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Archive for April 10th, 2017

Sacramento Introduces Support for Elections

Sacramento Introduces Support for Elections

The California Association of Clerks and Election Officials applauds legislative efforts through the recently proposed Voting Modernization Bond Act of 2018 (AB 668) and a special report that puts potential ongoing state funding and support for elections at the forefront in the state. “With the introduction of AB 668, the state has an opportunity to create a path forward for counties to [...]

CTG Prepares for “Archduke”

CTG Prepares for “Archduke”

Rehearsals have begun for Center Theatre Group’s production of “Archduke.” Written by Rajiv Joseph, the world premiere of “Archduke” begins previews April 25, opens May 7 and continues through June 4, 2017, at the Mark Taper Forum. Directed by Giovanna Sardelli, the cast includes, in alphabetical order, Josiah Bania, Stephanie McVay, Ramiz Monsef, Patrick Page, Stephen Stocking and [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers – This Month’s Walk to School Dates

Walk ‘n Rollers – This Month’s Walk to School Dates

The sun is up, the sky is blue, classrooms are open; every day can be a walk to school day, but if you need a special reason, or just a supportive crowd, every CCUSD school has date this month to gather and walk together. Pump the tires and lace up the sneakers; lots of friends are waiting for you. Walk to School Dates El Marino: Wed, Apr 12 | Meet up: US Bank (Sawtelle & Sepulveda), [...]

A Few Clicks About Not Clicking – Please Click

A Few Clicks About Not Clicking – Please Click

Did you vote on March 7th? Really? Lots and lots of people who voted in November simply didn't show up in March. Statistics from the LA County Registrar say that 83% of the voters sat this one out. We have a survey here to find out why. This survey is for Los Angeles County, so even if you are not registered in Culver City, it's still valid. And absolutely anonymous. The purpose of the survey [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Have you ever wondered about those “Almost Invisible Boxes” (there are nine of them) around Downtown Culver City? In 2003 artist Joshua Callaghan conceived the idea of these traffic signal and utility boxes being wrapped in vinyl that has images of the surrounding landscape printed on them. They’re kind of a continuation of the space that the signal and utility boxes obstructed. Kind of a [...]