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New Media Film Festival Wants You to Submit

New Media Film Festival Wants You to Submit

The New Media Film Festival (NMFF) spotlights stories worth telling. We are looking for films that exemplify the power of the cinematic arts to inspire and transform. The festival celebrates innovative and imaginative visual work that can make audiences laugh, cry, think, and go beyond the ordinary. In its inaugural year, NMFF will exhibit a selection of both short and long-form works that [...]

…And the Winner is Still Cooper

…And the Winner is Still Cooper

Even after adding more than 400 more votes in to the totals, Jeff Cooper was still the winner of the City Council election, with a complete vote total of 2486. “Thanks to the county for moving so quickly through the signature verification process so that we could get this finished today,” said Martin Cole, the assistant city manager in charge of conducting the election, “no one wanted to [...]

Drum Roll Please- Final Ballot Count Starts at 5 P.M.

Drum Roll Please- Final Ballot Count Starts at 5 P.M.

Ok, you slathering political junkies- (It takes one to know one- I confess ) it's been days- DAYS! -since we left this cliff hanger, and we're coming to the conclusion this afternoon at 5 p.m. at the Mike Balkman Council Chambers. The votes-by-mail that arrived on Election Day, and the provisional ballots will all be reckoned into the totals. It will be decided that Meghan Sahli-Wells or Jeff [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Sun Fire, Moon Ice, Westchester Stars An international team of solar and space scientists have built the most complete picture yet of the full impact of large solar eruptions called Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) as these huge bodies of solar material travel from the Sun to the Earth. Dr. Mario Bisi of Aberystwyth University (in Wales) presented the study’s results at the British Royal [...]

Planting Day at Culver City Middle School – April 17

Planting Day at Culver City Middle School – April 17

The first Creekside Native Learning Garden Planting Day will be this Saturday, April 17, 9 a.m.-noon. Between the Culver City Middle School buildings and the high school baseball diamond, and alongside the bike path fence. After registration and refreshments, we'll start orientation and planting instruction at about 9:30 a.m. Help to prepare for either this Saturday or follow-up days on April [...]

Farragut’s Annual Artworks Coming April 24

Farragut’s Annual Artworks Coming April 24

Farragut Elementary School’s annual ARTWORKS! art celebration and auction will be held in one of Culver City's most eclectic and creative spaces – Royal/T Artspace. This 500-piece gallery art show and adults-only cocktail evening, with silent and live auctions, will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 24 at the Artspace, 8910 Washington Blvd., in Culver City. Admission is $15 at the [...]

Healthy Kids Day -April 17 at YMCA

Healthy Kids Day -April 17 at YMCA

As part of a nationwide effort to encourage kids to get moving, the Culver-Palms Family YMCA will host YMCA Healthy Kids Day, the nation’s largest health day for kids and families. YMCA Healthy Kids Day is filled with fun, engaging and creative activities that foster healthy living, and is a part of the YMCA’s larger efforts to help more kids and families become physically active. All [...]

“We’ve Got Magic to Do…” AVPA does Pippin

“We’ve Got Magic to Do…” AVPA does Pippin

AVPA's Pippin, A Musical Comedy Opens April 22 Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) presents Pippin, A Musical Comedy at the Sony Pictures Theatre in the Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda Street in Culver City. The show runs from April 22 through May 2 with 7 p.m. performances Thursday, Friday, Saturday and 1 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets [...]

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

I GOT ONE OF THOSE DAMNED RED LIGHT TICKETS- ME! I was driving back from a wedding with my beloved granddaughter. (I didn't age much while I was sleeping, so people usually think I'm her dad). We were laughing about something as we came off the freeway at Slauson, and I stole a glance at her, because there's nothing more beautiful than her face when she's laughing. Out of the corner of my [...]

Super Scoop- It’s a Lot More Than We Thought Last Night….

Super Scoop- It’s a Lot More Than We Thought Last Night….

The City Clerks' office has notified us that there are 446 ballots in the council race STILL to be tallied. There are 354 votes-by-mail that came UPS or were delivered on Election Day- and 92 provisional ballots. This race could still be wide open- Provisional ballots must be cleared with the Los Angeles County Registrar, and the clerk's office will try to have it all counted and authorized by [...]

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