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Sip for Our Schools – Tickets on Sale

Sip for Our Schools – Tickets on Sale

If having fun for a good cause is your idea of a great time, there's a Saturday night coming soon that will fill the bill. Join the Culver City Education Foundation from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, October 11 for a casual and engaging evening of friendship, music, beer and wine tasting, along with savory and sweet bites, while supporting our schools. Music will be provided by the awesome Culver [...]

El Marino Wins PTA Membership Contest

El Marino Wins PTA Membership Contest

Last winter and spring, the National PTA held a membership contest called 14 in 14. For every 14 new members to join a PTA unit between February and June of 2014, the unit was entered in a raffle. Only 14 winners were chosen out of the tens of thousands of PTA units across the country. Culver City's own El Marino Language School was randomly selected as one of the winners! The prize was [...]

Wende Museum Will be Final Stop for East German Guardhouse

Wende Museum Will be Final Stop for East German Guardhouse

On the other side of the Cold War stand-off, America’s adversary, the German Democratic Republic (GDR, or East Germany) expended significant resources to counter the NATO Allies’ battle for hearts and minds by promoting its own vision of the world. Their ADN (Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst) was the official and only news agency of the GDR, holding a monopoly on all newspapers, radio, [...]

“The Making of the Wizard of Oz” – Oct. 15 with CC Historical Society

“The Making of the Wizard of Oz” – Oct. 15 with CC Historical Society

Aljean Harmetz, author of The Making of the Wizard of Oz, will discuss her book and reveal facts about the classic movie made in Culver City, which is marking its 75th anniversary this year, at the next general meeting of the Culver City Historical Society, Wednesday, October 15, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. in the Teen Center at 4153 Overland Avenue, Culver City. The program will include songs from the [...]

Black Talkies to Present Wilkes Lecture & Micheux Masterpiece

Black Talkies to Present Wilkes Lecture & Micheux Masterpiece

Black Talkies on Parade celebrates the music of the early 20th century with a special program om Sept. 27  starting at 3 pm that will transform the audience back to the swinging days of the early 1900's. Galen Wilkes opens the event with a lecture on early cinema featuring slides, music, and film clips. Along with being a historian, Galen is a composer who helped spark a ragtime revival in Los [...]

Transition Culver City to Join People’s Climate March

Transition Culver City to Join People’s Climate March

Now is the time to speak out and demand action action on climate change. Join Transition Culver City at the People's Climate March LA. We don't have to travel to NYC to make our voices heard - strive for carbon neutrality by joining dozens of community groups who will be marching along Wilshire Blvd. Saturday September 20, 2014. The People's Climate March (PCM) is an upcoming large-scale event [...]

Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Culver City Walk With a Doc, Saturday, September 20 at Veterans Park, 4417 Overland Avenue near the tennis courts. In this month's topic "Sleep, the Final Frontier" Culver City Pediatrician Dr Jeffrey Penso will discuss too much/too little sleep and how to succeed without the use of dangerous drugs. He and Brandon will then lead the group on a neighborhood walk. Warm-up and stretching with [...]

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Hot enough for you? If Death Valley has come up in your conversation anytime in the last few days, you should check out the real deal - you don't have to drive there, just get to Arcana Books this Friday Sept. 19 from 7 to 9 pm.  The photographs in Pamela Littky‘s new book, Vacancy, chronicle life in two desert towns that both claim the mantle of “Gateway to Death Valley”: Baker, [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Greetings everyone, I am back from the Feline Journalist Convention. It was awesome, kind of like a TED event, but with cats. Dan Savage was there! I even met up with Grumpy Cat to ask her what the hell her problem was back in July. I was supposed to have lunch with her at the Licensing Expo in Vegas and she pulled a Diva move and blew me off. Apparently she actually had a good reason; she [...]

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF has obtained a renewal grant from Global Sports Development for $8,980. This grant will enable Culver City High School to continue its Athletic Academic Support Program during this school year. Through the grant from Global Sports Development, students also participate in the Culture, Education , Sports and Ethics Program (CESEP), creating artworks on the topics of sportsmanship, fair [...]

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