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Farragut Fall Festival This Saturday – Oct. 18

Farragut Fall Festival This Saturday – Oct. 18

Farragut Elementary School's eagerly anticipated Ninth Annual Fall Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 18 on the school's athletic field, just off the main parking lot behind the school. Parking is free. All families are invited to come and enjoy a day of Halloween fun. Take advantage of discounted pre-sales ticket pricing before and after school by the front main [...]

Green Home Energy Workshop – RSVP Now

Green Home Energy Workshop – RSVP Now

Are you looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient? Get started by joining your Culver City friends and neighbors at the Home Upgrade Workshop on November 5, 2014 hosted by the City of Culver City Public Works Department and The Energy Network. The meeting will include some basic building science (including what you need to think about before going solar) and how your home uses [...]

CCEF/Front and Center Theater Partner 24th Street’s “Enter Stage Right” Wins Major Grant

CCEF/Front and Center Theater Partner 24th Street’s “Enter Stage Right” Wins Major Grant

24th STreet Theatre has received a $300,000 grant over three years from the Rosenthal Family Foundation to expand its Enter Stage Right school field trip program and develop a touring version. 24th Street Theatre is a partner in the Culver City Education Fund's Front and Center Theatre Collaborative, and a portion of these funds will go to support Enter Stage Right Field trips for Culver City [...]

AVPA to Present a Haunted Musical Evening – Oct. 29

AVPA to Present a Haunted Musical Evening – Oct. 29

As Halloween approaches, it's time add some fun to the calendar, and a free, family-friendly event promises a bewitching evening of music, with the bonus of treats for costumed young concert-goers!  Haunted attractions and Hogwarts will be among the musical references at the first-ever Fall Concert presented by the AVPA Music Department at Culver City High School. Highlights of the [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

​Dear Jethro, I can’t do it, man. I’ve been up here 45 minutes. I want to be brave and conquer this but I just can’t. I decided to back down, but my kneecaps are welded to my shins and there’s a pot-bellied pig behind me who keeps calling me a “waste of bacon.” What am I gonna do? Dear Scaredy Pig, If you back down from this diving board, you will back down from every [...]

Expo Community Survey – Click Through Here

Expo Community Survey – Click Through Here

The City of Culver City is exploring various grant options for the funding of multimodal transportation options, specifically focused on access from the Expo Station connecting to Downtown Culver City along Washington Boulevard. The intent of securing grant funding is to use the monies for the involvement of the community in the development of a Connection Plan to improve access and [...]

Disability Awareness Month Pops Up the Kids Carnival – Oct. 19

Disability Awareness Month Pops Up the Kids Carnival – Oct. 19

Culver City is celebrating “Disability Awareness Month” with our annual free festival of fun! Carnival Games & Prizes! Food & Drinks! Petting Zoo! Live Entertainment! Crafts! Sunday, October 19, 2014 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. @ the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA. The event is completely free of charge for youth, families and adults. RSVP is required so [...]

Walk With a Doc – Oct. 18

Walk With a Doc – Oct. 18

This coming Saturday, October 18 it's "Walk With a Doc" time again! The action starts with a warm-up and stretching at 8:40 a.m. with Brandon Webb, Culver-Palms Family YMCA Healthy Lifestyles Counselor, then a brief talk by Pediatrician Sarah Carpenter, M.D. who will focus on Vitamins A-D and K - where we get them, how they each help our bodies, how some people may become deficient and whether we [...]

Just a Thought – Susan G. Komen Foundation Drills Down for a New Low

Just a Thought – Susan G. Komen Foundation Drills Down for a New Low

Susan G. Komen is not just the name of a huge non-profit foundation - it's the name of a women who died from breast cancer. If she knew what was being done in her name, she might well be spinning in her grave. I wrote a column about this a few years ago, when the leadership at Susan G. Komen chose to stop supporting the mammography work done by Planned Parenthood. That year saw a 22 percent [...]

“Forever” to Open at KDT Oct. 12

“Forever” to Open at KDT Oct. 12

The world premiere of Dael Orlandersmith’s “Forever,” directed by Center Theatre Group Associate Artistic Director Neel Keller, opens Sunday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the CTG/Kirk Douglas Theatre. A DouglasPlus presentation, “Forever” was commissioned and developed by CTG with performances continue through October 26. In “Forever,” writer/performer Orlandersmith investigates [...]

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