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KNX Radio at Culver Hotel – Mar. 9

KNX Radio at Culver Hotel – Mar. 9

Offering a full day of live broadcasts and events set for The Culver Hotel “KNX on Your Corner” will shine a spotlight on Culver City on Friday, March 9 as part of KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO’s in-depth look at Southern California’s diverse communities. Features and news stories dedicated to Culver City will highlight a full day of primetime programming that will emanate from The Culver Hotel, [...]

Fracking Meeting at Kenneth Hahn – Mar. 8

Fracking Meeting at Kenneth Hahn – Mar. 8

Months after an agreement to increase health and safety protection in the Baldwin Hills Oil Field, the largest contiguous urban oil field in the country, Plains Exploration & Production, the oil company in charge of the field, has begun "fracking"-a controversial practice that aims to access hard-to-reach deposits of oil and natural gas by enhanced drilling techniques that inject a mixture of [...]

Walk ‘n Roll Wednesday Strolls to Success

Walk ‘n Roll Wednesday Strolls to Success

With more than 150 students gathering this Wednesday March 7 to walk, ride and roll to El Marino, Jim Shanman considered it a success. "We had about three times as many kids as we had last time." Shanman is the idea man behind Walk 'n Rollers, an organization getting more kids to burn calories and not gasoline getting to school. Cards were counted, and the class with the most walkers was [...]

Dear Editor- Let’s Not Lose Sight of the Best Interests of the Children

Dear Editor- Let’s Not Lose Sight of the Best Interests of the Children

Dear Editor, David Mielke’s opinion piece reminds us that it is the union’s job to advocate for its members. That’s a good thing and he should continue.   However, it is our job as parents to advocate for our children.  And that’s a good thing too.  Hopefully, the School Board too will keep its focus on what is best for our children throughout this process. So, I would like to [...]

Opening Day for Culver City Little League

Opening Day for Culver City Little League

   Celebrating its 55th year, Culver City Little League held its Opening Day Ceremonies this past Saturday, March 3. Since 1957, Culver City Little League has been an anchor of the Culver City community as the only Little League-sanctioned program for boys and girls in Culver City and neighboring communities. Culver City Little League operates as an all-volunteer program, relying on the support [...]

LACBC’s “Tour de Taste” Got the Best of Both Worlds

LACBC’s “Tour de Taste” Got the Best of Both Worlds

The crowd of cycling enthusiasts who gathered on Parcel B early on Sunday March 4 were mostly folks who had already put in a good ride just getting to Culver City. The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition chose Culver as their start point for the "Tour de Taste" not just for our great bikeways, but because of our culinary fame. Bike Coalition organizer JJ Hoffman noted "We do so much on the [...]

AVPA Artists Win Gold Key Awards

AVPA Artists Win Gold Key Awards

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is a nation-wide arts competition open to all high school students across the nation. Culver City High School (CCHS) art students from the CCHS Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) have been recognized for their exceptional talent in the visual arts. Edna Vogel Amezcua, Michelle Bac, Camille Clair, and Ahin Ju have earned “Gold Key” awards, the [...]

Kids Scoop Media “Ask 2 Know” Forum on Mar. 14

Kids Scoop Media “Ask 2 Know” Forum on Mar. 14

Kid Scoop Media invites Culver City students of all ages to activate their political power on Wednesday, March 14 by attending this special Culver City Council Candidate's Forum geared specifically for kids & teens. ASK 2 KNOW is a special evening of civic action and family fun at The Actor's Gang, one of Culver City's premier theater arts centers. This event provides an opportunity for [...]

El Rincon Hawaiian Book Fair Mar. 12 -16

El Rincon Hawaiian Book Fair Mar. 12 -16

Could you be thinking of a way to have fun, get some great lit, and support your community all at the same time? Here's an answer - El Rincon Elementary School will hold its Hawaiian-themed Spring Book Fair on March 12-16 in the El Rincon Library, culminating with a Fun Family Luau on Friday evening, March 16. The event, held in conjunction with book publisher Scholastic, is the perfect [...]

Sahli-Wells Gets Endorsements

Sahli-Wells Gets Endorsements

Meghan Sahli-Wells recently won prized endorsements from Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Culver City Democratic Club, Culver City Employees Association, LA County Democratic Party, National Women’s Political Caucus Los Angeles Westside, and Southern California Americans for Democratic Action. "As the City’s representative on the Board of Supervisors, I know the issues facing Culver City and [...]

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