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A Raisin in the Sun @ Mayme Clayton

A Raisin in the Sun @ Mayme Clayton

Black Talkies on Parade is pleased to present a screening of Daniel Petrie's A Raisin in the Sun with special guest Mamie Hansberry, sister of the film's writer Lorraine Hansberry. A Raisin in the Sun began as a play that debuted on Broadway in 1959 and ran for two years. The story was then adapted into a film featuring the play's cast including Sidney Poitier, Ruby Dee, Claudia McNeil, Diana [...]

Just a Thought – Skating Away

Just a Thought – Skating Away

"Did you ever get the feeling that the story's too damn real and in the present tense? Or that everyone is on the stage and it seems like you're the only person sitting in the audience?" Jethro Tull "Skating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Day" Another turn-around on the ice; what was once a local news story has become a classic Greek drama. Heroes, villains, a huge chorus, and a plot that is [...]

Give Someone the Honor They Deserve – Nominations Close on Jan.31

Give Someone the Honor They Deserve – Nominations Close on Jan.31

Sony Pictures Entertainment Teacher and Rotary Club of Culver City Classified Employee of the Year nominations are due on or before January 31, 2014, so take a few moments to consider those extra special people who have gone above and beyond what's expected to provide and support exceptional educational experiences for your child. Forms are available below.  We would love to have a [...]

Young Movie Makers Inspire Creation for CCMS Students

Young Movie Makers Inspire Creation for CCMS Students

Young Movie Makers is starting their second semester on January 22 at Culver City Middle School. This year we've transitioned from an after-school program and have found a home in the Academic Language Development class during the school day. This class helps advanced English Language Learners develop their English speaking skills. YMM is going to enhance the classroom curriculum by involving the [...]

Worldwide Women’s Gymnastics Competition @ Vets Jan. 23-26

Worldwide Women’s Gymnastics Competition @ Vets Jan. 23-26

The world may be gearing up for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, but it is the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics(LASG) heating up with World and Olympic Champions from all over the globe to compete in what has become one of the largest multi-level rhythmic gymnastics competitions in the world, The L.A. Lights Tournament of Champions. Just like the Olympic Games, this event is drawing the best [...]

Middle School Improv Set for a Weekend of Spontaneous Fun

Middle School Improv Set for a Weekend of Spontaneous Fun

Bring the family for fun-filled, improvised performances by CCMS's Comedy Improv Troupe. In its fifth successful year, CCMS Theatre Arts is offering six performances: Saturday January 25 at 1:30, 4 and 7 p.m. and Sunday January 26 at 1:30, 4 and 7 p.m. at the Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda Street, Culver City. Seventy enthusiastic and innovative Culver City Middle School students compose [...]

Mayme Clayton to Offer Rare Screening of King Doc – Jan. 25

Mayme Clayton to Offer Rare Screening of King Doc – Jan. 25

To celebrate the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Black Talkies on Parade presents the rarely seen 1970 Academy Award Documentary Nominee, King: A Filmed Record...From Montgomery to Memphis. Few films have captured the all-encompassing life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and this landmark masterpiece does so to impressive results. Directed by film legend Sidney Lumet, [...]

Just a Thought – Dr. King, Of Course

Just a Thought – Dr. King, Of Course

The danger if having a national holiday in one’s honor is that there is the risk of being turned into a greeting card; simple, palatable and undemanding. Of all the radical philosophies to come out of the sixties, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s embrace of non-violence is one that continues to offer political inspiration in an age of suicide bombers and extremist philosophies. While most of [...]

Just a Thought – New Year’s Revolutions

Just a Thought – New Year’s Revolutions

The common wisdom is that we make ourselves promises on Jan 1st and by the 15th, they are only memories and regrets. It's not enough, this year, to just make a list of self-improvements. It's time to change the world. Governor Brown today declared an 'drought emergency,' taking a formal position on the fact that we are in the driest season California has seen in a century. It's easy to feel [...]

Dee-Lightful High School Musical – Jan. 18

Dee-Lightful High School Musical – Jan. 18

Culver City’s own children’s musical theater group, dee-Lightful Productions, is proud to announce our upcoming production of Disney’s High School Musical, Jr., on January 18th and Jan. 19th, 2014. Under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Dolores Aguanno, dee-Lightful Productions has partnered with the Culver City Department of Parks & Recreation since 1999, and has been the [...]

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