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 By Fred Altieri    Sports    June 13, 2019

Culver High Athletics Scores Big This Season

The 2018-19 school year was a banner season for Culver City High athletics. The 22 student athletic programs combined to win seven league titles, a new record for the school. The previous best was...

 

10th Annual Creative Journey Concludes

So here I sit, typing with one hand and shoving chocolate into my face with the other in an attempt to console myself, now that this year's Intergenerational Writing Workshop, has ended. This 10th...

 

10th Annual Creative Journey Concludes

So here I sit, typing with one hand and shoving chocolate into my face with the other in an attempt to console myself, now that this year's Intergenerational Writing Workshop, has ended. This 10th ann...

 

Finding Female Firefighters for Culver City

Well folks, I think I might have gotten the solution to our female firefighter problem. But first, it seems we are getting more and more dangerous forest fires every year. The State of California...

 

Centaurs Face San Jacinto Tigers

T-Minus one and counting. For only the third time in school history Culver City High has reached the CIF Football Playoff Finals. The Centaurs put the finishing touches on previously top-ranked...

 

Come Celebrate Our Cultural Corridor

What do you get when three unique museums, all within two blocks of each other, join forces to present free tours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 9 as the kick-off event of the Culver City Cultural...

 

SKIP THE SIESTA, COME TO TITO'S FIESTA!

Despite sharing a name, Tito's Tacos (titostacos.com), and Tito's Handmade Vodka (titosvodka.com) are not related. However, they definitely have three things in common: an unquestionable commitment...

 

Learn Something New at Any Age

Want to know how to create a positive catalyst for change? Try combining life experience and wisdom with fresh, youthful perspectives over six Wednesday morning sessions of creative and thoughtful...

 

Turning Point Robotics Team Earns Top Spot in Regional Qualifier

On Saturday, November 11 the Turning Point School "Green Tornadoes" took the top spot out of 25 teams from around the Los Angeles area who were competing for the chance to advance to the regional...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    April 27, 2017

Big Win Inspires Culver Baseball Team

Last Saturday's bus drive out to Granada Hills in the hot San Fernando Valley to play the Kennedy High Cougars was the shot in the arm the Culver City High baseball team was looking for. The result,...

 

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,...

 

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