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Affair of the Arts – Sandra Coopersmith

Affair of the Arts – Sandra Coopersmith

Please get your pen out and place an emphatic circle, oval, parallelogram, triangle, trapezoid or hexagon (or whatever shape strikes your imagination as distinctive) around September 21 and 22 on your calendar. The Whole 9 gallery (www.thewhole9.com) on Main Street will be producing an Affair of the Arts in downtown Culver City that weekend, an arts festival that, according to the gallery’s [...]

Looking Through the iCloud – Jeff Penso

Looking Through the iCloud – Jeff Penso

Go over and knock on the door” or “Wait for the police to do their job” What would you do? Recently my wife, R, returned from a yoga class at the Culver-Palms YMCA, came home and noticed she didn’t have her brand new iPhone 5. Its value $500+ . Although troubled, she began to retrace her day in her mind. Meanwhile I got out my iPhone, hit the ‘Find my iPhone’ app and turned it [...]

Neurological Challenges That Are 100% Preventable – Get Educated – Tyla Sawyer

Neurological Challenges That Are 100% Preventable – Get Educated – Tyla Sawyer

September 9th is International FASDay and I bet that you have never heard of it. In 1999, a group of parents in Canada some US cities decided that on the ninth month on the ninth day at 9:09 am it would be a good time to call some attention to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and fact that it is 100% preventable during the nine months of pregnancy. Since that time, FASDay has come to be [...]

Ruth’s Roots – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Roots – Ruth Morris

This essay is about "roots," but not my "roots." It does go back to "the old country," though, to a part of Eastern Europe that was home to both my grandfather's family, and that of my best friend from childhood. I will call her Nina, and her father, Maximilian, to maintain anonymity. My relationship with Nina changed forever, one day coming home on the high school bus. To this day, I remember [...]

Spotlight Program Offers Scholarships – Get Creative!

Spotlight Program Offers Scholarships – Get Creative!

The Music Center invites Southern California high school students in the performing and visual arts to apply to The Music Center's Spotlight program. Now in its 26th year, Spotlight is one of the nation's premier arts education and scholarship programs for teens, providing arts training by professional artists and awarding over $100,000 in scholarships. The Music Center's Spotlight program is [...]

College Fair @ CCHS Sept. 9

College Fair @ CCHS Sept. 9

Culver City High School will host its 15th annual College Fair on Monday, Sept. 9. College Night is for seniors and juniors to understand the University of California and the California State University applications. This workshop will include information on how to complete these applications accurately online and a discussion of the UC essay portion of the application. The workshop will be [...]

Helms Hosts Sept. Films Series in the Plaza

Helms Hosts Sept. Films Series in the Plaza

You thought that summer nights were over? Not yet - Starting this weekend, there will be a fun outdoor film series at Helms Walk, the Helms Bakery pedestrian plaza on Helms Avenue, Saturdays at 7:15 pm starting on September 7 with Pitch Perfect. Bring your friends and family for a night at the movies and under the stars. They’ll provide the chairs and a few surprises throughout the series, [...]

Bike Safety @ Vets Park – Sept. 15

Bike Safety @ Vets Park – Sept. 15

Do you know that traffic laws also apply to bikes; stop signs, intersections, turn signals, all that good stuff ? Did you know that being a Culver City resident can give you priority at a comprehensive all-day bike skills workshop? It's always worth your time to get educated, so save the date - Sunday Sept. 15, 2013, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at  Veterans Park, 4117 Overland Ave. Culver City [...]

New Column – Parenting Post Talks ‘Transitions’ – Linda Marten

New Column – Parenting Post Talks ‘Transitions’ – Linda Marten

I’m Linda Marten, MSW. I will be posting helpful topics here at the new “Parenting Post” for parents & caregivers. Parenting is the most important, difficult job on the planet with little or no training. I believe parents/caregivers are the foundation of the future. You are raising the next generation! That’s a huge responsibility! (I know, I’ve raised two children of my own. It was [...]

Culver City Transition to Meet – Sept. 5

Culver City Transition to Meet – Sept. 5

Concerns about climate change, economics, and culture shift have launched the Transition movement, and Culver City's own interested people will be meeting to discuss how to create change towards permaculture on Thursday, Sept. 5, 7 pm – 9 pm. at Green Peas, 4437 Sepulveda Blvd. Drop in for conversation and planning. Learn about Transition Towns initiatives and help build community resilience [...]

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