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Voting by Mail – Deadline for Requests

Voting by Mail – Deadline for Requests

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean Logan reminds L.A. County voters to request a Vote by Mail ballot by Tuesday, Oct. 29 for the Nov. 5, 2013 Local and Municipal Consolidated Elections. The application period for Vote by Mail ballots begins today. The RR/CC began mailing approximately 500,000 Vote by Mail ballots to voters today. Requesting a Vote by Mail [...]

Who Is Counting the Cost? Fracking Falls Under the Radar

Who Is Counting the Cost? Fracking Falls Under the Radar

Last month, a Colorado man braved the floods to take pictures of swamped oil and gas drilling sites. Why did he put himself in danger? He didn't trust the companies that operate the sites — or the underfunded media — to document the damage at the state's oil and gas facilities. His actions are symptomatic of a broader problem with the national debate over fracking. Citizens are hungry for [...]

League of Women Voters – New Venue @ Senior Center

League of Women Voters – New Venue @ Senior Center

Wednesday October 9 at 3:00pm will be the first LWV Culver City Unit meeting at the Culver City Senior Center (4095 Overland Ave., at the corner of Culver Blvd). People will gather just inside the back door and proceed together to the conference room. Most of the Units of LWV Los Angeles are not meeting separately in October. Instead, they are sending their members and friends to a special [...]

Proud Sensei Heyl Awards Black Belt for Rao

Proud Sensei Heyl Awards Black Belt for Rao

Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department Enrichment Class student Elizabeth Rao was presented her Sho-Dan (1st Degree Black Belt) rank by Chief Instructor John Heyl during the Shotokan Karate-Do Class’s annual Beach Training at Dockweiler Beach, October 5th 2013. Ms. Rao is a dedicated academic student, making time not only for her study of Japanese Shotokan Karate-Do [...]

Mike’s Meditations – Mike King

Mike’s Meditations – Mike King

In November Culver City voters will be going to the polls to elect three board members to the Culver City Unified School District. This year there are seven  people on the Ballot. Karlo Silbiger and Kathy Paspalis (both are currently incumbents), Sue Robbins, Steve Levin, Vernon Taylor, Robert Zirgulis and Claudia [...]

Thumbs Up! It’s Time for IndieCade!

Thumbs Up! It’s Time for IndieCade!

What's faster than a speeding hedgehog, more powerful than a wrecking Ralph, able to leap tall piles of pixels in a single click? It's IndieCade! The IndieCade Festival celebrates independent video (and other) games, those who make and play them and the interactive entertainment industry. Events include a professional conference track, the student Game U track, business networking, social [...]

Lin Howe Students Will Dance/Walk to School Oct. 9

Lin Howe Students Will Dance/Walk to School Oct. 9

Linwood E. Howe Elementary School is pleased to announce the return of their highly successful Dance/Walk to School day. This year, our Dance/Walk to School event will occur on October 9, 2013 and will coincide with International Walk to School Day. On this day Linwood E. Howe students will be joining students around the world in walking and biking to school. However, Linwood Howe students are [...]

Chabola Stadium – Oct. 4

Chabola Stadium – Oct. 4

Culver City High School will rename its newly renovated stadium Jerry Chabola Stadium to honor the school’s longtime athletic director in a halftime ceremony during the October 4 home game versus Bishop Amat High School. The Centaurs will also retire the No. 5 jersey of Michael Bumpus, who was named the CIF Division X Player of the Year in 2003. Chabola graduated from St. Mary’s College of [...]

INDIECADE Previews ‘Interference’ @ Track 16 – Oct. 2

INDIECADE Previews ‘Interference’ @ Track 16 – Oct. 2

Join us for the opening reception of the North American premiere of Interference, a large-scale, physical game installation by architect Nathalie Pozzi and game designer Eric Zimmerman. Interference will be exhibited at Track 16 Gallery and is presented in partnership with USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative and IndieCade 2013, The International Festival of Independent [...]

Safe Routes Gets Budget Increase from Brown

Safe Routes Gets Budget Increase from Brown

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is thrilled to share big news from Sacramento, after a year of hard work by advocates and concerns about major changes to Safe Routes to School: Walking and bicycling projects will receive a 35 percent boost in state funding through legislation signed by Governor Jerry Brown last week. The bill establishes a new Active Transportation Program [...]

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