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Green5 Awards go to Recycling Contest Winners

Green5 Awards go to Recycling Contest Winners

The CCUSD Environmental Sustainability Committee has announced the winners of its Recycling Competition: * La Ballona will receive $500 and first prize Green5 Certificate * Lin Howe, El Rincon, El Marino and Farragut elementary schools will each will be recognized for particular aspects of their efforts via a Green5 certificate * Culver City Middle School and Culver City High School will [...]

Clybourne Park @ Kentwood

Clybourne Park @ Kentwood

“Clybourne Park” was written as a companion piece to “A Raisin in the Sun,” an audience favorite that was produced by Kentwood Players at the Westchester Playhouse from January 8 to February 13, 2016. “Clybourne Park” is a savagely funny and ferociously smart play that won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play. Set in Chicago, the play explodes in two [...]

Just a Thought – Disconnected

Just a Thought – Disconnected

It looked like an obvious news story to me; dozens of people complaining about spending hours in line to register for 'Just 4 Kids' camp through the Culver City Parks and Recreation Department. I went to the meeting of the Parks and Recreation Commission, expecting a crowd of speakers waiting to address the issue. But there was no one there. Just the commissioners, available to discuss the [...]

Good Dirt Booking Summer Sessions

Good Dirt Booking Summer Sessions

Do you and your relatives LOVE receiving handmade presents from your little ones, but wish their labor didn’t leave such a whirlwind mess behind? We totally understand. That’s why Good Dirt LA is the perfect place for them to be this summer! We encourage young campers to explore and create without any limitations. They’ll learn the ins and outs of working with clay while getting a [...]

Metro to Permit Surfboards on Expo Line

Metro to Permit Surfboards on Expo Line

It's been more than half a century since LA had a rail line that traveled all the way to the Pacific Ocean, but all that is set to change with the May 20 debut of Expo Line's extension to Santa Monica. Along with the new train line to the sea, Metro now also has a potential new crop of riders it hasn't really had to deal with before: surfers. Budget-conscious and environmentally-friendly [...]

CCHS Wins Prestigious ‘Democracy School’ Accreditation – Help This Program Thrive

CCHS Wins Prestigious ‘Democracy School’ Accreditation – Help This Program Thrive

This past weekend, CCHS became 1 of 12 California schools that is officially honored with The Democracy School Accreditation! Some of our goals are to teach students the importance and processes of voting, civil dialogue, and taking action to solve a problem in their community. In line with the last goal above, it's important to recognize and reward students who go above and beyond for their [...]

Yo San University Graduates Largest Class Ever – T. S. Owen

Yo San University Graduates Largest Class Ever – T. S. Owen

Culver City has a great focus on health with Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, whose first class of eight students started in 1989. Their largest class yet - 70 students - have now graduated into practice. Yo San offers masters and doctoral degrees for its 200 students. The graduates were awarded Master of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine or Doctors of Traditional [...]

Endgame – KDT Stages the Ultimate End

Endgame – KDT Stages the Ultimate End

If you have never seen a production of Endgame, you should see this one. If you have seen a dozen productions of Endgame, you should see this one. There is no one alive who can present Beckett as well as this cast, and they won't be around to do it much longer. There is a timeless quality to Endgame. It can leave you questioning when this play takes place - is it historical? contemporary? [...]

New ‘Honor’ Library for El Rincon Rockets

New ‘Honor’ Library for El Rincon Rockets

El Rincon has created a Free Lending Library for the student community. The library offers books for grades TK through 5 to encourage all students to read more books. Like the Free Little Libraries it is modeled after, it will be an 'on your honor' system where students can borrow a book and return it, or donate a different book to the library. The hope is that students will have a wider variety [...]

So You Want to Get Published – IWOSC Has Advice

So You Want to Get Published – IWOSC Has Advice

Today’s publishing market is more competitive than it has ever been, and millions of new authors rush in without educating themselves. Learn how to avoid the rookie mistakes: You’re not just writing a story; you’re running a business. The industry hasn’t changed as much as you think. Self-publishing is not the liberating experience that you expect. Agents and publishers aren’t as [...]

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