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Archive for March, 2017

Little Spikers Learn Volleyball Skills

Little Spikers Learn Volleyball Skills

Girls and boys, ages 5-8, will learn how to serve, bump, set and spike in a fast-paced session of volleyball in the Little Spikers Clinic, April 15-May 20, 4:00-5:30 p.m., conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club at the Culver City Middle School gymnasium. Club coaches will teach hand-eye coordination, team play and sportsmanship, providing opportunities for fun and friendship, according to [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Images returned from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission indicate that during its most recent trip through the inner solar system, the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was a very active place—full of growing fractures, collapsing cliffs and massive rolling boulders. Moving material buried some features on the comet’s surface while exhuming others. “As comets approach [...]

Dear Editor – CCPD Addresses Community Concerns with Immigration Policy

Dear Editor – CCPD Addresses Community Concerns with Immigration Policy

Recently, we have received inquiries and comments from some of our community members expressing fears about the election results and its impact on our community, specifically as it relates to immigration enforcement and deportation. It is my intent with this message to ease the concerns of all of our community, but specifically the fears of the parents, children, and relatives of undocumented [...]

Culver City to Celebrate Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Culver City to Celebrate Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Come celebrate Arbor Day with Council Members, staff, and visitors from the Senior Center on Thursday, March 30, at 10:30am. The tree planting ceremony will take place on the Culver Blvd. side of the Senior Center. This celebration will be a great way to recognize and to celebrate the City’s ongoing commitment to nurturing a resilient urban forest.

CCUSD Updates Building Projects & Bond Expenditures Scheduled for Summer Throughout the District

CCUSD Updates Building Projects & Bond Expenditures Scheduled for Summer Throughout the District

With funding from the school bond, Culver City Unified School District has a long list of improvements, upgrades and remodels in the pipeline. Many construction projects are slated for this summer, and activity will touch every school. Being aware of the district plans can help you to make your own, and knowing what is being added and improved on the timeline can get the city and schools to [...]

Council Approves 45 Day Moratorium on Culver Crest

Council Approves 45 Day Moratorium on Culver Crest

With only one item on the agenda, the City Council had a very clear mission on Monday, March 20, 2017. To enact a 45 day moratorium on the lower and upper Culver Crest to "address the urgent issue of hillside development in the Culver Crest neighborhood." The issue of what might be built had drawn intense attention from the neighbors, and the history of slides on the terrain made it seem all [...]

Dear Editor – Neighbors Seeking Regulation Re: STR

Dear Editor – Neighbors Seeking Regulation Re: STR

In the unfortunately ongoing saga, short term rental property is still creating problems. Despite my greatest hopes, the traffic has not stopped.  The house continues to be a taxi service station of people coming and going, the level of hostility now keeps us on edge who is staying, who is not and knowing the tenant changed her profile picture has re-listed the house on AirBNB. We are simply [...]

Bass Co-Sponsors HR 356, Seeks Input from Voters on Trump & Russia

Bass Co-Sponsors HR 356, Seeks Input from Voters on Trump & Russia

"Is the President compromised?" That was the main question I had earlier this month during a hearing the House Foreign Affairs Committee held on Russia’s successful intervention in our election. And I think answering that question is more important than ever after yesterday's confirmation from FBI Director James Comey that his agency is investigating whether Russia colluded with the Trump [...]

Juli Leeds (1968 – 2017) The Queen of McDonald Street

Juli Leeds (1968 – 2017) The Queen of McDonald Street

There will be one more Juli party. The memorial for Juli Leeds will be held at the Grace Lutheran Church on Overland Ave. in Culver City on March 25, 2017 at 2 pm, to be followed by a dancehall reception at the Culver City Elks Lodge at 11160 Washington Boulevard. There will be rock and roll, there will be intense political conversation, and there will be lots of people bringing food. Come and [...]

MCLM Black Talkies – West Coast Jazz

MCLM Black Talkies – West Coast Jazz

Black Talkies On Parade welcomes back jazz historian and archivist Mark Cantor. Mark will present a curated show of shorts and clips celebrating Jazz on the West Coast. The program features a variety of jazz styles from Dixieland, to Bebop, to the vibrant sounds of Los Angele's own Central Avenue. Stan Kenton, Buddy Collette, Dave Brubeck, Kid Ory, Terry Gibbs, Nat "King" Cole, Dave Brubeck, [...]

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