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Common Cause to Discuss Electoral College – Feb. 11

Common Cause to Discuss Electoral College – Feb. 11

Join California Common Cause for our next West Los Angeles Member Meeting on Saturday, Feb. 11, featuring Whose Votes Count?, a discussion on the Electoral College with filmmaker, Lisa Elaine Scott. Every four years, the President is not directly chosen by voters, but rather, by delegates to the Electoral College. Yet, this controversial aspect of our democratic system has led to five times in [...]

CCUSD School Board Approves Next Academic Calendar

CCUSD School Board Approves Next Academic Calendar

Last night, January 24, 2016 the Culver City School Board approved the 2017-2018 Calendar which is now posted on the district's web page under News & Announcements. Elementary Trimesters, Adult School, and Summer School dates are still yet to be set, and will be updated as they get finalized throughout the Spring. FOR  COMPLETE CALENDAR, GO TO [...]

Free Theater Extravaganza From Front & Center and CCEF – Feb. 10

Free Theater Extravaganza From Front & Center  and CCEF – Feb. 10

Celebrate theatre arts in CCUSD at a free Front & Center Theatre Collaborative Extravaganza for all ages! This is your chance to experience the innovative and inspiring theatre programs our students have been enjoying. There will be performances from all of Front & Center’s arts partners (We Tell Stories, Story Pirates, Young Storytellers, 24th Street Theatre, The Actors’ Gang and [...]

Just a Thought – First We March, Then We Run

Just a Thought – First We March, Then We Run

I went to Washington D.C. and we marched. It was amazing. There have been very few times in my life I have felt myself a part of something this big, this world changing. When we organized to get the County of Los Angeles to divest their holdings in South Africa during apartheid, it was powerful, but it was not one event. This was all over the world, in one day. We can lay to rest forever [...]

Adler & Gibb @ KDT Explores Art, Life, Love and Death

Adler & Gibb @ KDT Explores Art, Life, Love and Death

Many years ago, I had a t-shirt that read ”Film is Art. Theater is Life.” The production of Adler and Gibb at the Kirk Douglas Theater takes this slogan and gives it an intense translation into flesh and blood. The simple, stripped down set of a few chairs, two standing microphones, a shelving unit full of very strange stuff, and an enigmatic box of dirt offers almost nothing to allow the [...]

WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging will be working with the Culver City Senior Center to bring the nationally acclaimed, evidence-based Healthier Living program to Culver City. The program is especially helpful for older adults who are living with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, or other long term health concerns. The course begins on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 [...]

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

The Culver City Homelessness Committee is seeking volunteers for the 2017 Homeless Count, which will take place on Wednesday, January 25 beginning at 8 pm. Culver City’s Homeless Count is being conducted in coordination with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority which, beginning this year, will conduct the Count annually. Committee Chair Ira Diamond, says “The Count is performed [...]

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

Join the festivities for 100 Years of Fashion and Music on Sunday, January 22, 2:30-5:30 pm at The Culver Hotel. The Culver City Centennial Committee and CCUSD Council PTA will present “100 Years of Fashion…and Music” on Harry Culver’s actual birthday, Sunday, January 22. This fantastic event will feature authentic period pieces from 1917-2017, a history of fashion through the ages, [...]

AVPA Jazz at The Vets

AVPA Jazz at The Vets

AVPA Jazz Night this weekend!  The AVPA Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo will present an evening of Jazz this weekend at the Veterans Memorial Building. Culver City's most popular ensemble will be hitting all the right notes this coming weekend. Featuring standards by Duke Ellington and George Gershwin, to contemporary works by Herbie Hancock and more. Saturday, January 21 at 7pm, and Sunday, [...]

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

Bring the whole family for fun-filled, improvised performances by Culver City Middle School’s Improv Program. In its eighth successful year, the CCMS Improv Program is offering will hold five unique performances on the weekend of January 28 and 29. Saturday shows will be held at noon, 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., while Sunday performances will be held at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. All performances will be [...]

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