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Cinco De Mayo Restaurant Robbery – Gang Members Arrested

Cinco De Mayo Restaurant Robbery – Gang Members Arrested

Culver City Police Detective Rob Casey executed multiple search warrants to residences related to the recent “Cinco De Mayo Restaurant” robbery on Sept. 5, and struck probably pay dirt. Based on the information obtained from the initial crime report and the observations of responding officers locating the get-away vehicle, CCPD detectives began to investigate the case and quickly identified [...]

Culver City Symphony – New Season Coming Soon

Culver City Symphony – New Season Coming Soon

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra will be starting its 48th Season with a concert, Veterans Day Remembrance-Remembering Heroes, on Saturday, November 13, 8 p.m. at Veteran's Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City; at the corner of Culver Boulevard and Overland Avenue. Free parking is available. This concert is under the direction of the orchestra’s Conductor-Frank [...]

Traffic and the Expo Line

Traffic and the Expo Line

Exposition Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line Project  will be effecting traffic on the east side of town this week. On October 18th, traffic on Washington and National Boulevards will be intermittently stopped by flaggers for construction of the Expo LRT project’s Venice/Robertson Aerial Structure. The intermittent stoppages will be implemented from 9 am to 3 pm, on Washington Blvd in both [...]

CCEF Makes Music With Fineshriber Family Foundation

CCEF Makes Music With Fineshriber Family Foundation

The Fineshriber Family Foundation is granting $21,983 toward elementary music programs in CCUSD this school year. This generous donation will provide all the necessary funds for three instrumental workshops for third graders at each of the five elementary schools, focusing on the string, woodwind and brass families. The program combines the student's musical knowledge with the actual experience [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Ghosts of the Future: First Giant Structures of the Universe Astronomers using the South Pole Telescope report that they have discovered the most massive galaxy cluster yet seen, at a distance of 7 billion light-years. The cluster (designated SPT-CL J0546-5345) weighs in at around 800 trillion Suns, and holds hundreds of galaxies. “This galaxy cluster wins the heavyweight title. It’s [...]

“Annie” Plays at Kentwood

“Annie” Plays at Kentwood

Kentwood Players welcomes the 2010 holiday season with the musical "Annie” based on the Tribune Media Services comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” with music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and book by Thomas Meehan. "Annie” will sing and dance its way onto the Westchester Playhouse stage from Friday, November 5 to Saturday, December 11, 2010 with performances on Friday and [...]

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

It's mid-October and the local weather still has not made up its mind whether to send us to the beach or to shop for raincoats and umbrellas. It was a perfect sunny Saturday morning when I paid a visit to the Culver South Certified Farmers Market in the northeast corner of the Westfield Culver City shopping mall. I grabbed some end of the season peaches at one stand, and sampled wonderful [...]

Democratic Club To Host Diversity Panel

Democratic Club To Host Diversity Panel

The Culver City Democratic Club will be hosting the 2nd Annual Diversity Panel at the meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. Creating an event to help foster dialogue about diversity in Culver City, Bill Wynn, the 2nd vice president of the Democratic Club, offered that last year's event had been great, and that "this year looks to be even more interesting, and we want to open this up for [...]

Anti-Bullying – What You Can Do to Change the World Right Now

Anti-Bullying – What You Can Do to Change the World Right Now

Every once in a while, there is a word that jumps into the foreground. For the last several weeks, "bullying" has been part of everyone's vocabulary. While the CCUSD Anti-Bullying Task Force has taken steps and begun to reach into the schools, bullying is so prevalent in our culture that our outreach really is just one drop in to the ocean. A very good drop, but we need much more. It is up to you [...]

Planting Day Three at the Creekside Native Plant Learning Garden

Planting Day Three at the Creekside Native Plant Learning Garden

Saturday, Oct. 9 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 join the Ballona Creek Renaissance volunteers planting next to the Ballona Creek bike path. Roll up your sleeves and make Culver City pretty- ok, just prettier.. The bike path section being beautified this time will be right on the Culver City Middle/High School Campus at 4601 Elenda St., Culver City, CA (Enter from Huron Ave. gate off Braddock Dr. or from [...]

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