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Now is the Time – Voting for Democratic Delegates Jan. 13

Now is the Time – Voting for Democratic Delegates Jan. 13

Are you a registered Democrat living in the 54th Assembly District (Culver City)? Come out to vote for this Sunday! The California Democratic Party is conducting elections for delegates to the Democratic Party State Central Committee from the 54th Assembly District. The election will result in the selection of six women and six men to represent our district at the state party conventions for [...]

CCMS Show Choir to Perform Jan. 26

CCMS Show Choir to Perform Jan. 26

Encore, the new Culver City Middle School Show Choir will give its first performances at 7 p.m. on Saturday, January, 26 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, January 27 at the Willows Community School Theater, 8520 Warner Drive, in Culver City. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door. Twenty seven vibrant Culver City Middle School students chosen by audition comprise the ensemble, directed by Dane [...]

Going Gold, Sister City Style – Sandra Coopersmith

Going Gold, Sister City Style – Sandra Coopersmith

Kaizuka Japan's Friendship Garden @ the Julian Dixon Culver City Library (photo courtesy of CCSCC) It’s not every day you get to celebrate a golden anniversary. Whether or not it chooses to emulate the exuberant and world famous Gangnam style, the Culver City Sister City Committee (“CCSCC”), which has created its own global presence, has every reason to dance for joy. For 50 years [...]

Joyful Jazz and More with Red Car Trolley – Jan. 20

Joyful Jazz and More with Red Car Trolley – Jan. 20

Red Car Trolley presents music spanning five centuries in a concert entitled "Birds, Buds, and Beatles" which showcases the group's versatility and joyful love of music-making. The program includes music ranging from familiar classic composers like Brahms and Mozart to more contemporary songwriters such as Simon and McCartney. Also included is the World Premiere of “Song of The Flower” [...]

Labor Law Seminar Offered by Culver Chamber

Labor Law Seminar Offered by Culver Chamber

The Culver Chamber and the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) will be co-sponsoring the 2013 Labor Law Seminar MinimizingEmployer Liability: A Practical Guide for Employers on Wednesday, January 30, 2013. The seminar will include updates on federal and state decisions, law and regulations on your operations, trends and changes to watch; developing and implementing [...]

School Board Set to Begin for 2013

School Board Set to Begin for 2013

At its final 2012 meeting, the CCUSD Board of Education reorganized its officers and committee assignments. By unanimous vote, the Board elected Kathy Paspalis as president, Patricia Siever as vice president and Nancy Goldberg as clerk. In addition, Laura Chardiet was appointed parliamentarian. The Board also made the following appointments: Representatives to the Board of Education/City [...]

UCLA Webinar on Fracking Health Concerns

UCLA Webinar on Fracking Health Concerns

There are health concerns around us and UCLA is offering a free webinar to answer questions. Over 250 communities in the U.S. have passed resolutions to stop hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” a process used to extract natural gas by water-intensive drilling technology. Hydraulic fracturing introduces industrial activity into communities without critical information about environmental [...]

UPCC to Offer School Safety Forum – Jan. 23

UPCC to Offer School Safety Forum – Jan. 23

United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) will sponsor a school safety forum on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 to help address and discuss school safety following the recent tragic events in Connecticut. Invited guests include Superintendent Dave LaRose, Culver City Mayor Andrew Weissman, The Culver City Council, Culver City School Board including Board President Kathy Paspalis, the Culver City Police [...]

Sierra Club to Focus on Outdoor Cooking with The Dirty Gourmet

Sierra Club to Focus on Outdoor Cooking with The Dirty Gourmet

You hike, you backpack, you camp ... and you gotta eat. So why not learn to eat really well in the great outdoors? The upcoming meeting of the West Los Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club is set to educate you on how to do just that with their guests, The Dirty Gourmet. Their mission is to inspire gourmet outdoor cooking by providing easy camping recipes and ideas. Whether you're a weekend car [...]

CC Historical Society to Feature Artist/Designer Jerome Ackerman

CC Historical Society to Feature Artist/Designer Jerome Ackerman

Long-time Culver City resident Jerome “Jerry” Ackerman, an artist/designer and a driving force in the Mid-Century Modern art movement in California, will be the featured speaker at the Culver City Historical Society’s general meeting on Wednesday, January 16 at 7 p.m. in the Veterans Memorial Building’s Multi-Purpose Room, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, 90230. Ackerman will discuss [...]

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