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Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA laboratory experiments suggest the dark material coating some geological features of Jupiter's moon Europa is likely sea salt from a subsurface ocean, discolored by exposure to radiation. The presence of sea salt on Europa's surface suggests the ocean is interacting with its rocky seafloor—an important consideration in determining whether the icy moon could support life. “We have many [...]

AVPA Spring Music Concerts – May 22 & 29

AVPA Spring Music Concerts – May 22 & 29

AVPA will present two spring music concerts this spring, giving all the ensembles a chance to perform a variety of music that has been rehearsed throughout the spring semester. Friday, May 22 – AVPA Showcase – features our smaller ensembles. The Jazz Combo, Sax Ensemble, and some of our chamber music ensembles will be on the program. The Jazz Combo has been making the rounds throughout the [...]

Buckle Up – CCPD “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Starts May 18

Buckle Up – CCPD “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Starts May 18

Once again, The Culver City Police Department is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket. As part of the national seat belt enforcement campaign, law enforcement agencies around the country will be stepping up enforcement May 18-31, including one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. “Every day, unbuckled motorists are losing their lives in motor vehicle crashes,” said Chief Scott [...]

Vollyball Camp Coming This Summer @ CCMS & CCHS

Vollyball Camp Coming This Summer @ CCMS & CCHS

Summer volleyball camps for boys and girls of all abilities and experience in four day sessions, July 13-30, will be conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club at the Culver City middle and high schools. Former Culver City High School volleyball head coach and athletic director Marty Siegal and his staff will offer three levels of instruction. “Last summer, the improvement of our day campers was [...]

Council Notes – Billboards Banished, Playground Problems and the Post of Poet Laureate

Council Notes – Billboards Banished, Playground Problems and the Post of Poet Laureate

The May 11, 2015 Culver City Council meeting proved that resident's voices are heard, particularly when there are lots of them. The billboard plan was removed from the 'Hospitality and Entertainment District' proposal, to the relief and satisfaction of the twenty -five people who had signed up to speak to that agenda item. But before action items were even addressed, there were many East [...]

Just a Thought – Billboards Are a Big, Bad Blight (Click Here and Say No Thanks)

Just a Thought  – Billboards Are a Big, Bad Blight (Click Here and Say No Thanks)

The Culver City City Council Agenda for tonight includes the "Hospitality District" that has the potential to pollute the airspace in  Culver City with one of the most toxic things our culture produces - advertising. Action Item A-2, (1) Receive a Presentation and Discuss the Proposed Vision for a “Hospitality & Entertainment District Specific Plan” Affecting Commercial Frontage [...]

Expo Line Almost Ready to Roll – 7 New Stops Past Culver City Station

Expo Line Almost Ready to Roll – 7 New Stops Past Culver City Station

Just last month, the first-ever Metro light rail train to hit the Westside made its way along the track for the very first time (it was just a test). Now that route—the Expo Line extension to Santa Monica—is in the middle of new round of tests (for signals and other electronics) to make sure that the trains are running smoothly for their eventual opening, and that means time for more trains [...]

Jazz Bakery Gets NEA Support

Jazz Bakery Gets NEA Support

While still awaiting a planned new home in Culver City, the Jazz Bakery remains a visible force for jazz through its Moveable Feast concert series. That effort has gained further support with the news that the organization was awarded an NEA Art Works grant of $30,000 to support a series of what's billed as "concerts, conversations and workshops" to be scheduled between Nov. 1, 2015 and Oct. 31, [...]

Eriksson Announces for 2016 City Council Race

Eriksson Announces for 2016 City Council Race

Longtime Culver City resident and chair of Culver City’s Finance Advisory Committee, Göran Eriksson has announced that he will run for one of the three seats available on the 2016 Culver City Council ballot. Eriksson has a long track record as a successful businessman and community activist, so while his announcement comes earlier than usual, he said planning ahead and being prepared is part [...]

Safe Routes to School Survey – Click Now!

Safe Routes to School Survey – Click Now!

Culver City’s Safe Routes to School Walk & Rollers Program is interested in your thoughts about students walking and biking to school. Completing this on-line survey will help SRTS to create more fun ways to get your students out of the back seat on onto their own feet. Only one survey per family is needed and sharing widely is appreciated. SRTS wants to hear from every family  in the [...]

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