Highlights from November 12, 2018 Culver City City Council Meeting Announcements Council member Daniel Lee spoke about how Armistice Day (currently referred to as Veterans Day in the U.S.) was first observed 100 years ago at the end of WWI, as...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xa_mrFBy2E This year's Art Walk & Roll Festival in Culver City had a lot to offer for a small town affair--An e-vehicle ride-off (It was a blast!), live music, tarot card readings, hard-working elected officials promoting the latest local measure,...
A Progressive’s Guide to the Upcoming Election Although Culver City is majority Democratic blue, it is no less important to be informed first, and then VOTE up-and-down the ballot, notably on state and local initiatives which can affect all Culver...
It is officially Fall in Culver City and if you're looking for a perfect way to usher in the new season with the whole family, Culver City’s Annual Art Walk and Roll Festival is exactly how to do it--this...
As Culver City prepares for the grand re-opening of the Robert Frost Auditorium community members reflect on its long history and the years’ long effort it took to bring the dramatic transformation of a Culver City historical landmark to...
After an extensive and long-awaited transformation, The Robert Frost Auditorium at Culver City High School will re-open its doors to the public on September 29. Since its first construction, the edifice has been heralded as an "iconic, modernist" performing arts...
In a disaster, we depend on first responders: fire departments, police, FEMA, the National Guard, and other military, but community volunteers can provide vital support when first responders are overwhelmed. Untrained helpers, however, risk becoming victims themselves. Fortunately, Citizens...
An Open Letter to Abolish ICE As nationwide mass protests denounce the Trump administration’s immigration policy of the separation and jailing of migrant families, CC Vice Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, Councilmember Daniel Lee, CCUSD Vice President Kelly Kent and School Board...
An End to Inglewood Oil Field? To the delight of community activists in the room, the newly elected Culver City Council took action at its June 20th meeting to begin planning for a phase-out of oil drilling operations at the...
At the June 25 Regular City Council Meeting, community members turned out en masse to make public comment advocating for two opposing views; to follow the mayoral rotation policy or adopt a resolution to rescind it. Three members of the...

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