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AVPA Spring Concert Heralds 50th Anniversary of Robert Frost

AVPA Spring Concert Heralds 50th Anniversary of Robert Frost

The AVPA music department has been preparing all semester for the Spring Music Concert, which takes place on Friday, May 30, at 7pm in the Robert Frost Auditorium. The Chamber Singers, String Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Flute Ensemble, and Concert Band will perform a wide variety of music. From a suite from the movie Psycho, to iconic American music by Aaron Copland, students have been [...]

Just a Thought – Maya Angelou

Just a Thought – Maya Angelou

When I hear that one of my heroes has died, I feel sad for a moment. Then I think of how grateful I am to have had them, to have been inspired by their actions, their deeds, their words. Maya Angelou made a tremendous difference for me. I read "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" when I was a freshman in high school. That she was so candid and so frank about her ordeal won my admiration. That she [...]

Hey Fox Hills! Heather Village Blood Drive Needs You!

Hey Fox Hills! Heather Village Blood Drive Needs You!

Blood needs to circulate, and Heather Village in Fox Hills is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive this Sunday. But they are in danger of having to cancel unless more people sign up. You've never donated before? It's a simple, four-step process;  registration, medical history and mini-physical, donation and refreshments. The actual blood donation typically takes less than 10 minutes. [...]

Benita Bike DanceArt @ Senior Center – June 1

Benita Bike DanceArt @ Senior Center – June 1

After a long hiatus, Benita Bike’s DanceArt returns to Culver City with an exciting and unique dance performance on June 1, 1:30 pm at Culver City’s Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue. This performance is made possible in part by a Culver City Performing Arts Grant with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment. Additional support comes from the Culver City Senior Center. This performance is [...]

Repair Cafe in Santa Monica – May 31

Repair Cafe in Santa Monica – May 31

Remember when things used to get fixed, rather than just tossed and replaced? Bring back the moment and join in with the Repair Cafe. Appliances, bikes, electronics, jewelery can all be fixed and brought back to use. Our Time Bank and Transition Culver City with the teaming up with Santa Monica's Division of Resource Recovery and Recycling to help run the next Repair Café. Please mark your [...]

Symphony Season Finale at KDT June 14

Symphony Season Finale at KDT June 14

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 2013-14 Season with the concert: Sounds of Downtown, Sat., June 14, 2014, 7:30PM, Kirk Douglas Theater, Downtown Culver City, 9820 Washington Blvd., at Duquesne Ave., Culver City, CA 90232. Free parking under Culver City City Hall across the street from the theater. This is the orchestra's first performance at Kirk Douglas Theater. This [...]

Father’s Day Race to Benefit Train 4 Autism

Father’s Day Race to Benefit Train 4 Autism

Hundreds are expected to run and walk to support Culver City Education Foundation and Train 4 Autism on June 15 in the Second Annual Culver City 5K/10K. The inaugural event raised thousands of dollars in 2013 for local students with special needs, with 1,300 runners and walkers flooding the streets of downtown Culver City. Students, teachers, parents, and administrators formed teams from [...]

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Jethro, The Answer Cat here . . . This week I have time for only one question, because the limo is here to take me to Grumpy Cat’s estate. Apparently GC is headed for rehab. He’s been hitting the catnip everyday, eating vegan dog food and he’s currently burrowed into a laundry hamper, singing old Neil Diamond songs. Deepak Chopra and I are going to talk him down and get him some help. My [...]

Just a Thought – Rules and Fools

Just a Thought – Rules and Fools

Whenever someone is behaving like a total asshat, I find myself reaching for my compassion. When someone feels that rules are more important than human beings, I have to restrain myself from quoting some ancient wisdom at them. I do believe in playing by the rules. I also believe that compassion has to triumph, or we are all doomed. Rules, laws and traditions should all have enough flexibility to [...]

If All the Sky Were Paper – War Letters @ KDT June 9

If All the Sky Were Paper – War Letters @ KDT June 9

Chapman University in association with Lexikat Artists present the wartime letters of American soldiers, Marines, sailors and airmen and their loved ones at home which are brought to life in a new play If All The Sky Were Paper by Andrew Carroll. The author will narrate this evening's performance. If All The Sky Were Paper is directed by John Benitz. If All the Sky Were Paper was written by [...]

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