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Downtown This Wednesday June 18 – Celebrate the Summer with Electric Lemonade

Downtown This Wednesday June 18 – Celebrate the Summer with Electric Lemonade

The temperature is rising and the fun is heating up in Downtown Culver City. Check in at Melrose Mac or Lundeen’s Gifts and pick up your “Third Wednesday Passport” with a list of participating restaurants, bars and retail establishments – then get it stamped each time you cool off with a sample of Hard Lemonade (virgin options available for the under-21 set). Stop by the Kirk Douglas [...]

Save the Date – June 23 Will See Discussion of Oil Field Plan

Save the Date – June 23 Will See Discussion of Oil Field Plan

Got any thought about living next to the largest urban oil field in the country? Save the date for June 23... The Culver City Council’s consideration of a Resolution of Intention to initiate a Specific Plan for the Culver City Portion of the Inglewood Oil Field. The initiation of a Specific Plan would be the first step in the formal process to consider for adoption oil drilling regulations [...]

CCEF Adds to the Board, Celebrates New President

CCEF Adds to the Board, Celebrates New President

As the Culver City Education Foundation looks to the close of the school year, a few important changes. After Marci Shulman's three years of great leadership, the organization is pleased to welcome Judy Blake as the new leader. As you can see, Judy is small, but she carries a big gavel! In addition, the board was expanded by adding in three highly regarded members of our community as [...]

Culver City Bus to Offer Free Rides on 19th

Culver City Bus to Offer Free Rides on 19th

Culver CityBus will be celebrating the nationwide Dump the Pump Day by offering FREE rides to all passengers on June 19th. Dump the Pump Day was started by the American Public Transportation Association in June 2006 when gas prices reached their highest level at that time ($3 per gallon). This is a national day when emphasis is placed on public transportation as a travel option that saves [...]

Summer Music Series to Begin July 10 with Cajun Zydeco

Summer Music Series to Begin July 10 with Cajun Zydeco

Summer breezes… an intimate courtyard… free parking… and great music. Escape to Culver City for the 2014 Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival. Boulevard Music presents 6 free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 10 through August 14 in the palm-lined courtyard of Culver City City Hall. Become an entry level sponsor by purchasing one of the 100 premium reserved seats [...]

Little Steps Down From West Basin for Dear New President

Little Steps Down From West Basin for Dear New President

On Wednesday, May 28, the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Board of Directors elected new officers as a result of the retirement of its current President and long-time Division IV Board member Edward C. Little. Taking over as Board President is Donald L. Dear, former Vice President. Gloria Gray was elected the new Vice President, Ronald C. (Ron) Smith remains the Treasurer, and [...]

New Venue, Same Fun – 4th of July Fireworks @ WLA College

New Venue, Same Fun – 4th of July Fireworks @ WLA College

After a year of absence, the Culver City Exchange Club’s annual 4th of July Fireworks Show will resume at West Los Angeles College on the evening of Friday, July 4. Gates open at 4:00 pm and fireworks begin at dusk. In prior years, the event was held at Culver City High School. However, construction last year and this year at the high school necessitated a change of venue. As in years [...]

CCMS Seussical Wins 3 National Youth Theater Awards

CCMS Seussical Wins 3 National Youth Theater Awards

The CCMS Student-Run Production of Seussical the Musical has garnered three National Youth Arts Awards and one additional nomination!! Isabella Bustanoby won Outstanding Lead Actress for her dynamic performance of The Cat in the Hat, Isa Berliner won for Outstanding Direction and the entire cast won for Outstanding Ensemble. Additionally, Ryann McDowell was nominated for her hilarious [...]

District Applauds Measure CC Success

District Applauds Measure CC Success

Supporters of Measure CC, the bond issue that will help address the significant facility needs throughout all of Culver City Unified School District's 10 school sites, celebrated the measure's overwhelming passage by Culver City voters on Tuesday, June 3. Measure CC garnered 76 percent of the vote. It needed just 55 percent to pass. "We are incredibly grateful for the overwhelming support [...]

La Playa Pre-School Co-op 3rd Annual ‘Alex’s Lemonade Stand’ – June 6

La Playa Pre-School Co-op 3rd Annual ‘Alex’s Lemonade Stand’ – June 6

The children of La Playa Cooperative Nursery School have squeezed their hearts out and made lemonade to sell in order to raise money to fight pediatric cancer. Come out and buy a glass, support our kids and give to a fantastic cause. Come by Lindberg Park between 10:30 and noon on Friday June 6 and have a cold one. You'll be adding in to a foundation that has spent the last decade working on this [...]

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