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Support Clean Water – March 12

Support Clean Water – March 12

Almost every waterway in the Los Angeles County has been found to be contaminated with toxins, trash and pollutants at levels well above public health standards and Clean Water Act regulations, and 7 of the 10 most polluted beaches are in LA County. The county and cities are in the process of allocating the needed funding to build and maintain water quality infrastructure needed to clean up [...]

Sister City Offers Mystery Invitation

Sister City Offers Mystery Invitation

The Culver City community is invited to attend our Mystery Welcome American BBQ event on Friday, March 15. R.S.V.P.’s are required. Call Alice Impaliazzo at 310- 642-7604 to make your reservation and the 6:30PM dinner location will then be revealed. Two qualified marathon runners, Mr. Daiki Nitta and Ms. Hiroko Hamada will come to Culver City and run in the L.A. Marathon. Two years ago Daiki [...]

AVPA Puts Up the RENT – March 7

AVPA Puts Up the RENT – March 7

AVPA students at Culver City High School are getting ready to bring Rent to the stage. Performances will be held at 7 p.m. on March 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 at Robert Frost Auditorium with 1 p.m. matinees on March 10 and 16. RENT, written by Jonathan Larson, which is based on Puccini's opera La Boheme, is about a bohemian community in New York City during the late 1980s. We follow the hardships [...]

American Cancer Society Seeks Donors with Data – Sandra Coopersmith

American Cancer Society Seeks Donors with Data – Sandra Coopersmith

Just about everyone knows someone who has been affected by cancer, a disease that once was rarely referred to by name and frequently cloaked in euphemisms. Although considerable progress has been made regarding this disease, much remains to be done. What if you could play a vital and very personal role in altering its impact upon future generations? You can. In its quest to bring about a [...]

Second Life Food Drive – Antioch Works to Fight Food Insecurity

Second Life Food Drive – Antioch Works to Fight Food Insecurity

Project Second Life is a collaborative project of the Applied Community Psychology Specialization and the Education Department. The goal of the project is to raise awareness among AULA community members about global and local issues that impact individual and collective well-being. One of their activities is the Perpetual Food Drive, which is an ongoing effort to combat food insecurity in our [...]

CCHS Girls Basketball Plays for CIF Championship Tonight (March 1)

CCHS Girls Basketball Plays for CIF Championship Tonight (March 1)

(See video) IMG_2860Come cheer on the Culver City High School girls basketball team today as they face Murrieta Valley in the CIF 2A Championship Game at 3:30 p.m. at The Arena at Anaheim Convention Center (800 W Katella Ave., in Anaheim). The Lady Centaurs edged top-seeded Orange Lutheran 42-40 on Tuesday to up their record to 24-5. They will face the Nighthawks, who moved to 25-5 after a [...]

Gamers and Gamblers Support CCHS @ Casino Night – March 2

Gamers and Gamblers Support CCHS @ Casino Night – March 2

On March 2, from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m., the Culver City High School Boosters Club will hosting its Sixth Annual Casino Night at the historic Veterans Memorial Building. Tickets for the event can be purchased from any school athletic team coach, team parent, or on-line at www.cchsboosters.com. Ticket prices are $35 per ticket. The most fun fundraiser in Culver City, the evening again will again [...]

S.T.E.A.M.Topia Returns to STAR March 9

S.T.E.A.M.Topia Returns to STAR March 9

Los Angeles’ 2nd through 8th grade Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, Artists, and Mathematicians are coming together for STAR Education’s 2nd S.T.E.A.M.Topia experience! On Saturday, March 9th, from 8:30am to 2:30pm, curious young minds from all over Los Angeles County are invited to learn, experiment and explore at the STAR Resource Station (10117 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City CA 90232) [...]

Artists Need to Know – “How to Get Hung”

Artists Need to Know – “How to Get Hung”

Brush up on the business of art and learn how to get your work ready to show in an exhibit. Get insider tips on how to approach galleries and who to talk to. The Whole 9's Founder, Lisa Schultz, who also owns and operates The Whole 9 Gallery, will show you how to effectively represent yourself and jump start your art career. Held at The Whole 9 Gallery, this seminar provides straightforward [...]

Intergenerational Writing Pt. 5 – Sandra Coopersmith

Intergenerational Writing Pt. 5 – Sandra Coopersmith

No matter how you measure it, an hour is an hour, 60 minutes of time. However, one’s perspective very definitely comes into play because an unpleasant situation can seem to go on forever and the time spent waiting for the results of a medical test can feel endless. But when I’m engaged in something as enjoyable and stimulating as the Intergenerational Writing Project, time doesn’t just fly [...]

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