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News

Antioch Alumni Awards Applaud Achievement

Antioch Alumni Awards Applaud Achievement

This year's Distinguished Alumni Awards luncheon and reunion at the Del Rey Yacht Club on October 17 brought both laughter and tears, as the three honorees reflected on how their Antioch experience has impacted their lives and careers. Over 130 alumni, faculty, staff, family and friends were on hand to celebrate Amelia Williamson ('05 MAOM), President's Award for Distinction in Professional [...]

Panthers Flag Football Counts Another Win

Panthers Flag Football Counts Another Win

The Culver City Panthers 6th Grade Flag Football team continued its dominance of the 6th Grade Fiya League with a 44-6 victory over visiting WISH 3 on Friday. The Panthers jumped on the scoreboard on the first play of the game as David Lee scampered 55 yards on a reverse for a touchdown and a 6-0 lead. The Panthers shut down WISH on its first drive, taking over on their own 21 yard line. Running [...]

New Column – City Manager’s Bi-Weekly Update to the City Council

New Column – City Manager’s Bi-Weekly Update to the City Council

Editor's Note - Happy to satisfy multiple requests from our readers, Culver City Crossroads will be running John Nachbar's report to the city council every other week. The City Manager's Report covers current events,  construction and development updates, transportation news and the latest from the police and fire departments.  • IndieCade - The 2015 IndieCade Games Festival place this [...]

Culver City Receives $2.6 Million Grant for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Project

Culver City Receives $2.6 Million Grant for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Project

On October 22, 2015 the City of Culver City was awarded a $2.6 million grant for the Washington-Culver Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Project from the California Transportation Commission. The funds were awarded through an Active Transportation Program (ATP) Grant. The ATP was created in 2013 to encourage the increased use of active modes of transportation such as biking and walking. This [...]

Culver City Expo Station to Close Oct. 31 to Nov. 1

Culver City Expo Station to Close Oct. 31 to Nov. 1

As work on the Expo Line continues, Culver City and La Cienega Stations will be closed due maintenance work in this area in preparation for the future opening of Expo Phase 2 in 2016. Starting Saturday, October 31st, at 9PM until Sunday, November 1st, at 2AM, these two stations will be closed. In place of train service, bus shuttles will be available during this period with stops between [...]

Syd Kronenthal 1922 – 2015

Syd Kronenthal    1922 – 2015

Syd Kronenthal, Culver City's long time Parks and Recreation Director passed away on Sunday, October 18, 2015, and left behind a community deeply imprinted with his passion for people, creativity and fun. The Wednesday memorial service at Hillside was attended by many friends and colleagues who spoke warmly of his 52 years of service to the city. His niece Carrie Ginsberg began the service by [...]

School Board Candidates Respond to Art Survey

School Board Candidates Respond to Art Survey

Arts for LA invites the CCUSD school board candidates to answer questions about the role of arts education in the lives of our young people. If you think art is an important part of education, you should know what the folks running for the board think about it.  CCUSD has a 100% response rate. Take a moment to read each candidates responses [...]

Senior Center Hosts 13th Annual Disability Carnival – T. S. Owen

Senior Center Hosts 13th Annual Disability Carnival – T. S. Owen

The Senior Center was hopping with activity on Sunday as hundreds of families and individuals faced with disabilities from around the Los Angeles area enjoyed food, games, prizes and companionship at the 13th annual Culver City Kids Carnival. Billed as a Festival of Fun and hosted by the City, the Senior Citizens Association and the Exchange Club, attendees from toddlers to seniors celebrated in [...]

Poetry in the Parks – Vogel & Friends @ Baldwin Hills

Poetry in the Parks – Vogel & Friends @ Baldwin Hills

What better way to savor inspirational language than being out in nature? Culver City will enjoy a  poetry reading at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook next Saturday, October 24, at 5 p.m. in the Pavilion structure. The reading, part of a new Poetry in Parks campaign spearheaded by California Parks archeologist Scott Green, is free and open to the public. Award-winning local poets, Brandon [...]

Burke, McVarish Receive Strong Support From Culver City Leaders

Burke, McVarish Receive Strong Support From Culver City Leaders

Candidates Anne Burke and Scott McVarish announced today that they have received the support of six of the Culver City elected officials who have taken a stand in this election. "We are proud to be endorsed by so many community leaders," said Burke. "It means so much to us to know they trust us to handle the serious business of our school district." "One of the most critical tasks the [...]

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