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Culver City Introduces ‘Birdee’ – Voter Education and Outreach

Culver City Introduces ‘Birdee’ – Voter Education and Outreach

At the January 25, 2016 City Council meeting, the City Clerk’s Office introduced Culver City Counts, the Culver City Voter Education and Outreach Program and its mascot Birdee with a 30 second animated video which can be found at www.culvercity.org/vote. Birdee is a non-partisan “tweeter” whose goal is to get the word out about registering to vote, serving as a poll worker, and signing [...]

Just a Thought – Lousy Teenagers

Just a Thought – Lousy Teenagers

No, I'm not being metaphorical - there may be a lice outbreak at the high school that seems to be flying under the radar because - well, because lice. No one is particularly proud to announce they have bugs, but there's no reason to keep it a secret. The good news is that our kids are not having a secret outbreak of herpes or heroin addiction. It's a not-fatal, pretty painless, fault free [...]

Mayor O’Leary to Honor Sister City Runners

Mayor O’Leary to Honor Sister City Runners

Culver City Mayor Micheal O’Leary will present commemorative gifts to L.A. Marathon runners Kiyoshi Takihara, 27, and Masako Yasuba, 40, from Kaizuka, Japan at the welcome potluck presented by the Culver City Sister City Committee, Feb. 12, 6 p.m., at Mike Cohen’s house, 4378 Jasmine Ave. Culver City. Public is invited. Contact Marathon Exchange chairpersons Tim Petersen, [...]

CC Foodie – Name Your Poison? Lawsuit Alleges Arsenic in Wine

CC Foodie – Name Your Poison? Lawsuit Alleges Arsenic in Wine

It's an ideal controversy to discuss at Happy Hour; there are 83 popular, inexpensive brands of California wines that contain illegal and dangerously high levels of poisonous inorganic arsenic, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 in Los Angeles. The complete list is included below. Plaintiffs Doris Charles, Alvin Jones, Jason Peltier and Jennifer Peltier allege in their [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

   I am a person who not only doesn't mind change,  I have been a proactive change monger, especially during my younger years.  As I look back over the big milestone markers of my life, I marvel at friends who have stayed married to the same person over twenty, thirty, even forty years, and at people who have remained at one job for thirty-seven years, or those who have lived in the same [...]

Leslie Lockhart Wins California School Award

Leslie Lockhart Wins California School Award

CCUSD's Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Leslie Lockhart has been named Personnel/Human Resources Administrator of the Year for the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA), Region XIV. Lockhart will be honored at an awards dinner on April 27 at the Grand Event Center in Long Beach and is now eligible for ACSA's statewide Administrator of the Year Award. "This award is [...]

Countywide Parks Assessment Meeting – Feb. 4

Countywide Parks Assessment Meeting – Feb. 4

Are you a recreational user? Tonight will see a community meeting to obtain public input for the Los Angeles Countywide Comprehensive Park & Recreation Needs Assessment. Hosted by the Baldwin Hills Conservancy and the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, it will be at the  L.A. Baha'i Center, 5755 Rodeo Road, Los Angeles, CA 90016. Tonight, Thursday, February 4, 2016, at [...]

Adopt & Shop Celebrates February as Awards Season

Adopt & Shop Celebrates February as Awards Season

Found Animals Foundation, Inc. a leading animal welfare organization that works to end pet homelessness, announced its month-long festivities for pets and owners alike in honor of the entertainment industry’s awards season. The pet pampering activities and festivities will be held at its Adopt & Shop store in Culver City, the only nonprofit pet retail store in California that offers pet [...]

CCHS Abassadors Club Needs Donations for Book Drive

CCHS Abassadors Club Needs Donations for Book Drive

Children's Hospital Los Angeles Junior Ambassadors is a program that started in 2012 and includes students from ages 5-18. They help raise money for programs at CHLA such as the Heart Institute, Child Life program, Literally Healing program and many more. The club is also involved throughout our schools and communities by addressing the issues of pediatric health. In addition, they actively [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

New Year’s Day, 1801, the dawn of the 19th century, was a historic moment for astronomy, and for a space mission called Dawn more than 200 years later. That night, Giuseppe Piazzi pointed his telescope at the sky and observed a distant object that we now know as dwarf planet Ceres. Today, NASA’s Dawn mission allows us to see Ceres in exquisite detail. From the images Dawn has taken over [...]

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