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‘For Great Schools’ Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins

‘For Great Schools’ Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins

Scott McVarish, Co-founder of United Parents for Culver City (UPCC) Interviews CCUSD School Board Member Sue Robins on..... See the videos and blogs for the entire “For Great Schools” series at www.facebook.com/forgreatschools Scott McVarish: Sue Robins has been on the Culver City school board for eighteen months. She was a middle school teacher in Culver City Middle School for over 6 [...]

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Mind the Numbers (and TCB)

Hello Readers! While Culver City Crossroads is always pleased to have more readers (new readers and long time readers) we thought it important to take a moment ask you to mind the numbers, and take care of business. Mind the Numbers - We often get comments on posts that are several years old, sometimes without folks realizing that this is not new news.( In fact, one of our most active threads [...]

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Free Film Series! Coming in July @ Westfield

Looking for some easy fun this summer? Join us for family-friendly films at Westfield Culver City starting at sundown on the 4th Level Parking Structure near the Dining Terrace. Each movie will have a special surprise! All pre-movie events start at about 6:30 pm and end around 7:30 pm. It is first come, first serve so, please come early to reserve your spot! * Fri Jul 10: "The Lego Movie" -- [...]

Toxic Waste Drop Off – June 27

Toxic Waste Drop Off – June 27

A FREE Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Recycling Roundup for Culver City area residents will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2015. Located at the Wende Museum Front Parking Lot, 10808 Culver Boulevard in Culver City from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Culver City area residents will have the opportunity to safely dispose of household hazardous waste such as antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, [...]

Julian Dixon Library Programs Do Summer Off-Site with We Tell Stories, Wednesday Storytimes

Julian Dixon Library Programs Do Summer Off-Site with We Tell Stories, Wednesday Storytimes

Just because the Julian Dixon Library is getting a remodel doesn't mean that your favorite summer programs are not happening. Just up the street at the Veterans' Memorial Building  - both Wednesday Morning Storytimes and We Tell Stories  are scheduled for a summer full of fun. Dates, times and location for summer library programs are all right here. We Tell Stories, LA’s acclaimed [...]

MCLM Black Talkies – The Spook Who Sat by the Door

MCLM Black Talkies – The Spook Who Sat by the Door

This month Black Talkies on Parade screens the underrated and rarely broadcast film The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973), directed by Ivan Dixon and based on a book of the same name written by Sam Greenlee. This unique film is a mixture of many genres including political thriller, satire, comedy, and blaxploitation. In 2012 the Library of Congress named the film to the National Film Registry to [...]

Culver Park Thanks Community Partners

Culver Park Thanks Community Partners

Culver Park High School recently held a reception to thank its community partners for another great year. The event included refreshments, a student performance and a student art display. Among the partners recognized at the event were: UCLA for its programs helping students prepare for community college and higher education; YMCA for its student fitness programs; K9 Connection for offering [...]

Wende Museum – Current Collection

Wende Museum – Current Collection

The Cold War erupted 70 years ago into a breathless battle of brinksmanship between two nuclear superpowers. It pitted America the Good against the Soviet Bloc's Evil Empire; a period when jazz was subversive and outlawed, the Olympic Games deadly serious and world annihilation possible at the push of a red button. Culver City’s Wende Museum and Archive of the Cold War documents this era [...]

Curiosity Tales with Lineage Dance @ Ivy Substation

Curiosity Tales with Lineage Dance @ Ivy Substation

On Saturday, June 20 at 2:00 p.m., Lineage Dance Company presents The Curiosity Tales, a live dance performance for the whole family. The performance will be at the Ivy Substation located at 9070 Venice Blvd in Culver City. Alice went through the looking glass. Eve ate the apple. Pandora opened the box. But what happened to these infamously curious gals when they grew up? Curiosity rehab. [...]

Los Angeles Women’s Theater Festival

Los Angeles Women’s Theater Festival

From its 23rd Annual Festival, the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival brings encore performances to Culver City on June 19 at 8:00 p.m. at the Ivy Substation. The show will be hosted by Hattie Winston, Rosie Lee Hooks and Joyce Guy. Celebration: Steel Drums, Ballet Slippers and Resilience! will feature performances by Florence Larue, Jozanne Marie, Sharrell D. Luckett, Tracy Silver, [...]

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