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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre is proud to announce its 19th season of free theatre in Carlson Park, celebrating the Culver City Centennial. Our Children’s Popcorn Theatre presentation is “To Oz and Back”, a collection of short plays written by Daniel L. Hurewitz, Christopher Gough, Morna M. Martell and Jen Huszcza, and directed by Eve Weston. All revolve around characters from MGM’s beloved [...]

Black Talkies to Screen Black Panthers

Black Talkies to Screen Black Panthers

Black Talkies On Parade presents the explosive documentary The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution directed by Stanley Nelson, on Saturday June 24 at 2:30 pm. The film covers the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party with historic footage and interviews with members of the party who lived through this extraordinary period in Black History. While fighting for equal rights and safer [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

“Walk With a Doc” gurus Jeffrey Penso, MD and Sarah Carpenter, MD are planning to add a midweek afternoon walk to the regular “third Saturday” WWAD program at Vet’s Park. The midweek walk would start in Culver City Park near the Bone Yard (the dog park) and end up at the Baldwin Hills Overlook State Park. More details on date and time to come! Here’s an opportunity for Culver City [...]

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Immigration has vanished from the headlines and talk shows, but its reality has not. Learn more about it from actual refugees and their descendants tonight and Saturday as Culver City’s Actors’ Gang performs The Refugee Project, a spotlight on the flights, plights and insights of their cast members in the final leg of their Spring Season of Justice trilogy that began January 19 with the [...]

State Lawmakers to Establish $20 Million in Grants for Health Clinics

State Lawmakers to Establish $20 Million in Grants for Health Clinics

With support from Sen. Holly J. Mitchell, California Treasurer John Chiang will join state lawmakers and health care advocates to announce the establishment of a $20 million one-time emergency grants program to support community clinics that provide vital health services to California’s most vulnerable residents. The Community Clinic Lifeline Grant Program will help small or rural nonprofit [...]

From the New Interim Superintendent – Leslie Lockhart

From the New Interim Superintendent – Leslie Lockhart

This has been a challenging week for many of us, and I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you our next steps forward as a District. Yesterday, the Board of Education selected me to serve as the Interim Superintendent as they embark upon an extensive search for CCUSD’s new permanent superintendent. I want to thank them for their vote of confidence in me, and tell all of you that I [...]

Wescom to Sponsor Food & Wine Festival Benefitting PTA Backpacks

Wescom to Sponsor Food & Wine Festival Benefitting PTA Backpacks

As part of the spectacular events surrounding Culver City’s 2017 Centennial Celebration, Wescom Credit Union presents the 2017 Culver City Centennial Westside Food & Wine Festival which will serve up tastes of amazing food, wines, and spirits to raise money for Backpacks for Kids, Culver Palms Meals on Wheels, and YouCaring, on Sunday, July 2, 2017, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. (VIP 4:00 p.m.) at [...]

Just a Thought – Private or Secret

Just a Thought – Private or Secret

It's human nature to want answers. In the current social media climate, it's about wanting answers right now. But then we have to consider that speed and accuracy are not the same thing.  While the sudden end of Dr. Josh Arnold's position as district superintendent was a surprise to many, it's important to recognize that are some things we don't know and some things we simply will not know, [...]

Culver City Wins Westside Prize for the HUB

Culver City Wins Westside Prize for the HUB

On Friday, June 9, 2017, the Westside Urban Forum (WUF) awarded the Westside Prize to the City of Culver City, Access Culver City, and the Ivy Station for Culver City’s Transit Oriented Development (TOD) District project known as “the HUB.” Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper, joined by Vice Mayor Thomas Small and Council Member Meghan Sahli-Wells, accepted the Westside Prize on behalf of the [...]

Free Fares Today on Culver CityBus

Free Fares Today on Culver CityBus

National Dump the Pump day is today, Thursday, June 15, 2017. All Culver CityBus routes will waive the fare to allow riders to experience transit. Riders on our bus lines might also win exclusive, limited edition T-shirts that let the world know “I Dumped The Pump with Culver CityBus” to encourage a social media contest with a random prize for those that take a selfie on our bus and wearing [...]

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