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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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City Wins Budget Presentation Award for 23rd Year

City Wins Budget Presentation Award for 23rd Year

The City of Culver City is pleased to announce that the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the City the GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. “This award represents a significant achievement, reflecting the commitment of the both the City Council and staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeting. The City [...]

Do You Have Starving Actor Problems? Answers are Here!

Do You Have Starving Actor Problems? Answers are Here!

Feel like celebrating some creative freedom and fun? Starving Actor Problems is a web series starring and created by Mallory Low, an actress who's been in the business for over 17 years. It takes a look inside her quirky mind as she comedically humanizes one the most competitive businesses in the world. SAP hopes to connect actors and actresses, whether they be starving or not, in an overly [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

A new type of methane-based, oxygen-free life form that could metabolize and reproduce similar to life on Earth has been modeled by a team of Cornell University researchers. Taking a simultaneously imaginative and rigidly scientific view, chemical engineers and astronomers offer a template for life that could thrive in a harsh, cold world—specifically Titan, the giant moon of Saturn. A [...]

Culver City Still Seeking Input on LAX Flight Noise

Culver City Still Seeking Input on LAX Flight Noise

Missed the meeting about the airport noise? Culver City continues to invite comments from the Community on LAX Airport - Overflights and Other Impacts. Please click on the link below for more information about the Community Meeting held on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, including documents provided at that meeting. www.culvercity.org/en/Articles/Lax_053115.aspx If you'd like to leave a comment [...]

Save the Date – Time Bank Potluck

Save the Date – Time Bank Potluck

Join Our Time Bank for the March potluck on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the Culver Palms United Methodist Church at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd.  Not just a potluck gathering, it's also an orientation for those wishing to find out more about time banking, and an exchange for items you are willing to part with. Porluck at noon, orientation 1:30-2:30 p.m. and Swap - Exchange at the same event. If you [...]

Spontaneous Combustion Choir – Sing it This Weekend!

Spontaneous Combustion Choir – Sing it This Weekend!

What could be more fun than spontaneous combustion ? Well, singing about it tops the list. Spontaneous Combustion Choir is a group of singers creating instant a capella chorale music, built upon a series of easy to follow improvisation exercises invented by Overtone Industries' Artistic Director O-Lan Jones. This weekend the choir will ignite on  March 8 at the Vets Memorial Building in [...]

Hoffman, Kamlager, Svonkin and Fong Win College District Seats – Turnout Less Than 10%

Hoffman, Kamlager, Svonkin and Fong Win College District Seats – Turnout Less Than 10%

While there are post-election day stories about the winners and the ballot measures, the sad tale is the the turnout was less than 10%. A mere 8.6% of registered voters bothered to turn out to vote. With Hermosa Beach voting no on oil drilling, and the Los Angeles voters agreeing to consolidate elections, there were important issues at stake yesterday on the ballot. The few who cared enough to [...]

It’s Really Very Easy – Just Go Vote

It’s Really Very Easy – Just Go Vote

There's an Election today, and you need to vote. Culver City has a very short ballot, so it won't take much time. Seat 1 - Andra Hoffman Seat 3 - Sydney Kamlanger Seat 5 - Scott Svonkin Seat 7 - Mike Fong Why? Some good recommendations, endorsed by organizations I like, people on the inside that I trust, and enough information to feel comfortable recommending them to you. Yes, [...]

It Couldn’t Be Any Easier – T.S. Owen

It Couldn’t Be Any Easier – T.S. Owen

Did you know there’s drive-through voting in Culver City and Los Angeles? Should you be unable to leave your vehicle, drive to your polling station, park in the marked Curbside Voting area and call the number on the sign. A poll worker will bring the ballot to you. Or say you marked your absentee ballot for who you wanted to fill the odd numbered seats on the Los Angeles Community College [...]

Costco Ends AmEx Deal, Partners with Citigroup

Costco Ends AmEx Deal, Partners with Citigroup

Citigroup Inc. will become the exclusive issuer of Costco's credit cards and Visa Inc. will replace American Express as the credit-card network for Costco’s stores starting in 2016, the retailer announced Monday. AmEx has been the only credit card accepted at Costco for the last 15 years. The deal had been a boon for both companies, analysts said, but they ended their partnership last month. [...]

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