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Safe Routes to School Needs Your Ideas

Safe Routes to School Needs Your Ideas

For over two years, we've heard that Los Angeles County lacks a strategic approach to investing in walking and biking and a truly multi-modal transportation network. July 16th is your opportunity to share that with the Metro board directly. Please join us at the Metro Board Room on Wednesday July 16th at 2:15 pm for the Planning and Programming Committee meeting to show support for creating an [...]

CC Dem Club to Host Annual Independence Day Picnic

CC Dem Club to Host Annual Independence Day Picnic

All are welcome to the Culver City Democratic Club Annual Independence Day Picnic and BBQ! You and your friends and families are invited to join the Culver City Democratic Club's annual Indepenence Day event.  Friday July 4th (I'll bet you already knew that ) at Blanco Park 5801 Sawtelle near Sepulveda Blvd Culver City 90230 from 10:30am-3:30pm Please bring something to be grilled and [...]

The Creation of Culver City High School and First Graduating Class of ’53

The Creation of Culver City High School and First Graduating Class of ’53

Can it be 60 plus years since the first class graduated from Culver City High School in 1953? Yes, the class often called “the first class in and the first class out” is the topic for the next general meeting of the Culver City Historical Society on Wednesday, July 16, 2014, at 7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room in the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Ave. in Culver City. A trip [...]

Expo Bike Path Improvements Continue

Expo Bike Path Improvements Continue

As cyclists eagerly await completion of the Expo Bikeway from Culver City to Santa Monica, some fixes are ongoing to the maligned-but-improving Phase I bike path, according to LA Streesblog. LADOT has improved safety markings where the Expo bikeway crosses the railroad tracks, at the intersection of Exposition Blvd., Gramercy Pl., and Rodeo Rd. In 2012, before the Expo Bicycle Advisory [...]

Sierra Club to Host Urban Beekeepers HoneyLove on July 10

Sierra Club to Host Urban Beekeepers HoneyLove on July 10

How important are bees? The Sierra Club wants you to get educated, because it's more than just honey. Thursday, July 10 from 7 to 9 (in the Garden Room, of course) at the Vets Memorial Auditorium. Chelsea McFarland will give a brief overview of honey bees in the city, an introduction to HoneyLove.org and how to get involved. Husband and wife team Rob and Chelsea McFarland started HoneyLove as [...]

Lin Howe Sends Winners to Special Olympics

Lin Howe Sends Winners to Special Olympics

Two Linwood E. Howe students recently competed in the 2014 Special Olympics Summer Games Invitational held at USC. More than 1,500 athletes and 300 coaches traveled from all over Southern California and over 200 international athletes attended. Both Lin Howe athletes participated in gymnastics events. Maya Shulman, fifth grade, (pictured at right) won 5 gold medals for bars, beam, floor, vault [...]

The Parents Place Legislative Update – Time for Lunch?

The Parents Place Legislative Update – Time for Lunch?

We've heard from many parents who feel that their children don't have enough time to eat lunch at school and that it impacts their health and performance. The California Legislature is considering a bill (AB2449) to address the issue. It would require that school districts allow every student at least 20 minutes to eat after they have been served. For those concerned about the fiscal impact of [...]

Season Ends for Little League – Scott Zeidman

Season Ends for Little League  – Scott Zeidman

The Culver City Little League 9-10 year old All Star team started out with 14 boys of varying abilities.  The players came from two different levels and nine different teams.  They had previously experienced different coaching and demonstrated different skill sets.  Only four had ever participated in a Little League All Star tournament previously.  Their competition included nine other teams, [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council June 23

Meeting in a Minute – City Council June 23

Here are some highlights from t he City Council meeting of June 23, 2014. At this meeting, the City Council: Approved a two-year extension to the professional services agreement with Marina Landscape to provide landscape maintenance services and additional, as-needed services on a contingency basis for a term ending on June 30, 2016 in an amount not-to-exceed $548,509.50. Adopted [...]

Culver City All Stars Move Ahead in District 25 – Scott Zeidman

Culver City All Stars Move Ahead in District 25 – Scott Zeidman

The Culver City Little League 10U team advanced to the District 25 Winner’s Bracket semifinals with victories on Sunday and Monday. On Sunday, the Culver City 10 U team defeated City of Angels 9-8 in a thrilling walk off victory. On Monday, the Culver City 10 U team blasted Santa Monica West 20-5 en route to the semifinals. Culver City jumped out to an 8-4 lead against City of Angels behind [...]

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