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Intergenerational Writing – Part 4 – Sandra Coopersmith

Intergenerational Writing – Part 4 – Sandra Coopersmith

At our Feb. 13 meeting at the senior center I was saddened that some of the students from my group were out with a virus. However, we temporarily picked up four others as one of the teachers was also out. I wondered what altered dynamic would occur as new voices were introduced. Before we got going a surprise presentation was made to my fellow volunteer, Miriam, and me. We each received a [...]

Antioch University To Celebrate V – Day

Antioch University To Celebrate V – Day

For the sixth consecutive year Antioch University is participating in the international V-Day movement to end violence against women and girls. This first night will be a set of monologues, which, in addition to featuring powerful pieces by women authors, will also include monologues written by and performed by men. “A Memory, a Monologue a Rant and a Prayer” consists of a groundbreaking [...]

Free Will Astrology – Rob Brezny

Free Will Astrology – Rob Brezny

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY Week beginning February 14 Copyright 2013 by Rob Brezsny FreeWillAstrology.com AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): "All these years I've been searching for an impossible love," said French writer Marguerite Duras late in her life. The novels and films she created reflect that feeling. Her fictional characters are often engaged in obsessive quests for an ideal romance that would [...]

Culver City Symphony to Feature Shulman as Guest Conductor Feb. 23

Culver City Symphony to Feature Shulman as Guest Conductor Feb. 23

With the next Culver City Symphony concert of the season, there will be a welcome for a Guest Conductor - Andrew Shulman, Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, former Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and an active international conductor and cello soloist. Over the past fifty years much has changed in the world, and in how Classical Music is presented and [...]

CC Downtown to Celebrate Singles on Feb. 20

CC Downtown to Celebrate Singles on Feb. 20

Downtown Culver City’s THIRD WEDNESDAYS - Who needs Cupid or Valentine’s Day? Singles can celebrate their own independence day, in a neighborhood that is always free-spirited, at Downtown Culver City’s annual Third Wednesday ‘Singles Step Out’ Happy Hour. Whether flying solo or hanging out with friends, there’s plenty to do and see for those who are happily unattached. Swing by and [...]

Friends of the Youth Health Center to Host St. Pat’s Day Fundraiser

Friends of the Youth Health Center to Host St. Pat’s Day Fundraiser

The Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center is hosting its annual major fundraiser on Saturday, March 16th at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Culver City. Dylan Farris, Culver City High School Principal, will be honored at the event for his leadership and dedication in promoting the best possible education for the children of the Culver City Unified School District. The Saint Patrick’s Day [...]

Intergenerational Writing – Part 3 – Sandra Coopersmith

Intergenerational Writing – Part 3 – Sandra Coopersmith

In 1966 during the era of Apartheid, Robert F. Kennedy gave a talk to South African students at the University of Cape Town that included this quote: "Few are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of their society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital quality for [...]

CCEF Toasts Public School 310

CCEF Toasts Public School 310

CCEF would like to thank Public School 310, Culver City's newest downtown restaurant for donating to our schools via CCEF all proceeds from alcoholic drinks purchased during their soft opening in December. CCEF was presented with a check for $5,687. What a wonderful way to say they are glad to join our community! Thank you PUBLIC SCHOOL 310! And welcome to Culver City.

Community Conversations – Healthy Aging and Family Support

Community Conversations – Healthy Aging and Family Support

The Culver City Senior and Social Services Division will host the third annual Community Conversations series, a free three part informational series to designed help you and your parents plan and prepare for happy and healthy aging and featuring three topics: Saturday February 16: Take That Nursing Home And Shove It!, Saturday March 16: Retiring the Keys: When Should You Stop Driving? and [...]

Dave Rabb – Culver City’s Gym Teacher

Dave Rabb – Culver City’s Gym Teacher

Editor's Note - This memory of Dave Rabb ran in the Los Angeles Times. We are scooping it here to let people know that Dave has passed, and to offer a space to share memories of this wonderful teacher who was such a great part of our community for so long. Comments at the bottom will post, and we would love to hear your stories. One morning 13 years ago, I brought my young son to a storefront [...]

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