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 News    March 16, 2017 

AVPA Presents: A Musical Revue of Hollywood Songs Made in Culver City

AVPA's Spring Musical celebrates the Culver City Centennial with a revue featuring memorable hits made famous by film and TV produced right here in Culver City. The golden age of musicals from...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

Walk With a Doc

The next “Walk with a Doc” will be held this Saturday March 18 at Veteran’ s Park in Culver City and will begin at 8:45 a.m.Psychiatrist, Richard Feldman, MD will speak on ‘ Emotional First Aid’ Brandon Webb will lead the Walk. All are...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

Life Management Plans Culver Open House

Life Management is a Social Service Agency that provides services to adults with Developmental and Mental Disabilities. We are having an Open House Event at The Whole 9 Gallery, 3830 Main Street, Culver City on March 23, from 3 pm to 8. Please come...

 
 News    March 16, 2017 

Centennial Mayor's Luncheon Coming on April 18

Mayor Jim B. Clark will be speaking at the Centennial Mayor's Luncheon on Tuesday, April 18 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Westside located at 6161 W Centinela Avenue, Culver City. The...

 
 By Sandra Coopersmith    News    March 16, 2017 

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...

 
 By Fred Altieri    News    March 9, 2017

More Than 600 Support Culver City High's Casino Night

Sweet charity-stakes gambling, delicious food, cool drinks, jamming DJ music, multiple auctions and good times defined the Culver City High Booster Club's 10th Annual Casino Night. More than 600...

 

CCUSD Earns Green Achiever District Honors Culver City Unified School District

California State Superintendent Tom Torlakson was at Culver City High to nominate Culver City Unified School District a Green Achiever District and nominate CCUSD as one of only three districts in...

 

Culver's Deficit Exceeds $360 Million?

Has Mayor Jim Clarke mentioned our city of approximately 40,000 is in the red by over $360 million? Perhaps Jeff Cooper, soon to be mayor, will get a loan from his employer, Wells Fargo Bank, to cover...

 

Culver's Martin Beer Makes Hofstra's

Martin Beer of Culver City excelled during the Fall 2016 semester at Hofstra University, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the Dean's List. Hofstra University is a nationally ranked private university just 25 miles from New York City...

 

Culver City 100 Goes Backstage!

Culver City movie fans can warm up for the Oscars on Wednesday, February 22 at a legendary site that’s been a favorite hangout for studio folks and locals for 80 years: the Backstage Bar & Grill! From 5 –7pm you can enjoy handmade hot hors...

 

SoCalGas Offers Tips on Reducing Winter Gas Bills

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) advised that cold weather over the past month is resulting in increased natural gas use and higher bills. The company issued tips to help Southern Californians save money on their natural gas bills this winter....

 

Culver to Celebrate Martin Luther King Day Again

Culver City’s 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration event will take place on Saturday, January 14, at 11 am at the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue in Culver City. “I’m looking forward to this celebration in honor...

 

Stu Freeman Raises a Centennial Flag

Long-time businessman and Immediate Past President of the Culver City Historical Society Stu Freeman raises a Culver City Centennial flag at 9715 Washington Boulevard in the city’s downtown area. The building has been owned by his family since...

 

George Petrelli's Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

A little over a week after hosting thousands of customers for the 85th Anniversary of Petrelli’s the Petrelli family invites you to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in a most traditional way. That’s the way George Petrelli and his Uncle Joe insisted it...

 

You Can Represent Culver City; in Japanese Marathon

Can you run a full marathon under 4 hours and 10 minutes? The Culver City Sister City Committee, a non-profit international and intercultural community organization, is looking for one male and one female runner to run the 23rd Annual Osaka Senshu...

 

A Taste Of Washington West Coming On October 17

Culver City’s Washington West Business District will be hosting its second annual Taste of Washington West on Saturday, October 15 from 3 pm to 6 . The event will feature a variety special tastings and drink specials from ten area restaurants...

 

Centennial Kickoff Brings Out The Crowds

More than 1200 local residents marched in the Centennial Parade last Saturday to the delight of onlookers. Police cruisers, motorcycles and fire trucks were mixed in with scouts, schools, floats,...

 

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,...

 

The First Hundred Years Gifted to Education

The Chamber has a long history of supporting their local school districts over the last 70 years. This includes their longtime support in every parcel tax and school bond issue, as well as it’s involvement in a multitude of other school programs....

 

Culver City Loses IndieCade

According to reports in the Los Angeles Times IndieCade, the gaming industry's top festival, is leaving Culver City and moving to USC. The move was due to the final stages of developing downtown Culver City. The festival will move to USC's School of...

 

Culver City is Turning 100

Downtown area kicks off city’s year-long centennial celebration Culver City is turning 100, and the city’s hip and historic downtown area is excited to kick off the year-long festivities. Downtown Culver City’s ‘Block Party of the Century’...

 

Have Kitties, Will Travel

Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Catty Wagon (www.cattywagon.org), the first custom-built, mobile adoption vehicle created just for kittens in order to enable thousands of shelter kittens to...

 

Local Hero Buford Still Giving Back To LA

The world and especially Los Angeles is a better place because of people like Don Buford. The former major league baseball star is still an energizer bunny at the age of 79. When most people his age are working in the garden or playing golf Buford...

 

Fox Hills Association Welcomes Help July 30

The Fox Hills Neighborhood Assoiation will be planting Junipers and cleaning the park on Saturday. July 30 from 9 am to noon. Gloves, Tools and Lunch will be provided. Meet at the benches by the playground. - Please RSVP via email -...

 

Culver Family Escapes Death in France

Greg Krentzman, his wife, Sophie and their nine year old daughter Lola survived the terrorist attack in Nice, France as the terrorist drove a large refrigeration truck through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day, killing 84 and injuring more than 200....

 

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