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Archive for May 3rd, 2017

PRCS – Multicultural Panel Addressed Diversity in Culver City

PRCS – Multicultural Panel Addressed Diversity in Culver City

The regular meeting of the Culver City Parks and Recreation Commission was anything but regular on Tuesday, May 7. A panel discussion and community conversation facilitated by CCHS English teacher Dr. Carlos Valverde brought a panel of students from his 'Intercultural Literature' class to the city hall chambers to talk about diversity and multiculturalism both on campus and in town. PRCS [...]

Grammy Worthy – CCHS Wins ‘Signature School’ from the Grammy Museum

Grammy Worthy – CCHS Wins ‘Signature School’ from the Grammy Museum

The GRAMMY Museum has announced the selection of seven U.S. high schools as 2017 GRAMMY Signature Schools Enterprise Award recipients. Each recipient will receive a custom award and a monetary grant to benefit its music program. The cash grants for the 2017 GRAMMY Signature Schools Enterprise Award recipients total $106,500. The recipients are Culver City High School (Culver City, Calif.), [...]

Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

No matter where you live there will always be people who want to be involved with their community. On the other hand most of us have also met the “why don’t they do….” kind of people as well. Fox Hills has had its share of both types of people and luckily we have had those (and still do) of the sort who aren’t just asking when “they will do…” Some of our activities include the [...]

TOD – Design Community Roundtable

TOD – Design Community Roundtable

  Culver City may have more architects and design professionals per square foot than any other city in America. Please join the Culver City TOD Visioning project team as we host a roundtable discussion with some of the most respected architects in the world, all of whom live and/or work right here in Culver City. Please join us for the Design Community Roundtable on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 [...]

Earth Day River Clean Up is Record Breaking Success

Earth Day River Clean Up is Record Breaking Success

Friends of the LA River is pleased to announce that it has broken its own record from last year in both number of volunteers and tonnage of trash collected for the just-completed 28th Annual Great LA River CleanUp: La Gran Limpieza (CleanUp). FOLAR’s annual CleanUp has exploded in recent years, and is the largest urban river cleanup in America. Held the past three Saturdays of April, the 2017 [...]