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Kansas City Choir Boy @ DouglasPlus

Kansas City Choir Boy @ DouglasPlus

Kansas City Choir Boy is a love song for the computer age and a product of the 24-hour news cycle that feeds on the stories of the anonymous “missing.” A theatricalized concept album about love altered by unexpected fate, the show tells the story of two lovers in small town America who separate when one goes in search of her destiny and then disappears. Borrowing themes from ancient myth, [...]

Your Input is Needed for Culver City and CCUSD Hazard Plan

Your Input is Needed for Culver City and CCUSD Hazard Plan

The City of Culver City and the Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) are excited to inform you of a joint effort to prepare a Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (MJHMP) and to invite you to participate in this important process. A Hazard Mitigation Plan is a framework that guides our community in making decisions and developing policies to reduce or eliminate risk to life and [...]

Planning Commission’s 2nd “Mansionization” Discussion Aug. 26

Planning Commission’s 2nd “Mansionization” Discussion Aug. 26

The Planning Commission is pleased to invite your participation in a Public Meeting concerning Mansionization. The Planning Commission and City Staff will be discussing issues and possible solutions related to development and design regulations in order to address compatibility issues of large single family homes in the City’s single family (R1) residential zones at City Hall at the Mike [...]

Feista La Ballona – Three Days of Amazing Entertainment

Feista La Ballona – Three Days of Amazing Entertainment

Fiesta La Ballona presents three days of free live music and dancing as part of Culver City’s annual “Party in the Park” August 28-30. Fiesta is held at Veterans Park and is produced by the City of Culver City, the Fiesta La Ballona Committee, local sponsors, and almost a hundred volunteers. Veterans Park is located at 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City and complimentary parking is [...]

Walk With a Doc Offers Mid-Week Bonus Meeting @ Culver City Park

Walk With a Doc Offers Mid-Week Bonus Meeting @ Culver City Park

The ideal end of summer stroll for Culver City Special Bonus walk on August 19 Wednesday 5:30 pm at Culver City Park. Dr. Jeff Penso, MD to speak on ‘What’s Cooking?’ Culver City Park is at on on Duquesne Ave. south of Jefferson Boulevard. Drive uphill on Duquesne toward the Boneyard (dog park) . There is lots of Free parking just to the left of Boneyard. We will walk up wooden [...]

Third Wednesday to Serve Spiked Tropical Punch August 19

Third Wednesday to Serve Spiked Tropical Punch August 19

Downtown Culver City 4th Annual “Tropical Staycation” and Spiked Tropical Punch Tasting — Get a taste of summer in Downtown Culver City, the perfect place to get away without any of the stress of traveling. Party and play in a neighborhood that always feels like a vacation, especially on the Third Wednesday of August. Say “Aloha” to summer, which means hello and good-bye, with samples [...]

West Basin “Drought Town Hall” Success

West Basin “Drought Town Hall” Success

In response to the severe drought, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) Board of Directors held its first-ever Drought Town Hall on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. Nearly 60 people attended and heard from a panel of water industry experts that included the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, West Basin Municipal Water District, California [...]

Mackinnon Becomes New Board Member @ Antioch University

Mackinnon Becomes New Board Member @ Antioch University

Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA) welcomes new member, Kathy Mackinnon, to its board of trustees. A longtime, successful creative life coach and presenter with an office in Los Angeles and international clientele, Mackinnon will serve an initial three-year term on the 16-member board. “I'm honored and excited to join such a vibrant team of men and women on the board of trustees,” said [...]

Kelly Kent is Running for School Board

Kelly Kent is Running for School Board

Parks and Rec Commissioner Kelly Kent filed papers yesterday to run for the school board in the upcoming election. "I'll be launching my campaign formally in September," she said while speaking with Culver City Crossroads "but since I'm about to step into a vacation, this wasn't the moment to create an event." With a doctorate in Neuroscience from USC, she may fall in with the maxim that it's not [...]

CC Dem Club to Host State Senator Holly Mitchell on Prop 13 Reform

CC Dem Club to Host State Senator Holly Mitchell on Prop 13 Reform

 The Culver City Democratic Club will have the honor of hosting our State Senator Holly Mitchell at their next General Meeting this Wednesday, August 12 at 7 PM in the Rotunda Room of Veterans Memorial. Senator Mitchell will be discussing the SCA 5, a bill she co-wrote with state Senator Loni Hancock, an addresses proposition 13 reform. A Q & A session will follow afterwards. All interested [...]

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