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Local History Gets Rolling with Scavenger Hunt/Car Rally

Local History Gets Rolling with Scavenger Hunt/Car Rally

Where else but in “The Heart of Screenland” can you drive around the city, search for certain locations and learn about Culver City history all at the same time? The Culver City Historical Society invites you to join the fun when it presents its second vintage Scavenger Hunt/Car Rally fundraiser on Sunday, September 21, from 3-6 p.m. “Participants will start at the Society’s Archives [...]

Sony Creates New Literary VP Post

Sony Creates New Literary VP Post

Ryan Doherty has joined Sony Pictures Entertainment in the newly-created position of Vice President, Literary Development, it was announced September 3, 2014 by Doug Belgrad, president of Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group. Doherty will be pursuing book-to-film-and-television opportunities for all content divisions across Sony Pictures Entertainment, including Columbia Pictures, Tom [...]

Democracy School – Sept. 12 & 13

Democracy School – Sept. 12 & 13

On Friday & Saturday, September 12th and 13th of 2014, Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community will be sponsoring a Daniel Pennock Democracy School with grant funding from the Liberty Hill Foundation. What is the Daniel Pennock Democracy School? The Daniel Pennock Democracy School is a stimulating and illuminating course that teaches citizens and activists how to reframe single issue [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

The Impressionist movement of the late 19th century takes its name from French artist Claude Monet’s moody, dreamlike painting “Impression, Soleil Levant” (“Impression, Sunrise”). Now, Texas State University astronomer and physics professor Donald Olson has applied his distinctive brand of celestial sleuthing to Monet’s masterpiece, uncovering new details about the painting’s [...]

Hoult Joins Disability Advisory Committee

Hoult Joins Disability Advisory Committee

Established by the City Council to provide advice on matters affecting persons with disabilities in the community, the Disability Advisory Committee has welcomed a new member, Dr. Janet Cameron Hoult, a professor emerita from CSULA., (pictured left with CSULA colleague Jaime Regalado) Dealing with her own disabilities has given her a deeper understanding of what we as a community need to do to [...]

Will CC Biz Get an Internet Revolution?

Will CC Biz Get an Internet Revolution?

Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong is urging Culver City officials to install fiber Internet at five business districts, including one where his company is located. City leaders are considering a plan that would offer Internet speeds of up to 1 gigabyte per second to business customers, at rates that are much cheaper than what is currently available. According to a city-sponsored study, the plan [...]

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Hey Jethro, Me and some old college buddies used to sing on campus all the time; at registration, at Frat rushes, at parties where pretty girls in tight sweaters would swoon as we sang “Under The Boardwalk” and “My Girl.” It’s been a while, but we are thinking of getting the group back together and cutting a demo to see if we could get a record deal. Is it still Kosher to send a [...]

Culver Hotel to Celebrate 90 Years with ‘Prohibition Ball’

Culver Hotel to Celebrate 90 Years with ‘Prohibition Ball’

How long has the most notable building in downtown been the place to be? The Culver Hotel, whose triangle-shape was inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York City, is celebrating it's 90th birthday this weekend with 'roaring  20s' themed Prohibition Ball. The charm filled hotel opened on  Sept. 4, 1924 and has had many kinds of fame since then, most notably the best walk-to-work address [...]

Transition to Offer “Laundry to Landscape” Greywater Workshop Sept. 6

Transition to Offer “Laundry to Landscape” Greywater Workshop Sept. 6

Greywater is a powerful way to address our drought problem. Join Transition Culver City to learn how to set up an easy DIY laundry to landscape system that is effective and legal. Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014  from 1 pm- 4 pm at a Culver City private residence. To rsvp go to transitionculvercity@gmail.com Greywater defined as wastewater generated from wash hand basins, showers and baths, which can [...]

Safe Routes to School – Jim Shanman

Safe Routes to School – Jim Shanman

Ahh, back to school time. New clothes. New books. New teachers. How about some new habits? I have a dream. A dream where every child walks, bikes, skates or scoots to school every day. Some with parents, some with friends, some on their own. No cars. No pollution. Lots of healthy, active kids doing better in school because they are arriving at school on time, energized and ready to roll having [...]

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