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Archive for April 14th, 2017

YMCA to Open New Session of Diabetes Prevention, Standing on Success

YMCA to Open New Session of Diabetes Prevention, Standing on Success

Did you know that 1 in 3 Americans (86 million) has prediabetes? What's worse is that the majority of these people don't even know that they have prediabetes—are you one of them? Additionally, nearly 29 million Americans have type 2 diabetes. Sadly, the CDC estimates that without making healthy diet and lifestyle changes, 15–30% of people with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes within 5 [...]

Dear Editor – Mayor Clarke on Immigration Policy

Dear Editor – Mayor Clarke on Immigration Policy

Dear Editor - “Culver City is a 'City of Kindness,' and our City Council has affirmed this with the adoption of our Sanctuary City Resolution. Media outlets recently reported about a section in the Police Department manual that addresses immigration enforcement and appears inconsistent with our Council direction. I am pleased that Police Chief Bixby swiftly gave this matter his full [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Viva Cuba -- The final leg of my spring break trip this year was last, but in no way least: Cuba. I am so glad that I decided to do what I called the "Americana" portion first: New York to Florida via the I-95, and then departing for the decidedly non-Americana Cuba from Florida, Fort Lauderdale, to be exact. Cuba moved up a few positions on my bucket list when restrictions to travel there [...]

Wende Museum to Offer Second in Series for ‘Art-Past-Present’

Wende Museum to Offer Second in Series for  ‘Art-Past-Present’

Next Thursday, April 20, 6-8 p.m. is the second installment of the discussion series Art-Past-Present at the Wende Museum, with writer and art journalist Katya Tylevich and filmmaker Bill Ferehawk as guest speakers. The very interactive series addresses the creative links between past and present in times of alternative truths. Named for the Wende (pronounced “venda”), a German word [...]

Culver City Police Department Makes a Statement on Immigration Enforcement

Culver City Police Department Makes a Statement on Immigration Enforcement

The Culver City Police Department has recently fielded numerous questions regarding the Department’s Immigration Policy. As has been consistently stated to the public, the Culver City Police Department has not and does not engage in federal immigration enforcement, as that is the purview of the federal government. In particular, recent media attention has been raised about Policy 415, [...]