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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Archived Posts

Planning Commission to Discuss Short Term Rentals

Planning Commission to Discuss Short Term Rentals

Do you AirBnb? Do your neighbors? How's that woking for you? This week's only action item on the agenda for the joint meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission on Wednesday, January 25, 2016 will be a discussion regarding banning or regulating short term rentals in residential districts citywide. The meeting will be at 7 pm at the City Hall, and if you want to comment, there is a [...]

Adler & Gibb @ KDT Explores Art, Life, Love and Death

Adler & Gibb @ KDT Explores Art, Life, Love and Death

Many years ago, I had a t-shirt that read ”Film is Art. Theater is Life.” The production of Adler and Gibb at the Kirk Douglas Theater takes this slogan and gives it an intense translation into flesh and blood. The simple, stripped down set of a few chairs, two standing microphones, a shelving unit full of very strange stuff, and an enigmatic box of dirt offers almost nothing to allow the [...]

Dear Editor – Housing? Here’s How

Dear Editor – Housing? Here’s How

Dear Editor, As a 14 year resident of Culver City it is encouraging to see current city staff and elected officials tackle difficult and sometimes thorny or loaded issues. This weekend’s community conversation around affordable housing is a prime example of matching forward thinking with substantive action. When I ran for city council last year I often spoke about affordability as a large [...]

Exchange Club to be Honored at Sandy Segal Fundraiser

Exchange Club to be Honored at Sandy Segal Fundraiser

The Friends of the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center are “Sailing into the Future” at their annual fundraiser on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at a private venue in Marina Del Rey. For information on the location please contact Sarah Carpenter at 310-837-3734. This year the group is proud to honor the Exchange Club of Culver City for its decades of support for the Health Center. The Club has been [...]

LOCALmotion -Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion -Jozelle Smith

We’re thinking that some folks who had never had the opportunity to ride our Expo/Metro Lines did so last Friday and/or Saturday relating to events taking place in Washington, DC and Downtown LA and discovered a whole new way to travel. As you’re probably aware, the volume was a lot higher than usual on those two days, but for some it was an introduction to the mass transit concept – it’s [...]

Just a Thought – Capital Steps

Just a Thought – Capital Steps

I'm on a road trip. The rain I woke up to this morning is falling in a forest in Maryland, and it feels like a dark day. I'm here for the Women's March tomorrow, but first, there is today to get through. Just one step at a time, one foot in front of the other. I traveled with an interesting collection of people. Old literature major that I am, every journey feels a bit like Chaucer's [...]

WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging will be working with the Culver City Senior Center to bring the nationally acclaimed, evidence-based Healthier Living program to Culver City. The program is especially helpful for older adults who are living with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, or other long term health concerns. The course begins on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 [...]

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

The Culver City Homelessness Committee is seeking volunteers for the 2017 Homeless Count, which will take place on Wednesday, January 25 beginning at 8 pm. Culver City’s Homeless Count is being conducted in coordination with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority which, beginning this year, will conduct the Count annually. Committee Chair Ira Diamond, says “The Count is performed [...]

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

Join the festivities for 100 Years of Fashion and Music on Sunday, January 22, 2:30-5:30 pm at The Culver Hotel. The Culver City Centennial Committee and CCUSD Council PTA will present “100 Years of Fashion…and Music” on Harry Culver’s actual birthday, Sunday, January 22. This fantastic event will feature authentic period pieces from 1917-2017, a history of fashion through the ages, [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

After a two-and-a-half-hour descent, the metallic, saucer-shaped spacecraft came to rest with a thud on a dark floodplain covered in cobbles of water ice, in temperatures hundreds of degrees below freezing. The alien probe worked frantically to collect and transmit images and data about its environs—in mere minutes its mothership would drop below the local horizon, cutting off its link to the [...]

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