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Race Relay @ Mayme Clayton July 12

Race Relay @ Mayme Clayton July 12

Have you ever found yourself discussing race or ethnicity in "mixed company," but lacked the right tools to keep the conversation on track? Discover new ways to engage your neighbors in a fruitful and non-threatening dialogue on this topic hosted by MCLM and Common Peace, Center for the Advancement of Nonviolence on: Saturday, July 12th from  10:30 am to 12:30 pm @Mayme Clayton Library and [...]

Kentwood Players Announce Marcom-Masque Winners

Kentwood Players Announce Marcom-Masque Winners

Kentwood Players, the community theater group based at the Westchester Playhouse, was founded in December 1949 by Jan and Arky Marcom. At the end of each season, all Kentwood Players members in good standing who have seen all six shows vote by secret ballot and then the group presents their annual Marcom Masque Awards to the winners in each category at an entertainment-filled awards ceremony. The [...]

Culver City Public Theater to Open 16th Season with 12th Night, Quibbling Siblings

Culver City Public Theater to Open 16th Season with 12th Night, Quibbling Siblings

Culver City Public Theatre (CCPT) presents its 16th season of free theater in Carlson Park for families and theater fans of all ages. All shows are open to the public and admission is free. The season opens Saturday, July 12th at 12:00 noon, with the world premiere of THE QUIBBLING SIBLINGS, written and directed by 8-year CCPT veteran Blake Anthony Edwards. This is Mr. Edward’s third play [...]

Bagel Bytes Bring Home Gold in Rayethon Engineering Games

Bagel Bytes Bring Home Gold in Rayethon Engineering Games

Partnering with the Milken High School Robotics Team, Culver City High School's 702 Bagel Bytes brought home the gold trophy, winning first place in the 2014 Raytheon Engineering Games. Raytheon in El Segundo hosted its 13th annual Engineer Games competition in which high school students were asked to solve a problem created and posed by Raytheon engineers. The project they were given to solve [...]

We Tell Stories – Wednesdays in July @ Julian Dixon

We Tell Stories – Wednesdays in July @ Julian Dixon

We Tell Stories, LA's acclaimed children's storytelling theatre company, celebrates the County of Los Angeles Public Library's Summer Reading Program, "Paws to Read" with 5 different performances reflecting animal tales at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library. Shows are interactive, multicultural, and educational, blending laughter and literacy together for fun-filled afternoons for parents and [...]

MCLM Presents Black Talkies – The Bronze Buckaroo

MCLM Presents Black Talkies – The Bronze Buckaroo

Black Talkies on Parade remembers pioneering actor and singer Herb Jeffries born Umberto Alexander Valentino (1913-2014). Mr. Jeffries career began during the 1930's performing with genius artist Duke Ellington. By 1937 Jeffries made his film debut with Harlem on the Prairie. Within a short period of time Jeffries was referred to as the "Singing Cowboy". The Bronze Buckaroo is a 1939 American [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

​Dear Jethro, We’ve been a gang of guys since college. Now one of my buddies started dating a girl. And she’s trying to hang out with us and it’s just not working. Dear Dude Chicks ruin everything. They NEED you to finish every sentence. They expect you to wear pants. They yell when you draw boobs on the television screen with a sharpie. However, your buddy is embarking upon a [...]

Just a Thought – Dancing About Architecture

Just a Thought – Dancing About Architecture

As the wise Frank Zappa once noted, "Writing about music is like dancing about architecture." As the City Council discussed last Monday, one more time, putting a mechanism in place to open up the possibility of having a different producer for the Summer Concert Series, I was reminded that music is as important to us as architecture, and yes, we do need to discuss this again. Last Monday night [...]

CCPD Urges Fireworks Safety on July Fourth

CCPD Urges Fireworks Safety on July Fourth

The Culver City Police and Fire Departments want to remind residents and visitors that the best way to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with family and friends is by attending the professional firework show at West Los Angeles College. The sale and possession of all fireworks is illegal in Culver City, that includes the “safe and sane” fireworks. All violators may be subject to fines [...]

Walk ‘n Roll Summer – Save the Date for Monthly Family Rides on Ballona Creek

Walk ‘n Roll Summer – Save the Date for Monthly Family Rides on Ballona Creek

Ready to roll into summer with good friends, great scenery and a cool breeze blowing? Walk ‘n Rollers presents Walk-Bike Ballona, a series of free, family-friendly activities this summer to highlight the recreational and ecological value of Ballona Creek. Activities include Fun Rides, Group Walks and Walk ‘n Roll Festivals - bicycle-pedestrian safety and skills festivals. Ballona Creek is [...]

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