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Culver City Rain Gardens Need Volunteers

Culver City Rain Gardens Need Volunteers

 The Culver City Rain Gardens capture rain and surface runoff, filter noxious contaminants that would otherwise flow into the Ballona Creek, and beautify the urban landscape. Your help is needed to weed, water, and maintain the garden to give the newly planted natives time to take root and thrive. The Bay Foundation is offering Community Service hours given along with plenty of feel good vibes [...]

Once on This Island – Aug. 14 – 16

Once on This Island – Aug. 14 – 16

dee-Lightful Productions proudly presents four performances of "Once on This Island, Jr." featuring talented local performers ages 7-17. Come see this powerful musical which won the 1995 Olivier Award for Best new Musical. Once On This Island is a captivating legend of romance between a peasant girl and a rich city boy whom she saves from death. This calypso-flavoured re-telling of The [...]

Movie Music in MdR from Classical Waterside Concerts – Aug. 7

Movie Music in MdR from Classical Waterside Concerts – Aug. 7

Music has always been part of the movies from the silent films to today. A movie score can raise a film to greater heights. Movie magic has longed been talked about, and these Classical Waterside Concerts at Burton Chace Park have their own magic. Combine the two, and it is a very promising evening. Frank Fetta conducts the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony. The 2014 Summer Season is an [...]

Just A Thought – Idle Iydll

Just A Thought – Idle Iydll

When I was out of town in July, off at my favorite place, I gave a lot of thought to the idea of idleness. It's not popular, and a recent study showed that people seem to find being alone with their thoughts so uncomfortable, they chose to self-administer electric shocks. I think of free time as a gift, not a punishment, but perhaps I'm in the minority. I come from a tradition of workaholics, [...]

CCPD to Sponsor National Night Out – August 5

CCPD to Sponsor National Night Out – August 5

Culver City's annual participation in 'National Night Out' is coming this Tuesday August 5 at Lindberg Park. In 1984, the National Association of Town Watch introduced the idea of National Night Out to Promote police-community partnerships, crime prevention, and neighborhood camaraderie.Across the country, "light on" and front porch vigils have been ways to participate in the annual event, [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers Family Fun Ride – Aug 3

Walk ‘n Rollers Family Fun Ride – Aug 3

Bike with Walk 'n Rollers for your chance to win Coffee Conservancy gift cards, bike lights and Metro Swag Bag! RSVP on Meetup Today and receive extra goodies at the park (click www.meetup.com/Walk-n-Rollers/events/193219722/) This month our free family ride begins at El Marino Language School (11450 Port Rd., Culver City, CA 90230) and heads to Carlson Park for free theatre in the park with [...]

Culver Closet Needs Stockings (and Re-Stocking!)

Culver Closet Needs Stockings (and Re-Stocking!)

Culver Closet gave away nearly all of their clothes in the past weeks, and it's time to stock those resources for children needing clothes for the upcoming school year. There is a great need for clothing for small children (K-3) and as ever, a need for socks and shoes in all sizes. Culver Closet is a resource for district families in need, and it's the perfect place to donate your gently used [...]

Rusty Hicks to Address Democratic Club Meeting

Rusty Hicks to Address Democratic Club Meeting

Rusty Hicks, a labor leader, will be speaking on how Labor Unions do their endorsements at this coming months Democratic Club General Meeting at 7pm on Wednesday, August 13th. The meeting is free and open to the public at the Rotunda Room of Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Ave. Rusty Hicks currently serves as the Political Director of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor – an [...]

Summer Music Series July 31 – John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band

Summer Music Series July 31 – John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band

Bluegrass from The John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band is on the menu tonight for the Summer Concert Series. Bring your family and friends, you favorite blanket and get to City Hall before 7 pm, when the show starts. Music virtuoso John Jorgenson, known for his blistering guitar and mandolin licks and mastery of a broad musical palette, has earned a reputation as a world-class musician, as [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, I am learning to crochet! It’s really fun! Most spiders are naturally adept at spinning webs, but the designs are too traditional for me. I’m trying something new. I showed it to a few friends but they got scared. Why are some people afraid of art? Sincerely, Spider Dali Dear Awesome Spider, You should totally sell that thing on Etsy! Did you know there are knitting [...]

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