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Casino Night Fundraiser Racks Up Record Breaking Numbers

Casino Night Fundraiser Racks Up Record Breaking Numbers

The Culver City High School Booster Club Casino Night figures are now in, and the event recorded the highest profit to date. At its inception, Casino Night was raising between $5,000.00 and $7,000.00 annually. In 2011, Casino Night first broke the $25,000.00 figure, with profits of just a bit more than $22,000.00. The figures in 2013 were similar. This March 15, the Booster Club outdid [...]

Ridley-Thomas Offers Applause for AVPA

Ridley-Thomas Offers Applause for AVPA

Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas today commended the students and faculty members of the Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) for their dedication, instruction, skill and execution in the fields of music, theater, visual art, film and dance during the 2013-2014 school year. Sebastian Ridley-Thomas said, “Art, music, dance and theater performance are [...]

Yo Jethro!

Yo Jethro!

Dear Jethro, I have been the Supreme Overlord of two humans for several years. Now they are considering adopting another cat. They have not consulted me. Should I pee on their bed? Sincerely Drama Queen Kitty. Dear DQK, No, you should not pee on their bed. But you should definitely pee on the new cat. Humans do not understand the subtleties of our language. While you and I know that [...]

Race Relay @ Mayme Clayton – May 2 (RSVP Now)

Race Relay @ Mayme Clayton – May 2 (RSVP Now)

On Friday, May 2nd at 7 p.m., for the first time in the Culver City community, Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum and the Common Peace for the Advancement of Nonviolence will host RACE RELAY, a theatrical production using drama, music, and video to discuss the current state of race relations in America. This free event will demonstrate the potential of multi-media theater as a tool for [...]

Unsolved “Murder in Jersey” Brings Fusaro to KCRW

Unsolved “Murder in Jersey” Brings Fusaro to KCRW

“I knew I had to face the truth, but I was afraid it would be even worse than the rumors.” Culver City author Darrell Fusaro has been trying to find peace amidst the mystery surrounding the murder of his grandfather James Fusaro for decades. James Fusaro, a union official was found dead in his Passaic, NJ, office on New Year’s Day 1970 after apparently having been beaten and stabbed. Who [...]

PTSA “Believe, Dream, Inspire” – Jody Reichel

PTSA “Believe, Dream, Inspire” – Jody Reichel

The Culver City High School PTSA paid an elegant tribute to student artists, parent volunteers and one outstanding teacher at their March meeting.   The student artists had participated in PTA's annual, national Reflections program, which highlights the importance of Arts Education and celebrates the achievements of young artists at every grade level.   CCHS PTSA received [...]

“different words for the same thing” Opens @ KDT in May

“different words for the same thing” Opens @ KDT in May

Cast members Malcolm Madera (partially obscured), Monica Horan, Stephen Ellis and Rebecca Larsen Rehearsals have begun for the world premiere of Kimber Lee's "different words for the same thing," which begins previews May 4 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Opening night is May 11 and performances run through June 1, 2014. Set in a small town in southwestern Idaho, and the vast [...]

Save the Date – Transition to Permaculture on May 10

Save the Date – Transition to Permaculture on May 10

SAVE THE DATE for a free workshop on sustainable low-cost gardening using permaculture principles. May 10, 1 pm - 4 pm at a Culver City private garden, rsvp for address, transitionculvercity@gmail.com The word permaculture originally referred to "permanent agriculture" but was expanded to stand also for "permanent culture," as it was seen that social aspects were integral to a truly [...]

Metro Taking Down Trees for Rail Line

Metro Taking Down Trees for Rail Line

Crenshaw community advocates were informed for the first time in late January 2014 that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“METRO”) planned to remove at least 150 mature street trees from Crenshaw Boulevard as part of the ongoing construction of the Crenshaw/LAX light rail line. The loss of these trees is in addition to the more than 250 trees uprooted to make way [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Looks like Culver City Julian Dixon Library-goers have the good news this week: the planned remodeling closure has been postponed until further notice, so you can keep on enjoying that Library! Not surprisingly, the required County building permits will not be approved for several months, so the Library’s regular hours will be in place until further notice. This Wednesday, April 16 there [...]

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