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Archive for March 20th, 2012

Science Fair – Get Your Idea In Now

Science Fair – Get Your Idea In Now

Who do you think you are—Bill Nye the Science Guy!?! Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations is proud to promote to all students 5th grade thru 8th grade The South Bay Business Environmental Coalition’s 18th Annual Environmental Science Fair. The Science Fair provides students an opportunity to showcase their ideas and solutions to some of the environmental [...]

Malsin Offers Solutions

Malsin Offers Solutions

"When I am elected to City Council, I will use the experience I gained during my five years on the Planning Commission and six years on the City Council to implement substantial policy changes that address the big picture and set us on a path to long-term financial sustainability," says Scott Malsin. "I think Culver City deserves real solutions to real problems. Don't you?" Culver City has [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

How Much for that Rock? Okay-so I don’t get the whole LACMA rock frenzy. I admit it. Okay, it’s not that I don’t get it. Hey this is L.A. and we are home to Hollywood, and we’ve sent all kinds of weird items into the public view-take for example sending the Terminator to be Governor. We’re quirky that way. So what is it about a rock? Last week in my groups, I suggested that the LACMA [...]