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Attempted Bank Robbery Suspect at Large

Attempted Bank Robbery Suspect at Large

Authorities circulated images of a man Friday who tried to rob three banks, two in Culver City and one in Los Angeles. All three robberies happened Thursday – two in Culver City at a Bank of the West branch, 9735 Washington Blvd., and at a Wells Fargo Bank branch, 10011 Washington Blvd., and at a Wells Fargo branch, 11116 Palms Ave. in Los Angeles, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller [...]

Turning Point to Send Student Delegation to Ocean Pollution Summit

Turning Point to Send Student Delegation to Ocean Pollution Summit

With more than 200 students wanting to get involved in healing the planet, the choice came down to a select few from the Turning Point School. The Level 8 Community Leadership team, along with advisor Mr. Matt Kline, will be visiting Dana Point’s renowned Ocean Institute on February 27th, for an intensive three-day Plastic Ocean Pollution Solutions (POPS) Leadership Summit. They will join 90 [...]

CCEF Announces Winners for School Volunteers of the Year

CCEF Announces Winners for School Volunteers of the Year

It's full-on awards season! Coming soon to a major motion picture studio near you, on May 2, 2015, the Culver City Education Foundation's Tribute to the Stars event will be at Sony Pictures Studios,  honoring the following Volunteers of the Year from our CCUSD Schools. El Marino - Jolene Niwa El Rincon - Runny Saavedra-Leslie Farragut - Nancy Shin La Ballona - Scott Kecken & Nanora [...]

Center Theatre Group Names Gindler as President

Center Theatre Group Names Gindler as President

The Board of Directors for Center Theatre Group elected Kiki Ramos Gindler as President of the Board at the organization’s board meeting on February 12, 2015. With this appointment, Gindler becomes the organization’s first Latina president as well as the Music Center’s first Latina board leader. Gindler will succeed William H. Ahmanson, who assumes the position of chairman of the [...]

Walk With a Doc – Measles Info Feb. 21

Walk With a Doc – Measles Info Feb. 21

Ready for the next Walk With a Doc ? Have you sneakers by the door for Saturday, February 21, at Vets Park. Dr. Jeff Penso will discuss: The Meaning of Measles. The measles virus lives in the nose and throat of an infected person and is highly contagious. 90 percent of exposed people who are not immune will become infected. Victims get high fever, then a rash. Measles can cause severe [...]

Culver City Completes Stormwater Management Program

Culver City Completes Stormwater Management Program

The City of Culver City has completed a multifaceted approach to help enhance water quality in Ballona Creek, local beaches, and coastal waters by implementing several projects that highlight water management such as rain gardens, (pictured left) storm drain screens and trash and recycling bins. Funding for these projects was provided via Proposition 50 funds, which were awarded by the State [...]

Antioch University Expands Bridge Program for Low-Income Students

Antioch University Expands Bridge Program for Low-Income Students

Antioch University Los Angeles’ (AULA) Bridge Program, which offers free college courses to adult students living on low incomes, has expanded to a third location, allowing it to serve more financially needy students who want to further their education. The new Long Beach site will enable the programs to accommodate 90 students each year. The program covers the cost of books, office supplies [...]

Hearing to Explore Low Voter Turnout

Hearing to Explore Low Voter Turnout

Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, chair, Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee and Senator Ben Allen, chair, Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee will co-chair a legislative oversight hearing tomorrow morning in downtown Los Angeles to examine possible causes of low voter turnout in Los Angeles County elections. Assembly Member Ridley-Thomas said, [...]

El Rincon’s “Random Acts of Kindness Week” – Kathy Macaraeg

El Rincon’s “Random Acts of Kindness Week” – Kathy Macaraeg

El Rincon Elementary School celebrated “Random Acts of Kindness Week,” February 10 – 13. During that week, students were encouraged to think about the special ways they could practice kindness towards others, themselves and the community. For each act of kindness, they turned in a leaf to fill in the Kindness Tree in the school auditorium. In addition to morning assemblies focused on [...]

CCUSD Essay Winner to Conduct at Music Festival – Feb. 17

CCUSD Essay Winner to Conduct at Music Festival – Feb. 17

It's a gifted student who can wield a pen with as much grace as a conductor's baton, and Malaika Stambler is just that gifted. The winning essay is by an eighth grade clarinetist with the CCMS Symphonic Winds, and she will be conducting "Stars and Stripes Forever" as part of the District Music Festival on Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Robert Frost Auditorium at 7 pm. Admission is free, and both the [...]

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