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Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Did Mars ever have life? Does it still? A meteorite from Mars has reignited the old debate. An international team that includes scientists from Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland) has published a paper in the scientific journal Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences, showing that Martian life is more probable than previously thought. “So far, there is no other theory that we find [...]

‘Backpacks’ Program Food Drive @ Pavilions Dec. 13 & 14

‘Backpacks’ Program Food Drive @ Pavilions Dec. 13 & 14

The CCUSD Backpacks for Kids Program will hold a food drive from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on December 13 and 14 at the Pavilions supermarket at 11030 Jefferson Boulevard. The store is setting up a display with needed food items, and the program will have collection tables outside the store. Organizers are also soliciting gift cards for groceries as well as for Subway or other fast food chains to give to [...]

PRCS Lights The Tower with Class Demos – John Heyl

PRCS Lights The Tower with Class Demos – John Heyl

Culver City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Division Shotokan Karate class members joined dee-Lightful Productions and Ms. Caroline's Ballet & Tap students in the 2014 Tower Lighting Recital at Veterans Memorial Auditorium following the Tower Lighting ceremony. Shotokan Karate class members have participated in the annual event since 1997. Demonstration was under the direction of [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

​Dear Jethro We are getting ready for the big talent show. It’s gonna be awesome. People are gonna freak when they see us eat a leaf while holding a shoulder stand and twerking upside down. Our choreography is totally on point. We’ve been practicing every day for months. But there’s this one girl in our group who is a total diva, just because she has two extra back legs. She insists on [...]

Feng Shui Transitions – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui Transitions – Janet Mitsui Brown

Hello Joy of Feng Shui friends, The last month of 2014 is finally here, and I’m sure you are filled with thoughts of celebration, gift giving, and cheer. Or not. Life isn’t a fairy tale – and the reality is we all have our yin and yang years. So whatever it is, just go with it, because it can change in a moment. This year has been full of transitions for me… and I am finally putting [...]

City to Donate Paramedic Vehicle to Sister City Urupan

City to Donate Paramedic Vehicle to Sister City Urupan

On May 12, 2014, the City Council of the City of Culver City authorized the donation of one of the City’s decommissioned paramedic vehicles to the Fire Department in Uruapan, Mexico, in coordination with the Culver City Sister City Committee (CCSCC). On Monday, December 8, 2014, the City will officially transfer the decommissioned 2003 Freightliner ambulance and miscellaneous medical [...]

CicLAvia Gets $400,000 from Anonymous Donor

CicLAvia Gets $400,000 from Anonymous Donor

An anonymous donor has contributed $400,000 to Los Angeles' increasingly popular CicLAvia bike festival to help keep the periodic event going next year, organizers said Sunday. The announcement was made as the event, in its 11th incarnation, took place for the first time in South Los Angeles, on a six-mile stretch along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard extending from Leimert Park to Central [...]

CHC Director Galloway-Gillam Passes; Visionary for Health Equity

CHC Director Galloway-Gillam Passes; Visionary for Health Equity

The founder and Executive Director of the Community Health Council, Lark Gallloway-Gillam has died, leaving an organization and a legacy affecting the entire community of Los Angeles. From the CHC - "It is with heavy hearts that we announce that our founder, visionary, and Executive Director, Lark Galloway-Gilliam passed away this week following complications from a long-fought illness. Lark [...]

Annenberg Withdraws Funding for Proposed Ballona Wetland Development

Annenberg Withdraws Funding for Proposed Ballona Wetland Development

The Annenberg Foundation withdrew its proposal this past Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014  for up to $45 million in funding to develop one of Los Angeles County’s last remaining natural wetlands in Playa del Rey. The proposal would have brought funds to develop Ballona Wetlands, a 640-acre expanse of undeveloped marshland that has suffered from decades of environmental degradation due to surrounding [...]

New Scholarships Funded by Bandai

New Scholarships Funded by Bandai

The Culver City Community Scholarship Fund will give twelve new scholarships in 2015, thanks to a $6,000 grant from the Bandai Foundation, a nonprofit organization established by Bandai, the Japanese toy and video game company, as a way to give back to the community that has made its products successful in the United States. The Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit [...]

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