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CCMS Wins National “School to Watch” Status

CCMS Wins National “School to Watch” Status

Culver City Middle School has been redesignated as one of only 15 exemplary middle-grades schools in California named "Schools to Watch" as part of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform's signature program. CCMS joins 102 middle schools in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South [...]

Save the Date – Fracking Workshop Scheduled for June 12 – Mark Glassock

Save the Date – Fracking Workshop Scheduled for June 12 – Mark Glassock

Following up on a request submitted to Governor Brown’s office on behalf of the Greater Baldwin Hills Alliance and a commitment made at the last Community Advisory Panel Meeting, the California State Department of Conservation has scheduled a workshop on June 12 to discuss fracking in the Baldwin Hills Oil Field. According to the Department, “These workshops are to be conducted as part of a [...]

City Council – Successor Agency – Parking Authority – Housing Authority – and the Budget Blues

City Council – Successor Agency – Parking Authority – Housing Authority – and the Budget Blues

In the Mike Balkman Chambers at City Hall on May 7, there were so many agencies meeting it seemed unlikely the crowd would fit in the room. When the City Council doubled up as the Redevelopment Agency it was complicated enough. Now that they are the Successor-to-the-Redevelopment Agency as well as the Parking and Housing Authorities, there was a bundle of agendas, all the responsibility of the [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Stop Bringing Us Food! It’s the topic Oprah never did and...it’s got to stop! I’m imploring you to rise from your couches, scream out your windows, “It’s enough and I won’t take it anymore!” What am I speaking about? The insane problem that Americans have when they are hit with every imaginable junk food available. Where is this place you ask? AT WORK!!! Each day millions of [...]

Yikes ! It’s the Crime Blotter !

Yikes ! It’s the Crime Blotter !

Car Burglary: On April 24, 2012 at 5:40 pm, officers responded to the 4100 block of Higuera Avenue regarding a car burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them following; he parked and locked his 2011 Subaru on April 23, 2012 at 9:45 pm. He returned the next day at 8:00 am, and discovered his property missing from his vehicle. Residential Burglary: On April 26, 2012 [...]

Healthy Living in Tough Times – Community Forum

Healthy Living in Tough Times – Community Forum

"You are a part of a community, and we can work together as a community to solve our personal and collective problems." Dr. Michael Tolwin spoke to a small crowd at the Mike Balkman Council Chambers on Tuesday, May 1 at the Culver City Parks and Recreation Commission presentation entitled "Healthy Living in Tough Times." The PRCS Commission thinks that mental health is a vital part of having a [...]

CCHS Robotics – The World Championship

CCHS Robotics – The World Championship

Going into the final match of the qualifying rounds, the Bagel Bytes needed a big win to be considered for selection in the quarterfinals. They got the win, 50 to 25 and finished 11th in their division. Unfortunately they were not selected for one of the eight alliances that moved on to the quarterfinals. The Bagels Bytes are the first alternate team, should any robot have a problem during the [...]

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 [...]

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