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CCUSD Backpack Program has a New Site

CCUSD Backpack Program has a New Site

The CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program now has its very own website - www.CCBackpacksforKids.com "We realized that it is important for people to be able to easily find the Backpacks site to find out information and donation links," said Jamie Wallace. Since 2013, the CCUSD Backpacks for Kids program has been serving students at all CCUSD school sites, serving more than 10,000 meals to students [...]

Chamber Orchestra to Perform ‘Santa’s Workshop’

Chamber Orchestra to Perform ‘Santa’s Workshop’

The Culver City Chamber Orchestra will be performing'Santa's  Workshop' featuring the Collenette School of Dancing on Sunday December 13, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Building Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA, 90230 with a special surprise guest! For more information visit our website:ccchamberorchestra.org or call (310) 397-2490. Admission: $25.00 adults, Seniors and [...]

AVPA Artists – Dangerous and Safe

AVPA Artists – Dangerous and Safe

For the past 10 weeks, 16 AVPA art students have been working with artist/set designer, Janne Larsen, sponsored by Front and Center's Artist-In-Residence program in association with Center Theatre Group. AVPA art students created 32 paintings inspired by the characters from the script, "Emma and the Suzies," and developed both a "dangerous and safe" version of their chosen characters. [...]

Adopt & Shop to Host “Santa Paws” for Holiday Photos

Adopt & Shop to Host “Santa Paws” for Holiday Photos

Looking for something fun to do with your furfamily this weekend? Look no further! Found Animals Culver City Adopt & Shop is holding a holiday event this Saturday December 12 from 2:00 - 5:00 pm, at its store, where there will be treats, raffles, gifts, and photo opportunities with Santa Paws. You can either bring a can of cat food or buy one at Adopt & Shop, and get your picture taken [...]

AVPA Winter Concert – Dec. 11

AVPA Winter Concert – Dec. 11

The Culver City High School AVPA Music program will present its annual Winter Concert on Friday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. in the Robert Frost Auditorium. Among the holiday highlights will be Alfred Reed’s iconic work for winds, Russian Christmas Music, performed by the Concert Band, as well as a very special live performance of Bruce Bruce the Hanukkah Moose. The original Hanukkah song was composed [...]

Transition Culver City Joins In Upcoming Regional Repair Cafe

Transition Culver City Joins In Upcoming Regional Repair Cafe

It's time for the holiday version of Westside Repair Cafe and Clothing Swap on Saturday December 12, 2015 from  12 pm - 4 pm at the Camera Obscura Building,  1450 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401 Never heard of a Repair Cafe? Bring your broken items for repair: bikes, small appliances, computers, cell phones, jewelry, clothing, etc.and our volunteers will try to fix them. You can [...]

Just a Thought – Politics in the Season of Peace

Just a Thought – Politics in the Season of Peace

It was May - very early in the month of May - when Goran Eriksson announced he would be running for City Council in an election scheduled for next April. In recent years, the idea that one had to 'come out early' for local elections has gone from being an aberration to being the routine. Sadly but not surprisingly, the local folks who are involved in our political process have taken this very [...]

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

You submitted your UC and CSU applications before the deadline. FANTASTIC! Congratulations! Now what? Put your hands over your ears and don’t listen to anyone who tells you how hard or impossible it is to get in, or how you NEED a 4.0 GPA. You know how popular the UCs are, that students apply in large numbers, and that students apply to a larger number of schools than in the past. Despite [...]

Santa’s Local Schedule – The Sleigh Will Be Here Soon

Santa’s Local Schedule – The Sleigh Will Be Here Soon

After his regular area debut at the Downtown Tree lighting Ceremony this Thursday, Santa's Sleigh (hosted as always by the Culver City Police Department) will be visiting a neighborhood near you with toys, candy and a moment for kids to visit with Santa. Dec. 10 - East Culver Dec. 11 - Sunkist Park Dec. 12 - Blair Hills Dec. 13 - Culver Crest Dec. 14 - Studios Estates AND Tellefson [...]

JUNE the Movie @ Culver City Film Festival

JUNE the Movie @ Culver City Film Festival

Culver City Film Festival will be screening the homegrown horror short "JUNE" at our downtown Arclight theatre. It is screening at 1 pm on MONDAY Nov. 30, 2015.  If you have not seen this little gem on the big screen, here's your chance. CCHS Student Keely Martin has picked up awards for her debut work at film festivals Long Beach to Marbella, and her film making talents deserve all the [...]

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