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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

Fox Hills Facts – Judi Sherman

14th Annual Fox Hills Park Clean-Up Event on June 10th! Mark your calendar it’s our “Annual Fox Hills Park Clean-up” When: Sat. June 10th 9:30am – Noon Where: Fox Hills Park (meet at the park benches by the playground) What : Come help plant or clean up the park. Pizza lunch will be provided after. If you would like to bring travel toiletries we will be donating them to the Culver [...]

Volleyball Camp – Sign Up for Summer

Volleyball Camp – Sign Up for Summer

A youth volleyball camp for beginners and intermediates will be conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club, July 19-22, 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Culver City middle and high school gyms. The daily 3-hour sessions teach fundamentals of setting, hitting, passing and serving. Fee is $175. “The class is intended for players without experience to those with light experience, hoping to start on club or [...]

Culver City Women’s Club Installs New Board

Culver City Women’s Club Installs New Board

At the May General Meeting the Culver City Woman's Club installed new officers for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year. Pictured from left to right are: Cecelia Boskin=Corresponding Secretary; Carole Kanter -Treasurer; Judit Harris-Recording Secretary; Barbara Rainier Popkin - 2nd Vice President; Pat Harmon - 1st Vice President; Carol DeSalvo - 3rd Vice President; Angie Waller - President; and Barbara [...]

David Scott Wyant

David Scott Wyant

With deep sadness, the family of Scott Wyant announces his passing at home in Culver City, California, on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the age of 65, after a year-long battle with brain cancer. Cherished husband of Leslie Spanier. Proud father of Molly Hyant and son-in-law Doug Hyant. Beloved son of Lee Wyant and the late Jean Wyant. He was predeceased by his sister, Laure Wyant. He will be deeply [...]

Mitchell and Lara Move Juvenile Justice Reforms through Sacramento

Mitchell and Lara Move Juvenile Justice Reforms through Sacramento

State senators yesterday approved setting age 12 as the minimum age for prosecution, part of a package of sweeping reforms of how California’s criminal justice system treats youths and young adults. In addition, senators approved a companion measure that seeks a modest step toward enacting the bipartisan movement to end wasteful incarceration spending in favor of community [...]

Walk ‘N Rollers Offers “Rules of the Road” Commuting by Bike Class

Walk ‘N Rollers Offers “Rules of the Road” Commuting by Bike Class

When inspiration meets preparation, you have a solution. Commuting by bike isn't as intimidating as you might imagine. Rules of the Road + Commuting by Bike is a Walk 'nRollers class that will introduce you to the essentials of bike safety, rules of the road and commuting basics. Half the class will be in the classroom and half on the bike. A bike in good working order and helmet is required. All [...]

Westside Regional Center Talks with CCUSD Parents – May 22

Westside Regional Center Talks with CCUSD Parents – May 22

Looking for support and services for children with disabilities or developmental delays? The Linwood E. Howe PTA's Special Needs Committee is hosting a talk by the Westside Regional Center here at Lin Howe next Monday eveningMay 22, 2017.  It's open to all CCUSD parents - preschool and up. The mission of the Westside Regional Center is "to empower people with developmental disabilities and [...]

CTG Announces New Season at the Kirk Douglas

CTG Announces New Season at the Kirk Douglas

Center Theatre Group’s 14th season at the Douglas features a world premiere comedy, a Pulitzer Finalist Drama, the West Coast Premiere of a smash hit parody of a mega-hit Musical, plus the continuation of an exciting new tradition Paul Rudnick’s “Big Night,” Gerard Alessandrini’s “Spamilton” Quiara Alegría Hudes’ “Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue,” and the Second Annual Block [...]

Culver City Polystyrene Ban to Go into Effect on November 8, 2017

Culver City Polystyrene Ban to Go into Effect on November 8, 2017

May 8, 2017, the City of Culver City became the 108th city in California to adopt a citywide ordinance that bans the use of Polystyrene foodware. Polystyrene, which is a synthetic polymer plastic that comes in two forms – foam (often mistakenly referred to as “Styrofoam”) and solid (straws, cutlery, coffee cup lids) – are commonly used by restaurants for take-out food orders. The [...]

Tonight Only – ‘Rikers: An American Jail’ with Bill Moyers @ Actors’ Gang

Tonight Only – ‘Rikers: An American Jail’ with Bill Moyers @ Actors’ Gang

Actors’ Gang Theater is hosting a special benefit screening of Rikers: An American Jail, on Monday, May 15 at 8:00 pm,. A conversation with award-winning journalist Bill Moyers, who oversaw the documentary, Academy Award winner Tim Robbins, and Chris Bisbano, a former Prison Project student, will follow the screening. The event is the second of Actors’ Gang Axis Mundi 2017 season, a series [...]

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