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MCLM Black Talkies Cancelled – May 28

MCLM Black Talkies Cancelled – May 28

Black Talkies on Parade, which was scheduled to present the 1984 musical The Cotton Club, has been cancelled for this month. For more info, contact MCLM - the Mayme A. Clayton Library and Museum 4130 Overland Avenue Culver City, CA 90230 www.claytonmuseum.org

Antioch Provides Free College Courses Through Bridge – Leoni Offers Matching Donation

Antioch Provides Free College Courses Through Bridge – Leoni Offers Matching Donation

Antioch University is committed to pushing the boundaries on education. Since 1999, nearly 700 students have gathered in the Bridge Program to continue their education, engage in creative and critical discussion, and ultimately, to broaden horizons of possibility for themselves, their families, and their communities. Actress Téa Leoni has pledged to match all donations, up to $30,000, made by [...]

Get Smart About College with Jamie Wallace @ Julian Dixon Tonight

Get Smart About College with Jamie Wallace @ Julian Dixon Tonight

It's the time of year when questions are floating through the minds of high schoolers. Juniors: What should you be doing junior year? Current 10th graders, curious 9th graders, do you know what steps you can take in 11th grade to jump start your college search? Doing a bit of research will help make your college search and your senior year much less hectic! Do you know when to take the [...]

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

120 graduating seniors at Culver City High School and Culver Park High School have been selected by individual donors and organizations to receive scholarships totaling $150,000. The scholarships are administered through the Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit volunteer organization. Awards will be presented on Monday, June 6, at 7:00 p.m. at the Robert Frost Auditorium. Donors [...]

Dee-Lightful Productions HONK Opens Tonight !

Dee-Lightful Productions HONK Opens Tonight !

This musical has it all: It's funny, poignant, and has great music and characters. The puns never stop and the songs are the kind you find yourself whistling the next day. It's based on the Hans Christian Andersen story The Ugly Duckling, and is perfect for all ages!  So bring the kids and enjoy this live musical theatre production! Dee-Lightful Productions features talented local kids, most [...]

Save the Date (and the Dresses) Transition Clothing Swap

Save the Date (and the Dresses) Transition Clothing Swap

Have you been saving clothes for a yard sale? Do you have clothes that are just too good to donate to a thrift shop? You are invited to another Transition Culver City Clothing Swap. If you have some great clothes that you're a bit tired of and think someone else might love, or if you want to renew your closet, join us on Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 2:30 - 5:00 pm. Please RSVP to [...]

AVPA to Play Two Concerts Before Frost Closes

AVPA to Play Two Concerts Before Frost Closes

Culminating a prolific year of performing and musical growth, Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts will present two spring concerts showcasing its student musicians in a variety of ensembles. The two concerts will represent the final performances in the Robert Frost Auditorium before the historic venue closes this summer for an extensive renovation. Both Friday [...]

PTA Gets the PICNIC – May 20

PTA Gets the PICNIC – May 20

You can prep the weekend picnic and benefit the Lin Howe PTA by shopping at PICNIC LA this Friday, May 20. Picnic LA (on the southwest corner of Duquesne and Culver, across from City Hall) will be donating 20% of sales all day long to the Lin Howe PTA. Just mention Lin Howe and you can feast on your community values while enjoying some of the freshest, most delicious food in town. Don't have a [...]

Wheels to the Train ? Bike Commuter Clinic

Wheels to the Train ? Bike Commuter Clinic

This is the weekend that the Expo Line opens to Santa Monica, and if you are planning to ride the train, planning to leave the car in the driveway is an important part of your success. Parking spaces will be limited and wheeling over on your bike can be a great way to go. This clinic will take you through the whole process so you don't have to wonder how to do approach any part of your commute. [...]

Just a Thought – What News? What, NewsFeed?!?

Just a Thought – What News? What, NewsFeed?!?

Where do you get news? What's the daily go-to for the information you feel you need? I was listening to Madeline Brand's "Press Play" program on KCRW and heard a conversation that a majority of people now get their news from Facebook. We get our news curated by our friends. We rely on the other people in our lives to decide what we need to know. While social media makes this seem very new, [...]

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