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New Stadium Dedication – Sept. 6

New Stadium Dedication – Sept. 6

Mark your calendars now for Friday night, September 6. That will be the night that the Centaurs kick-off their 2013 football season with the grand opening and dedication of the newly renovated athletic facility. The festivities, which are scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m., will include a celebration of the entire CCUSD athletic program, a dedication of the new field, track and athletic [...]

The Last Summer Symphony – Aug. 22

The Last Summer Symphony – Aug. 22

If you have been enjoying Thursday nights filled with music, you don't have to stop yet- the final concert of the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony music festival at the water's edge is August 22, 2013, 7PM, featuring Rufus Choi performing the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto, No. 1, "Scheherazade" by Rimsky-Korsakov and Igor Stravinsky's wonderfully off-beat "Circus Polka." The first rehearsal with [...]

Mayme Clayton to Offer Encore Afternoon with Hope Foyer

Mayme Clayton to Offer Encore Afternoon with Hope Foyer

The Mayme Clatyon Library and Museum's amazing  'Black Talkies On Parade Film Series' will presents an Encore Afternoon with Hope Foye on Aug. 24 at 4 pm Ms. Hope Foye will perform a few songs and discuss her role in the documentary: Red Hope: The Blacklisting of Hope Foye (Her Story, Her Songs) The MCLM Black Talkies On Parade Film Series presents an afternoon with Ms. Hope Foye, subject [...]

Make Art! Make Peace! Peace Project Calls for Submissions

Make Art! Make Peace! Peace Project Calls for Submissions

The Peace Project & TheWhole9.com announce the world's largest collaborative art project with 2013's theme of Peace, Love & Understanding. Since The Peace Project's inception in 2010: 2,000 artists from over 50 countries worldwide have participated in this Call for Artists and joined hands to do their art for peace. Over 25,000 people worldwide have donated time, money, art and [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

I've been asked through my life: "why Japan?" It took me ten years to get to Japan after I became interested in Japan, at the age of ten. In 1968, there was a unit on Japan taught by my 4th grade teacher, Miss Gardenschwartz, who later became Mrs. Ogawa. These days, 4th graders build 3D models of the California Missions; I got to build a 3D model of a Japanese house and garden. I remember [...]

Historical Costume Contest @ Feista La Ballona

Historical Costume Contest @ Feista La Ballona

The Culver City Historical Society is sponsoring a Costume Contest during the Fiesta La Ballona to commemorate Culver City’s early California heritage. The competition, which will be held on Sunday, August 25, at 10:30 a.m. near the Entertainment Tent in Veterans Park, encourages contestants to dress as Native Americans, Spanish colonials, rancheros, or pioneers. Costumes will be judged on [...]

Just A Thought – What News? Patch Can’t Hold, CC News Axes Editor

Just A Thought – What News? Patch Can’t Hold, CC News Axes Editor

As the great Molly Ivins once advised "Never take a vacation in August." The news business might seem to be slow, but there's always at least one good story around. For Culver City, it's the news about the news business. Patch is just about over, and the Culver City News has fired another editor. While we need to remember that these are just the most recent symptoms, the cause of all the [...]

CC Celebrity Trainer ZIMproves Lives – Sandra Coopersmith

CC Celebrity Trainer ZIMproves Lives – Sandra Coopersmith

It has been said that the only exercise some people get is jumping to conclusions, running down others, side-stepping responsibility and pushing their luck. Not in Steve Zim’s world Believing that if the brain buys in, the body follows, A Tighter U, Zim’s unique fitness studio at 10854 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, replaces “impossible” with “ZIMpossible” by guiding clients [...]

Youth Health Center Coming to Fiesta

Youth Health Center Coming to Fiesta

The Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center will once again have a booth at Fiesta La Ballona this year. The booth will be open on Saturday, August 24th and will feature a wheel of fortune game with multiple chances of winning prizes. A raffle will be held for another chance to win a prize. Free bookmarks, band aid holders, and a variety of health related materials will be available to [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Describing our Pre-K/1st grade Japanese Immersion Summer Program at Culver City Adult School, I said recently that we are a cycle: we learn, we teach, we teach others how to teach, we create an environment where learning and teaching can happen. It's as simple as that. Actually, I believe this is what the big word "Education" is really about. My first boss in the teaching profession said to [...]

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