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Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

A FIFTH MOON ORBITING PLUTO – A team of astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope is reporting the discovery of another moon orbiting the icy dwarf planet Pluto. The moon is estimated to be irregular in shape and 6 to 15 miles across. It is in a 58,000-mile-diameter circular orbit. “The moons form a series of neatly nested orbits, a bit like Russian dolls,” said team lead Mark [...]

David LaRose Takes the CCUSD Superintendent Desk

David LaRose Takes the CCUSD Superintendent Desk

"These things might sound trite, but if you believe in them, they are true. If we come together as a community, we can give every child what they need to succeed." David LaRose made his statement, and was followed by applause. At a reception on Tuesday, July 17, dozens of parents, teachers, school board members and Culver citizens turned up at the district offices on Irving Place to meet the [...]

“Rockin’ Robin Hood” Auditions for Kentwood Kids

“Rockin’ Robin Hood” Auditions for Kentwood Kids

Kentwood Players is delighted to announce auditions for our next Kentwood Kids Production, "Rockin' Robin Hood," an original musical written by Scott Martin, to be directed by Samantha Barrios, produced by Drew Fitzsimmons and Melodie S. Rivers with Martin Feldman as musical director. Sideburns and ducktails invade Sherwood Forest as Robin Hood, his Merry Men, and the Sheriff of Nottingham, [...]

Crime Blotter – Guns on the Street

Crime Blotter – Guns on the Street

Crime Blotter for July 10th through July 16th. Attempt Car Burglary: On July 10, 2012 at 9:50 am, a victim called the police department to report unknown suspect(s) had attempted to burglarize his 2012 Chevy Camaro. The victim said he parked and locked his vehicle in the area of Buckingham Parkway and Kensington Way at 9:00 am and when he returned at 9:40 am discovered his driver’s door lock [...]

Rush Street Toasts the Culver-Palms YMCA

Rush Street Toasts the Culver-Palms YMCA

There are lots of things Rush Street does right; the great food, the wonderful location, the endlessly inventive cocktails, the best fries on the planet, and the compost-able green take-out containers. On Monday July 16, there was also the celebration of the fourth anniversary, and a fundraiser for the Culver-Palms YMCA. While the tables were filled with YMCA staff members such as Chad Maender [...]

Feista La Ballona Needs Volunteers – Sign On for Fun Tonight

Feista La Ballona Needs Volunteers – Sign On for Fun Tonight

The challenging fiscal environment facing City of Culver City staff puts a premium on rewarding volunteers to run Fiesta La Ballona attractions that provide satisfying experiences for some 20,000 guests, Aug. 24-26. Volunteer chairperson Barbara Silverstein and sub-committee chairs will discuss ways to get you and your friends involved in making this a wonderful annual event for Fiesta guests [...]

Bad Frog on the Expo Line – State Requires Repairs

Bad Frog on the Expo Line – State Requires Repairs

California state regulators have ordered Expo Line officials to replace a flawed piece of track known as a 'frog' that could trigger a derailment. According to the Los Angeles Times, The California Public Utilities Commission cited problems with a short length of rail called a "frog" at Washington Boulevard and Flower Street, where the Expo Line and the Blue Line merge near downtown Los [...]

City Council Votes to Approve Sales Tax – A Half A Cent, Ten Year Sunset

City Council Votes to Approve Sales Tax – A Half A Cent, Ten Year Sunset

After weeks of conversation, information and deliberation, the City Council approved a local sales tax for the November ballot and recommended an advisory committee to oversee the funds. "Five or six weeks ago when we began discussing this city's financal position..we insisted that the staff go out with us ..so that the  public could ask and questions and give us some input. What we had not [...]

Disability Advisory Committee to Screen “The Lucky Man”

Disability Advisory Committee to Screen “The Lucky Man”

The Culver City Disability Advisory Committee will host a screening of the documentary “The Lucky Man” on Sunday, July 29  at 4 p.m. at the Culver City Senior Center. Part of the Disability Film Series, this event is free to the public and the screening will be immediately followed by a panel discussion with Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS) medical professionals. “The Lucky Man” is a [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

It’s July: So keep celebrating your independence – from cooking! Wednesday, July 18 is Downtown Culver City’s “Third Wednesday” event and the patriotic spirit continues, inviting you to celebrate "All-American Red, White & Blue Drink and Dessert Contest" Happy Hour. Stay in the American vibe with free samples of red, white & blue drinks and desserts at restaurants, bars and [...]

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