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Spelling Bee Will Have 24 Students Buzzing

Spelling Bee Will Have 24 Students Buzzing

Get ready to dust off those dictionaries because 24 of the best and brightest students in the Culver City Unified School District are getting ready to S-P-E-L-L their way to the top! On Feb. 8, four students from each of the district’s five elementary schools and Culver City Middle School will compete in CCUSD’s district-wide spelling bee at Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda [...]

All Hail Broke Loose

All Hail Broke Loose

Culver City was pelted with hail this afternoon, Jan. 22 at about 11:55 a.m. It brings to mind "The Wizard of Oz" quote from the Cowardly Lion - "Unusual weather we're havin', ain't it?"    Photo by Robert Rissman

Upward Bound House Will Open Jan. 29

Upward Bound House Will Open Jan. 29

Upward Bound House, a community-based, social services agency headquartered in Santa Monica, will officially open Family Shelter at 12841 West Washington Blvd., in Culver City on Friday, Jan. 29. The grand opening celebration will start at 1 p.m. “There is a vital need for an emergency shelter for homeless children and their families in crisis in Los Angeles. We are grateful for the [...]

Chamber Offers Labor Law Seminar

Chamber Offers Labor Law Seminar

The Culver City Chamber of Commerce and the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) will be co-sponsoring the 2010 Labor Law Seminar for pro-active employers. This 3 1/2 hour seminar will explain all the new labor laws as well as review many state and federal issues that catch employers off guard. The seminar will be lead by Nancy Bertrando and the employment law team of [...]

Malsin Gets Regional Endorsments

Malsin Gets Regional Endorsments

Culver City Councilmember Scott Malsin announced today that he has earned the support of both Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and MTA Board Member Pam O’Connor, two of Los Angeles’ most prominent leaders on transportation issues. “Regional cooperation is extraordinarily important to Culver City’s future. I’m honored to have earned the support of Supervisor Yaroslavsky [...]

Kentwood Players “Six Degrees” Cast Live Online

Kentwood Players “Six Degrees” Cast Live Online

Cosandra Calloway hosts a weekly internet radio show about the entertainment industry on Saturdays from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. called Callywood Live! This Saturday, Jan. 23 her entire show will feature call-in interviews with the production team and cast of the Kentwood Players current hit production, "Six Degrees of Separation" onstage at the Westchester Playhouse through Feb. 13. This is a live, [...]

Angel City Chorale Seeking Singers

Angel City Chorale Seeking Singers

Angel City Chorale is holding auditions for its upcoming season. If you are interested in singing gospel, folk, jazz, classical and world music, this is your chance to join a multi-talented, multi-cultural ensemble of men and women that truly reflects the spirit of Los Angeles . Experience required and sight reading is a plus. Auditions for the upcoming Spring 2010 season will be held on [...]

Meghan Sahli-Wells Makes It Official

Meghan Sahli-Wells Makes It Official

The candidate filed papers January 19 to officially register her campaign for the City Council election on April 13, 2010. On a rainy Tuesday morning at City Hall, Meghan Sahli-Wells submitted the documents that will place her name on the ballot for City Council. From the start, Sahli-Wells’ campaign has attracted large numbers of supporters, including many government officials and community [...]

Friday Night Salsa Dancing at the Culver-Palms YMCA

Friday Night Salsa Dancing at the Culver-Palms YMCA

So you think you can't dance? If you can walk, you're on you're way. Shine up those shoes and get to the YMCA on Jan. 22 to have fun and dance your way to a healthier you. Salsa Dance the night away! Think exercise can't be fun? What better way to spend your evening than moving to the music. Learn the hottest new dance moves while getting healthy with your friends. In the courtyard  from [...]

Going Green Is Not Just Cool But Will Save Major Money by Natalie Bergman

Going Green Is Not Just Cool But Will Save Major Money by Natalie Bergman

Reducing your home’s carbon footprint by going “green” is not simply socially cool, it will also save money on your utility bills. Start by performing your own energy audit: look for the culprits that can be causing a lot of energy waste. Your energy audit should include the following evaluation: 1. Air leaks: look for cracks, openings or drafts that are causing cold air to seep in and [...]

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