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PREMIERES 2/11/21: Young Nicky talks New Music, Supersonics, and Influential People

Posted by Mistah Wilson on February 5, 2021 at 7:57pm 0 Comments

Young Nicky is a new artist from Seattle, Washington that recently dropped his first single "Make It Last Forever" (​) with a hot music video shot & edited by KGR Majesty. Mistah Wilson sat down with tha aspiring artist to discuss life growing up in Seattle, the people who motivated him to pursue music, and overcoming challenges that have inhibited his growth as a musician.

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ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue132 (January 2021)

Posted by Mistah Wilson on January 20, 2021 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

featuring "Where Do We Go From Here", a song by Dominance Tha MC exclusively in this issue!

McMorrin Racks Up Endorsements in Culver City Council Race

Posted by James Klein on October 6, 2020 at 10:08am 0 Comments

Eighteen leading groups endorse Yasmine McMorrin, more than any other candidate

Less than one month before the Culver City Council election on November 3rd, Yasmine McMorrin’s campaign continues to gain momentum. The candidate attracted many new endorsements from organizations in September, as well as prominent leaders like U.S. Congresswoman Karen Bass, and California State Senator Holly J. Mitchell.

McMorrin’s endorsers include: Los Angeles County Democratic Party, Culver City Democratic Club, Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, Heart of Los Angeles Democratic Club, National Women's Political Caucus - LA Westside, Stonewall Democratic Club, SEIU United Healthcare Workers West, California Young Democrats, Culver City Community Coalition, Westside Young Democrats, Food & Water Action, Los Angeles County Federation…


Sen. Holly Mitchell Endorses Yasmine McMorrin for Culver City Council

Posted by James Klein on September 24, 2020 at 1:51pm 0 Comments

State Senator joins growing list of McMorrin’s supporters

California Senator Holly J. Mitchell is adding her endorsement to Yasmine McMorrin’s historic campaign for Culver City Council.

“I proudly endorse Yasmine McMorrin in her run for Culver City Council” stated Mitchell. “In her four years in Culver City, she has shown up to fight for her community. From her advocacy to protect and expand protections for renters, to her work on the city’s General Plan Advisory Committee to ensure equitable development of her community, Yasmine has demonstrated her commitment to serve.”

A longtime champion of equity and justice, Sen. Mitchell represents Culver City’s California District 30, and is campaigning for the District 2 seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Prior to serving in the California Senate, Holly J.…


McMorrin Gains More Key Endorsements in Culver City Council Race

Posted by James Klein on September 8, 2020 at 11:29am 0 Comments

Three renowned Democratic organizations announce support for Yasmine McMorrin’s campaign

Stonewall Democratic Club, Westside Young Democrats, and California Young Democrats gave their official endorsements to Yasmine-Imani McMorrin’s bid for Culver City Council, in the election to be held Nov. 3rd.

The announcements come after recent statements of support from esteemed U.S. Representative Karen Bass, and the Heart of LA Democratic Club, which gave McMorrin its only endorsement in the Culver City Council election.

"Yasmine McMorrin is a next-generation candidate who has established a track record of progressive values and leadership,” declared Stonewall Democratic Club President Lester Aponte. “She is a strong ally to the LGBTQ+ community, and her commitment to equity makes her a forceful and effective advocate for…


Ready Ron Beats talks Seattle Hip Hop, Overcoming Obstacles, and Producing Music (Full Gallery + Interview)

Posted by Mistah Wilson on September 5, 2020 at 2:13pm 0 Comments

Ready Ron Beats talks Seattle Hip Hop, Overcoming Obstacles, and Producing Music in an Exclusive Interview w/ Mistah Wilson on WilsonBlock100 Radio (Full Gallery + Interview)


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Culver City Historical Society

Holiday Message 2020

Season’s Greetings, Members and Friends of the Culver City Historical Society! As we near the end of the year 2020, I find myself reflecting on how difficult this year has been. And, unfortunately, it is not over yet. We must all continue to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. Many of us […]

In Memoriam: Sharon Shore (1943-2020), Costume Chair 2012-2015

It is with great sadness that I report the untimely passing of my friend and colleague, Sharon, on September 26, 2020, from cancer. Many of you remember her as the Costume Chair before she moved to San Simeon. She also wrote a column in this newsletter from time to time.  I know she took pride […]

Recent Acquisitions – Fall 2020

We have recently grown the Historical Society’s collection thanks to our amazing community of friends and members. Last year, The Culver Studios and Hackman Capital Partners began conversations with the Society to discuss the future of four cinematic historic windows that had been hidden away for 80 years at The Culver Studios. One was from […]

Fall 2020 Message

Dear Members and Friends, It’s hard to believe that nine months have gone by since your Historical Society’s Archives and Resource Center (ARC) was last open to the public. We miss you! While Culver City (and Los Angeles County) slowly moves into next phases of reopening, Veterans Memorial Building remains closed to the public. While […]

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