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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Police Chase Ends on Culver City Rooftop

Police Chase Ends on Culver City Rooftop

A man who led authorities on a chase at speeds of more than 100 mph on Monday from Santa Clarita to Culver City barricaded himself on the roof of an apartment building for more than three hours before surrendering. The suspect’s name was not made public, but he reportedly was wanted in a drive-by shooting in Newhall and on suspicion of a drug-related crime. He surrendered about 5 p.m. after [...]

It’s Nutcracker Time! Westside Ballet Steps into Tradition

It’s Nutcracker Time! Westside Ballet Steps into Tradition

Now in its 5th decade of performances, Westside Ballet of Santa Monica, with live music by Santa Monica College Symphony, returns to present its holiday classic, The Nutcracker. After selling out the 2013 inaugural performances at the Broad Stage at SMC Performing Arts Center, the company announced today its 2014 return to the Broad will include additional performances. A total of nine [...]

CCEF Joins the Movement for #Giving Tuesday

CCEF Joins the Movement for #Giving Tuesday

Mark your calendars! Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) has joined the #GivingTuesday movement. Now in its third year, #GivingTuesday brings together the collective power of businesses, non-profits, and individuals to transform the way people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. #GivingTuesday challenges all of us to take action to improve our local communities and [...]

Lighting the Tower Christmas Tree with Parks & Rec- Dec. 5

Lighting the Tower Christmas Tree with Parks & Rec- Dec. 5

Save the date for the Culver City PRCS Department’s annual Holiday Tower Lighting Celebration on Friday, December 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. Join us at this fun and FREE family event as we turn on the lights on the Veterans Memorial Building tower for the holidays. Afterward, refreshments, arts and crafts activities and visits with Santa Claus will be held inside the [...]

Green Trees for the Golden State Seeks to Increase Urban Forests

Green Trees for the Golden State Seeks to Increase Urban Forests

Green Trees for the Golden State is a grant program set forth by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The Green Trees program, along with a series of similar grants, provides funding opportunities to establish and increase the urban forest in California’s most impoverished, polluted communities. Trees serve cities by cooling streets and sidewalks and saving energy, [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

It’ll be a busy Thanksgiving for Grace (Evangelical Lutheran) Church members: volunteers will be bringing desserts and hors d’oeuvres plus volunteering for Meals on Wheels deliveries and Grace Diner duty. Setup starts 9:00 a.m. Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Then at 10:00 a.m. there will be a worship service with their sister church, St. Mary’s of Palms (at Grace, 4427 Overland Avenue). Meals [...]

State Health Committee Hears Successes and Challenges of Covered California

State Health Committee Hears Successes and Challenges of Covered California

On Thursday, October 30th the California State Senate Health Committee held an informational hearing on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The session was led by committee chair State Senator Ed Hernandez and provided the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), Covered California, and various community-based and advocacy organizations a public forum to reflect on the first year of ACA [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

1000-word essays are as perfect a size as an iPad. I first took note of the 1000-word essay in a Vanity Fair magazine writing contest, and I've decided to make all of my articles 1000 words long until further notice. I think my readers will find my work more concise, less Ruth-ishly wordy. Except for a poem once a year or so, I have tended to expend between 1000 and 2000 words to spin my tales, [...]

Antioch University Grad Nominated for Buckminster Fuller Award – Marcia Bradley

Antioch University Grad Nominated for Buckminster Fuller Award – Marcia Bradley

When AULA student, David Mix, says that “relationship based convergence” is what motivates his studies and his work on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, you know he isn’t speaking lightly. In fact, the way that David connects ideas, as well as his pursuit of a more socially responsible life, seems to have guided him for quite some time. This past week, David was one of [...]

AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

AVPA Blurred Vison Theater Offers “The Seagull” for Final Weekend

If you were not at the Black Box Theater on the CCHS Campus last weekend to see "The Seagull" this weekend Anton Chekov will give you another chance. Chekov is a challenging playwright, and this early work is a classic with all the trimmings - A Russian country house by the lake, a family with money issues, a few spouses, a few lovers, and the constant craving to be an artist. The Blurred [...]

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