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Archive for February 11th, 2011

Through a Lens – Robert Rissman

Through a Lens – Robert Rissman

A view from the zepplin that flies out of Long Beach- It was like floating... surprisingly quiet and peaceful. It was more soothing than being on a boat... as the song goes, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. As I poked my head into the sky through the open window I just couldn't keep from smiling...and taking a few photos-

Voting Info for Culver City – Frances Talbott-White

Voting Info for Culver City – Frances Talbott-White

If you live in Culver City, the ONLY thing on your March 8 ballot is four contests for seats on the LACCD Board of Trustees, all elected at large throughout the massive L.A. Community College District, and your Sample Ballot has no info on the 16 candidates besides their NAMES. Are you wondering why there are no candidate statements in your Sample Ballot? Well, the City of L.A. administers the [...]

Model United Nations Feb. 23rd at Culver-Palms YMCA

Model United Nations Feb. 23rd at Culver-Palms YMCA

Model United Nations (MUN) is a great opportunity for 6th-8th grade students offered by California YMCA Youth and Government where students, or Ambassadors, research and act as a model UN. While engaged at Culver-Palms in our weekly meetings, the Ambassadors are given the opportunity to discuss international issues, discover other cultures, develop life enhancing skills, and make new [...]

Homes with Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

Homes with Heart – Heather Coombs-Perez

You’ve been saving for the perfect house. You’ve run the numbers, been pre-approved and you’re all set to buy. You calculate what percentage down payment you have but realize it’s only 18 percent, not the 20 percent you had originally forecast. So what now? PMI. Private mortgage insurance. Not exactly the words any buyer wants to hear, but often times necessary nonetheless. But [...]