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Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

The focus here is on FAFSA  -- what it means and how it’s changing. "What the heck is a fafsah and why do I need to file it?" The FAFSA (pronounced “faf suh”) is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Everyone, even high income earners should fill out the FAFSA and file it by the June 30th deadline. The current FAFSA is available starting on Jan. 1, 2016. Make sure to fill it out [...]

Blacula @ MCLM Black Talkies

Blacula @ MCLM Black Talkies

In celebration of Halloween Black Talkies On Parade presents the cult classic Blacula, directed by William Crain. This modern take on Bram Stoker's Dracula presents the story in a very chilling and inventive way. Blacula is the story of Manuwalde (William Marshall), an African Prince in 1780, who, after visiting Count Dracula, is turned into a vampire and locked in a coffin for nearly two [...]

Asian World Festival @ Arclight Cinemas Kicks Off Oct. 26

Asian World Festival @ Arclight Cinemas Kicks Off Oct. 26

The Asian World Film Festival will present films at the Arclight Cinemas in Culver City from countries all across Asia, from Turkey to Japan and from Russia to India from October 26 - November 2, 2015. If you enjoy foreign films, the Asian World Film Festival gives you access to Asia's newest films that might not otherwise be screened in the United States. The Festival strengthens ties between [...]

CCEF Gave CCUSD $401,472 in 2014-15!

CCEF Gave CCUSD $401,472 in 2014-15!

At a recent school board meeting CCEF Executive Director Leslie Adler (pictured left) announced that in the 2014-15 school year CCEF gave $401,472 for innovative programs, equipment and support to our CCUSD schools. Adler's presentation described the impact CCEF is having throughout our school district in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, and then introduced CCEF Board [...]

Save the Date – IndieCade is on the Way

Save the Date – IndieCade is on the Way

The IndieCade Festival takes place October 23 - 25, 2015 in downtown Culver City and features over 150 of the latest indie games, a professional conference track, networking events, tournaments, social gatherings, live entertainment, and fun programs for the entire family. Join game developers, artists, publishers, academics, and the most enthusiastic indie game fans around for three days of [...]

El Rincon Family Movie Night – Oct. 23

El Rincon Family Movie Night – Oct. 23

El Rincon Elementary School, Culver City’s only public S.T.E.M. elementary school, will hold the second annual Family Movie Night, featuring Hotel Transylvania on Friday Oct. 23, from 6 to 9 pm. This movie event is open to the entire community. Ticket price includes the movie viewing, one slice of pizza, sponsored by Papa John’s Pizza in Culver City, a beverage and popcorn. Additional [...]

August Wilson Monologue Competition Now Open

August Wilson Monologue Competition Now Open

Center Theatre Group has announced that registration is now open for the 2016 August Wilson Monologue Competition, which gives students of all backgrounds, ethnicities and experience levels a chance to dive into Wilson’s Pulitzer-Prize winning work. This is CTG’s fifth year serving as the Southern California home to the competition, as well as facilitator of the August Wilson In-School [...]

Heidi Duckler Dance Theater 30th Anniversary Gala “Fresh & Fancy”

Heidi Duckler Dance Theater 30th Anniversary Gala “Fresh & Fancy”

On October 24, 2015 at 7:30 pm, Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre will host its 30th anniversary Gala, Fresh & Fancy, at Central Wholesale Market in Downtown Los Angeles. Emceed by Associate Artistic Director of Center Theatre Group (and appointee to President Obama’s National Council on the Arts) Diane Rodriguez, the Gala will include live musical performances by Grammy Award-winners [...]

Applying for College? Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Applying for College? Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

The media frenzy over the price of college makes us all nervous. Is there a way to get an idea about what college might actually cost? Yes there is. It is called a Net Price Calculator. A net price calculator will show you the “net” or what is left for the families to pay for after deducting State and Federal grants, school scholarships, and in some cases merit scholarships. Not all net [...]

West Basin’s Free Water Harvest Festival

West Basin’s Free Water Harvest Festival

Water Harvest is a free and fun family event for the community to learn more about the value of water. This year will be particularly special, as we celebrate 20 years of water recycling. As part of the festivities, West Basin will offer tours of the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility, food, carnival games, raffle prizes, a kid’s costume contest, stage shows, pony rides, reptile petting [...]

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