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Locals Brave the Chill to Train with Professional Runners for Screenland 5K

Locals Brave the Chill to Train with Professional Runners for Screenland 5K

Braving the winter chill, wind, rain and holiday shopping fatigue, 45 walkers and runners, ages seven to 70 participated in the first of weekly Sunday training sessions for the Screenland 5K event at the Culver City High School track.  Led by local professional trainer and triathlete Kirsten Bell and New York Marathon champion Rod Dixon, runners at all levels took the first foot forward to [...]

School Bond Update – Series B to Sell, Millions Still to be Spent

School Bond Update – Series B to Sell, Millions Still to be Spent

While the resolution on Safe Campuses took up most of the public attention at the CCUSD School Board meeting on November 22, 2016 it was not the only newsworthy slice of the evening. The update on the Measure CC School Bond was presented by David Kasner, and offered some very good investment news for the district. When the bond was approved in June of 2014 by more than 75% of the voters, it [...]

CC Women’s Club Delivers Donations to Vets

CC Women’s Club Delivers Donations to Vets

The Culver City Woman's Club delivered several huge bags of items donated by their members to the Veteran's Administration in honor of Veteran's Day. There were several items of new clothes, pairs of socks and lots of hygiene products to be given out to veterans in need. The Culver City Woman's Club is a non-profit social and philanthropic organization that supports a number of local charitable [...]

Wende Museum Translates Beverly Hills Mansion to GDR Embassy

Wende Museum Translates Beverly Hills Mansion to GDR Embassy

The ever clever folks at Culver City’s Wende Museum transformed a piece of SoCal capitalism into a German Democratic Republican display of the Cold War on a sunny Sunday. The colonnaded structure was open to visitors who toured the rooms, learned about the displays from docents and grazed on the generous buffet. The 12-year-old Wende Museum, currently housed in cramped quarters on Buckingham [...]

Screenland 5K Official Training on Nov. 27

Screenland 5K Official Training on Nov. 27

You enjoyed an extra helping of stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. Now, let's work off those turkey trimmings with New York Marathon champion and four-time Olympian Rod Dixon, Sunday, 4 pm, at Culver City High School track in a complimentary hour-long training session to prepare you for the once-in-a-century Screenland 5K. All ages and abilities are invited to the free weekly sessions [...]

CCPD Chief Bixby Addresses Community Concerns About Election

CCPD Chief Bixby Addresses Community Concerns About Election

Dear Community, Recently, we have received inquiries and comments from some of our community members expressing fears about the election results and its impact on our community, specifically as it relates to immigration enforcement and deportation. It is my intent with this message to ease the concerns of all of our community, but specifically the fears of the parents, children, and relatives [...]

Charley Hoult

Charley Hoult

Charles "Charley" Hoult passed away early this Wednesday morning at his home in Culver City. His wife, Janet Hoult shared with us that "Some of his CSULB students were here before the mortuary came to pick up his body. We dressed him in an Experimental Sounding Rocket Association shirt with a cap from Orbital ATK. Pastor Jim Maines from Grace Lutheran Church came over to pray with us yesterday [...]

School Board Votes for Courage and Kindness

School Board Votes for Courage and Kindness

While the agenda of the CCUSD School Board on Tuesday Nov. 22 was not controversial, it was both unexpected and outrageous; unexpected in that no one could have imagined a need to address these issues before the election, and outrageous in the urgent defense of policies that have long been on the books. Even problems with the microphones did not prevent the message from coming across loud and [...]

Dear Editor – Take the Styrofoam Survey

Dear Editor – Take the Styrofoam Survey

Dear Editor, I'm writing to encourage you to take this short City of Culver City survey and support Ballona Creek Renaissance's sensible proposal toward a polystyrene (aka Styrofoam-free) city!  www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQD8BF3. And by all means share it with colleagues, friends, and family! Based on the experience of Manhattan Beach and about 98 other California cities who have adopted [...]

Drought Updates from Golden State Water

Drought Updates from Golden State Water

As the Autumn season plays out, lawns in many communities throughout the state are gradually reviving back to green as customers take advantage of cooler temperatures and more flexible outdoor irrigation schedules to bring their landscapes back from dormancy. The green lawns, coupled with sporadic rain showers in the northern part of the state, certainly give the impression that the drought [...]

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