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Culver Studios Gets Thanks from a Grateful Lin Howe

Culver Studios Gets Thanks from a Grateful Lin Howe

Linwood Howe Elementary would like to thank The Culver Studios, one of our new community partners from this past school year. Located in the school’s backyard, the Culver Studios sponsored a 3-year movie license so we can freely show movies to our students during Family Fun Night, Field Day, and rain days. In addition, the Studios hosted our 3rd graders for a tour as part of their Culver City [...]

Storytime with Mayor Clarke @ Julian Dixon Aug. 9

Storytime with Mayor Clarke @ Julian Dixon Aug. 9

Get ready to celebrate Culver City's Centennial with a special story time at the library with Mayor Jim Clarke on Tuesday, August 9 at 7 p.m. The Mayor will be reading the children's counting story, One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J. Pinczes in the Community Room of the Culver City Julian Dixon Library. This fun tale should get us all in the mood for the 100th birthday of Culver City. Mayor [...]

Just a Thought – The Price of the Ticket

Just a Thought – The Price of the Ticket

I found myself with an unexpected problem situation last summer, and now that the calendar has rolled back to August, I’m more than reminded of it; I’ve had a series of situations so much like it, I have to see this isn’t an isolated phenomenon. It’s a trend. We are now supposed to pay to volunteer. The problem – my beloved ‘Family Camp’ had been taken over by new directors, and [...]

Peace Project to Screen “Radiant Child”

Peace Project to Screen “Radiant Child”

Join the Whole 9 Gallery, The Peace Project and Public Art for All for a film screening and panel discussion of 'Radiant Child' this Saturday, July 30 from 7 to 10 pm at 3830 Main Street in Culver City. Centered on a rare interview that director and friend Tamra Davis shot with Jean Michel Basquiat over twenty years ago, this definitive documentary chronicles the meteoric rise and fall of the [...]

Centennial Gala – Tix Now Available, Click Here

Centennial Gala – Tix Now Available, Click Here

Please join the Culver City Centennial Celebration Committee at the historic Sony Pictures Studios for a tribute to “A Century of Change” in style! The Culver City Centennial Celebration’s Grand Gala is scheduled for October 1, 2016. This event will be held on the lot at Sony Pictures Studios. Sony Pictures Entertainment is the titled Sponsor for the Gala. Most of the festivities will [...]

Culver City Boulevard Music Concerts – Big Daddy Tonight

Culver City Boulevard Music Concerts – Big Daddy Tonight

As the summer concert series rolls out another Thursday, local favorites Big Daddy will be on the bandstand tonight, offering 1950's style takes on current pop music hits. As ever, show starts at 7 pm and seats are available for $10. Lawn space is free, bring your blankets and chairs,  picnic baskets and friends, and don't forget your dancing shoes. Avoid the crowds and parking hassles of [...]

Just a Thought – Herstory

Just a Thought – Herstory

It was back in 1992 when Bill Clinton was accepting the nomination for President, I was at a party in Venice that was turning from loud to rowdy. The convention, as can happen with a crowd of politicos, had become a marathon - binge watching before we coined the term - and only frequent excursions to the boulevard for more pizza, cigarettes and alcohol pulled people out of the room from time to [...]

“West of Sunset” – One Book, One City for the Centennial

“West of Sunset” – One Book, One City for the Centennial

Are you a reader? Do you belong to a book club? Do you like reading for enjoyment? For information? Do you like discussing what you read? Do you just read for your own pleasure? Do you like hearing authors speak? No matter what category you fall into, the Culver City Friends of the Library invite you to join our One Book, One City reading project to help celebrate the Culver City [...]

Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Actors’ Gang “Romeo & Juliet: The Pokemon Go Edition”

Head down to Media Park for the 10th edition of The Actors' Gang annual Free Shakespeare-in-the-Park series, Romeo and Juliet: The Pokémon GO! Edition. Based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and inspired by the characters of the fun app that has everyone playing this summer Pokémon Go, this 45 minute, multi-generational production opens Saturday, August 6 and runs every [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers to Join with Public Bikes for Family Ride

Walk ‘n Rollers to Join with Public Bikes for Family Ride

Public Bike's Go PUBLIC Rides come to Culver City! Meet at Public Bikes in Santa Monica at 11 and ride the new Expo Path all the way to Culver City. There you will receive a free treat from the Helms Bakery Truck and our Kids Bike Skills Workshop! Plus, we'll have free t-shirts for the kids! Once you arrive at Helms Bakery, you’ll receive a FREE Helms Bakery cookie (for registered riders) [...]

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