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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 [...]

Culver City Senior Center Welcomes Marriage and Family Therapist as Additional Mental Health Support Available to Residents

Culver City Senior Center Welcomes Marriage and Family Therapist as Additional Mental Health Support Available to Residents

Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department is pleased to welcome Valerie “Billie” Klayman, M.A., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist as an additional team member available for community support. Residents are invited to come in and say hello to Billie. She is available Wednesday and Friday afternoons at the Senior Center located at 4095 Overland Avenue. Nonmembers [...]

Democrat’s District 54 Delegates Turn Out Huge Crowd of Voters

Democrat’s District 54 Delegates Turn Out Huge Crowd of Voters

Culver City’s Veteran Memorial Building was a scene of mass chaos Sunday Janaury 9, 2016  as Democrats from California Democratic Assembly District 54 caucused and elected local delegates to the California Democratic Convention. For most who attended, it was their first vote at this level of politics. Many voters supported former Democratic presidential candidate contender Bernie Sanders, [...]

A Plastic Ocean – Jan. 20

A Plastic Ocean – Jan. 20

A new adventure documentary filmed across 20 locations worldwide, A Plastic Ocean premieres at the Laemmle Ahrya Fine Arts Theater, 8556 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA, on January 17th, 7:00pm, at a screening hosted by Plastic Pollution Coalition. A Plastic Ocean will be available for rent or download on iTunes on January 20, 2017, and for rent on Amazon the same day. It brings to light the [...]

One Hundred Years of Fashion and Music – Jan. 22

One Hundred Years of Fashion and Music – Jan. 22

Join the festivities for 100 Years of Fashion and Music on Sunday, January 22, 2:30-5:30 pm at The Culver Hotel. The Culver City Centennial Committee and CCUSD Council PTA will present "100 Years of Fashion...and Music" on Harry Culver's actual birthday, Sunday, January 22. This fantastic event will feature authentic period pieces from 1917-2017, a history of fashion through the ages, accompanied [...]

Mysterious Brawl at Westfield Mall; Did Instagram Instigate?

Mysterious Brawl at Westfield Mall; Did Instagram Instigate?

The evening of January 7 witnessed a mysterious confusion at Fox Hills Westfield Mall at about 5:30 pm, and there is still no definitive evidence as to what happened or why. Some reports note that a fight that broke out on the upper level of the mall that then led to panic and pandemonium. A brawl that was estimated to involve as many as 50 teenagers quickly begat rumors of a man with a [...]

Ivy Station Construction Will Change Metro Parking – Lot Will Close in February

Ivy Station Construction Will Change Metro Parking – Lot Will Close in February

A community meeting on Thursday Jan, 5, 2016  gave Culver City locals a chance to get some information about the Lowe/Ivy Station development coming in this year. There was much discussion on the impact it will have on parking at the Culver City Metro Expo station. and many residents were on hand to ask questions about Metro parking during construction. While the developer will be paying for [...]

Mayor Jim B. Clarke Appointed to the National League of Cities Committee

Mayor Jim B. Clarke Appointed to the National League of Cities Committee

Culver City Mayor Jim B. Clarke, has been appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2017 Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations (FAIR) federal advocacy committee. This committee has the lead responsibility for developing NLC’s federal policy positions on issues involving national economic policy, general financial assistance programs, liability insurance, [...]

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