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Did You Know We Have a Time Bank? Sign Up!

Did You Know We Have a Time Bank? Sign Up!

Our Time Bank, a community organization that barters goods and services for members, will be having a potluck and orientation for those interested in becoming new members on May 22 at the Culver-Palms United Methodist Church on 4464 Sepulveda, just south of Braddock. Orientation for prospective members will be from 11-11:50 a.m. and the potluck will be from 12-2 p.m. You have skills, talents [...]

Guitar Hero- Nicholas Deuson at the Library- May 22

Guitar Hero- Nicholas Deuson at the Library- May 22

Dr. Nicholas Deuson, classical guitarist and winner of the Pacific Guitar Festival 2010 will be playing at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library on May 22 at 2 p.m. Deuson is an amazing musician who also teaches at Cal State Channel Islands. Come to the library for some classical guitar. Click below to listen to his music 01 Three African Sketches- I. Allegro ritmico

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Setting Sail for the Stars - The spring winds gusting across the Southland today almost had me grumbling about wind chill and such—but instead, the wind-pressure at my back suddenly brought a flood of pleasant recollections of my sail-skating days as a college student. The University of Wisconsin at Madison, where I was attending the fall-winter term, is built on the shore of beautiful [...]

Donations and Volunteers Needed for CCHS Grad Party

Donations and Volunteers Needed for CCHS Grad Party

Since 1953, Culver City High School (CCHS) parents and alumni volunteers have provided a fun, exciting and memorable party for their graduating seniors. The CCHS All Night Grad Party is an alcohol and drug-free event designed to celebrate our graduating seniors in a safe environment. This year the celebration starts at 9 p.m. on Friday, June 18 and continues until 5 a.m. at the Veteran's [...]

Culver City Family Ride – May 22

Culver City Family Ride – May 22

This Saturday, May 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., ccwalkbike.org will present a family bike ride, to roll some tires over the proposed improvements to the Bicycle Network. There will be two options for people to participate in; an easy ride under ten miles for riders of all abilities, and a faster paced ride under twenty miles, for riders more comfortable with longer distances. Both rides will cover [...]

“It’s Up to You” by Frances Talbott-White

“It’s Up to You” by Frances Talbott-White

Prop 16 - Voting on How You Want to Vote on Electric Utilities Of the six statewide ballot measures on our June 8 ballot, Prop 16 is the likeliest to have a direct impact on the future of Culver City. I'm going to try to explain it as simply as possible and without repeating a lot of history from the 90s. Since 1925, the City of Culver City has had a franchise agreement with SCE (Southern [...]

Dear Editor- Culver Crest Meeting- Just Add Oil and Shake

Dear Editor- Culver Crest Meeting- Just Add Oil and Shake

Dear Editor, With an active 7.4 quake line in our nearby oil fields, a major earthquake in an unmitigated oil field will create an unthinkable disaster! In the wake of the tragedy and continuing environmental catastrophe unfolding off the Coast of Louisiana, Pedro Nava, chair of the California Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety & Toxic Materials held an Investigative Hearing [...]

League to Discuss Pros & Cons of Ballot Measures

League to Discuss Pros & Cons of Ballot Measures

The League of Women Voters Culver City Unit will hold its monthly meeting at noon on Tuesday May 25 in the Community Room of Culver City Julian Dixon Public Library. Visitors are welcome and parking is free; overflow parking is available at Culver City Adult School. This month's program will be an impartial presentation of the five statewide propositions appearing on California’s June 8 [...]

Gyenari Hosts YMCA Fundraiser

Gyenari Hosts YMCA Fundraiser

Everyone's favorite downtown Korean eatery will be sharing the profit with everyone's favorite YMCA on May 18 (hey, that's today!) from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and 5 to 9:30 p.m. when you come to eat at Gynari at 9540 Washington Blvd. Enjoy a delicious meal, earn a donation to the YMCA! Pick up the flyer at the Culver-Palms Family YMCA and present it at the restaurant, and Gyenari will donate [...]

City Manager Memo Says “Layoffs”

City Manager Memo Says “Layoffs”

In a memo to staff on Tuesday, May 18, P. Lamont Ewell, the interim city manager, was explicit about the need to lay off city staff. "As you are aware, the City of Culver City has been exploring all opportunities to creatively balance our budget, while trying to safeguard our City’s most valuable resource - our employees. In response to the realities of the current economic environment at [...]

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