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Paper Shredding Event Processes Three Tons of Waste

Paper Shredding Event Processes Three Tons of Waste

On February 4, Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations Division provided Culver City residents and businesses an opportunity to clean out their files and destroy old records safely and confidentially. More than 50 residents drove to West Los Angeles College to shred their confidential documents.The results - 6,000 pounds of paper shredded, an equivalent of 114 trees saved, at free [...]

“Walk With a Doc” Feb. 18

“Walk With a Doc”  Feb. 18

Walk with a Doc is an international program that encourages individuals to take a walk around town with a doctor, not only for their health but also as a way to learn how to lead a healthier life and the Culver City event is strolling into it's fourth year. Walk With A Doc/Culver City meets monthly on the third Saturday at 9am at Veterans Park near the tennis courts., and this month that will [...]

AVPA Blurred Vision Takes “Almost Maine” to CETA Festival

AVPA Blurred Vision Takes “Almost Maine” to CETA Festival

Students from Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts recently attended the Annual CETA High School Theatre Festival, where had the opportunity to develop their skills by participating in three sessions of workshops led by professionals in the industry that encouraged artistic growth for high school students and their teachers. Each year between October and December, [...]

CCUSD All-District Concert – Feb 16

CCUSD All-District Concert – Feb 16

  Save the date - the All-District Music Concert will be making some great noise on Thursday, February 16, 6:30pm at the Veterans Memorial Building. Students from El Rincon, La Ballona, El Marino, Farragut, and Linwood Howe elementary schools will join students from Culver City Middle School and Culver City High School will present a showcase of our school district's music programs on [...]

CC in Process with American Disabilities Act – Self Evaluation and Transition

CC in Process with American Disabilities Act – Self Evaluation and Transition

The City of Culver City is in the process of preparing its ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan which is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Transition Plan will assist the city in improving its ability to serve the needs of people with disabilities and their families, by identifying facilities, or services that may not meet ADA standards. Culver City ADA Consultant, Owen [...]

‘Zoot Suit’ to Open Feb. 12

‘Zoot Suit’ to Open Feb. 12

“I have tried my best to defend what is most precious in our American society – a society now at war against the forces of racial intolerance and totalitarian injustice,” -- George Shearer, defense attorney for the 38th St. Gang in “Zoot Suit” Currently in previews, Center Theatre Group’s “Zoot Suit” opens February 12 at the Mark Taper Forum. This legendary play with music [...]

Tickets Still Available for Vox Cabaret

Tickets Still Available for Vox Cabaret

Acclaimed women’s choral ensemble VOX Femina Los Angeles presents VOX Cabaret, an intimate evening with the talented women of VOX! Your favorite Voxxies bring their very best solo work to the stage for a show that is touching, uninhibited & fun! It's the same great night of entertainment in a new unique setting: the beautiful home of Joanna Brody and Culver City Councilmember Thomas [...]

Casino Night Fundraiser – Save the Date

Casino Night Fundraiser – Save the Date

Get your Tickets Now! It’s coming quickly. The Culver City High School Booster Club is holding its 10th Annual Casino Night on Saturday, March 4 at Veteran’s Auditorium. Come test your skills in black jack, craps, roulette and more. Eat some of the best event food in Culver City, featuring food presented by Red’s Flavor Table. Purchase beer and wine and indulge yourself on cheerleader [...]

“Good Grief” Begins Rehearsal @ KDT

“Good Grief” Begins Rehearsal @ KDT

Casting is complete and rehearsals have begun for Ngozi Anyanwu’s new play “Good Grief” at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. Directed by Patricia McGregor, Anyanwu will also perform in “Good Grief” for its world premiere at the Douglas, which begins previews February 26, opens March 5 and closes March 26, 2017. This is the first of Anyanwu’s plays to receive a full [...]

Just a Thought – Dear Senator Feinstein

Just a Thought – Dear Senator Feinstein

Dear Senator Feinstein, I am replying to your request to describe "Why I Marched." I know it's important to you to understand why your constituents felt the need to organize a mass demonstration, as a part of many mass demonstrations around the world, in response to the installation of the new federal administration. I want to be very clear. I marched because watching the least qualified [...]

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