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LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Tee Time is just a week away! The Culver City Chamber of Commerce/Culver City Firefighters/Culver City Lions Club Golf Tournament is set for next Monday, August 20 at Braemar Country Club in Tarzana. Tee time is 12:00 PM. Costs are: individual player $175; foursome with 1 sign sponsor $775; foursome with 4 sign sponsor $1050; tee sign sponsor $125; Bag sponsor $1000; Hole-in-One Sponsor $750; [...]

Lin Howe’s New Leader a Familiar Face at CCUSD

Lin Howe’s New Leader a Familiar Face at CCUSD

The Culver City Unified School District Board of Education has announced that it has selected former Culver City High School Assistant Principal to serve as Principal of Linwood E. Howe Elementary School. The Board will officially vote on Indelicato's hiring at its September 11 meeting. Indelicato has spent the past six years as Assistant Principal at Culver City High School, where she has [...]

Parcel B to Be Sold to RE Developer Combined/Hudson – Council Will Decide Aug.13

Parcel B to Be Sold to RE Developer Combined/Hudson – Council Will Decide Aug.13

According to the city  - During their meeting of Monday, August 13, the City Council of the City of Culver City and the Successor Agency to the Culver City Redevelopment Agency will jointly consider the following item: That the Successor Agency to the Culver City Redevelopment Agency (Successor Agency) Adopt a Resolution that 1) Approves the terms of the Disposition and Development Agreement [...]

Fiesta is Coming! Get in Cycle Mode

Fiesta is Coming! Get in Cycle Mode

Recognized by the League of American Bicyclists as a Bicycle Friendly Community, the City of Culver City presents its largest assembly of self-driven conveyances and the most diverse set of cycling activities at the "Pedal in the Park" venue at Fiesta La Ballona. The Culver City Bicycle Coalition leads cyclists of all ages on the Tour de Fiesta from east and west starting points into Fiesta's [...]

The Tempest – Actors Gang Takes Shakespeare to a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

The Tempest – Actors Gang Takes Shakespeare to a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

"The Tempest: The Star Wars Edition" Free Theatre in Media Park Every Saturday and Sunday in August @11am In this Actors' Gang adaptation, characters from the classic star wars saga have landed in Culver City to put on the play! Adapted and directed by Cynthia Ettinger, "The Tempest" has big, fun performances, music, dance and audience participation that delivers the timeless message of "The [...]

Tea and Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Tea and Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

When I lived in the Bay Area (post-college) I was friends with Debbie Chan, a Chinese woman from Sacramento, who was an early “foodie” – and a well-informed woman who taught me the art of being Chinese. One day Debbie asked if I wanted to have dinner with her after she looked at an antique chest available for sale in San Francisco. Sure, why not – dinner with Debbie was always a [...]

Metro Bus Crash @ Watseka

Metro Bus Crash @ Watseka

A Metro bus was involved in a dramatic three-vehicle crash near downtown Culver City around 5:45 p.m. on Thursday Aug. 9, according to the L.A. City Fire Department. "Holy s**t!" Tweeted L.A. resident Victor Flores. "Just seen some dude cause an accident then drive into a bus." KTLA footage showed the nose of a shiny black SUV crumpled into the left side of a two-segment city bus. Initial [...]

Momsrising.org Takes on Soot Standards – Click Here

Momsrising.org Takes on Soot Standards – Click Here

Yesterday, the the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced July was the hottest month ever recorded for the United States. If you have asthma, then you know how heat can be a major trigger for asthma attacks.  For the nearly one in 10 U.S. kids who have asthma, this has been one bummer of a summer. While we can't make it cooler for families across the country this [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

CURIOSITY ROVER CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF LANDING – An image from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) captured the Curiosity rover still connected to its 51-foot-wide parachute as it descended towards its landing site at Gale Crater. “If HiRISE had taken the image one second before or one second after, we probably [...]

Remembering France –  Summer Symphony at Burton Chace Park

Remembering France – Summer Symphony at Burton Chace Park

Summer is passing quickly. There are only two concerts remaining. Hear music in the park while you watch the boats in the marina, catch the sunset, watch the birds coming to shore, and feel the ocean breeze on your face. There are few other places like it in Southern California-the orchestra at the water's edge. Make time for yourself, take it all in. REMEMBERING FRANCE Why do we remember [...]

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