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Be The Match – Senora Rodriguez

Be The Match – Senora Rodriguez

. There is always a need for bone marrow donors, and right now, the need is urgent for Maria Rodriguez. The much loved second grade teacher at El Marino Elementary School is looking for community volunteers who can become a part of the bone marrow registry. After surviving cancer, she is facing both a second bout with the disease and an additional diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She [...]

Celebrate Culver City Schools and the People who Make Them Great – Tribute to the Stars 2017

Celebrate Culver City Schools and the People who Make Them Great – Tribute to the Stars 2017

Award winning school districts like ours don’t just happen. It takes an amazing community of teachers, administrators, staff members and volunteers working day in and day out to educate and nurture our students so they can develop the skills they will need to be successful not only in school, but in life. At campuses throughout our Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) Volunteers, [...]

CCPD – Reminders for Child Safety

CCPD – Reminders for Child Safety

Culver City Police Department offers a few reminders to help children stay safe. • Children should know their name, their parents name, their address, and phone number. • Teach them never take anything from someone they don’t know. • Know where your children are always. Make it a rule that your children must ask permission or check in with you before going anywhere. Give your [...]

Casting Set for “Block Party” at KDT

Casting Set for “Block Party” at KDT

Casting is finalized for three local productions being presented as part of Center Theatre Group’s inaugural Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre. Center Theatre Group will remount Coeurage Theatre Company’s production of “Failure: A Love Story,” The Fountain Theatre’s production of “Citizen: An American Lyric” and The Echo Theater Company’s production of “Dry Land” [...]

Bass to Present “From Nixon to Trump” April 19

Bass to Present “From Nixon to Trump”  April 19

Please join Congressmember Karen Bass  on Wednesday evening, April 19, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for a lively forum titled “From Nixon to Trump: Perspectives on Presidential Accountability” to discuss how presidential accountability affects our district. This event will feature panelists John Dean, author, commentator and White House Counsel under Richard Nixon and Malcolm Nance, author, [...]

CC Symphony Creates Guest Conductor Chair for Shulman

CC Symphony Creates Guest Conductor Chair for Shulman

Culver City Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce Andrew Shulman as Principal Guest Conductor. In the history of the orchestra, Shulman is the first to hold this position. Due to Conductor Fetta's demands as a conductor with other orchestras, and the work he does in the other musical positions he holds, there were times when he could not conduct the orchestra, and Shulman was called in as [...]

Fox Hills Plaza – Updates from FHNA

Fox Hills Plaza – Updates from FHNA

Since the Community Forum meetings held by Culver City’s Community Development Department,  the Fox Hills Neighborhood Association has been in contact with them for any new updates. According to the Culver City Community Development Department, as of March 16, 2017, no plans have been submitted by the new property owners of the Fox Hills Plaza. The HSH Management Company, the new owners, [...]

CTG to Offer College & Career Fair for the Arts

CTG to Offer College & Career Fair for the Arts

Center Theatre Group invites current high school students, parents and teachers to attend the second annual “College & Career Fair for the Arts” on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Music Center Annex located at 601 W. Temple St. in Downtown L.A. Center Theatre Group will also be hosting the previously announced “Going Pro Career Fair” for college and [...]

Culver City Julian Dixon Library Book Sale – April 1

Culver City Julian Dixon Library Book Sale – April 1

The annual County of Los Angeles book sale, Books! Books! Books!, will be on April 1 this year. This is no April Fool's joke, however, this is a great day to visit different County of Los Angeles branches and check out their book sales! Great deals are sure to be found. Our book sale room at Julian Dixon Culver City Library will be fully and freshly stocked for the occasion! If you have books [...]

CC Historical Society Will Celebrate Local Families, “Take a Letter” @ April Meeting

CC Historical Society Will Celebrate Local Families, “Take a Letter” @ April Meeting

The Culver City Historical Society will be celebrating the Freemans and the Shapiros at their monthly meeting, April 19 at 7 pm at the Vets Auditorium. A letter from Harry Culver will also be a part of the proceedings, a gift to the Society from the Shapiros. The program will take a trip from Latvia to Culver City to explore the family history of Stu Freeman, local businessman and past [...]

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