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Jo Jo Krause Provides More San Pedro Softball Walk-Off Magic

It was VINTAGE San Pedro High softball... 2021 edition.

For the sixth time in the 21-year history of the Jim Robertson Memorial Alumni Field, the Pirates capped off a comeback against Marine League rival Carson with a walk-off hit to win it, but none was more wilder or more dramatic than what went down on Thursday in a battle for sole…

San Pedro High Football Rolls Again To Finish 2-0 In Spring 2021

From arriving on the grass of Mike Walsh Pirate Stadium all the way to the final chant when it was over, this Friday night, was unlike any other night in the annals of San Pedro High football.

The Golden Pirate Regiment band wasn't around, nor was the Drill Team, not to mention both sides of fans were smaller than usual. Yet, Pirate Pride was still…

 

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Kaiser Permanente COVID-19 Vaccination Site Opens in Culver City

Posted by KP Staff Writer on March 25, 2021 at 12:19pm 0 Comments

Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles is proud to announce the opening of a COVID-19 vaccination site at the Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Westside.

The new vaccination site opened on Wednesday, March 24th, and is vaccinating eligible Kaiser Permanente members and nonmembers.

“We are thrilled to offer this much-needed service to our communities,” said Dr. Kirk Tamaddon, area medical director and chief of staff, Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles. “We couldn’t be more excited to have the opportunity to expand vaccine operations in the West Los Angeles area.”

 The COVID-19 vaccine is available to all who are eligible regardless of insurance.…

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Health Experts Offer Important Advice to Help Children Thrive and Stay Safe Physically and Mentally Upon Returning to School for On-Campus Learning

Posted by KP Staff Writer on March 22, 2021 at 4:11pm 0 Comments

It is an important question many parents are asking themselves: Is my child prepared to return to school for in-person learning following months stuck at home and remote learning?

 

Now that teachers are being vaccinated and schools are welcoming students back on campus, medical and mental health experts say it is critically important to prepare children for this change. The key, they stress, is not to rush or pressure children when it comes to adjusting to a new learning and social environment. They also note it is important to explain the safety precautions children need to take to better protect their health once they return to the classroom.

 

If safety precautions are followed, and parents communicate clearly with their children about how to stay safe by following simple steps, children are more likely to…

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Why Rappers Give Back to the Kids

Posted by Mistah Wilson on March 17, 2021 at 10:58am 0 Comments

Here is tha ultimate point I am trying to make in this article. I was a foster child that reunited with my biological family at age 18. My brother had two kids, making me an uncle. But, before I concerned myself with being a good uncle, I focused on being a good brother first. Before you think about giving back to tha kids, you should give back to your peers first; in a way that can teach them how to fish for themselves. They may be a kid no one was able to reach. If you care about tha kids now, you'll care about how they turn out when they reach even your stature in life. It is not a good thing that we frown upon our displaced brethren especially if there is something we can do about it. Doing such negates tha whole idea of doing charitable deeds for young people. It is in tha nature of fraternal societies to…

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Dirty Twon talks Pasadena, Music Groups, & Working with Industry Artists

Posted by Mistah Wilson on March 10, 2021 at 9:59am 0 Comments

Mistah Wilson sat down with Pasadena artist Dirty Twon for an in-person exclusive interview at Farnsworth Park in Altadena, California. In this long-awaited interview, Dirty Twon opens up on his background in music and working with different camps.

Jsun Borne talks Midwest Rap, Passion for Hip Hop, & Violence in Chicago

Posted by Mistah Wilson on March 1, 2021 at 11:31am 0 Comments

Mistah Wilson caught up with Chicago rapper Jsun Borne for an exclusive interview on Midwest Rap, Passion for Hip Hop, & Violence in Chicago. You can find his latest album on Soundcloud below and reach out to him on Instagram.

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Culver City Historical Society

Spring 2021 Message

Dear Members and Friends: Happy Spring to all! It has been an exceptionally long year, and I am hopeful that we are moving toward some sort of normal and on a road to recovery. After reaching out to you in January, we named a few positions that needed to be filled so that we could […]

April 28 General Meeting and Program

The Culver Theatre: From The Red Stallion to Kirk Douglas | Virtual Program Do you miss going to the movies? Go back in time as we revisit the Culver Theatre which still stands today! The Culver Theatre opened on August 13, 1947 with the film The Red Stallion. It was designed in the “Skouras style,” […]

Classic Films Commemorative T-Shirt

The city motto of Culver City, California, is “The Heart of Screenland,” and this is not hyperbole. During the Golden Age of major movie studios in the 1930s more films were made in Culver City than in Hollywood. The Historical Society has memorialized this part of our city’s heritage by commissioning a tribute to classic […]

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 […]

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Why Rappers Give Back to the Kids

Here is tha ultimate point I am trying to make in this article. I was a foster child that reunited with my biological family at age 18. My brother had two kids, making me an uncle. But, before I concerned myself with being a good uncle, I focused on being a good brother first. Before you think about giving back to tha…

Dirty Twon talks Pasadena, Music Groups, & Working with Industry Artists

Mistah Wilson sat down with Pasadena artist Dirty Twon for an in-person exclusive interview at Farnsworth Park in Altadena, California. In this long-awaited interview, Dirty Twon opens up on his background in music and working with different camps.…

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