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CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Online Auction – Bidding Open

CCEF “Tribute to the Stars” Online Auction – Bidding Open

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) has begun an online auction in conjunction with Tribute to the Stars. The auction will be online until May 9 and then the silent auction will continue at the Tribute to the Stars event, which will be held Friday, May 11 at Sony Pictures Studios. To bid on a wide array of items, including restaurants gift certificates, movies, clothing, hotel stays, [...]

It’s Time to Ride – Line 4 Doubles Service for Trial Run

It’s Time to Ride – Line 4 Doubles Service for Trial Run

In an effort to provide better connections with the NEW La Cienega/Jefferson Expo Light Rail Station, Culver CityBus is pleased to increase the number of buses servicing Line 4 on a trial basis. During the trial period, Line 4 service will run every 30 minutes as opposed to every hour. (So if you are wanting this to continue, NOW is the time to get on board and be counted as a rider.) For a [...]

Bike Safety May 6 at El Marino

Bike Safety May 6 at El Marino

Assemblymember Holly Mitchell (D-Culver City) will be attending the Kids Bike Safety Festival in Culver City on May 6. El Marino Language School will be kicking off Bike to School Week and promoting National Bike to School Day with a free festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to teach children how to ride their bikes safely and responsibly and to encourage them - and their parents - to bike to school [...]

CCPD Gets 2nd Place Finish for ‘Baker to Vegas’

CCPD Gets 2nd Place Finish for ‘Baker to Vegas’

For the 12th year, the Culver City Police Department sent a team of 20 runners to compete in the annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay. Each runner runs a relay leg of 4.0 to 10.7miles, depending on the difficulty of the leg. The race started in the city of Baker, California on Saturday, 4/21/12, and finished in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, 4/22/12. With teams coming from as far away as [...]

Bagel Bytes (CCHS Robotics Team) Take on the World (Ok, Los Angeles Regional )

Bagel Bytes (CCHS Robotics Team) Take on the World (Ok, Los Angeles Regional )

With a warm send off by the CCHS student body, the Bagel Bytes, as the high school’s robotics team is known, left for the World Championships in Saint Louis, Missouri. Led by team captain, sophomore, Arielle Singer, the team raised an impressive $12,000 to go to this event. Coached by Mr. Alex Davis, the team built an impressive robot for this year’s competition entitled, “Rebound [...]

Mayme A. Clayton Gets Attention from KCET

Mayme A. Clayton Gets Attention from KCET

Where do you find a world-changing librarian on television? KCET featured an article on its website written by Las Angelenas of LA History entitled "12 Librarians Who Made or Saved Los Angeles History." Our own Dr. Mayme A. Clayton was recognized in the article as one of the distinguished 12 librarians featured in the article. Here is the excerpt- One favorite academic librarian was Mayme [...]

Green Spaces – Tell Us What You Want

Green Spaces – Tell Us What You Want

Culver City needs to hear from you about what you think we need to do with/in/for our green spaces. There are two offerings of the Green Space Public Workshop, Saturday, April 28, 10:00-11:30am and Wednesday, May 9, 7:00-8:30pm, (identical interactive workshops, different times), in the Rotunda Room, Veterans Memorial Building , 4117 Overland Ave. (at Culver Blvd. ). Open to all who use Culver [...]

School Board Approves Next Step for Sun Power

School Board Approves Next Step for Sun Power

The Tues. April 24 meeting of the Culver City School Board brought the Elenda St. school complex another step closer to solar power. Mr. Clyde Murley, the district's consultant on the solar project began by focusing on the basic 750 kilowatts of solar; the minimum amount of panels that will qualify the project for the state funds that will help to defray the costs. By using carport [...]

April 25 is Denim Day – Sign On and Show Your Colors

April 25 is Denim Day – Sign On and Show Your Colors

The way our society thinks about rape and receives survivors is not only tragic, it's dangerous. Fearing that they won't be believed, survivors are less likely to report their rapes, which means rapists stay out of jail, which means they are free to rape again. Even when women go to the police with evidence, the crime may be dismissed without any charges being filed. The time to change this is [...]

New Council Seated in Chambers – Mayor Weissman Returned

New Council Seated in Chambers – Mayor Weissman Returned

The council chambers were packed, and the biggest order of business on April 23 was the seating of the new council, after honoring and applauding the old. Then, as tradition demanded, it was time to rotate the mayor. While the newly-elected Jim Clarke and Meghan Sahli-Wells filled the empty seats, the lack of a sitting Vice-Mayor gave a brief pause in the election of Andy Weissman to another [...]

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