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AVPA’s “Kiss Me Kate” Rings the Rafters

AVPA’s “Kiss Me Kate” Rings the Rafters

When AVPA puts up a musical, it's about as musical as can be, and the current production of Cole Porter's "Kiss Me Kate" is perfect proof. From "Another Openin' Another Show" in full voice with the optimistic and powerful vocals of Lizzy Ferreira to the show stealing closer "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" by the incomparable Oliver Berliner and Reno Behnken, the singing was the shining center of the [...]

Cooper Clears the Lead on Endorsements

Cooper Clears the Lead on Endorsements

From environmentalists to business leaders and employee groups, it seems as though every influential group in the area is lining up behind Mayor Jeff Cooper’s re-election bid. In the last few weeks, Cooper has won the support of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles County Business Federation (BizFed), [...]

Game On – INDIEcade 2014 Now Accepting Entries

Game On – INDIEcade 2014 Now Accepting Entries

IndieCade, the premier international festival of independent games, has opened game submissions for this year’s IndieCade Festival, which will return to downtown Culver City, CA October 9-12. Independent creators can now submit their interactive media projects for inclusion in the event as well as for consideration to become one of 35 nominees for recognition at the festival's "Red Carpet" [...]

Dear Editor – CPK for Leadership

Dear Editor – CPK for Leadership

Since the beginning of the campaign cycle, Christopher Patrick King, has been the only candidate who has supported a local ban on hydraulic fracturing, gravel packing and acidization used to extract oil and natural gas. Since the chemicals used in fracking are known carcinogens that have been shown to pollute air and our ground water, Chris wants to assure that we have clean air and water in our [...]

Schools Seeking Data for Accountability Study

Schools Seeking Data for Accountability Study

CCUSD Site Administrators have been collaborating on the first draft of the Local Control Accountability Plan. Focusing on three key areas (Conditions of Learning, Student Achievement, and Engagement) school officials are analyzing data to determine where we are strong and where evidence shows we need improvement. School sites are aggressively seeking input in the Local Control Accountability [...]

Solar Power Exhibit Shows Energy in Arrays

Solar Power Exhibit Shows Energy in Arrays

The Center for Land Use Interpretation, in Culver City opened a new exhibition on Friday March 7 exploring the contemporary state of solar power in the United States. The show includes extensive photographs of all existing solar power plants in the U.S. southwest, (see Mount Signal Solar, photo left) many of which were taken "from the air, using aircraft and remote control camera platforms." A [...]

Get Educated About Fracking – March 13

Get Educated About Fracking – March 13

The Los Angeles area has numerous oil fields located nearby residential areas. Oil companies want to use fracking to extract as much oil as possible from these fields, exposing the public to 12 of the most dangerous air pollutants, known carcinogens, that harm the heart, liver, brain and respiratory and immune systems. On February 28, 2014, the Los Angeles City Council took an important step [...]

No Condos Coming Up on Culver Studios

No Condos Coming Up on Culver Studios

Culver City's Culver Studios, where many film classics (ET, Gone with the Wind) were shot, will definitely not become be turned into condos or anything crazy like that, announced new owners Hackman Capital in a press release. According to CurbedLA they "are committed to maintaining the storied history of The Culver Studios and will continue to operate this distinctive property as studio space and [...]

Clarke Campaign Garners Endorsements

Clarke Campaign Garners Endorsements

Jim Clarke, candidate for re-election to Culver City City Council, is buoyed by the many organization endorsements he has received in recent weeks. Early endorsements were received from Congresswoman Karen Bass and State Senator Holly Mitchell, in addition to the Chamber of Commerce and the Culver City Democratic Club. The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor AFL-CIO and the Los Angeles County [...]

NHM and DouglasPlus Offer “Birder”

NHM and DouglasPlus Offer “Birder”

A special event that includes a reading of the new comedy “Birder” by Julie Marie Myatt and a guided bird walk in the gardens of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) will be presented by Center Theatre Group under its DouglasPlus programming and NHM on April 6 at 7 p.m. “Birder,” which is directed by Dan Bonnell, follows an accountant who, upon the discovery of a [...]

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