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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Archive for March 21st, 2012

Rotary Honors Jerry Chabola and Santa Maria BBQ as Local Heroes

Rotary Honors Jerry Chabola and Santa Maria BBQ as Local Heroes

"Where did all this white hair come from anyway ?" Janet Chabola laughingly wondered after a presentation of memories and accolades that answered her question.  On March 15 at the Culver City Senior Center, there were more than a few local heroes seated at the tables for the "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" event hosted by the Culver City Rotary Club. Both Jerry Chabola, the Athletic Director of [...]

KCET’s SoCal Connected – The “F” Word

KCET’s SoCal Connected – The “F” Word

 KCET's local news show SoCal Connected correspondent Jennifer London reports on the controversial oil and gas drilling technique that has L.A. county residents worried. To see a brief clip, click here - As the fourth largest producer of oil and gas in the nation, California companies, like Plains Exploration Production are [...]

Los Angeles Womens Theater Festival – Career Time

Los Angeles Womens Theater Festival – Career Time

The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival will partner with Actor's Equity Association (AEA) for a panel discussion, "Crafting A Career: A Woman's Way" on Wednesday, March 21 at West Los Angeles College located a t 9000 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230. AEA is the national labor union that represents 49,000 professional stage actors and stage managers. Moderated by Joyce Guy, working [...]

Dear Editor – Interesting Times

Dear Editor – Interesting Times

Whether we like it or not, we are living in “interesting times.” The economy is limping toward a recovery, but cities are still feeling a serious financial crunch. On a state and national level, politicians seem intent on being as divisive as possible and presenting choices in stark black and white. We are fortunate in Culver City. Yes, we are facing tough budget choices and difficult fiscal [...]