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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Archive for February 1st, 2011

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Gung Hay Fat Choi!   Happy New Year! Thursday, February 3, 2011, marks the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit, 4708. Chinese New Year is a major holiday, in China, Taiwan, and other countries with significant Han Chinese populations. Throughout North America, festive Chinese New Years parades have become the norm in many communities. Chinese New Year and Asian New Year are not [...]

AMVETS Post Seeks Volunteers to Help on Super Bowl Sunday

AMVETS Post Seeks Volunteers to Help on Super Bowl Sunday

As most of you know, next Sunday is "Super Bowl Sunday." What you may not know is that every year the membership of Historic AMVETS Post II volunteers to bring hospitalized military veterans to the Post on SBS to enjoy the big game, eat a lot of great food, socialize and generally spend a few hours relaxing outside of the drab confines of the West Los Angeles VA Hospital. If you would like to [...]

Ballona Creek Renaissance Elects New Officers

Ballona Creek Renaissance Elects New Officers

At its December and January board meetings, Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR), a Culver City-based nonprofit organization, elected officers and continuing and new Board and Advisory Council Members. Jim Lamm and Gerald Sallus were re-elected as President and Vice President, respectively. Richard S. Hibbs, CPA and a past Chair of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce is BCR’s new Treasurer, and [...]

Help Group Lecture Series To Feature Rudy Simone

Help Group Lecture Series To Feature Rudy Simone

The Help Group is pleased to announce that Rudy Simone, Asperger’s Syndrome author & consultant, novelist and screenwriter will be the first speaker in its 2011 Distinguished Lecturer Series. Her presentation, Young Adults with Asperger’s or High-Functioning Autism: Must-Have Advice for Transitioning Successfully to Work and Adult Life, will take place on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. [...]

Dear Editor- Wait Until It’s Safe

Dear Editor- Wait Until It’s Safe

Dear Editor- A child was hit by a car in front of my daughter’s old elementary school today. Blessedly, he “only” has a broken leg. I say it like that because I’m sure it was a thoroughly traumatic experience all around, regardless of the non-severity. This was not the first time there has been such an accident on that street. Imagine the horror of the mother as she saw what was [...]