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County Debuts New Site for Access – trails.lacounty.gov

County Debuts New Site for Access – trails.lacounty.gov

Recognizing the growing popularity of outdoor recreation enjoyed on paths through parks and natural areas, the Department of Parks and Recreation has unveiled a new website dedicated exclusively to information about trails throughout Los Angeles County. “Los Angeles County is home to one of the world’s most diverse and expansive multi-use trail systems, and a growing number of people of [...]

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

Donna Sternberg and Dancers presents One Song, Many Dances on November 7 and 8 at 8:30 pm. One piece of music by renowned world music composer Yuval Ron is interpreted by five dance companies from different cultural backgrounds. This grand experiment investigates how an audience’s perception of music is affected by seeing it through the lens of dances from different cultures. Performing on the [...]

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, My wife and I were having an argument and we both said “potato canon” at the same time. She said “Jinx” first and now I can’t talk until someone says my name. Meanwhile, my father in law is spewing his political rants all over my kitchen and I can’t tell him he is has a rutabaga for a brain. He thinks the grocery store tabloids claiming Michael Jackson and George [...]

Culver City Compost – Closing the Circle

Culver City Compost – Closing the Circle

American Organics and Culver City is closing the loop and replenishing the earth with nutrient rich compost! Culver City Public Works with American Organics is holding a free of charge compost giveaway event in the parking lot adjacent to the Bone Yard Dog Park. Where: Bill Botts Baseball Field and Playground 9710 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City, 90232 When: The event is on Saturday November [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dances Original Works Nov. 6 and 7

AVPA Danger Zone Dances Original Works Nov. 6 and 7

The Danger Zone Dance Project launches its 2014-15 season with a rare fall performance of original works by the students and teachers of the AVPA Dance Department at Culver City High School. Highlights of the evening – a more streamlined, experimental counterpart to the company’s traditional spring show – include: A performance of Yesterday’s Tomorrow, choreographed by AVPA [...]

Happy Halloween from Big Daddy

Happy Halloween from Big Daddy

Culver City's  musical treasure Bob Wayne has dressed up The Phantom of the Opera in a bit of fun with some "Monster Mash" rhythms for a Happy Halloween video on YouTube. From Derek McCaw of Fanboy Planet  "I've always had a thing for cover songs that really mess with the original while still staying somewhat recognizable. And back in college, I heard a band that found a unique way to do it [...]

AVPA Fall Concert Fills the Frost with Symphony, Swing and the Spirit of the Season

AVPA Fall Concert Fills the Frost with Symphony, Swing and the Spirit of the Season

I was seated towards the back of the Robert Frost Auditorium, almost mesmerized. Listening to the artistry of Reno Behnken playing the Piano Concerto in D major by Hayden, accompanied by the AVPA String Ensemble,  a very small voice behind me said what everyone was thinking; "I like dat music, I like dat music a lot." While the accompanying parent quieted the little boy, he was only observing [...]

Holy Cross Cemetery; A Catholic Oasis with a Macabre Twist – Hadley Meares

Holy Cross Cemetery; A Catholic Oasis with a Macabre Twist – Hadley Meares

There is a feeling of order, safety and efficiency at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City. Surrounded by large, purposeful office buildings, and almost sideswiped by the 10 freeway, this 200 acre memorial park, owned and maintained by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles,has a peaceful, almost antiseptic air -- call it corporate Catholic. The rolling hills are a perfect green, and the bouquets and [...]

Voting Never Stops – TS Owen

Voting Never Stops – TS Owen

OK, so you missed the deadline to cast an easy mail-in ballot and face actually going to a polling station on Tuesday. You haven’t cast your ballot in a real voting booth for years. You fear it will take too long, be inconvenient, out of your way - where is it, anyway? - and you have a ton of things to do on Tuesday. But these midterms are important; there are issues and candidates you care [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Offers Unique Fundraiser

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Offers Unique Fundraiser

Just in time for the holidays the Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center is pleased to host an exhibit and sale of the unique jewelry created by Culver City resident, artist, and author Francia Turner Fate. The event will be on Saturday, November 8th from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at 5502 Sawtelle Blvd. Refreshments will be served. Francia will donate 25% of sales to the Friends group to help [...]

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