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LA's Newest MLS Professional Soccer Team Kicks-Off Their Inaugral Season By Dropping By Tito's Tacos

Get a kick out of picking up some of the hippest sports merchandise ever to hit Los Angeles at Tito's Tacos this evening from 5pm to 9pm courtesy of LA's newest MLS Professional Soccer Team, The Los A...

 

Cedars-Sinai Expands Presence in Culver City

As Cedars-Sinai expands throughout the Westside they have opened a second facility in Culver City. This week was the opening of a new primary care office across from Sony Studios in the heart of Culve...

 

Kindness Takes the Lead in Culver City

Culver City is making kindness a priority. “Living in a large urban center, it’s easy to forget that we’re all human beings,” said Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper. “In everybody’s everyday hustle and bustle and in the rush to get from...

 

Sony Pictures Entertainment Donates Digital Projection System For Veterans Memorial Building

On December 11 the City Council of the City of Culver City presented a Commendation to Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) in recognition for its donation of a digital projection system for the Auditorium in Veterans Memorial Building. “Sony...

 

Recycle Your Tree

Culver City Christmas trees will be collected by the sanitation department at no charge. Residents must prepare their tree for collection by removing all plastic containers, metal stands and bars, ornaments, lights and the bulk of tinsel. Flocked...

 

'Tis The Season in Downtown Culver City

Age 11, CCMS student Downtown Culver City was in full festive mode on Thursday, December 7th, as dozens of white-shirted choir students filed onto the stage that sat in front of the large Christmas...

 

Developers to Meet With Fox Hills Residents

Community leaders and the developers, HSH Management have been at odds how to develop the site where Marshalls and CVS are located. The developer is hosting a Community Open House meeting regarding mobilityand transportation. The meeting will be...

 

Annual Culver City Holiday Tree Lighting On December 7

Celebrate peace, good will and the holiday season at this annual event. See Santa Claus as he makes a very special visit all the way from the North Pole, in honor of Culver City's Centennial on Thursday, December 7 at 6 pm. The festivities will be he...

 

The Wende Is Open and Better

On Saturday Nov 18 Wende Museum, a museum that preserves Cold War art, opened its doors to the public once again. Located at what was formerly known as the National Guard Armory, the Wende has...

 

Grab 'N Give Bags to Feed the Needy

The holidays are a time of giving and many residents want to know how they can help. Well here is a direct way not only to help, buy know what you're giving and where it's going. Sprouts is making it...

 

Health Inspectors Comb Westfield Culver City Food Court

Health Inspectors Comb Westfield Culver City Food Court Inspectors for the Environmental Health section of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health inspected the food court including food vendors at Westfield Culver City this week after a...

 

Final Call For Content In TIme Capsule

The Culver City Centennial Celebration is coming to an end. We celebrated the 100th birthday closing ceremonies with A Birthday Party in the Park held at Veterans Park, Incorporation Day held at City...

 

Thank you to our Culver City friends who attended my husband's Memorial at UCLA on 8/19/17.

I am also grateful for your cards. During the Memorial I announced that Jim’s request was in lieu of flowers he would prefer donations toward the track fund at UCLA. During my speech I asked wouldn’t it be better to have the donations going...

 

Hurricane Relief

The Exchange Club of Culver City Will Be Hosting a Beer and Wine Garden at the Culver City Centennial Celebration in Veteran’s Park at 4117 Overland Avenue. 100% of Profits Will Go toward Storm Relief and Recovery Following Hurricanes Harvey and...

 

The Culver Studios & Lin Howe Boosters Create New Butterfly Garden

Summers in LA can get quite hot. Especially with asphalt that traps and contains heat, its not that pleasant. And at Lin Howe, and with the Culver Studios help, they realized this problem. With enough funding, Lin Howe transformed their asphalt...

 
 By Mailee Johnson    News    August 31, 2017

Culver Studios & Lin Howe Boosters Create New Butterfly Garden

Summers in LA can get quite hot. Especially with asphalt that traps and contains heat, its not that pleasant. And at Lin Howe, and with the Culver Studios help they realized this problem. With enough funding Lin Howe transformed their asphalt patch...

 

Culver City Centennial Celebration Upcoming Events Open to the Public

A list of upcoming events in support of the Culver City CentennialArtisan food and drink, family fun, and a behind-the-scenes look at Culver City’s history--this is just a taste of what is being offered by the Culver City Centennial this summer....

 

Kid Scoop Covers The LA Film Festival

By: Lauren Berger The LA Film Festival shone a bright light on 2017’s Future Filmmakers. An annual contest, Future Filmmakers celebrates the artistic achievements of budding film producers worldwide. Selected from a pool of more than 700 short...

 

"Future Filmakers" Do Interesting Work

By Devyn Hackett Correspondent for KSM Kid Scoop Media I attended the Future Filmmakers Program at the LA Film Festival on June 17 as a first time reporter for Kid Scoop Media. The films showcased were made by high school students, or “future filmm...

 

Praying Lemons Into Lemonade

"O Lord, that lends me life, Lend me a heart replete with thankfulness!" – William Shakespeare (King Henry VI, Part 2) Pastor Michael Barrett Jr., a Culver City resident, freely acknowledges that...

 
 By Chelsea Maynard    News    June 15, 2017

Reporter Learns A Lot From PRIDE

By Chelsea Maynard Kid Scoop Media Reporter Culver City High School This past weekend I attended the LA Pride Festival in West Hollywood. I was working as a kid reporter for KSM Kid Scoop Media. I...

 
 By Kristin Shields    News    June 15, 2017

Prison Arts Collective Visits the Wende Mu-seum

The Culver City based Wende Museum recently hosted the Prison Arts Collective for an evening of art and conversation byan incredible group of people. Annie Buckley: artist, teacher, and writer is the...

 

Culver City Centennial Westside Food & Wine Festival

As part of the spectacular events surrounding Culver City’s 2017 Centennial Celebration Wescom Credit Union presents the 2017 Culver City Centennial Westside Food & Wine Festival which will serve up tastes of amazing food, wines and spirits to...

 

Big Trouble In Fox Hills? Please Read On

Are developers causing trouble for Fox Hills? Could greedy developers be behind the large group of youths causing trouble at the Fox Hills Mall and in Fox Hills? Are the developers secretly using social media to target youths in South Central Los...

 

Smarter Water Town Hall Packs the House in Culver City

Local Water Experts Expose Shortcomings of Proposed Ocean Desalination Plant and Highlight Alternatives Culver City residents and other engaged community members convened at the Veterans Memorial Building last week for an enlightening community...

 

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