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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

Yo Jethro - Shelly Blaisdell

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Meeting in a Minute – City Council

Meeting in a Minute – City Council

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of January 26, 2015. At this meeting, the City Council: Received a presentation from representatives of the Culver City Sister City, Inc. who recently visited Culver City's Sister City Iksan City, South Korea. Presented a proclamation designating February as American Hearth Month and February 6, 2015 as “Go Red for Women [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Gentle Readers, Do you see this face? Does this look like the face of a happy cat? No. It does not. It looks like a cat about to go postal. I was in the middle of writing this week's column when my health insurance provider decided to add hijacking my life to the list of services it provides for $37,000 per month. I like to think that I work for you, my readers. For the next several hours, [...]

Wormhole Now Open at Honor Fraiser

Wormhole Now Open at Honor Fraiser

Want to do some time travel? Find a wormhole. That's the tunnel in the space-time continuum that connects two disparate points — and a plot device for countless works of science fiction from "Star Trek" to "Contact" to "Interstellar." It's also the inspiration for a new work of sculpture by Los Angeles artist Glenn Kaino. He's crafted an artistic rendering of one of these space-time portals — [...]

Garden Club to Meet Feb. 3, Community Gardens Holds Waiting List Open

Garden Club to Meet Feb. 3, Community Gardens Holds Waiting List Open

The Culver City Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, February 3, at 7:00PM, in the Garden Room of the Veterans Building, 4117 Overland Ave. at Culver Blvd. The meeting is free and there is free parking around the site. Our speaker will be Yvonne Savio, Volunteer Coordinator for the Master GardenerProgram. She will give a presentation entitled "Huell Howser Garden Tour on Innovative [...]

Biden (on) Their Time  – KidScoop Media Gets the Veep

Biden (on) Their Time – KidScoop Media Gets the Veep

Editor's Note - We are pleased to present two       reporters from Kids Scoop Media offering their kids-eye view of the recent Vice Presidential visit. An “UnBiden” Interview By Sam Parekh 7th grade, Culver City Middle School On January 23rd Lena, my fellow KidScoop Media reporter, and I covered Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to West L.A. College to highlight the [...]

CCEF Thanks Donors for Supporting CCUSD on #GivingTuesday

CCEF Thanks Donors for Supporting CCUSD on #GivingTuesday

The American stock market did well last year, but the smartest (and most generous) investors we know are the many people and businesses in our community who used their money to invest in our Culver City students. Over $30,000 was contributed to the Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) during our #GivingTuesday/end of the year campaign, and we are deeply grateful for this notable [...]

Vote by Mail Application Window Opening for March 3 Primary Ballots

Vote by Mail Application Window Opening for March 3 Primary Ballots

City Clerk Holly L. Wolcott would like to remind voters of important dates pertaining to the Vote-By-Mail (VBM) process for the 2015 Primary Nominating Election to be held on March 3, 2015. California State law gives all registered voters the option to vote by mail regardless of whether or not they anticipate being “absent” on Election Day. A voter who is not currently a permanent VBM [...]

Feng Shui for Our Special Dog

Feng Shui for Our Special Dog

This is January 2015, and we are nearing the solar new year February 4th. During this time there are many energy transitions occurring, and I can feel it strong in our home. We have a 17 year old dog, who is in a major transition. His name is Joey, and we brought him up here. He was up for adoption when he was one month old at a pet store, and I brought him home as a present to my husband and [...]

Vlahakis Gets ‘Cool Kid’ Nod from ABC7

Vlahakis Gets ‘Cool Kid’ Nod from ABC7

Niko Vlahakis, who shares his giving spirit with the homeless, was recently named an ABC7 Cool Kid. “They think they're alone. I would like those people to feel like there are people who care and people who would love to see them get back on their feet and want to see them succeed,” Vlahakis said. For years, Vlahakis and his family have been volunteering with the organization, The [...]

The Does Future of Local Rail Need Another Ballot Measure?

The Does Future of Local Rail Need Another Ballot Measure?

By next year LA Metro will have Light Rail service running on the Expo Line from Culver City to Santa Monica and on the Gold Line from east Pasadena to Azusa. By 2019 the Crenshaw Line should be running between LAX and the Expo Line. The Regional Connector subway extending the Blue Line from 7th and Flower to Azusa and the Expo Line to East Los Angeles is scheduled to be finished by 2020.The [...]

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