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Archive for March 10th, 2017

Dear Editor – Challenging Racism Within and Without

Dear Editor – Challenging Racism Within and Without

My mornings have become a routine that I can’t wait to change. I wake up; I read the headlines; the news is threatening and I put on my armor. It’s heavy because its fibers are intertwined with my history as an immigrant, political exile, woman of color, lesbian, and activist in this country; my armor is also solid because its frame is made up by a history of resistance from people of the [...]

Kirk Douglas Theater to Kick Off Block Party with “Failure: A Love Story”

Kirk Douglas Theater to Kick Off Block Party with “Failure: A Love Story”

Center Theatre Group’s inaugural Block Party highlights some of the remarkable work being done on other stages throughout Los Angeles by fully producing three previously staged productions. First to come will be “Failure: A Love Story” chronicles the lives, loves and deaths of the three Fail sisters and the one man who fell in love with each of them. Set against the backdrop of 1920s [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

My Journey of Japan in L.A.: Restaurant Edition -- After a film screening I attended that happened to take place at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo, I couldn't pass up going out to eat in the area, even at the cost of missing a next event I had planned. If I had to choose one spot in L.A. to be trapped in, having to eat every meal there for two months, this would be the [...]

Women’s Business Council Opens Nominations for 2017 Leadership Awards

Women’s Business Council Opens Nominations for 2017 Leadership Awards

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce's Women in Business Council is excited to announce that our nominations for the 2017 Women In Business Awards is live! Nominate A Female Leader for the 2017 Women In Business Leadership Awards Last year, our inaugural event honored four exceptional business women who each received an award befitting their success stories. With an attendance of over 150 [...]

CCHS Casino Night Big Winner for Boosters

CCHS Casino Night Big Winner for Boosters

While final numbers aren’t yet available, the Culver City High School Boosters’ 10th Annual Casino Night was a rousing success. Over 500 attendees dined on food donated by Red’s Flavor Table, Sorrento Italian Market, Victor Jr.’s, Honey Kettle, CAVA, Chick-Fil-A, Pieology, I Luv Sushi, El Abajeno, Kay ‘N Dave’s, and Campos Tacos, and drank (and did they ever!) beverages donated by [...]