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CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

How smart do you have to be to play sports? You might think that it takes more brawn than brains to play a game, but Culver City High School runs a high standard for their athletes. The rankings in the annual California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section-Ford Academic Awards program were announced at the CIF-SS Office recently. The team awards, based on a cumulative grade point average, [...]

AVPA Concert Band Hosts Longmont Concert Band for Collaborative Concert – April 6

AVPA Concert Band Hosts Longmont Concert Band for Collaborative Concert – April 6

The Culver City High School AVPA Music Program will host a joint concert with the Longmont High School Concert Band tonight, Monday, April 6, at 7pm, in the Robert Frost Auditorium. Traveling from Longmont, Colorado, the group of 71 musicians are touring southern California this week. Please plan to come out and celebrate another collaborative musical performance featuring our outstanding [...]

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

Kids at Hope inspires, empowers, and transforms families, schools, youth-serving organizations and entire communities to create an environment where all children experience success - NO EXCEPTIONS! CCUSD and its parents organizations invite you to a special event featuring Rick Miller, founder, president and chief treasure hunter for Kids at Hope, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on April 7 at Robert Frost [...]

Local Artist Rownak Wins Honors on Light Space & Time

Local Artist Rownak Wins Honors on Light Space & Time

Congratulations to Richard Rownak who received a Special Merit award from the “City Scapes” Art Exhibition for his vision of Los Angeles Harbor at San Pedro. The winning artists will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of April 2015. The art competition and the submission process for the artists began in February 2015 and concluded on March 27, 2015. The [...]

‘Off the Shelf’ Luke Newton @ Fabien Castanier Gallery

‘Off the Shelf’ Luke Newton @ Fabien Castanier Gallery

Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present OFF THE SHELF, a solo exhibition by Luke Newton. Newton is a young British artist currently living and working in Paris, France. This will be his debut solo exhibition in the United States. OFF THE SHELF presents a lighthearted satirical assessment of what it is to live in a commercially and technologically driven society. Newton recalls DuChamp with [...]

Energy Upgrade – 100 Healthy Homes

Energy Upgrade – 100 Healthy Homes

Water restrictions don't just mean using less water, they mean using every kind of energy in smarter and more efficient ways. On Monday, April 13, 2015 from 6:00pm-7:30pm there will be a workshop to give you the tips you need to have an energy healthy home. This insightful and informative workshop will help you to learn about rebates and incentives to assist property owners in making energy [...]

The Actor’s Gang – Midsummer Night’s Dream!

The Actor’s Gang – Midsummer Night’s Dream!

It's BACK! Returned from tour, the internationally acclaimed, Ovation Nominated, critic and audience favorite, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" For 2 nights only, April 13th and 14th, see this joyful production where it all began, The Actors' Gang in Culver City. Brush up your Shakespeare - one of the bard's most popular comedies, it's believed to have been written between 1590 and 1596. It [...]

DouglasPlus – Feral Drives, Fierce Women

DouglasPlus – Feral Drives, Fierce Women

Center Theatre Group welcomes playwright Sheila Callaghan,(pictured left)  a recipient of CTG’s Fadiman Award for Playwriting, and local feminist scholars Sue-Ellen Case (UCLA) and Dr. Tiffany Ana López (UC Riverside) to the rehearsal room at the Kirk Douglas Theatre for a special one-night-only DouglasPlus event, Sandbox@CTG: “Feral Drives, Fierce Women” on Tuesday, April 14, at 8 [...]

April Fool Fish – Janet Hoult

April Fool Fish – Janet Hoult

Back in the 1500’s in France when Charles was king New Year’s was celebrated at the start of Spring Charles decreed that the calendar, which had been the Julian Should become Gregorian and he really wasn’t foolin’ But there were those in Europe who continued to celebrate On the 1st of April – which was no longer the right date. So they were teased by others and were [...]

Ballona Creek Renaissance Schedules Earth Week Clean-Up

Ballona Creek Renaissance Schedules Earth Week Clean-Up

From 9am-noon, Saturday, April 25, 2015, join Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) and the Office of LA City Councilman Mike Bonin-CD11 at a big Earth Week Ballona Creek Cleanup! Meet at Centinela Ave at Milton St., Los Angeles 90066, in Del Rey between Culver Blvd. and the I-90/Marina Freeway. In case of rain, the date changes to Saturday, May 9. BCR welcomes the partnership and hands-on [...]

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