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CycleBar to Raise Funds for Hurricane Help

CycleBar to Raise Funds for Hurricane Help

Join CycleBar Culver City on Sunday, September 17th at 1pm at CycleBar Culver City for a Hurricane Harvey and Irma Relief Ride. CycleBar is located in the Culver Crossroads at 4130 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230. All funds will benefit the American Red Cross, who is on the ground along the Gulf and Florida Coasts helping tens of thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by [...]

Coming to the Aid of the Persecuted – Tonight at Temple Akiba

Coming to the Aid of the Persecuted – Tonight at Temple Akiba

All are invited to this program, free and open to the public: It’s a special panel discussion hosted by Temple Akiba of Culver City, titled “Coming to the Aid of the Persecuted: Saving the Yazidis from Genocide.” The Yazidi people are in the fourth year of a sexual and military slavery that is part of a genocide perpetrated y so-called-ISIS. Among other groups the Israeli NGO IsraAid and [...]

Captain Greedy’s Carnival to Premiere @ Actors’ Gang

Captain Greedy’s Carnival to Premiere @ Actors’ Gang

The Actors’ Gang’s new musical production of Captain Greedy’s Carnival will have its World Premiere on September 30, as part of the theater’s 2017/18 Season of Thugs, Outcasts and Heavenly Myths. Written by Jack Pinter and directed by Will Thomas McFadden, Captain Greedy’s Carnival is a mock tribute to greed, humbug, corruption and predatory capitalism “My original concept for [...]

State Assembly Approves SB 393, Sealing Arrest Records for Those Not Convicted

State Assembly Approves SB 393, Sealing Arrest Records for Those Not Convicted

The California Assembly approved Senate Bill 393, the Consumer Arrest Record Equity Act, to seal arrest records and remove barriers to employment and housing for those arrested but not convicted of a crime. The CARE Act is sponsored by San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón. Senate Bill 393 is part of the #EquityAndJustice bill package of bills jointly authored by Senator Ricardo Lara [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is on final approach to Saturn, following confirmation by mission navigators that it is on course to dive into the planet’s atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15. Cassini is ending its 13-year tour of the Saturn system with an intentional plunge into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons—in particular Enceladus, with its subsurface ocean and signs of hydrothermal [...]

Dear Editor – Change Is In the Wind for Fox Hills Plaza

Dear Editor – Change Is In the Wind for Fox Hills Plaza

Dear Editor, The recent purchase of the Fox Hills Plaza property by HSH Management has many of us living in Fox Hills quite concerned for its future and ours because their proposed preliminary review (PPR) submitted to the city contains 775 housing units. Yes, you read that right, 775 housing units according to Michael Allen, Culver City’s Contract Planning Manager of the Culver City [...]

Centennial Poetry Reading Celebrates Culver Creativity

Centennial Poetry Reading Celebrates Culver Creativity

Culver City’s Centennial Poetry Readings and Contest, organized by Dr. Janet Cameron Hoult, Culver City’s Honorary Artist Laureate for Poetry, had its third and final reading entitled “Poetry, Popcorn and Pie” at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum on Saturday, September 9, 2017. Poems about Culver City were submitted throughout the Centennial year and many were read at the first two [...]

#EquityAndJustice Bill SB180 Awaits Governor’s Signature

#EquityAndJustice Bill SB180 Awaits Governor’s Signature

Lawmakers approved and sent to the governor an #EquityAndJustice bill to reform California’s criminal justice system to help children and young adults thrive. Approved was Senate Bill 180, also known as the Repeal Ineffective Sentencing Enhancement Act or the RISE Act. This reform measure authored by Sens. Holly J. Mitchell and Ricardo Lara reduces sentencing enhancements for certain [...]

“Big Night” at KDT

“Big Night” at KDT

The world premiere of Paul Rudnick’s new play “Big Night” opens Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie (“Chicago” and “Bright Star”), “Big Night” is currently in previews. Performances will continue through October 8, 2017. The cast for “Big Night” includes, in alphabetical [...]

WLA College to Celebrate Acclaimed Art Collection – Sept. 21

WLA College to Celebrate Acclaimed Art Collection – Sept. 21

A gallery of internationally recognized art has been donated to West Los Angeles College and the doors will be open for the community to come and enjoy a free reception and exhibition on September 21 at 5 pm.  Showcasing the college’s new permanent collection featuring works by artists recognized nationally and internationally. The collection was generously donated by Dr. Ernest Nagamatsu, [...]

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