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“Issues & Eggs” Will Feature CCUSD’s New Superintendent Arnold

“Issues & Eggs” Will Feature CCUSD’s New Superintendent Arnold

Josh Arnold, the recently appointed Superintendent of Culver City Unified School District, will speak at the September 7, 2016 Chamber of Commerce Issues & Eggs Forum at the Courtyard by Marriott located at 6333 Bristol Parkway. Dr. Arnold, who was with the Los Alamitos Unified School District as Assistant Superintendent officially began his career in Culver City in early July. Josh [...]

Just a Thought – Park Place

Just a Thought – Park Place

I drive, therefore I park. It's one of the challenging facts of modern urban life. It's particularly troubling in light of the fact that, in Culver City, we live in an almost idyllic climate, with plenty of sidewalks and even lots of bike lanes. Why anyone is in their cars as often as we are is kind of sad. The amazing, appalling, continual quarrels we carry on over parking spaces depresses [...]

Kids at Hope Symposium with Antwone Fisher Sept. 7

Kids at Hope Symposium with Antwone Fisher Sept. 7

Antwone Fisher, award-winning writer, poet and filmmaker, and Rick Miller, founder of Kids at Hope, will visit CCUSD, Robert Frost Auditorium on September 7th to share how HOPE is used as a strategy to achieve success for all children and youth. Kids at Hope is an international organization that studies family, school and community cultures to better understand how children succeed or [...]

YMCA September Challenge – Sign Up Now

YMCA September Challenge – Sign Up Now

Take your September fitness program to a new level by signing up for the 30-day, 460 mile San Francisco Cycle Challenge by Wednesday, September 1. The Challenge kicks off on September 1 and runs through September 30. You’ll be taking the scenic route along the coast to San Francisco, logging the miles you cycle on stationary bikes in the Cycle Room or in the Fitness Center. We’ll record your [...]

“Marley” @ MCLM Black Talkies

“Marley” @ MCLM Black Talkies

This month Black Talkies on Parade celebrates the life and music of Bob Marley with a screening of the 2012 documentary, Marley. Directed by Kevin MacDonald, the film uses rare footage to document Marley's life as a legendary musician who brought reggae to the forefront of music. The film includes interviews with Marley's close friends and associates, along with concert footage. The film also [...]

Save the Date – CC Historical Society Founder’s Day Picnic

Save the Date – CC Historical Society Founder’s Day Picnic

The Culver City Historical Society invites its members and the community to its second annual Founder’s Day Picnic celebrating the 99th anniversary of the incorporation of Culver City, Sunday, September 18, 2016, from 12 noon to 3 pm at the picnic area in Veterans Park, 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City. Bring your hearty appetites to this delicious BBQ lunch. Picnic-goers will be [...]

Just a Thought – What Are You Looking At?

Just a Thought – What Are You Looking At?

More than once, I had to ask myself, what am I looking at? I felt a sense of relief turning off the television after the end of the Olympic closing ceremony. I don't usually watch sports but I can't resist the Olympics; the ritual, the spectacle, so many athletes at the peak of their powers. But coming right after the national political conventions, I've spent so much time in front of the tube [...]

Busy Nov. 8th? Paid Volunteers Needed as Pollworkers

Busy Nov. 8th? Paid Volunteers Needed as Pollworkers

Volunteers are needed to staff polling places on Nov. 8, a critical job that pays between $105 and $175 for Election Day and pre-election training. Volunteers typically work 14 to 15 hours on Election Day. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Most volunteers work close to home, and communities appreciate the people who put int the time to take care of democracy. Pollworkers are required to [...]

Walk with a Doc – Aug. 20

Walk with a Doc – Aug. 20

Walk With A Doc/Culver City, Saturday, August 20 at 8:45 a,m. at Veterans Park, 4117 Overland, Culver City near the tennis courts. Jeffrey Penso will briefly discuss “The healing powers of venom.” and lead the group on a walk through the neighborhood. Warm up with Culver Palms YMCA trainer, Brandon Webb, precedes the talk. This event is free and open to th epublic This international [...]

KDT Begins Rehearsals for “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

KDT Begins Rehearsals for “Throw Me on the Burnpile…”

Rehearsals have begun for the world premiere of “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up,” written and performed by the Oscar-nominated Lucy Alibar (Best Adapted Screenplay for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”). “Throw Me on the Burnpile…” begins previews September 10, opens September 16 and continues through October 2, 2016, at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. Directed [...]

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