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Walk With a Doc – July 18

Walk With a Doc – July 18

Step right up for another fun Walk with a Doc on July 18, 2015 at Veteran's Park, Culver City. At 8:45 am, Dr. Sarah Carpenter will bring us up to date on Bone Health. She will be available to answer questions, so if you have concerns, let her know. Then a great warm up led by Brandon Webb of the Culver-Palms YMCA. At 9 am its off to the races; that is to the one hour fun walk, at your own [...]

USA Today Puts The Culver Hotel in ‘Most Romantic’ Race

USA Today Puts The Culver Hotel in ‘Most Romantic’ Race

The historic Culver Hotel hosts a lot of local fun, from civic meetings to film society luncheons - but did you know it's now in a national contest for the title of 'Most Romantic'? Daily newspaper USA Today is looking for your votes  to clinch the title. Built in 1924 and once owned by John Wayne, the historic hotel has hosted numerous legendary guests, including cast members from Gone with the [...]

Alliance for Biking and Walking Offers Racial Justice Webinar

Alliance for Biking and Walking Offers Racial Justice Webinar

Many biking and walking organizations are seeking to better represent equity, diversity and inclusion in their internal structures and external efforts. But, as we begin to engage in this critical work, we often get tripped up by our lack of shared language and understanding of key concepts around racial justice. Join us for our next Distance Learning Webinar on July 23 (please note the date [...]

Peace Project – Call for Artwork

Peace Project – Call for Artwork

Almost exactly 5 years ago, this image, Peace Please, by Mark Acetelli, helped launch The Peace Project with our first Annual Call for Artists. Since then 3,000 artists from 60 countries have submitted their art, helping to generate funds and awareness and giving us the momentum to change tens of thousands of lives in Africa and the Philippines. I couldn't have dreamed up a better five year [...]

‘Girlfriend’ Opens @ KDT This Sunday

‘Girlfriend’ Opens @ KDT This Sunday

Rock musical “Girlfriend” opens at the Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre this Sunday, July 19 at 6:30 p.m. Featuring a book by Todd Almond and music and lyrics by Matthew Sweet, the rock musical about first love will continue through August 9. Previews began on July 12. Reprising their roles from the 2013 Actors Theatre of Louisville production of “Girlfriend” are Ryder Bach [...]

LACMA’s ‘Race in America’ to Screen “Verbatim” with DeZarn

LACMA’s ‘Race in America’ to Screen “Verbatim” with DeZarn

LACMA will present a free screening of  Op-Docs: Race in America on Monday, July 13, 2015  at7:30 pm. Copresented by The New York Times Film Club, it will include a conversation with The New York Times Op-Docs Filmmakers. The film "Verbatim; The Ferguson Case" has Culver City actress Janine DeZarn (pictured left) in a featured role. View a selection of short opinionated documentaries from [...]

Sign the Petition to Ban Fracking in California

Sign the Petition to Ban Fracking in California

For years, tens of thousands of Californians have demanded Governor Jerry Brown end fracking and extreme oil extraction from poisoning our water, air, and health. Until now, Gov. Brown has denied and dismissed these demands, urging us all to wait for the results of a legally-mandated, independent study on the health impacts of fracking. Well, the report just came out! And it’s everything [...]

Volleyball Camps Signing Up

Volleyball Camps Signing Up

Club youth volleyball administrator Marty Siegal, a retired teacher and coach at Culver City High School and Culver City Middle School, provides this recap of the summer's last club volleyball tournament: On June 26 thru June 29th Culver VBC competed in one of the biggest youth volleyball tournaments in Southern California. CVBC sent six teams with ages ranging from 12 - 16 years of age into [...]

Veterans Career Summit to Open Opportunities

Veterans Career Summit to Open Opportunities

Securing and sustaining employment is key for the health of all veterans, their families, our neighborhoods and our city’s economy as they return back from war. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has partnered with public organizations, private-sector employers and regional nonprofits to help veterans transition back into civilian life through a career summit initiative that is veteran [...]

MCLM Offers Double M Jazz Salon July 12

MCLM Offers Double M Jazz Salon July 12

Mayme Clayton Library and Museum is also a great place to listen to top notch jazz- check out the Double M Jazz Salon Featuring the Micheal Session Sextet on  Sunday July  12 @ 1-5 pm Starting in 1988, these cats have played with Marvin Gaye, Horace Tapscott, Jose Rizzo's Jazz on the Latin Side All Stars. Kenny Burrell, Billy Higgins, Linda Hopkins, Pattie LaBelle, Lou Rawls, just to name a [...]

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