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AVPA Danger Zone Dance Steps Into “A Walking Nightmare”

AVPA Danger Zone Dance Steps Into “A Walking Nightmare”

AVPA’s Danger Zone Dance Company presents “A Walking Nightmare” – an original and entertaining fall concert set to songs by Danny Elfman for the hit movie, Nightmare Before Christmas. The family-friendly performance will take place Nov. 19 and Nov. 20 in several locations on the campus of Culver City High School. Dances have been choreographed specifically for the sites at which they will [...]

Training Session for Screenland 5K @ CCHS Thanksgiving Weekend

Training Session for Screenland 5K @ CCHS Thanksgiving Weekend

Train for the once-in-a-century Culver City Centennial Screenland 5K with a triathlete and Olympian on Sundays, 4 pm, at Culver City High School track for your Academy Awards Sunday morning journey through two movie studios and a towering rainbow. The hour-long training sessions begin Nov. 27, 4 pm, during Thanksgiving weekend, providing a great start to work off those turkey trimmings! All [...]

Vox Femina Celebrates 20 Years

Vox Femina Celebrates 20 Years

This Saturday November 19, Culver City's choral powerhouse Vox Femina will celebrate twenty years of uplifting public performances and magical recordings with a concert at the Colburn School, in Zipper Hall at 8 pm. The chorus was founded in January 1997 by Dr. Iris S. Levine and Stacey L. Poston. When the 21 founding members of Vox Femina Los Angeles (Vox) first appeared on stage as guest [...]

Safe Routes to Parks

Safe Routes to Parks

Ensuring safe access to public parks is key to improving health outcomes in America, but not all communities are equipped with the resources needed to provide safe access to parks, such as investing in new sidewalks and crosswalks with personal safety improvements. A new Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework developed by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) in collaboration with [...]

CC Foodie – CC Women’s Club Fundraiser “Dockside Dollars”

CC Foodie – CC Women’s Club Fundraiser “Dockside Dollars”

The Culver City Woman's Club is having a "Dockside Dollars" Fundraiser at Tony P's Dockside Grill in Marina del Rey from November 13th through November 17th! Tony P's has a reputation as a restaurant and a sports bar that keeps the place busy. The menu is extensive portions are generous and the view is, well, dockside. Open from 11:30 am to 11 pm during the week, and open from 9 am on the [...]

Just a Thought – Real Pain

Just a Thought – Real Pain

I have been, since last Tuesday night, in a great deal of pain. Like a lot of people in Culver City, the loss of the election, the complete conservative lock on every branch of government, has been heart wrenching.  But as I reminded my daughters on Wednesday morning, we live in the state of California, one of the three states in the union where women's rights are constitutionally guaranteed, [...]

Blurred Vision Theater’s “Almost, Maine” Charms @ the Ivy Substation

Blurred Vision Theater’s “Almost, Maine” Charms @ the Ivy Substation

If there was ever a week that needed to end with some laughter and light, it has been this one. The AVPA Blurred Vision Theater's production of "Almost, Maine" is an ideal antidote to the blues. A series of charming short scenes, by John Cariani, the sweet and brilliant subtext of concrete wordplay was so witty and so well done,  I laughed at almost every sketch. Like a series of interlocking [...]

Bone Marrow Donors Needed

Bone Marrow Donors Needed

Jennifer was diagnosed with Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia in 2012. For the past 4 years, she has been dealing with chemotherapy, transfusions, and white blood cell treatments to keep the cancer at bay. Despite all of this, she returned to graduate school to pursue a career helping others as a mental health therapist. Fighting cancer for so long is a hard and tiring battle, and Jennifer has had to [...]

Doctors Symphony with OC Friendship Choir @ Vets

Doctors Symphony with OC Friendship Choir @ Vets

The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce its first collaboration with the Orange County Friendship Choir to open its 64th consecutive season with an ambitious production of Johannes Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem. Featuring approximately 150 musicians and chorus members, with soprano Keiko Takeshita and baritone David Castillo, this glorious production promises to be a [...]

WLA College to Host Financial Seminar

WLA College to Host Financial Seminar

West Los Angeles College will host the 3rd semi-annual free seminar on “YOU and YOUR Money …decisions for today and the future” on Saturday, November 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The seminar will be led by Assistant Professor of Accounting Charles V. Daniel, formerly an auditor at the international accounting firm of KPMG. He is also past President of the Los Angeles Professional Chapter [...]

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