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Students from AVPA, the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts at Culver City High School, will perform their original creation on Zoom, led by Heidi Duckler Dance teacher Rafael Quintas.
In response to the economic hardships many creative individuals and organizations are facing in these difficult times, the Culver City Arts Foundation launched the Arts Resiliency Fund in partnership with the Culver...
A new City Council has been seated, and it has already begun wading into controversial issues of racial equity, inclusionary housing, policing, and reimagining public safety. Many wonder what the election results tell us about where Culver...
The Alternative Realities conference was held at the Wende Museum in Culver City, Calif. CULVER CITY, Calif.—At a recent gathering of scholars and academics discussing “Alternative Realities: Utopian Thought in Times of Political Rupture” held at the Wende Museum of...
This past September, old politics and new ideas were questioned by the moderators and student participants in a Culver City Council Candidates Youth Forum. Among those old politics was a question to Mayor Goran Eriksson about the 2017 Senate...
When Monday, November 9, 2020at 7:00 PM Where ***ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND*** See below for...
CULVER CITY, CA – October 21, 2020 – Two weeks before the election on November 3rd, Culver City Council candidate Yasmine McMorrin is racing toward the finish line with an array of campaign events, including a virtual rally, a...
Precedents, Politics and Personality. A brief history of the mayoral succession and a proposed charter amendment to abate controversy. It was easy to assume the large crowd gathered at the the April 30, 2018 Culver City City Council meeting was...
On Monday June 24, the Culver City Council will consider a rentfreeze. What is a rent freeze, and why does Culver City need one?  Renters in Culver City currently...
A Plea for Special Ed Reform at CCUSD On May 8, 2018, what started as a routine Culver City Unified School Board meeting at City Hall, transitioned into an impassioned plea.  A chorus of CCUSD elementary school parents and teachers...