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Workshop? Bikeshop? Walkshop? Culver City Wants Your Take on the TOD

Workshop? Bikeshop? Walkshop? Culver City Wants Your Take on the TOD

As Culver City focuses on the future, getting input from residents is vital. Getting out of our cars to create a place where more of us walk than drive is the idea of the Transit Oriented Development District. Taking this on, foot by foot, will help the city planners to make it what it needs to be. Think of the Highline in NYC, the Riverwalk in San Antonio, or any of dozens of plazas and [...]

Kirk Douglas Theater Will Kick Off ‘Spamilton’ National Tour

Kirk Douglas Theater Will  Kick Off ‘Spamilton’ National Tour

Center Theatre Group will produce the West Coast premiere of the hit musical parody “Spamilton” at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Presented as part of Center Theatre Group’s 2017-2018 season at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, “Spamilton” will run November 5 through December 31, 2017, with opening set for November 12. The production will launch a national tour with additional cities and dates to be [...]

Mauro Caputo In Memoriam: A Retrospective – Paintings & Tapestry

Mauro Caputo In Memoriam: A Retrospective – Paintings & Tapestry

The current exhibit at West Los Angeles College is particularly special to the campus as it features the work of Mauro Caputo, an award-winning graphic designer and long-time West art instructor. A reception, free to the public, will be held in the Fine Arts Gallery on Thursday, April 13 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. The show runs April 10 – May 4 and is curated by art dealer, lecturer and radio [...]

LA County Board of Supervisors Votes for Inclusion in the Arts

LA County Board of Supervisors Votes for Inclusion in the Arts

This week, the LA County Board of Supervisors made history and voted unanimously to approve all 13 recommendations to address Cultural Equity and Inclusion in the Arts. Co-sponsored by Supervisors Hilda Solis and Mark Ridley-Thomas, the initiative created a truly a historic moment, with 45 advocates offering public testimony in favor of passage of the recommendations. In addition, Supervisor [...]

Sacramento Introduces Support for Elections

Sacramento Introduces Support for Elections

The California Association of Clerks and Election Officials applauds legislative efforts through the recently proposed Voting Modernization Bond Act of 2018 (AB 668) and a special report that puts potential ongoing state funding and support for elections at the forefront in the state. “With the introduction of AB 668, the state has an opportunity to create a path forward for counties to [...]

A Few Clicks About Not Clicking – Please Click

A Few Clicks About Not Clicking – Please Click

Did you vote on March 7th? Really? Lots and lots of people who voted in November simply didn't show up in March. Statistics from the LA County Registrar say that 83% of the voters sat this one out. We have a survey here to find out why. This survey is for Los Angeles County, so even if you are not registered in Culver City, it's still valid. And absolutely anonymous. The purpose of the survey [...]

Washington Boulevard Development Begins to Clear Space

Washington Boulevard Development Begins to Clear Space

According to UrbanizeLA.com, demolition is now beginning on a vacant stretch of commercial buildings at 11924-11960 W. Washington Boulevard, the first visible signs of progress on a new mixed-use development in Culver City. The project, which sits directly on the Los Angeles-Culver City border, would consist of a five-story building featuring 97 studio and one-bedroom apartments above 15,000 [...]

Step Up and Serve – Commission, Committee and Board Appointments Now Open

Step Up and Serve – Commission, Committee and Board Appointments Now Open

The City Clerk’s Office is pleased to announce the application period for 2017 Culver City Commission, Committee, and Board appointments. Applications will be accepted by the City Clerk’s Office through Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Late applications may not be accepted. Eighteen openings are available on the following bodies: Civil Service Commission (1); Committee on Homelessness [...]

Justice Reforms for Youth Pass Key Sacramento Committee

Justice Reforms for Youth Pass Key Sacramento Committee

Supporters of sweeping reforms of how California’s criminal justice system treats youths and young adults won another round today as the sixth measure in a seven-bill package that has passed its initial policy review. In addition, a companion measure that had been referred to a second policy committee for review won approval for the second time in as many weeks. “I’m grateful to [...]

Sister Cities to be Honored at HSA with PTA Golden Oak Award

Sister Cities to be Honored at HSA with PTA Golden Oak Award

The Annual PTA Honorary Service Awards will be happening this month, and the Culver City Sister City Committee will be awarded the prestigious Golden Oak Award recognizing CCSCC for outstanding service to the youth of Culver City. Ms. Maren Neufeld,(far right) the Culver City Council PTA President was at the Culver City Sister cities Committee meeting on April 5 at the Dan Patacchia Room in City [...]

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