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Hearing to Explore Low Voter Turnout

Hearing to Explore Low Voter Turnout

Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, chair, Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee and Senator Ben Allen, chair, Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee will co-chair a legislative oversight hearing tomorrow morning in downtown Los Angeles to examine possible causes of low voter turnout in Los Angeles County elections. Assembly Member Ridley-Thomas said, [...]

El Rincon’s “Random Acts of Kindness Week” – Kathy Macaraeg

El Rincon’s “Random Acts of Kindness Week” – Kathy Macaraeg

El Rincon Elementary School celebrated “Random Acts of Kindness Week,” February 10 – 13. During that week, students were encouraged to think about the special ways they could practice kindness towards others, themselves and the community. For each act of kindness, they turned in a leaf to fill in the Kindness Tree in the school auditorium. In addition to morning assemblies focused on [...]

CCUSD Essay Winner to Conduct at Music Festival – Feb. 17

CCUSD Essay Winner to Conduct at Music Festival – Feb. 17

It's a gifted student who can wield a pen with as much grace as a conductor's baton, and Malaika Stambler is just that gifted. The winning essay is by an eighth grade clarinetist with the CCMS Symphonic Winds, and she will be conducting "Stars and Stripes Forever" as part of the District Music Festival on Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Robert Frost Auditorium at 7 pm. Admission is free, and both the [...]

LWV Meeting Tues. Feb. 17 @ Senior Center to Focus on March 3 Election

LWV Meeting Tues. Feb. 17 @ Senior Center to Focus on March 3 Election

The League of Women Voters will talk about the March 3 election -- a 'puzzlement' to many Culver City voters who often stay home on the first Tuesday in March because they don't feel well enough informed to vote. CC Chapter President Frances Talbott-White will present a brief demonstration of how to use smartvoter.org to get targeted information about this and other elections. We will see [...]

Too Much Jet Noise? (Hold On – What Did You Say ?)

Too Much Jet Noise? (Hold On – What Did You Say ?)

The City of Culver City will be hosting a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 from 6 to 8 pm to hear from the community in regard to the impact of flight noise from Los Angeles International Airport. The meeting will be held at the Rotunda Room of the Veterans Memorial Building. Panelists will include Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, City Councilmember Jim Clarke and local representatives to the FAA [...]

Spider-Man Swings Back into Marvel

Spider-Man Swings Back into Marvel

Kevin Feige, president of Disney’s Marvel Studios, and Amy Pascal, the outgoing co-Chairman of Sony Pictures, will co- produce the next “Spider-Man” movie for release in July 2017, according to a statement from the Culver City unit of Sony on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 . The superhero will appear earlier in an unnamed Marvel film, and the companies will look for ways to bring other Marvel [...]

CCUSD Reminder – Measles Info and Vaccines Available

CCUSD Reminder – Measles Info and Vaccines Available

As you may know, Southern California is currently experiencing a measles outbreak. Culver City Unified School District cares about the health and safety of our students, employees, parents and local community. Therefore, we feel compelled to share some important information about what CCUSD is doing to protect our students and staff. As you are aware, measles is a highly contagious airborne [...]

Komatsu Heads to National Spelling Bee

Komatsu Heads to National Spelling Bee

Culver City Middle School student Cooper Komatsu, 12, a two-time winner in the history of the Culver City Unified School District Spelling Bee is now taking his talents to the national level. The road to the Scripps title is different from the CCUSD event, which is for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders, while the Scripps National Spelling Bee is open to those 15 and under and in eighth-grade [...]

Ehrlich Architects Win Coveted AIA Award

Ehrlich Architects Win Coveted AIA Award

The Board of Directors of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) voted February 9, 2015 for Ehrlich Architects to receive the 2015 AIA Architecture Firm Award. Culver City knows Ehrlich best for his work on the Kirk Douglas Theater, but his work on Culver City is far from over. Two large-scale projects in the Downtown District are currently underway. Parcel B, located at 9300 Culver [...]

Non-Profit Volunteer Day @ CCHS Gives Students the Place to Sign Up

Non-Profit Volunteer Day @ CCHS Gives Students the Place to Sign Up

February 6, 2015 was a special day at CCHS. This is the second year that City Council member Jim Clarke has organized 'Non-Profit Volunteer Day' at the Culver City High School Campus to offer students a way to connect with organizations that can get them started on the joys of volunteering. "We have 25 non-profit organizations participating - five more than last year - and the entire student [...]

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