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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, I am learning to crochet! It’s really fun! Most spiders are naturally adept at spinning webs, but the designs are too traditional for me. I’m trying something new. I showed it to a few friends but they got scared. Why are some people afraid of art? Sincerely, Spider Dali Dear Awesome Spider, You should totally sell that thing on Etsy! Did you know there are knitting [...]

City Council Gives ‘Historical Significance’ to Ice Arena

City Council Gives ‘Historical Significance’ to Ice Arena

At the Council meeting on July 28, the five ayes that voted to grant 'historical significance' to the Culver Ice Arena were all aware that what they were bestowing was a title, and not the power to re-open the rink. What is conferred by the designation of historical significance is simply an acknowledgement that this meets the standards set by the state. That it just barely meets the standards [...]

Dear Editor – Offensive Advertising

Dear Editor – Offensive Advertising

Dear Editor: I have been a Culver City resident for 20+ years and have been active in the community as a parent, teaching artist, and citizen. I know many people who have worked tirelessly by volunteering in various capacities to keep our city one for which we can be proud. In spite of the efforts of many to keep our home a nice place to live, the recent ad blitz in Culver City for the film [...]

Peace Starts Here – Call for Artists

Peace Starts Here – Call for Artists

The Peace Project, headquartered out of The Whole 9 Gallery in Culver City, is proud to announce their 5th Annual International Call for Artists and Traveling Exhibit. The theme this year is Peace Starts Here. Artists are asked to submit works online that illustrate where peace starts. Is Peace born out of love, community, in the innocence of a child or the beauty of nature? The result is an [...]

CC Foodie – Free Dessert @ Native Foods on July 28

CC Foodie – Free Dessert @ Native Foods on July 28

Hungry for change? Native Foods is offering a free blueberry crumble with the purchase of an entree, side and drink today only as part of a benefit for Farm Sanctuary. With Native Foods great vegan/vegetarian menu, they are ideal partners for Farm Sanctuary, whose mission is to end farm animal abuse. Farm Sanctuary has been featured in dozens of national television and radio news reports, [...]

CC Rotary to Present Mentalist Carl Christman @ Culver Hotel  July 30

CC Rotary to Present Mentalist Carl Christman @ Culver Hotel July 30

This is not a TV show. Carl Christman will actually be “in the house” at the Culver Hotel to entertain members of the Culver City Rotary Club and community participants with his psychic powers. Imagine hearing people’s thoughts! Now you know what it’s like to be Carl. He is a teacher, author and mentalist who plays with language, psychology and non-verbal cues to entertain [...]

Sahli-Wells Signs On to Mayors’ Campaign to End Bullying

Sahli-Wells Signs On to Mayors’ Campaign to End Bullying

“With Congress stalled on legislation to end the bullying epidemic, the Mayors’ Campaign to End Bullying is a critical initiative to establish policies and programs that would improve the lives of the 13 million kids bullied in America each year.” said Lee Hirsch, filmmaker behind Bully and founder of The BULLY Project. Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells, along with mayors in San [...]

State Assembly Members to Hear Testimony on Mental Health, CHP Policies

State Assembly Members to Hear Testimony on Mental Health, CHP Policies

Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas and Assemblymember Reginald Jones-Sawyer will hear testimony from panels of law enforcement executives and mental health experts when they co-chair the Assembly Joint Hearing of the Select Committee on Mental & Behavioral Health and Select Committee on Justice Reinvestment tomorrow (Tuesday, July 29) at 10:00 a.m. at Southern Missionary Baptist Church [...]

Looking up – Bob Eklund

Looking up – Bob Eklund

The heliosphere, in which the Sun and planets reside, is a large bubble inflated from the inside by the high-speed solar wind blowing out from the Sun. Pressure from the solar wind, along with pressure from the surrounding interstellar medium, determines the size and shape of the heliosphere. The supersonic flow of solar wind abruptly slows at the termination shock, the innermost boundary of the [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

On the heels of their wildly successful Culver City High School Trip Down Memory Lane last week (maybe “wildly” is overstating it a bit) the Culver City Historical Society is now inviting members as well as community folks to its annual picnic, set for this Sunday, July 27 at Veterans Park from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Jim Rodrigues from Santa Maria BBQ will be presiding over the grill, and in [...]

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