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I'm Proud Of Gonzaga Even In Defeat They Lose But They're Still Best In The West

I’ve appreciated Gonzaga basketball for a long time without finding time to write about this impressive basketball team. Today the time has come even though Gonzaga has just lost the NCAA...

 

Cultural Mosaic Inspires Eighth Intergenerational Workshop

Words of hope on 8 ½ by 11 inch cloth sheets ("Dream Flags") that wafted their messages in the breeze were the culmination of this year's Intergenerational Writing Workshop, a collaboration...

 

Runners and Walkers Occupy City Streets In Screenland 5K

Portions of Culver and Washington Blvds., leading from downtown Culver City, will be reserved for 3,000 guests in the once-in-a-century Screenland 5K on Academy Awards Sunday morning, as runners and walkers follow the yellow brick road, experience...

 

Paint the yellow brick road at downtown block party

Follow the yellow brick road in the Culver City downtown block party's family fun zone, Saturday. Sept. 24, 12:30 pm to 4 p.m., where guests will paint bricks on the famous street from the Wizard of Oz, experience a 3-D Emerald City photo exhibit,...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: BEN-HUR

Let's just cut to the chase. BEN-HUR is masterful! A spectacle worthy of Cecil B. DeMille but with a story that is more grounded and layered with softer, nuanced, more human emotional performances...

 

A Generational Exercise In Perception

Time does indeed fly when you’re having fun. I can attest to that, having just completed this year’s stint as a senior volunteer in a wonderful workshop that began in 2010 between Culver City...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 3, 2016

Culver Girls' Season Ends In Playoff Loss

The 2015-16 Culver City High girls basketball season ended at Redondo Union High in the 3rd Round of the 2016 CIF Division 1AA Playoffs as the Centaurs lost 71-30 to the perennially ranked Sea Hawks...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: LABYRINTH OF LIES

Now in the heart of “awards season”, as the cinematic cream starts to rise to the top and the wheat separates from the chaff, the annual definition of “best” becomes clearer and the race for...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: TIME OUT OF MIND

The Oscar race just got real with the release of Oren Moverman’s TIME OUT OF MIND. Boasting a tour de force performance by Richard Gere that is arguably the finest of his career, and one which shoul...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: MAX

With summer in full swing and the kids out of school and parents looking for some entertainment for not only the kids, but themselves and something they can do as a family, movies are a traditional...

 

MOVIE SPECIAL: 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival

Hard to believe that LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL is entering its third decade as one of the crown jewels of film festivals but, officially running June 10th through 18th after a couple pre-fest sneak...

 

Intergenerational Writers Workshop Keeps On Getting Better

By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer Enlightening, inspiring, imaginative, intriguing and hopeful describe this year's first quarter, thanks to my participation in the Intergenerational Writers...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    November 13, 2014

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Culver City Unified School District Backpacks for Kids Program - More than 39% of CCUSD students receive free or reduced price lunches at their schools daily. For many...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: Maleficent

Be she known as the "evil fairy" who casts a spell on the infant princess Aurora dooming her to die when she pricks her finger on a spinning wheel in Charles Perrault's "La Belle au bois dormant" or i...

 

Walk 'N Rollers Hosts Free Summer Bike Tours

Walk 'n Rollers presents Walk-Bike Ballona, a series of free, family-friendly activities this summer to highlight the recreational and ecological value of Ballona Creek. Activities include Fun Rides,...

 
 By Sandra Coopersmith    News    May 1, 2014

Getting a Down To Earth Education

By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer Culver City's Turning Point School is known for creating friendship, altruism and awareness through its service learning projects, its latest such venture...

 

Intergenerational Writers Create Verbal Collage

By Sandra Coopersmith Feature Writer If reincarnation exists and the universe is listening, consider this my bid to come back as a student at Turning Point School in Culver City. Please. In 2010 the...

 

Sports Panel Provides Parents with Pointers

By Sandra Coopersmith Features Writer Culver City's Turning Point School (pre-K through 8th grade) and Babytalk LA, two child-focused organizations, were a winning team on Feb. 4 when they partnered...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    January 30, 2014

City Manager's Update

Community Development Department • Building Safety Division – Revenues have exceeded $2.3 million during the first six months of the 2013/14 fiscal year with technology surcharge fees totaling...

 

Culver City: Ocean League Champions

(EDITOR's NOTE: Fred Altieri completes his two-part series as Culver City High wins the 2013 Ocean League football championship.) By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter Game #7 was the one that put Culver...

 

Following Slow Start, Culver Football Took Off

(EDITOR’s NOTE: Fred Altieri takes us through the Culver City High football season in this two-part series.) PART 1 By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter Culver City High football 2013 is now history...

 

A Great Game, But Culver Loses

By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter Remy Grundy, the heart and soul of Culver City High football, remained alone and agonizingly still on one knee down along the western sideline. Poignantly, his hands...

 

Movie Review - CARRIE

Most of us are familiar with the story of CARRIE; be it through Stephen King’s novel or the classic 1976 Brian de Palma film starring Sissy Spacek, complete with the now iconic blood-drenched...

 

The Motel Life

An exploration into sibling relationships set in a world of life on the wrong side of the tracks comes to us compliments of real-life brothers, Alan and Gabriel Polsky, who make their feature...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    October 17, 2013

City Manager's Update

City Manager’s Office • Cultural Affairs Foundation Fundraiser - Place your order for pick up or bring your family and friends to Pitfire Artisan Pizza on October 23 from 5 pm to 9 and 10% of the...

 

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