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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Opinions

Dear Editor- ACE Calls for Clarification

Dear Editor- ACE Calls for Clarification

The union representing the support staff of Culver City Unified School District is calling for the website parentshaverights.org, as well as parent Yahoo groups, to refrain from posting erroneous or misleading information that is fanning the flames surrounding the issue of the El Marino adjuncts. The Association of Classified Employees-Culver City fully supports parent involvement and [...]

Dear Editor – Volunteers, Employees, Parents …and Jobs

Dear Editor – Volunteers, Employees, Parents …and Jobs

We are about to lose one of the best parts of our children’s education: the ALLEM adjuncts-- those hard workers who help your children in the classroom learn Spanish or Japanese. Parents at other schools could also be at risk of losing similar enhancements to their children’s education. Worse, parents’ ability to “volunteer” may be reduced or eliminated. ORIGIN OF THE [...]

Dear Editor- Please Let Us Know…

Dear Editor- Please Let Us Know…

Dear Editor, The Culver City Green Space Plan aims to increase the value of Culver City Parks to a broader segment of the local community through passive recreation or wellness activities, while creating an urban environment that enhances personal and environmental health. Please find attached an overview of this exciting project and participate in an online survey [...]

Live Music is Not a Luxury

Live Music is Not a Luxury

Dear Editor, We are asking  for your support. Why? Because it costs a lot to put out an orchestra for concerts of live music. Why do we do this when the work is so demanding? Because we believe in music for the moment when performed live. We want to share the music. From the days of our far distant ancestors sitting around a fire, singing and playing music, the communal aspect of [...]

Local Novelist Francesca Lia Block on the Occupy Movement

Local Novelist Francesca Lia Block on the Occupy Movement

When I was in college at UC Berkeley I slept out on the steps of Sproul Hall in protest of Apartheid and as part of the disinvestment campaign. There was something about the simple act of changing my routine to meditate in the dark on injustice with like-minded people that made me feel a part of something. While I can no longer easily participate in political protest of social injustice due to [...]

Dear Editor – Chardiet Gets Cooper Vote

Dear Editor – Chardiet Gets Cooper Vote

Dear Editor, When I endorse a candidate for office, I go through a process of speaking to those who also support that person, those who do not, then I sit down and meet with them one on one. After going through this process and meeting with Laura Chardiet, it became very apparent why I support her as one of my two picks for the Board of Education, alongside Scott Zeidman. She not only has the [...]

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