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Archive for May 10th, 2017

14th Annual Car Show Rolls to Vets Park

14th Annual Car Show Rolls to Vets Park

The 14th Annual Culver City Car Show, hosted by the Culver City Exchange Club, will be on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Veterans Memorial Park (4117 Overland Avenue). The event occurs between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM and will celebrate the Centennial Celebration of Culver City's founding and its long relationship with the movie industry and the automobile. This year's event will include a beer garden, [...]

“Dry Land” at KDT Opens May 14

“Dry Land” at KDT Opens May 14

Center Theatre Group’s Block Party continues with the opening of The Echo Theater Company production of “Dry Land” this Sunday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Written by Ruby Rae Spiegel and directed by Alana Dietze, “Dry Land” will begin previews May 12 and continue for 11 performances only through May 21, 2017. Block Party highlights some of the remarkable work [...]

Council Notes – Polystyrene Ban Passes

Council Notes – Polystyrene Ban Passes

After multiple meetings, challenges and controversies, the Culver City Council passed the polystyrene ban with a solid five ayes, to go into effect in November of this year. After a year and a half of presentation, reorganization and major support both within the community and without, the polystyrene ban passed with unanimous support from the council. While the original language of the law [...]

Project Prom Needs Your Help

Project Prom Needs Your Help

Project Prom starts its fourth year of assisting CCHS female and male students get gussied up and ready for the Annual Prom. This year Prom is May 20 and more than 50 students will get free hair (Paul Mitchell Academy) and makeup (Smashbox). There will be music to set the mood, decorations and food. If you would like to donate financial or provide services, contact Adrienne Madrid direct at [...]

JPAC Names Mitchell Lawmaker of the Year

JPAC Names Mitchell Lawmaker of the Year

A statewide Jewish-advocacy group late Monday presented Sen. Holly J. Mitchell with its annual leadership honor, known as the Jerry Sampson Memorial Award. Rabbi Noah Farkas of Valley Beth Shalom, Nancy Volpert of Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles and member Barbara Yaroslavsky formally presented the award on behalf of the Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California to Mitchell, chair of [...]