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Election June 3 – Get Your Questions Answered at LWV

Election June 3 – Get Your Questions Answered at LWV

Who among us can claim to understand the two statewide ballot measures (Props 41 & 42) on our June 3 ballot? And who would not welcome an opportunity to talk about Measure CC, our local school bond issue? Members and friends of LWV's Culver City Unit will meet on Tuesday May 20 in the Community Room of Culver City Julian Dixon Public Library, 4975 Overland Ave. Business, sociability, and [...]

Save the Date – Angel City Sings

Save the Date – Angel City Sings

“Elements” is the theme of Angel City Chorale’s 2014 Spring Concerts, to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday June 7 and Sunday June 8 at Wilshire United Methodist Church (4350 Wilshire Blvd., between Highland and Crenshaw). ACC is an independent, multi-cultural, multi-generational chorus that recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and currently musters about 150 voices. This concert will [...]

Hillside Memorial Tour From the Obscura Society

Hillside Memorial Tour From the Obscura Society

From grandiose mausoleums to gardens of remembrance to absurdly tall monuments, the deceased (and their families) go to great lengths to make sure visitors remember their lives and tell their stories. Here at Obscura Society LA, we are happy to oblige with our new monthly series. Hillside Memorial in Culver City has been serving the Los Angeles Jewish community since 1946. It's most [...]

UPCC Urges “Yes” Vote on Measure CC

UPCC Urges “Yes” Vote on Measure CC

The Measure CC campaign committee has a great informational video on its website, CulverCityKids.org. The volunteer-produced Public Service Announcement entitled “I’m Voting for Measure CC” offers an effective and engaging overview of the school bond on Culver City’s June 3rd ballot. United Parents of Culver City (UPCC) applauds the committee and encourages all Culver City voters to view [...]

Waterloo & City to Host Fundraiser for Measure CC

Waterloo & City to Host Fundraiser for Measure CC

Promising lots of good company and limited speechifying, the Culver City KIDS Committee will be having a "A Fundraiser for Measure CC'  on Sunday, May 18 from 5-7 pm at Waterloo & City, 12517 Washington Blvd. Widely (and deservedly) praised for their amazing charcuterie, here's a chance to visit a great place for a good cause. Tickets are $50 in advance/$60 at the door, and includes [...]

CCMS Improv Shows On the Way

CCMS Improv Shows On the Way

Bring the family for fun-filled, improvised performances by Culver City Middle School's Comedy Improv Troupe. In its fifth successful year, CCMS Theatre Arts is offering six performances: Saturday May 17 at 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday May 18 at 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda Street, Culver City. Sixty-five enthusiastic and innovative [...]

Lose the Lawn – Free Workshop from Transition Culver City

Lose the Lawn – Free Workshop from Transition Culver City

Did you know that getting rid of your lawn can save 80% of you water bill? That you can put in native plants that attract songbirds, butterflies, hummingbirds and beneficial insects? Why waste all that water on a patch of green that does nothing? Having native plants also saves you the cost of the mower, keeps chemical fertilizers out of the waste stream, and makes your lot look [...]

Can LA Become Water Independent?

Can LA Become Water Independent?

Come educate yourself on water conservation in Los Angeles & California from Dr. Ken Murray, whose recent Time magazine essay described what great natural solutions LA actually has to address drought, save money, and help us become independent of imported water. Los Angeles  is frequently described as a desert that must import all its water, and that this year’s record drought is a [...]

CCUSD Offers Facilites Tours

CCUSD Offers Facilites Tours

Want to learn more about CCUSD’s facility needs? Interested in finding out where money from the proposed Measure CC bond would go? Want to get a closer look at the improvements CCUSD is planning? Take a free tour! CCUSD is now offering facilities tours for parents, community members and anyone interested in learning more about Culver City schools. Tours will be offered in the afternoon on [...]

Culver City Chamber Orchestra – May 17

Culver City Chamber Orchestra – May 17

The Culver City Chamber Orchestra welcomes winners of the MTAC (WLA Branch). They were judged and will be awarded by performing with the Culver City Chamber Orchestra on Saturday, May 17th at 7:30 pm. The winners range from age 14-18 and they are Tristan Paradee, pianist; Christina Lee, pianist; Daniel Oh, cellist; Cassandra Carrasco, pianist; and Irene Yum, cellist. Please join us with [...]

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