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LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Is it possible that it’s time to think about the 4th of July already? Well, the Culver City Exchange Club is already planning the 2017 4th of July Fireworks Show: Chairmen Xavier Nuques and John Cohn have started working with WLA College to improve the site for the 2016 Show, especially the sites for the food trucks and fireworks. Zambelli Fireworks, the oldest in the country, will be the [...]

Bus Rider Alert – Changes to Lines 3 &  4

Bus Rider Alert – Changes to Lines 3 & 4

Today is the day - Feb. 8 will see changes Whether you ride every day or occasionally, are a student, tourist or commuter, Culver CityBus can take you where you want to go! For information or assistance call customer service at (310) 253-6500 and a representative will be happy to assist you. New schedules are available on all buses.

LWV – Raising and Spending Money to Get Elected; An Insider’s View

LWV – Raising and Spending Money to Get Elected; An Insider’s View

The Los Angeles League of Women Voters has a topic that is probably much on your mind lately - money and politics. Joe Guardarrama knows about campaign finance from two perspectives. As an attorney specializing in political law, he advises candidates, officeholders, political action committees, independent expenditure committees, and major donors on all legal aspects of their involvement in the [...]

Tellefson Park Neighborhood Will Host City Council Candidate Q & A  – Feb. 9

Tellefson Park Neighborhood Will Host City Council Candidate Q & A – Feb. 9

Meet the candidates for Culver City City Council on Feb 9 at the Vintage Faith Foursquare Church,  3979 Tilden Ave. (next to Tellefson Park) at & pm.  Join friends and neighbors for a Q&A open discussion with the candidates and find out what issues are facing Culver City. It's time to learn more about the people that want to represent you. Goran Eriksson, Jay Garacochea, Daniel [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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