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In this gripping, unexpectedly funny Pulitzer Prize-winning play, John is a rich, quick-witted grad student who has cerebral palsy. Ani is an hilariously foul-mouthed quadriplegic. The people who hel…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Lillian Hellman’s provocative masterpiece continues to exert a captivating hold on American culture. Set in the Deep South of 1900, where women have scant options and men seem to hold all the power,…0 Comments 0 Promotions
What if God turned out to be a Puerto Rican steam bath attendant, assisted by a butler named Gottlieb? Renowned stand up comedian and actor Paul Rodriguez stars in a revival of Steambath, the 1970 of…0 Comments 0 Promotions
On Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., the Institute of Musical Arts welcomes Ann Buxie and Tina Tomiyama, (both members of the advanced “Tell Me A Story” storytelling workshop) in a performance…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Start the year proving your mettle with a quick dip in the Pacific Ocean. Penguin Club, sponsored and run by Southern California Aquatics (SCAQ), will provide you with a cool, fresh start to the New…0 Comments 0 Promotions
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It is also the first basketball-oriented on-campus signing day in five years, and also just the third on-campus signing day ceremony on the Taper Avenue campus of Mary Star Of The Sea High School.
Boys basketball senior 6'4'' guard…
2018 was not the greatest of regular seasons for San Pedro High football, as they walked into the CIF-Los Angeles City Section Division 1 playoffs as the sixth seed with a 4-6 record, just ending a four-game losing streak with a 28-6 victory at Gardena for the first and only Marine League victory on October…
Humana Inc., one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies, announced it has launched a series of efforts to assist its members, employees and communities in southern California impacted by the Hill and Woolsey wildfires.
Among those measures, Humana has opened its toll-free crisis intervention hotline and counseling services beyond employees and health plan members to include any individual who may need help and support coping with the…
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The women of Culver City Elks Lodge #1917 have done it again. They got together to spend a evening dining, painting a picture and bidding on items up for auction. All to benefit the Culver City High School Homeless Children.
There are nearly 200 teens attending Culver City High School who are homeless. On top of the usual angst high schoolers face, these children also worry about basic survival essentials; finding shelter, food, and a way of keeping clean. The Culver City United School District (CCUSD) is progressive in helping the families of teens caught in this situation and the Culver City Elks are determined to help them.
The Elks, led by Genny Santiesteban organized the fund raising and all the proceeds went to this cause. The ladies organized the event, publicized it and solicited the items to be raffled. Hot raffle items included a Rachel Ray Cookware set, a picnic basket filled with cutlery and snacks, and a ladies watch valued at over $1500 donated by…Continue
The Ballona Creek Wetlands will be open to the public from 9 am to noon the first Saturday of every month. This is a drop in event, so please come down anytime that morning.
The Wetlands is at the Ballona Ecological Reserve, located in Playa del Rey, are normally off limits to people in order to preserve their specialness.
The entrance to the reserve is in the parking lot behind AlkaWater/Gordon’s Market, in the 300 block of Culver, 90293.
Enter through the gate in the northeast corner of the lot. For more information please contact Cindy Hardin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-301-0050.…
Pick up a "passport" at any participating business and stroll the twinkle-lit streets enjoying spiked (or virgin) lemonade at all participating businesses, getting your passport stamped as you sample.
Enjoy swinging 60's jazz from Neptune Cocktail playing on the patio just outside Starbucks, and the folk/rock sounds of Rosendo playing by the Culver Hotel. Drop off your passport at the Kirk Douglas Theatre to win special prizes and, while you're there, enjoy refreshments, exclusive tours and spin the wheel to win free tickets. …
As part of the Elks national "Most Valuable Student" program, Culver City is awarding two first place prizes of $300 to Chandler D Beon and Isabel J Gilmour, two second place prizes of $200 to both Bartholomew Salv and Maya Luong and one third place prize of $100 to Jesus Pelayo.
Each year The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks sets aside the month of May to honor the most exemplary of our…Continue
Toni Ferrara was named Elk of the Year for 2017-2018 at an honorary dinner held Friday night, 3/23/2018.
This honor was given for her unflagging willingness to do whatver needed to be done and always doing it with a smile.
The Culver City Elks bestows scholarships to high school seniors and Toni was there helping grade the essays and rank the entrants.
When the Elks held their Mother's Day brunch, their Cinco De Mayo party, and their Halloween Party, Toni was there for the setup, serving and the break down as well.
The Culver City Elks threw a Christmas party for under-served kids in the area and Toni was amazing in the development and execution of an "arts and…Continue
Double M Jazz Salon continues its legacy at the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum in Culver City. Jazz Baroness Mimi Melnick first began Double M Jazz Salon in 1996 in her Encino home on Strawberry Drive. Mimi loved (J)azz, she organized and hosted the Jazz Salons to support the (J)azz community in Los Angeles. Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum is proud and honored to carry the torch. …