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CCFOL Whodunit and Annual Installation

CCFOL Whodunit and Annual Installation

Join the Culver City Friends of the Library for a Murder Mystery Night on Thursday, January 19 in the Culver Room of the Doubletree Hotel. Come dressed as your favorite crime detective! Check-in and clues will be available starting at 5:30, and mystery books will be available for purchase. The mystery itself will start at 6:15, with a notable cast of characters. Help Scott Zeidman as Police [...]

Softball for Grown-Ups

Softball for Grown-Ups

You might have a jersey in your closet that wants to come out and play - Senior Softball League signups are starting now for league games beginning in February.  Softball players ages 55 and older are invited to play in the Culver City Senior Slow-Pitch Softball League, which plays games Sunday mornings at Veteran’s Memorial Park. Everyone plays. Player fees are $65 for the league which [...]

Robot Rebound Rumble – The Race is On

Robot Rebound Rumble – The Race is On

In a simultaneous announcement January 7th, all robotics teams throughout the world learned about the basketball task dubbed “Rebound Rumble.” Our Culver City High School team members are now working against the ticking clock to build a basketball playing robot in six weeks as talented as Kobe Bryant or Shaquille O'Neal. Their robot will get its first test against other teams at the San Diego [...]

Safe Routes to School – Phone Conferences

Safe Routes to School – Phone Conferences

Despite the prevailing financial gloom, not everyone is broke;  Caltrans recently announced an over $45M call for projects for State Safe Routes to School funds. This organization has been helpful in getting several Culver City projects moved forward, getting more students walking and riding to school. Sit down with your kids and have an Idea Day - What would you need to get to school using the [...]

Christmas Tree Pick-Up – Actual Facts

Christmas Tree Pick-Up – Actual Facts

Yes, the Culver City Sanitation Dept. is picking up Christmas trees. No, you do not have to chop it up and put it in the green bin. Just take the tree out to the curb and leave it with your other trash - recycling and green waste - and be patient. There is one truck that is combing the city for trees ( or former trees, as the case may be) and will pick them up as soon as possible. If you feel [...]

Council Faces the Concrete with RDA Shift

Council Faces the Concrete with RDA Shift

The Culver City Council meeting of Jan. 9 could not have been a more vivid illustration of our city and our government if it had been outlined in a textbook. When Mayor Mehaul O'Leary asked for the number of speaker cards addressing the end of the redevelopment agency, there were none. Later on the agenda, when the mayor asked for the number of people wanting to speak in regard to cutting the [...]

Just a Thought – Opening New Ideas

Just a Thought – Opening New Ideas

Both the Christmas tree and the gingerbread house have gone dry and stale. While it does not bother me in the least to pitch a pile of aged cookies and pink frosting in to the compost, taking down the tree is a moment to pause. It might last a few more days. But as much as I don’t want to admit the holidays are over, I'm also glad to move forward.  This year, it's more than turning a page on [...]

Feista La Ballona Meeting – Jan. 17

Feista La Ballona Meeting – Jan. 17

It's the place to get in on the Fiesta - the next meeting will be Jan. 17, and you can jump in. Volunteer teams, led by your neighbors, will market the annual city-wide event via print, broadcast and online media, line up sponsors, recruit vendors, monitor finances, design park layout, book entertainment, conduct fun activities, choose rides, and strive for waste-free sustainability with guidance [...]

Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui Prosperity – Janet Mitsui Brown

In feng shui life is constantly in transition, so every moment is appreciated. I feel balanced – yoga, tai chi, qi gong and walking are part of my weekly routine, and I'm a big believer in meditation. My wish for the new year is to be a good, well-informed feng shui practitioner, so I can pass on my knowledge to others, bringing the hope of prosperity to all of you readers. Today, my note [...]

Jim Clarke First to File in Council Race

Jim Clarke First to File in Council Race

"Of all the issues that inspired me to run for council my concerns with the redevelopment agency are foremost," Jim Clarke stated as spoke to supporters outside City Hall. In the crisp breeze of  Friday morning, Jan. 6, Clarke was the first candidate to head down to the City Clerk's office and file his papers for the Culver City council race coming in April. A resident of Culver City since [...]

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