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Tree Lighting Downtown – Dec. 6 @ 6 PM

Tree Lighting Downtown – Dec. 6 @ 6 PM

Celebrate the season of goodwill at the annual Downtown Culver City Lighting of the Holiday Tree Ceremony, presented by the Downtown Business Association and the City of Culver City. See Santa Claus as he makes a very special visit all the way from the North Pole. There will be hot cider, hot cocoa and festive treats to make everyone feel merry, plus performances by local choirs and appearances [...]

Huzzah! We Have a Crosswalk (and a stop sign)

Huzzah! We Have a Crosswalk (and a stop sign)

EEEEEEEeeeeee! It's the sound of squealing. It could be the surprised tires squeaking to a halt at the new stop sign at Sawtelle and Hayter, or it could just be me, making delighted noises at the appearance of something I've wanted for about a decade. The crosswalk - thank you neighbors, thank you city council, thank you public works department - will make it a lot easier for people in the [...]

Giving Thanks to Boosters Making El Rincon Beautiful

Giving Thanks to Boosters Making El Rincon Beautiful

Tree-planting and campus cleaning parents at El Rincon How can a school celebrate the holidays and prep for the future? Cleaning the campus, washing the windows and planting a tree are all great ways to go. The "Giving Thanks to El Rincon" event on Saturday, Nov. 17 beautified and cleaned the campus of the Culver City Elementary School. Volunteers and donors from the community, with the [...]

UBH Gets Million Dollar Help from First 5

UBH Gets Million Dollar Help from First 5

“One homeless child in the street is too many,” said Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky. “We are pleased to make these funds available to best-practice service providers such as Upward Bound House.”

Upward Bound House (UBH), was awarded $1,042,640 by the First Five LA Commission in support of homeless families; Yaroslavsky is the chair of the commission. The funds will be used to provide [...]

School Board Special Meeting – Kourtney Brodnax

School Board Special Meeting – Kourtney Brodnax

“We need to find ways to support them now,” said president of the CCUSD school board Karlo Silbiger as the power point on the wide screen revealed the astonishing budget numbers and priorities for education throughout the year. A whopping revenue of $400,000 appeared on the list mainly from solar panels being implemented into schools next year, consequently, taking a chunk out of the [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

BIGGEST BLACK HOLE BLAST DISCOVERED – Astronomers using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile have discovered a quasar with the most energetic outflow ever seen—at least five times more powerful than any observed to date. Quasars are extremely bright galactic centers powered by supermassive black holes. Many of them blast huge amounts of material out into [...]

City Offers Workshop on Energy Upgrades- Dec. 7

City Offers Workshop on Energy Upgrades- Dec. 7

Join Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations for an Energy Upgrade Homeowner Workshop on Friday, December 7th from 6 - 7:30pm. Energy Upgrade Specialists along with Solar and Water experts will be on hand to host and provide information on special programs residents can use to increase the value of their homes, save money and take better care of the planet.   Veterans [...]

Candlelight Service and Toy Drive at Gates, Kingsley & Gates

Candlelight Service and Toy Drive at Gates, Kingsley & Gates

Honoring its commitment to provide extended service for the families it serves and for the community, Gates, Kingsley & Gates Smith Salsbury announces it will host its annual non-denominational Celebration of Life Candlelight Service at 6:30 p.m., December 12, in the chapel at 4220 South Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City. The service is open to the community. In addition, it announced that it is [...]

Earthwatch Science Fellowships Watching for Local Students

Earthwatch Science Fellowships Watching for Local Students

Earthwatch volunteers trek the Andes in Peru Jessica Perez, a junior at Culver City High School, traveled to the Grand Tetons in Wyoming last summer on an Earthwatch Fellowship. Jessica was part of a research team of students and scientists that studied four different species of song birds. The research looked for a relationship between vegetation density and nesting success. The research [...]

El Rincon and Salvation Army Partner for Holiday Help

El Rincon and Salvation Army Partner for Holiday Help

El Rincon Elementary School PTA has partnered with The Salvation Army to provide holiday assistance to local area families in need.  Now through December 14, please bring donations to the school to help families in Culver City and beyond to have what they need. Requested food donations include canned fruits, vegetables, tuna, chicken, chicken broth, cranberry sauce, cream of mushroom soup, boxed [...]

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