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Video – Laurel and Hardy & Culver City

Video – Laurel and Hardy & Culver City

Paul Ehrlich was kind enough to point out this video to us. Did you know that many scenes in the Hal Roach comedies were shot on the streets of Culver City? The brilliant designer and pop culture historian Piet Schreuders show us today Culver City and shows us what it was like back then.  He also shows the research he put into creating this video. The Laurel and Hardy footage does not show [...]

More than a newspaper…

More than a newspaper…

Culver City Crossroads is more than a newspaper; we now have audio available for you to listen to our newsmakers and hear what they have to say. Our first interview with current Council Member Scott Malsin is available below. There will be more exciting changes as Crossroads continues to take on new and innovative ways to keep the Culver City community connected. We are all policy makers and [...]

Audio Interview with Scott Malsin

Audio Interview with Scott Malsin

As we look forward to April’s election for the City Council, Crossroads will be interviewing each of the candidates to hear their voices and get their views. We met with current Council Member Scott Malsin, who is seeking a second term in office, at the downtown Starbucks in the Washington Building on Feb. 2 at 1:30 p.m. Scott was happy to answer a few questions, and go on record with his [...]

“Dear John” Special Movie Screening

“Dear John” Special Movie Screening

Sony Pictures Entertainment is hosting the Culver City Chamber of Commerce at a special movie screening of "Dear John" on Wednesday, Feb. 10 in the Jimmy Stewart Screening Room, Sony Pictures Studio, 10202 W Washington Blvd, entrance/parking at the Overland Gate. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and the movie will begin at 7:30 p.m. When a soldier named John Tyree (Channing Tatum) meets an [...]

Donate Blood at Temple Akiba

Donate Blood at Temple Akiba

Of all the donations you can make, none are more important than donating blood. The Temple Akiba blood drive will be on Sunday Feb. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. If you have never donated blood before , you'll be surprised at how easy it can be. You can call to schedule an appointment but if you forget, walk-ins are welcome. Any questions: Call Temple Akiba: (310) 398-5783 or Andy Alexander [...]

2010 Census Seeks Culver City Citizens

2010 Census Seeks Culver City Citizens

The City of Culver City has partnered with the Census to make every effort to count every one, and people are needed to work on the project. To work for the census, you must first pass a test. There are a number of test sites and times in Culver City area. Once a week, there are tests at the Culver City Library and the Veterans Auditorium. There is also testing twice a week at Westfield [...]

Auditions for Charlotte’s Web at Kentwood

Auditions for Charlotte’s Web at Kentwood

The Kentwood Players are delighted to announce auditions for the next Kentwood Kids Production, “Charlotte’s Web” by Joseph Robinette, adapted from the book by E.B. White.  Auditions will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20 and Sunday, Feb. 21 from 4 to 6pm. at the Westchester Playhouse, located two blocks west of the San Diego Freeway and two blocks north of Manchester at 8301 Hindry Avenue in [...]

Culver Park High School Gets Model Status

Culver Park High School Gets Model Status

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell has named Culver Park High School a 2010 Model Continuation High School –one of just 12 California schools so recognized for their programs designed to help struggling students stay in school. “Model Continuation High Schools provide troubled students with exemplary programs designed to give them a second chance to stay in school, [...]

Just A Thought- It’s not team sports

Just A Thought- It’s not team sports

While the national news is still filled with the repercussions of a blue state electing a red senator, I’m completely irritated with the color-coding system.  It is certainly easier than thinking, but I’m just fed up with the idea that politics fit into such neat little categories. Whoever we are, we are more than blue and red. It’s not team sports. It has just been sold to us as such [...]

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

If you stop and take a close look at the bunches of green leafy vegetables piled high at the Tuesday afternoon Culver City Farmers Market, you'll see more delicate Russian red kale and deep blue dinosaur kale along side of the more familiar curly leaf kale. If your Mom told you to eat your greens, she was right. A single cup of kale provides more than the minimum daily requirement of vitamins [...]

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