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El Rincon and Salvation Army Partner for Holiday Help

El Rincon and Salvation Army Partner for Holiday Help

El Rincon Elementary School PTA has partnered with The Salvation Army to provide holiday assistance to local area families in need.  Now through December 14, please bring donations to the school to help families in Culver City and beyond to have what they need. Requested food donations include canned fruits, vegetables, tuna, chicken, chicken broth, cranberry sauce, cream of mushroom soup, boxed [...]

Crime Blotter – Burglary, Robbery and Vandalism

Crime Blotter – Burglary, Robbery and Vandalism

Crime Blotter for November 20th through the 26th. Commercial Burglary: On November 20, 2012 at 11:20 am, officers responded to the 11800 block of Washington Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he rented the storage unit back in May and left the unit locked and secured. When he arrived on November 20th discovered the [...]

AVPA Artist Wins First Place

AVPA Artist Wins First Place

Winners of the “2012 Visual Arts: California State Park Art Contest” (L-R) Stefana Gloginic, Ariana Pacino, Kate Johannesen (First Place Winner) - photo credit - Geoff Maleman Kate Johannesen, 12th Grade, from The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts at Culver City High School has been awarded First Place for her painting titled, “Leo Carrillo State Beach” by The LegiSchool [...]

Santa’s Schedule for CC – Naughty or Nice, Be There!

Santa’s Schedule for CC – Naughty or Nice, Be There!

On top of supervising the elves, wrapping presents, feeding reindeer and making sure the sleigh is up for the big trip, Santa has a lot to do in Culver City this month. Here are the official tour dates for the Culver City Police Officer’s Association Santa Sleigh 2012 Tour. Ho, ho, ho ! Thursday, December 6th: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Downtown Plaza – Tree Lighting Ceremony Friday December [...]

Baking Anyone? Call for Competition Casting at CBS

Baking Anyone? Call for Competition Casting at CBS

Are you a passionate amateur baker? Do you have a list of Christmas cookies that would make Santa stop at your house first? Is the baking stone the Rosetta Stone of your kitchen ?  You may be the perfect candidate for an exciting new competition baking series on CBS! Amateur skilled bakers will compete against one another in baking challenges that will test every aspect of their baking [...]

Historical Society to Present “Ince” Bio Author

Historical Society to Present “Ince” Bio Author

A “Meet and Greet” with author Brian Taves, film archivist with the Library of Congress since 1990, will be hosted by the Culver City Historical Society on Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. in the Archives and Resource Center. Taves’ book, Thomas Ince Hollywood’s Independent Pioneer, the first ever written about Ince’s life, describes how he revolutionized the motion picture industry [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Hunger is a funny thing. We tend to think that it’s all physical, but it’s not. I know some of you are thinking right now, “What is she thinking about? Of course hunger is physical.” But hunger for many of us is deeply rooted into feelings of having or being enough. And the fact is that we often don’t feel that we have enough or that we are enough, so hence we are hungry. It’s not [...]

Quakes and Fracking – SoCalConnected Follow Up

Quakes and Fracking – SoCalConnected Follow Up

Not all quakes are the work of Mother Nature. On Tuesday, November 26, SoCal Connected correspondent Jennifer London updates last season’s investigation into fracking, the controversial drilling procedure of extracting oil and gas by injecting highly pressurized water, sand and chemicals into cracks and then re-injecting waste water back into the earth, and how it may be responsible for [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Will the Overland Avenue/Culver Blvd. area become known for housing the newest cultural cluster in Culver City? Now that the city council has approved a 75-year lease agreement with the Wende Museum for the old Armory property (no longer used as a National Guard facility or winter night housing for the homeless), it will be neighbors with not only the Culver City Historical Society Archive & [...]

Just A Thought – Sleeping With Gratitude

Just A Thought – Sleeping With Gratitude

I slept in a bed. It's still absolutely awesome. One of the strange gifts of age is that time seems to pass so quickly, the theory of relativity is not just theory. Time flies whether you are having fun or not. Of course, having kids does that as well; mine seem to be discussing their Hallowe'en costumes on the Fourth of July and planning the next birthday party before the cake is finished. (I [...]

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