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HYPERBOLE: bard (Save the Date) Aug 26

HYPERBOLE: bard  (Save the Date) Aug 26

Shakespeare remixed! Los Angeles' award-winning art collective Rogue Artists Ensemble takes its latest creation, HYPERBOLE: bard on tour to Orange County, Culver City, West Hollywood, Oakland, San Francisco and Oregon July 26 through Aug. 24. In this hyper-fun, hyper-family-friendly performance, Rogue Artists Ensemble takes Shakespeare’s best characters, poetry and plot devices and shuffles [...]

Local Artist Rownak to Jury Online Art Competition

Local Artist Rownak to Jury Online Art Competition

Exhibitions Without Walls is an international organization that offers Photographers and Digital Artists the chance to grow and develop professionally, and now they have  Culver City artist Richard Rownak as one of five jurors for The Four Elements Competition. "The world has been blessed with so many talented people who are now taking advantage of new technology to create statements of [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, My kid asked me where babies come from. I tried to explain it, but realized I don’t even know. Can you help? Pat the Banana Slug, Dear Pat, When a mommy slug and a daddy slug love each other very much . . . OK, here are the basics: Slugs are hermaphrodites, meaning they are both equally repulsed and fascinated by zombie movies. First, a slug must find a mate. [...]

Summer Music Series – Kátia Moraes & Orquesta Charangoa Aug. 7

Summer Music Series – Kátia Moraes & Orquesta Charangoa  Aug. 7

Kátia Moraes & Brazilian Heart plus the Orquesta Charangoa will perform at the Summer Concert Series this Thursday on Aug.7 at 7 pm at the City Hall courtyard - bring your blanket and your picnic basket, and be ready for an evening of great music. Kátia Moraes (pictured below) was named the World Music Artist of the Year 2013.  Don Heckman of the Los Angeles Times writes in his review, [...]

Fiesta La Ballona Wrist Bands On Sale Now

Fiesta La Ballona Wrist Bands On Sale Now

While you are planning to get to Fiesta La Ballona, plan to save some money before you even get there,; Carnival Ride Wrist Bands are on sale now for only $20 each. This  is a $5 savings from the regular price offered at the Fiesta. The wrist bands are goof for unlimited rides on either Saturday or Sunday during Fiesta. They may be purchased at the Recreation Office at Veterans Memorial Complex [...]

KDT to Present “Race” by Mamet

KDT to Present “Race” by Mamet

Casting is set for Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet’s “Race,” which opens September 7, 2014, at the Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Previews begin August 31, and performances run through September 28. Directed by longtime Mamet collaborator Scott Zigler, “Race” features acclaimed stage and screen actors Chris Bauer (“True Blood,” “The [...]

Culver City Rain Gardens Need Volunteers

Culver City Rain Gardens Need Volunteers

 The Culver City Rain Gardens capture rain and surface runoff, filter noxious contaminants that would otherwise flow into the Ballona Creek, and beautify the urban landscape. Your help is needed to weed, water, and maintain the garden to give the newly planted natives time to take root and thrive. The Bay Foundation is offering Community Service hours given along with plenty of feel good vibes [...]

Once on This Island – Aug. 14 – 16

Once on This Island – Aug. 14 – 16

dee-Lightful Productions proudly presents four performances of "Once on This Island, Jr." featuring talented local performers ages 7-17. Come see this powerful musical which won the 1995 Olivier Award for Best new Musical. Once On This Island is a captivating legend of romance between a peasant girl and a rich city boy whom she saves from death. This calypso-flavoured re-telling of The [...]

Movie Music in MdR from Classical Waterside Concerts – Aug. 7

Movie Music in MdR from Classical Waterside Concerts – Aug. 7

Music has always been part of the movies from the silent films to today. A movie score can raise a film to greater heights. Movie magic has longed been talked about, and these Classical Waterside Concerts at Burton Chace Park have their own magic. Combine the two, and it is a very promising evening. Frank Fetta conducts the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony. The 2014 Summer Season is an [...]

Just A Thought – Idle Iydll

Just A Thought – Idle Iydll

When I was out of town in July, off at my favorite place, I gave a lot of thought to the idea of idleness. It's not popular, and a recent study showed that people seem to find being alone with their thoughts so uncomfortable, they chose to self-administer electric shocks. I think of free time as a gift, not a punishment, but perhaps I'm in the minority. I come from a tradition of workaholics, [...]

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