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...
Public Notice: Volunteer Opportunities in August 2018 Fiesta la Ballona - Friday, Sat. & Sun August 24, 25 & 26, 2018 Fiesta La Ballona is Culver City’s annual 3-day community festival with live music, food, carnival rides and more!  Volunteers help...
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...
Three architectural designs located in Culver City returned triumphant from the 2018 48th Annual Architectural Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Culver City winners: Vespertine, Stoneview Nature Center and The Culver Steps. The event was organized and hosted...
CCUSD Board of Education has unanimously approved the hiring of Vanessa San Martin as the district’s new director of Child Development, and Luis Ramirez as principal of La Ballona Elementary School. “Both Vanessa and Luis bring a wealth of experience...
Culver City and The Mayors Innovation Project (MIP) in partnership with Harvard Kennedy School’s Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) is exploring ways to create better outcomes in the areas of education, health, equity, the environment, transportation and more. Using behavioral...
Special Education (SE) was again the hot topic at the May 22, 2018 CCUSD Board of Education meeting; a follow up to the May 8, 2018 school board meeting. The meeting began with a productive alignment between the CCUSD district administration,...
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...
Analysis: Public denied answers as Culver City settles excessive force suit out of court. Further information on CCPD’s carotid hold policies and procedures would be instructive for “community conversation” Last Friday, Culver City filed papers in federal court seeking to dismiss...

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