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Community

Dear Editor – Small for Council

Dear Editor – Small for Council

Letter to the Editor, Before we endorse a candidate, we invite the candidate to meet with us to discuss what we believe are the major concerns facing our City. In addition we rely on forums to weigh the candidate’s answers and vision relative to others. We met with Thomas twice for about three hours. After having a productive chat with him, we concluded that he is open-minded, very [...]

Dear Editor – Politics of Parking

Dear Editor – Politics of Parking

Dear Editor: At 1:30 AM on Tuesday morning, while you were probably sleeping, the City Council (Meghan Sahli-Wells dissenting) changed the residential parking law that it enacted in November 2013. Under the old parking law, only residents of a parking district and the City Engineer could initiate and decide modifications to restrictions in an established parking district. Now, a non-resident [...]

Casino Night – CCHS Fundraiser

Casino Night – CCHS Fundraiser

This Saturday is the biggest party of the year in Culver City! Yes, on Saturday Night from 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm, Veteran’s Auditorium will be transformed into Centaur Casino as the Culver City High School Boosters hold their 9th annual Casino Night. Come test your skills in black jack, craps, roulette and more. Eat some of the best snack food in Culver City, purchase Golden Road, Lagunitas [...]

Eriksson Releases Video on NextGen

Eriksson Releases Video on NextGen

Vowing to fight the Federal Aviation Administration on its flawed environmental analysis of its NextGen flight plan, City Council candidate Göran Eriksson has released a new video that provides an overview of his stance on the issue. Overflights have become more than a nuisance in Culver City. The sounds of planes flying at low altitude at all hours of the day and night have become a [...]

Theater 101- Free Workshops

Theater 101- Free Workshops

On four Monday evenings this spring, come together with other teens and professional artists to learn the basics of theatre. You don’t need any experience to participate! This FREE WORKSHOP SERIES is for everyone: people curious about theatre and those who are already in love with the art form. Attend just one workshop or come to all four! Intro to Acting Whether or not you have any [...]

Art Looms – Exhibit from Designing Weavers

Art Looms – Exhibit from Designing Weavers

The Branch Gallery is proud to present Art Looms, an exhibition with work exclusively from the Designing Weavers, a nationally recognized fiber guild based in Los Angeles from April 1 to May 21, 2016 with an opening reception on Friday, April 1 from 6-9 pm. A dynamic range of work will be present, including tapestry wall hangings, sculptures, and garments. Each artist approaches weaving with [...]

YMCA Healthy Family Run – April 3

YMCA Healthy Family Run – April 3

The Culver Palms Family YMCA will be cohosting the second annual Culver City Healthy Family 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, April 3, 8am–12pm, at West LA College in Culver City. Bring the family for an exciting outdoor event and help us celebrate the joy of being active and growing strong together. All proceeds will support youth programs at the Y and in the community. Make plans today —register on [...]

Women Laughing Alone with Salad @ KDT

Women Laughing Alone with Salad @ KDT

The West Coast premiere of Sheila Callaghan’s madcap new play “Women Laughing Alone With Salad” opens Sunday, March 13, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. Directed by Neel Keller, with musical staging by Ken Roht, performances for “Women Laughing Alone With Salad” continue through April 3. The cast includes Lisa Banes (“Gone Girl,” the film; [...]

NYT’s Bruni to Speak @ Willows “Where You Go is Not Who You’ll Be”

NYT’s Bruni to Speak @ Willows “Where You Go is Not Who You’ll Be”

The New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Frank Bruni will be at The Willows Community School on March 17 to talk about his new book "Where You Go is Not Who You'll Be," addressing the college application anxiety that takes such a toll on families. Bruni writes about higher education, politics, popular culture, food, and gay rights.  His talk, based on his book, "Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be," [...]

Your Thoughts? Community Yoga Classes

Your Thoughts? Community Yoga Classes

Maitri Yoga Store on Washington Boulevard is about to start their community yoga classes again and they need your help deciding what time and type of classes to offer. If yoga classes or events are something you would like to attend, please fill out a quick survey to tell us what you want. It will only take a minute or two. www.surveymonkey.com/r/HDC8FMX There will be announcements when [...]

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