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Archive for April 7th, 2017

Just a Thought – That’s Why We Call Them Rules

Just a Thought – That’s Why We Call Them Rules

In their continuing disregard for civilization, the Republicans in the United States Senate voted to change the rules. Just so they could get this one particular person that stamp of approval to give them a position. It makes me so angry, I'm just about physically ill. It's not ok to change the rules in the middle of the game. I'm not just calling out the Republicans for their use of this [...]

Washington Boulevard Development Begins to Clear Space

Washington Boulevard Development Begins to Clear Space

According to UrbanizeLA.com, demolition is now beginning on a vacant stretch of commercial buildings at 11924-11960 W. Washington Boulevard, the first visible signs of progress on a new mixed-use development in Culver City. The project, which sits directly on the Los Angeles-Culver City border, would consist of a five-story building featuring 97 studio and one-bedroom apartments above 15,000 [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Brother Cities -- I've always been interested in the concept of a "Sister City." Growing up in Los Angeles and then living in Japan through my twenties, I used to ponder on how or why Nagoya was LA's sister city. Urban sprawl, I thought? The fact that New York would have Tokyo as its partner is obvious, San Francisco and Osaka is a little more of a stretch. Actually, the whole process seems a [...]

CTG Launches ‘GO! To the Woods’ App for Family Day

CTG Launches ‘GO! To the Woods’ App for Family Day

To celebrate the arrival of the acclaimed Fiasco Theater production of “Into the Woods” at the Ahmanson Theatre, Center Theatre Group has launched the “GO! To The Woods” mobile app and will hold a special “Family Day” event on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The “GO! To The Woods” mobile app gives patrons the opportunity to explore Grand Park and The Music Center Plaza using their smart [...]

Word Painting with Poetry – April 8

Word Painting with Poetry – April 8

Culver City Centennial Poetry Readings and Contest presents “Poetry and Pasta” at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library this Saturday, April 8 from  12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Celebrating Culver City with 'word painting,' this is an afternoon for you to bring your poetry to share. Co-sponsored by the Culver City Friends of the Library at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library 4975 Overland Ave. [...]