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School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

School Board Notes – Kourtney Brodnax

It was standing room only this past Tuesday Dec 11th at the school district office. Many Culver High seniors were in attendance as they observed the panel of board members to fulfill their yearly government class participation requirements, alongside proud elementary and middle school families because that night was a special one. The American Citizenship Awards were presented to a total of [...]

Fineschriber Foundation “Instrumental” in Helping Music @ CCUSD

Fineschriber Foundation “Instrumental” in Helping Music @ CCUSD

At the school board meeting on Tuesday, December 11th, CCEF Executive Director Leslie Adler and music teachers Paul Witt (CCMS) and Tony Spano (CCHS) announced two extraordinary new grants from The Fineshriber Family Foundation. Marcia Antepol, President of the Foundation spoke passionately of her commitment to CCUSD and CCEF. The first grant is for over $36,000, and demonstrates The [...]

Crime Blotter – Broken Window

Crime Blotter – Broken Window

Crime Blotter Residential Burglary: On December 5, 2012 at 7:45 am, officers responded to the 4100 block of Sawtelle Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; she left her residence locked and secured at 10:30 am and returned at 7:10 pm and discovered her living room had been ransacked. She them checked the rest of the residence [...]

Upward Bound House Gets a White Christmas – Today !

Upward Bound House Gets a White Christmas – Today !

Santa Monica based Direct Response Marketing Agencies, Media Design Group and Revenue Frontier are co-sponsoring a “White Christmas” for the children and families of the Upward Bound House Family Shelter in Culver City. The event will take place on Thursday, December 13th at the Upward Bound House Shelter in Culver City. The two companies will be bringing in over 15 tons of snow to build a [...]

AVPA Winter Concert Dec. 14 @ Robert Frost

AVPA Winter Concert Dec. 14 @ Robert Frost

AVPA Chamber Singers @ Downtown Tree Lighting on Dec. 6 AVPA Presents the Winter Music Concert this Friday, December 14 at 7:00pm, Robert Frost Auditorium. More good news ?  Admission is Free ! And donations much appreciated! Come out and celebrate our annual Winter Music Concert featuring the AVPA Jazz Combo, Jazz Ensemble, String Ensemble, Flute Ensemble, the Chamber Singers and the CCHS [...]

EPA Ruling on Soot Due on Friday – Speak Out Now

EPA Ruling on Soot Due on Friday – Speak Out Now

Photo: Ami Vitale/Panos Pictures Deadline for clean air: Friday! Soot kills. It causes respiratory ailments, heart attacks, premature deaths, and a wide range of other serious health problems. But existing safeguards against deadly soot pollution have been shown to be inadequate for communities living in the shadow of coal-fired power plants. Friday morning, the EPA is expected to [...]

(t)Expo Line to Silicon Beach Gets a Bounce from Villaragosa

(t)Expo Line to Silicon Beach Gets a Bounce from Villaragosa

Mayor Villaraigosa revealed to the world what the Los Angeles Mayor's Council on Innovation and Industry has been up to and it is: the (t)expo Line, a "technology corridor" along the Expo light rail line. (The LAMCII is intended to "communicate our city's boundless creativity, spur investment in high-growth industries, connect our plentiful talent to opportunity, and help LA achieve greater [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

CASSINI SPOTS MINI NILE RIVER ON SATURN MOON – The international Cassini mission has spotted what appears to be a miniature extraterrestrial version of the Nile River: a river valley on Saturn’s moon Titan that stretches more than 250 miles from its “headwaters” to a large hydrocarbon sea. It is the first time images have revealed a river system this vast and in such high resolution [...]

Rotary Float Does Dr. Seuss (With Some Culver City Smarts)

Rotary Float Does Dr. Seuss (With Some Culver City Smarts)

Celebrating this year's float, themed "All the Places We Go", are Culver City resident and Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee member Kate Rosloff along with other Rotarian leaders and dignitaries from the Tournament of Roses. Pictured are:Bottom row from left: Float rider retired Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley, Float Committee member John Peck, Tournament of Roses President Sally [...]

Democratic Delegate Deadline is Friday Dec. 14

Democratic Delegate Deadline is Friday Dec. 14

The Daily Kos is a site to check in with the best of progressive California politics, and their blogger Sylvia Moore, an officer of the Culver City Democratic Club  put up a very articulate and interesting post calling for delegates to come on board. How to sign on, and more importantly, why .... "As a progressive activist in Los Angeles, I always encounter other progressives who are [...]

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