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Bike and Walk Committee Meets Jan. 30

Bike and Walk Committee Meets Jan. 30

Culver City is creating a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to encourage and improve walking and biking in our city. The plan also has the potential to increase connectivity between West LA and Downtown LA as well as the upcoming Expo Line! The city is holding a series of meetings and workshops in order to engage the public and listen to their ideas on how to make it easier and safer to bike and [...]

Sense of Place—Does Culver City Have It?

Sense of Place—Does Culver City Have It?

Transition Culver City presents "Sense of Place" tonight , Jan. 27 at the Culver Palms Methodist Church at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd.  Sustainable landscapes begin to happen when you combine local with global needs. In order for that melding to take place, you must have a sense of where you are, i.e. you must have a ‘sense of place’. This presentation explores how the intersection of geography, [...]

Culver City Symphony Plays “American Beat”

Culver City Symphony Plays “American Beat”

The Culver City Symphony will present "American Beat" Saturday, Jan. 30 at  8 P.M. in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium at 4117 Overland Avenue, at Culver Boulevard. Free parking, entrance from Culver Boulevard. American Beat, the  Music of the Americas is the pulse, the rhythm, which propels music regardless of style or origin. Classical Music of North, Central, and South America all share [...]

Chamber of Commerce Endorses Jeff Cooper

Chamber of Commerce Endorses Jeff Cooper

On Jan. 21 the Culver City Chamber of Commerce endorsed Jeff Cooper for City Council. Jeff met with the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce to share his vision for Culver City and to answer their insightful questions. In addressing the board, Jeff stated in part, “What will they say about Culver City in 2040? I want to say that Culver City’s leaders chose long term gains over [...]

Citrus Rules by Katie Malich

Citrus Rules by Katie Malich

Pink-fleshed oranges, sweet and low in acid?  Citrus with pigment which reduces risks of heart disease and some types of cancer?  Am I kidding? No, I'm not kidding.  These oranges are not fruit from a futuristic science fiction movie.  They are real.  They are in season.  They are sophisticated and delicious.  And they are available for sale at the Arnett Orchards stand at the Tuesday [...]

From the Farmers Table

From the Farmers Table

Blood Orange and Fennel Salad (serves 4) 2 medium fennel bulbs, finely sliced crosswise 1 T. fresh blood orange juice 2 T. olive oil 1/4 t. salt 1/4 t. black pepper 4 blood oranges Place finely sliced fennel bulbs in bowl. In separate bowl, whisk the blood orange juice, olive oil, salt and pepper together. Drizzle dressing over fennel. To prepare the oranges, take a slice off the [...]

Chamber of Commerce Mixer At Broadway Gym

Chamber of Commerce Mixer At Broadway Gym

Broadway Gymnastic School, located 5433 Beethoven St., will be hosting the January Business After Hours Mixer on Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m. Join in the networking to meet and make business contacts. Michael and Mary Cates, the owners of Broadway Gymnastic School invite all Culver City Chamber members and guests to their 29,000 sq. ft. facility and the sport of gymnastics. All their [...]

Jeff Cooper – Classic and Silent

Jeff Cooper – Classic and Silent

Jeff Cooper is paying tribute and showcasing classic silent films made in Culver City on Saturday, Feb 6 from 3 to 6 p.m. Jeff’s tribute will be held at Kay ‘n Dave’s which is located in the heart of downtown Culver City at 9341 Culver Boulevard. Please join Jeff for an enjoyable afternoon of Culver City silent films, cocktails, soft drinks and appetizers. The cost of the event is $30 [...]

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

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