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City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar and Staff

City Manager’s Report – John Nachbar and Staff

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update to the City Council - City Manager John Nachbar and Staff update the City Council, Public Works, Parks and Rec, Police and more for a concise and timely focus on Culver City.  Mayor’s Convening of Faith Based Organizations On January 12th, Mayor Jim B. Clarke convened a group of nearly 40 people representing nonprofit organizations, faith based institutions, [...]

Walk with a Doc Strolls into a Fourth Year of Fitness

Walk with a Doc Strolls into a Fourth Year of Fitness

Walk With A Doc/Culver City begins its 4th year this Saturday January 21, 2017 at Veteran's Park, 4117 Overland Avenue near the parking lot. At 8:45 am, Jeff Penso, MD will speak about the medical challenges of 2017. At 8:50 Brandon Webb gets us warmed up. It’s free, fun, it's healthy. Walk With a Doc was started in 2005 by a cardiologist in Columbus OH to encourage a behavior change in his [...]

Screenland 5K Runner Wins Honor

Screenland 5K Runner Wins Honor

Chosen among hundreds of elite Southern California distance runners, Screenland 5K committee member Hamid Rostamian was selected by Los Angeles Marathon organizers to pace runners in the Pasadena Half-Marathon, Jan. 22, and return to carry the coveted pacer's flag in the Los Angeles Marathon, Mar. 19. "I feel honored to be selected among hundreds of great runners in the area," said Rostamian, [...]

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

Bring the whole family for fun-filled, improvised performances by Culver City Middle School’s Improv Program. In its eighth successful year, the CCMS Improv Program is offering will hold five unique performances on the weekend of January 28 and 29. Saturday shows will be held at noon, 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., while Sunday performances will be held at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. All performances will be [...]

California Health Insurance Shoppers Avoid Top Prices, but Miss Out on Subsidies

California Health Insurance Shoppers Avoid Top Prices, but Miss Out on Subsidies

Californians tend to avoid the worst of premium hikes on the state exchange by choosing lower-cost plans, but many also miss out on financial assistance because they pick the wrong type of plan or buy coverage off the exchange, according to two studies published Monday in the journal Health Affairs. One of the studies shows that when consumers faced premium increases from 2014 to 2016, they [...]

Cross Country Team Shows it’s Smarts for Screenland5K

Cross Country Team Shows it’s Smarts for Screenland5K

Their laid-back persona and silly commentary among 25 impressionable children during opening stretches at the Screenland 5K Sunday afternoon training sessions lead the casual observer to believe members of the Culver City High School cross country team are just like you and me. Far from it. The coed team has the highest grade point average of any Centaur athletic squad, and ranks among the top [...]

Scholarship Opp for Centaur Women

Scholarship Opp for Centaur Women

You may qualify for this scholarship opportunity! If you are: a girl in the Class of 2018, involved in school and /or community activities, outstanding in academics, leadership, athletics or the arts, interested in earning scholarships for college. This program is for you! Distinguished Young Women of Los Angeles County is part of a nationwide program which awards scholarships for young [...]

Culver City Needs Your Opinions on Child Care

Culver City Needs Your Opinions on Child Care

Culver City needs your help! Parents are always in need in support - it does take the whole village - and letting the city and the Parks and Recreation folks know what you need, what you want, and why is vital to providing our children with quality care. Please complete our survey on before school, after school and vacation/summer camp programs. The PRCS Commission is interested in enhancing the [...]

Superintendent Arnold Speaks to “State of the District”

Superintendent Arnold Speaks to “State of the District”

The meeting room at the Courtyard by Marriott was decorated with shirts; Lin Howe Vikings, Culver City Middle School Panthers, El Rincon Rockets,  Culver High Centaurs - every school in the district represented along the walls, punctuated by projections of "The State of the District."  This was a first for both CCUSD and the Culver City Education Foundation, following a trend that has been [...]

Culver City Included in Cities Facing Risk of Flooding Due to Storm

Culver City Included in Cities Facing Risk of Flooding Due to Storm

 Thursday's weather may be more than annoying for drivers; it could be dangerous. The possibility of heavy rain creates what National Weather Service forecasters are calling "a risk of urban flooding and of mud and debris flows down slopes denuded by wildfires". The NWS issued an urban and small stream flood advisory scheduled to be in effect until a 9:15 this morning in eastern L.A County in [...]

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