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Archive for March, 2017

Marijuana Task Force – City Seeks Community Input on Regulations

Marijuana Task Force – City Seeks Community Input on Regulations

  On February 27th, the City Council of the City of Culver City unanimously approved the formation of a Marijuana Task Force to explore the complexities of regulating marijuana within the City. The City Council also appointed Vice Mayor Jeffrey Cooper and Council member Meghan Sahli-Wells to serve on the Task Force along with a Planning Commissioner, a Finance Advisory Committee Member, [...]

Culver City Water First Program Coming in April

Culver City Water First Program Coming in April

Culver City would like everyone to have an emergency water supply. In April, Culver City residents can purchase a 55-Gallon Water Storage System at a discounted price with free delivery to our drill yard for pick-up. The system allows you to fill a 55-gallon drum with water, which is good for 5 years. More Prepared has created a special landing page on its website for Culver City residents to [...]

Just a Thought – Movements That Move

Just a Thought – Movements That Move

There is something happening that I really thought I would never see - effective activism. When I was doing the political thing as my 9 to 5, way back in the 20th Century, I tried activism from every possible angle. My assumption was that, since I had to earn a living, it was just as easy to work for a good cause as it was to work for a good company.  I pushed legislation, I organized [...]

Culver City Backpacks for Kids Program – More Food, More Volunteers Needed

Culver City Backpacks for Kids Program – More Food, More Volunteers Needed

Westside Food Bank and the Mark Hughes Foundation donated an entire pallet of milk to the Backpacks program. Over 1,200 cartons of shelf stable milk fill the Backpacks program needs for the rest of the school year! So, that's one item off the list.... Feeding more than a hundred families every weekend, the Culver City Backpacks for Kids Program is always in need of more help.  Volunteers [...]

YMCA to Launch Wellbeing Program – Sign Up Now (Feel Better Soon)

YMCA to Launch Wellbeing Program – Sign Up Now (Feel Better Soon)

Brian Wylie, a licensed occupational therapist from USC, is launching a new, individualized, evidence-based program to improve your health and wellbeing. Meet Brian Monday April 3, and Tuesday April 4 from  5:30–6:30 pm in the courtyard at the Y. Discover how you will learn not only the most up-to-date health practices—from healthy eating and exercise to stress management and mindfulness [...]

Culver City Library Will Be Celebrating Joan – March 31

Culver City Library Will Be Celebrating Joan – March 31

After about a million, billion Storytimes, dozens of  Summer Reading programs, and a professional life spent in small chairs, Joan Mead will be retiring. Joan has been the Children's Librarian at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library since Harry Potter was in hardcover, since Lemony Snicket was only a distant fragrance, before Greg even started keeping The Diary of a Wimpy Kid.  But, the last [...]

Mitchell and Lara Move Forward with Justice Reform Bills

Mitchell and Lara Move Forward with Justice Reform Bills

Nine days after introducing a comprehensive bill package to reform California’s criminal justice system for juveniles and young adults, five of the measures have passed their initial policy tests. The latest action came today as the Senate Public Safety Committee approved bills to eliminate court fees on those found innocent and to keep records sealed on those not convicted of a [...]

Heidi Duckler Dance to Present 1988 – Four Performances

Heidi Duckler Dance to Present 1988 – Four Performances

The Heidi Duckler Dance Theater is locally famous for stepping outside the traditional curtains and bringing dance to public - and often unexpected - spaces. The upcoming '1988' features four site-specific dance performances by Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, centering on six featured artworks from Culver City’s public art collection. The '1988' event series celebrates the 1988 adoption of the Art [...]

Sanctuary Much – Council Votes for ‘Sanctuary City’ to Protect Residents

Sanctuary Much – Council Votes for ‘Sanctuary City’ to Protect Residents

The city council meeting ran long and ended late, 12:40 a.m., but after more than 70 speakers, the four attending council members passed the motion to declare Culver City as a 'Sanctuary City.' Culver City Police Chief Scott Bixby was candid. "We have no interest in being immigration enforcement. We never have and we never will." Reinforcing yet again that the job of the police was to address [...]

CycleBar Breaks the Ribbon

CycleBar Breaks the Ribbon

CycleBar, Culver City’s newest fitness phenomenon, located in Culver Crossroads at 4130 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite C, Culver City, CA 90230, held its Grand Opening Ribbon cutting last week.  This location is the first CycleBar in the Los Angeles area. “CycleBar Culver City is extremely excited to move into the neighborhood,” said owner Steph Sklar-Mulcahy. “We are offering free rides [...]

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