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Caring for a Parent? Seminar to Offer Resources

Caring for a Parent? Seminar to Offer Resources

Caring for an elderly parent? Here’s your chance to get all of your elder care answers in one location. "Raising Up Your Parents" has been attended by over 6,000 adults since 2009. It is a unique FREE seminar to help adult children, seniors and caregivers as they attempt to meet the challenges of growing older caring for others in their elder years. The next seminar in on Saturday, [...]

Spelling Champ A-D-V-A-N-C-E-S to State Bee

Spelling Champ A-D-V-A-N-C-E-S to State Bee

Cooper Komatsu, a Culver City Middle School student who has won two consecutive CCUSD Spelling Bees, has qualified to represent Culver City Middle School and participate at the state level of the National Geographic Bee, sponsored by Google and Plum Creek. The state bee will be held on Friday, April 4 at California State University, Fresno. The winner of the state bee will advance to the [...]

Parenting Post – Linda Marten MSW

Parenting Post – Linda Marten MSW

“The two things we can give our children are Roots and Wings.” Jonas Salk What does it mean to give both “roots” and “wings” to our children? Aren’t these opposites? When children are little, parents are busy putting down roots, building a foundation, a structure of daily routines, limits, love and guidance. It takes an enormous amount of daily effort to nurture and grow [...]

AVPA Films Premiere @ Sony

AVPA Films Premiere @ Sony

Each year Sony Studios sponsors a premier for Culver City High School’s AVPA Young Filmmakers’ annual film projects. This year, under the supervision of CCHS AVPA Creative Director Alexis Butler, Film Production and Screenwriting Teacher Josh Blake, and Cinematographer and Film Editor Duncan Ballantine, Culver’s AVPA film students got the chance to strengthen their knowledge of the art [...]

Emergency Creek Clean Up – March 29

Emergency Creek Clean Up – March 29

The recent rain has brought in tons of trash that needs to be picked up before it floats down to the ocean. Let’s get together for a last minute creek clean up to capture what we can. Join us now or for our next official creek clean-up scheduled on Saturday April 19th, from 9-noon. Register with BCR at the event, on the northwest corner of the Centinela Ave./Ballona Creek crossing in the [...]

UPCC Parents – What to do Over Spring Break (Don’t Panic)

UPCC Parents – What to do Over Spring Break (Don’t Panic)

#1 Don’t Panic Spring break for Culver City schools runs from end of school on Friday, March 21st to start of school Monday April 7th. No school for two weeks? Really? What are we going to do? Take a breath. Then consider . . . #2 Day Camps Check out Culver City’s Parks and Recreation Spring Day Camps, give them a call at 310-253-6650. You can reserve a space for a $20 per week [...]

Jack Grapes – Method Writing Seminar

Jack Grapes – Method Writing Seminar

Method Writing is an organic approach to writing, much as method acting is an organic approach to acting, stressing inner process and deep voice. “Method Writing” consists of various concepts that take the writer through techniques designed to make the writing more compelling and more effective, publishable and productive. Back by popular demand, Jack Grapes will present this overview of [...]

Parenting Post – Linda Marten MSW

Parenting Post – Linda Marten MSW

Mothers and daughters have the most intense relationship on the planet. If you’re the mother of a teenage daughter you will probably know what I mean. If you are the daughter of a mother, you will probably know what I mean. Most mothers and daughters like to talk. This is how we connect and feel loved. And, as many fathers will tell you, sometimes we talk too much. Any asset can also [...]

AVPA’s “Kiss Me Kate” Rings the Rafters

AVPA’s “Kiss Me Kate” Rings the Rafters

When AVPA puts up a musical, it's about as musical as can be, and the current production of Cole Porter's "Kiss Me Kate" is perfect proof. From "Another Openin' Another Show" in full voice with the optimistic and powerful vocals of Lizzy Ferreira to the show stealing closer "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" by the incomparable Oliver Berliner and Reno Behnken, the singing was the shining center of the [...]

Solar Power Exhibit Shows Energy in Arrays

Solar Power Exhibit Shows Energy in Arrays

The Center for Land Use Interpretation, in Culver City opened a new exhibition on Friday March 7 exploring the contemporary state of solar power in the United States. The show includes extensive photographs of all existing solar power plants in the U.S. southwest, (see Mount Signal Solar, photo left) many of which were taken "from the air, using aircraft and remote control camera platforms." A [...]

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