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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

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West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

West Basin to Host “Drought Town Hall” Meeting

During this severe drought, the West Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors will host a town hall meeting to discuss the drought and how local water agencies can assist residents in saving water. The meeting will be held on Aug. 15 at 9:30 a.m. at the Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. Community members from West Basin’s service area are invited to learn about the latest drought [...]

CicLAvia Bike Valet: Volunteers Needed

CicLAvia Bike Valet: Volunteers Needed

Culver City Bicycle Coalition will be hosting the bike valet at the CicLAvia, August 9 and we need your help! CicLAvia – Culver City meets Venice Beach – is going to be huge! It’s the biggest open streets event in LA, bringing 100,00 people through Culver City as they explore the route by bike, foot, scooter… anything but a car. The Bike Valet is a great opportunity for CCBC to serve [...]

CC Foodie – Coolhaus Named in ‘Best Ice Cream’ @ Eater

CC Foodie – Coolhaus Named in ‘Best Ice Cream’ @ Eater

One of LA's most successful food truck start-ups, Coolhaus continues to build ice cream sandwiches out of classic cookies and unique ice creams, both from their roving mobile operations and their dedicated shop in Culver City. Named to the 'Eighteen Outstanding Ice Cream Shops - Summer 2015" list on Eater, it's always fair weather for a stop at the shop. Coolhaus co-founders Natasha Case [...]

Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Expo Line Train Tests Successful in Santa Monica

Train testing has been officially underway since July 16 on the Expo Line extension, sending trains casually traveling through the Westside for the first time in decades, but yesterday a really beautiful thing happened: a train glided through Santa Monica for the first time since 1953. The dream of taking a train to the beach (or really, really close—four blocks away) is now almost here and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Scientists analyzing four years of data from NASA’s Kepler mission have released a new catalog of exoplanet candidates. The catalog adds more than 500 new possible planets to the 4,175 already found by the famed space-based telescope. “This catalog contains our first analysis of all Kepler data, as well as an automated assessment of these results,” says SETI Institute scientist Jeffrey [...]

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

State Budget Invests in Quality of Life

The governor and legislature negotiated a $115.4 billion budget deal, which was signed June 24th, that makes important investments in programs that will improve the health and overall quality of life for some of California’s most vulnerable populations. Congratulations to our lawmakers for committing to the following in the 2015-16 fiscal year: • Expanding full-scope Medi-Cal to all [...]

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

Health Care Counseling Available @ Senior Center

There are now 2 HICAP Counselors at Culver City Senior Center who can provide free and unbiased counseling and assistance with Medicare and related health insurance. HICAP is the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program of the non-profit Center for Health Care Rights in Los Angeles. HICAP is a program of Calif. Dept. of Aging, funded locally by the City of Los Angeles Dept. of Aging [...]

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

Heading West? Possible Traffic Due to Lane Closure

The #2 lane of westbound Washington Boulevard, between Atlantic Avenue and Inglewood Boulevard, will be closed for reconstruction. The lane will be reopened by August 4th. Hop over to Washington Place or just be patient.

Subject for A Short Story @ Fanatic Salon Theater

Subject for A Short Story @ Fanatic Salon Theater

 Maureen Teefy will perform a limited engagement of her one-woman show, A Subject for a Short Story, directed by Thomas Mitchell, next month at the fanatic Salon Theater in Culver City. Show times will be August 14th & 15th at 8pm. Teefy, one of eight sisters of a large Irish Catholic family, who became a Hollywood star and now, born storyteller, steps onto the stage to reflect on her [...]

Celebrate Mayme Clayton’s Birthday!

Celebrate Mayme Clayton’s Birthday!

MCLM founder, Mayme A. Clayton, was born on August 4, 1923. It's become a Mayme Clayton Library and Museum tradition to celebrate Dr. Clayton's birthday with a simple reception. Join us this year in the MCLM Great Room at 1 PM and meet our new board members. Saturday, August 1st, 1 pm. If you have never visited this wonderful Culver City resource, now is the time. It's also home to the Express [...]

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