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Archive for March 7th, 2012

Fracking Meeting at Kenneth Hahn – Mar. 8

Fracking Meeting at Kenneth Hahn – Mar. 8

Months after an agreement to increase health and safety protection in the Baldwin Hills Oil Field, the largest contiguous urban oil field in the country, Plains Exploration & Production, the oil company in charge of the field, has begun "fracking"-a controversial practice that aims to access hard-to-reach deposits of oil and natural gas by enhanced drilling techniques that inject a mixture of [...]

Walk ‘n Roll Wednesday Strolls to Success

Walk ‘n Roll Wednesday Strolls to Success

With more than 150 students gathering this Wednesday March 7 to walk, ride and roll to El Marino, Jim Shanman considered it a success. "We had about three times as many kids as we had last time." Shanman is the idea man behind Walk 'n Rollers, an organization getting more kids to burn calories and not gasoline getting to school. Cards were counted, and the class with the most walkers was [...]

Vox Femina – Shakespeare to Shamrocks Mar. 18

Vox Femina – Shakespeare to Shamrocks Mar. 18

Have you ever heard a choir of women fill a room with such beautifully powerful sound that you were transported ? Vox Femina is honored to present a special performance in their home town of Culver City on March 18 at the Culver City Presbyterian Church at 11269 Washington Blvd. The English and Irish are joined in song as we celebrate the Bard of Avon and St. Patrick’s Day. Join Vox for a [...]

Just a Thought – Dear Karlo

Just a Thought – Dear Karlo

Dear Karlo, Don't do it. I see you out there on the ledge, contemplating political suicide. Don't. It's been a rough stretch of road, but I kinda figured that you knew it was going to be difficult.  I realized last Tuesday night that you have never been on the other side of such an angry audience before, and I felt I needed to say something to you. Believe me, I have tremendous [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Why Should I Worry, Why Should I Care ? I don’t like worriers. You know the type. They worry constantly and tell everyone their worry. My mother-in-law is a worrier. She says she can’t help it. My mother was a worrier. We would be driving on the freeway and she would think she saw something happening on the road (often it wasn’t anything particular) and she would make this noise like [...]

Dear Editor- Let’s Not Lose Sight of the Best Interests of the Children

Dear Editor- Let’s Not Lose Sight of the Best Interests of the Children

Dear Editor, David Mielke’s opinion piece reminds us that it is the union’s job to advocate for its members. That’s a good thing and he should continue.   However, it is our job as parents to advocate for our children.  And that’s a good thing too.  Hopefully, the School Board too will keep its focus on what is best for our children throughout this process. So, I would like to [...]