else Can We Recycle? New Tennis Ball Recycling Bins Installed at all Culver City Parks Tennis Courts

What Else Can We Recycle? New Tennis Ball Recycling Bins Installed at all Culver City Parks Tennis Courts

On December 26, 2016, Erik Mar, a Culver City resident and avid tennis player, sent a letter to Daniel Hernandez, Parks Recreation and Community Service Director, recommending that the City install tennis ball recycling bins at all tennis courts citywide. Coincidentally, the Public Works Department’s Environmental Programs & Operations Division discussed implementing tennis ball recycling [...]

Culver City and Los Angeles Co-Host Community Discussion on Expo and Traffic – March 2

Culver City and Los Angeles Co-Host Community Discussion on Expo and Traffic – March 2

The City of Culver City, in coordination with the City of Los Angeles and Caltrans, will host a public meeting on March 2 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Hamilton High School to present alternatives on how to improve the I-10 Robertson/National freeway on/o­ff-ramps and the connections to local streets, simplify traffic movements and minimize traffic impacts from the Culver City Expo Station and other [...]

Sea Change Schedules Activist Road Trip – Get on Board

Sea Change Schedules Activist Road Trip – Get on Board

A couple of weeks ago, we came together in great numbers and with great passion to talk about how we can Organize to Resist here in California. One topic that came up over and over again was shifting the House of Representatives from red to blue so that Congress has more power to resist the Trump Administration's agenda and fight for our shared Democratic values. Our first opportunity to work [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

On Mars, wind rules. Wind has been shaping the Red Planet’s landscapes for billions of years and continues to do so today. Studies using both a NASA orbiter and a rover reveal its effects on scales grand to tiny on the strangely structured landscapes within Gale Crater. NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover (http://www.nasa.gov/curiosity), on the lower slope of Mount Sharp—a layered mountain [...]