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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Feng Shui from A to Z - Janet Mitsui Brown

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Special Features Writer - Sandra Coopersmith

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Gets Applause from Community

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Gets Applause from Community

"I'm talking about a very dear friend of mine," retired high school teacher and current school board vice president Nancy Goldberg began as she addressed the afternoon crowd in front of the school complex, "and if I start to cry, well, you will just have to accept it." Goldberg was not alone in her effusive thanks. As the wind blew across the lawn in front of the Culver City Middle School on [...]

Culver City Lacrosse – Camp is Now Enrolling

Culver City Lacrosse – Camp is Now Enrolling

Culver City Lacrosse Club is now accepting registrations for both clinics and summer camps. Clinics and camps are open to both new and experienced players. This year we had over 90 Culver City Unified School District students participate in our fall, winter, and spring lacrosse activities. This summer Culver City Lacrosse Club is offering both clinics and camps to continue to spread the game of [...]

AVPA Students Marble and Cerutti Win Scholarship Awards

AVPA Students Marble and Cerutti Win Scholarship Awards

AVPA artist Addy Marble, a ninth-grader at Culver City High School recently earned "Honorable Mention" recognition and an Apple iPad for her artwork in this year's West Basin Municipal Water District's, Water Is Life Art Contest. Addy (pictured on left) is one of just four high school students recognized from among 19 cities in West Basin's service area and was selected from among more than [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

At a press conference April 22 at the Seattle Museum of Flight, three prominent astronauts supporting the B612 Foundation presented a visualization of new data showing the surprising frequency at which the Earth is hit by asteroids. The astronauts were guests of the Seattle Museum for a special series of public events on Earth Day 2014. Dr. Ed Lu, former US shuttle and Soyuz astronaut and [...]

Dear Editor – Leash Laws

Dear Editor – Leash Laws

My name is Mary Fujitomo and I have been a resident of Culver City for over forty years. Would it be possible to remind the citizens of Culver City as well as those visitors to our fair city that we have dog leash laws? If the dog or puppy is outside it needs to be on a leash. Respectfully yours, Mary Fujitomo

BCR Creek Clean-Up Nets 700 Plus Pounds of Trash

BCR Creek Clean-Up Nets 700 Plus Pounds of Trash

Ballona Creek Renaissance joined with Culver City Boy Scout Troop 50 to organize one of their very popular creek cleanups on Saturday, April 19th. The location was the creek bikepath entrance at Centinela Avenue, where the upstream concrete channel bottom becomes natural silt, plants of many kinds sprout at the edges of the creek, birds and fish are found in the stream, and it looks more like a [...]

Police Seek Info on Suspect

Police Seek Info on Suspect

On April 22, 2014 at about 2:50p.m., a female juvenile Culver City Middle School student was walking in the area of Farragut Dr. east of Overland Ave. A green Ford Taurus pulled up to her, and the driver asked the girl for her name. He then leaned over, opened the passenger side door, and told her to get into the vehicle. Fearing for her safety, the girl ran west towards Overland Ave., and [...]

Last Day to Bid for Artworks!

Last Day to Bid for Artworks!

Today is the day to get to the Artworks! Online Auction – Great Stuff for a Great Cause- It’s time to make a bid! Farragut Elementary’s fabulous Artworks! Online Auction is open for business until this Wednesday, April 23th at 10pm. With hundreds of great items available you’re bound to find a thing or three that catches your eye! Visit FarragutFanClub.org and click on the [...]

AVPA Dances “Shades of Grace” This Weekend Only

AVPA Dances “Shades of Grace” This Weekend Only

"Shades of Grace” investigates the many examples of grace we find in our world today. While one might consider grace represented by a dancer’s flowing elegance, the beauty of nature, or the polish of a debutante, Culver City High School’s DZDP Dance Company considers so much more. Student and faculty choreographers creatively reflect on the grace held captive in a world of secrets, and [...]

The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

The Best of Everything – Jonathan Weiss

For those who enjoy going back to a simpler time before the digital revolution changed our lives, look no further than the Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale, taking place right in our backyard for three days starting on April 25th. Put on by Dolphin Promotions, whose antiques and modernism shows are among the leading venues for antiques and 20th century decorative and fine arts in North [...]

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