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CCPD Promotes Super Bowl & Sober Drivers; Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

CCPD Promotes Super Bowl & Sober Drivers; Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

Football fans across the country will tune in to the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5 and for many, the event often includes alcohol. The California Office of Traffic Safety and Culver City Police Department are teaming up with law enforcement across the state for a special Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk campaign to urge all football fans to call the right play on Super Bowl weekend and pass [...]

CCHS Athletes Make College Picks on National Signing Day

CCHS Athletes Make College Picks on National Signing Day

Five stellar athletes from Culver City High School officially made their college selections yesterday morning at ceremony in the Culver City High School gymnasium on National Signing Day – the first day high school athletes across the national are allowed to sign their letters of intent to play sports on the collegiate level. Krista Hernandez, the star libero for the Centaurs’ girls [...]

“Lyrics from Lockdown” a Tour de Force

“Lyrics from Lockdown” a Tour de Force

I was barely into the immersive drama of Lyrics from Lockdown when I experienced déjà vu. A black man routinely driving to work pulled over by a flashing light. Telling himself in singsong not to react, asking the officer in politely neutral language what the problem is, self soothing when the officer says it’s a broken taillight and takes his drivers license and registration back to the [...]

CC Democratic Club Meeting to Focus on Health Care Repeal

CC Democratic Club Meeting to Focus on Health Care Repeal

Fighting back against the Trump Administration’s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act will be the focus of the next Culver City Democratic Club meeting, on February 8, 2017. This month, Culver City Democrats will have the chance to ask questions of panelists who have expertise in negotiating the often-difficult process of obtaining and maintaining health insurance and who will provide advice [...]

Save the Date – Burning Heart Bluegrass & Bluegrass Republic @ Boulevard Music Feb 25

Save the Date – Burning Heart Bluegrass & Bluegrass Republic @ Boulevard Music Feb 25

Burning Heart Bluegrass joins forces with Chris Cerna and the Bluegrass Republic once again on Saturday, February 25th at Boulevard Music in Culver City for a high-energy celebration of real Bluegrass music. Be ready for hard-driving rhythms, hot licks, soaring harmonies, and a few tender ballads, as well. There is nothing like the sound of guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and doghouse bass [...]

Quilts & Fiber Art “From the Streets to the Sky”

Quilts & Fiber Art “From the Streets to the Sky”

Branch Gallery is pleased to announce their upcoming exhibition, “From the Streets to the Sky,” featuring twenty-one fiber artists. This exhibition highlights work by members in Quilts on the Wall, a local fiber group that shares a passion for quilting. Participating members include: Linda Anderson, Laurie Bucher, David Charity, Patricia Charity, Carol Churchill, Linda Friedman, Sharon [...]

Loved the Technique? Kinnon Schooled Gosling in Jazz Piano for ‘La La Land’

Loved the Technique? Kinnon Schooled Gosling in Jazz Piano for ‘La La Land’

When producers for La La Land needed someone to prepare Ryan Gosling for his role as a jazz piano star, Culver City's own Liz Kinnon got the call. The gig was a unique challenge for Kinnon with an unprecedented goal. In three months, she had to take a student with inherent musicality, but who had never studied piano nor read music, and prepare him to play specific pieces to seamlessly emulate a [...]

SSI Workshop @ Julian Dixon

SSI Workshop @ Julian Dixon

Got questions about your SSI?  Come for an educational Social Security Workshop at the Julian Dixon Library on Thursday, February 9th at 6:00pm or Saturday, February 11th at 11:00am. The workshop will cover the new rules and basics of Social Security along with the advanced filing strategies that could increase your lifetime benefit. No charge to attend with limited seating, so sign up today! If [...]

Valentine Storytime @ Culver City Julian Dixon Library

Valentine Storytime @ Culver City Julian Dixon Library

Culver City Friends of the Library will present “Snowy Valentine” for the  February Storytime with Culver City Parks and Recreation Commissioner Scott Zeidman reading. Step out into a snowy Valentine’s Day with Jasper the bunny as he searches the forest valley for a special gift for his loved one. In his picture-book debut, David Petersen, the Eisner Award–winning creator of Mouse [...]

El Pachuco Wears the ‘Zoot Suit’

El Pachuco Wears the ‘Zoot Suit’

International stage and screen star Demian Bichir takes on the look of an icon for the Mark Taper Forum’s upcoming revival of “Zoot Suit,” opening February 12, 2017; previews begin January 31.  Bichir, who with an array of stars helped announce the Oscar nominees this week, is fulfilling a dream by appearing in “Zoot Suit.” He is taking time off from his busy film schedule to work with [...]

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