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Archived Posts

USVAA Makerspace to Launch – June 27

USVAA Makerspace to Launch – June 27

What is a makerspace? Makerspaces, sometimes also referred to as hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. They often have 3D printers, software, electronics, craft and hardware supplies and tools, and more. The Culver City based US Veterans' Artists Alliance is opening up a makerspace in San Pedro, and you are invited to [...]

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Hello Readers! While Culver City Crossroads is always pleased to have more readers (new readers and long time readers) we thought it important to take a moment ask you to mind the numbers, and take care of business. Mind the Numbers - We often get comments on posts that are several years old, sometimes without folks realizing that this is not new news.( In fact, one of our most active threads [...]

ECF Kayne Eras School Receives Grant from Siragusa

ECF Kayne Eras School Receives Grant from Siragusa

Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF) is pleased to announce the award of a grant from The Siragusa Foundation. This grant will provide support for a broad range of enrichment activities for students with special needs at the ECF Kayne Eras School. Enrichment activities are designed to complement the school’s educational and therapeutic services with a variety of engaging classes. Current [...]

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Looking for some easy fun this summer? Join us for family-friendly films at Westfield Culver City starting at sundown on the 4th Level Parking Structure near the Dining Terrace. Each movie will have a special surprise! All pre-movie events start at about 6:30 pm and end around 7:30 pm. It is first come, first serve so, please come early to reserve your spot! * Fri Jul 10: "The Lego Movie" -- [...]

Toxic Waste Drop Off – June 27

Toxic Waste Drop Off – June 27

A FREE Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Recycling Roundup for Culver City area residents will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2015. Located at the Wende Museum Front Parking Lot, 10808 Culver Boulevard in Culver City from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Culver City area residents will have the opportunity to safely dispose of household hazardous waste such as antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, [...]

California PTA Applauds State Budget

California PTA Applauds State Budget

California State PTA President Colleen A. R. You issued the following statement today after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the 2015 - 16 state budget: “This state budget upholds the Proposition 98 guarantee for schools and continues a positive trend of reinvestment in our state’s students, following many years of damaging cuts. "PTA members across the state have spoken up loudly and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

A laser-powered wafer-thin spacecraft capable of reaching Alpha Centauri in 20 years may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but it’s not. And while such a launch isn’t imminent, the possibility of one in the future does exist, according to UC Santa Barbara physics professor Philip Lubin. To further explore that possibility, Lubin and his team in UCSB’s Experimental Cosmology Group [...]

West Basin Changes Code of Conduct After Audit

West Basin Changes Code of Conduct After Audit

On June 22 during the West Basin Municipal Water District board meeting, the West Basin Board of Directors (pictured left) approved changes to the Code of Conduct as a result of an independent, self-imposed audit conducted by McGladrey LLP. The audit examined several key areas where West Basin could strengthen its policies and procedures which included evaluating director expenses, director [...]

Julian Dixon Library Programs Do Summer Off-Site with We Tell Stories, Wednesday Storytimes

Julian Dixon Library Programs Do Summer Off-Site with We Tell Stories, Wednesday Storytimes

Just because the Julian Dixon Library is getting a remodel doesn't mean that your favorite summer programs are not happening. Just up the street at the Veterans' Memorial Building  - both Wednesday Morning Storytimes and We Tell Stories  are scheduled for a summer full of fun. Dates, times and location for summer library programs are all right here. We Tell Stories, LA’s acclaimed [...]

MCLM Black Talkies – The Spook Who Sat by the Door

MCLM Black Talkies – The Spook Who Sat by the Door

This month Black Talkies on Parade screens the underrated and rarely broadcast film The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973), directed by Ivan Dixon and based on a book of the same name written by Sam Greenlee. This unique film is a mixture of many genres including political thriller, satire, comedy, and blaxploitation. In 2012 the Library of Congress named the film to the National Film Registry to [...]

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