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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Special Features - T. S. Owen

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Opinions

Dear Editor – Support for Burke & McVarish

Dear Editor – Support for Burke & McVarish

Dear Editor, Anne Burke and Scott McVarish will make excellent additions to the School Board. Our current board is hip deep handling the allocation of school bond funds, Anne and Scott are ready to jump in and join them. Through their involvement with the facilities assessments, bond workshops, and attendance at School Board meetings, Anne and Scott have really done their homework and understand [...]

Dear Editor – PTSA Seeks Art Lover

Dear Editor – PTSA Seeks Art Lover

Hi, Michael Engel here, incoming PTSA president. We're looking for someone to coordinate this year’s Reflections program here at the high school. This year’s theme is Let Your Imagination Fly! It’s such a great program and we have so many talented artists at CCHS. This is a fantastic opportunity to let those talents FLY!  Who out there in our community that will help facilitate that? [...]

Dear Editor – Makerspace Launch a Success

Dear Editor – Makerspace Launch a Success

The USVAA Ft. MacArthur Makerspace Launch and Fundraiser was a huge success and we couldn't have done it without the extraordinary support of our friends and colleagues at Angels Gate Cultural Center along with your individual support and donations. We admit -- even with an incredible venue and a view of the San Pedro Harbor to our front -- it did get a little chilly starting out Saturday [...]

Dear Editor – Senior Center Signage

Dear Editor – Senior Center Signage

My first visit to the Culver City Senior Center was a pleasant surprise. It offers a wealth of information activities and information. At the time when I paid the class fee there was no mention of a need for a permit. I assumed my handicapped placard issued by the DMV was ‘the permit’ mentioned on signs in the parking area. But after the session, I discovered that my car had been [...]

Dear Editor – Thanks to Officer Fleeger

Dear Editor – Thanks to Officer Fleeger

I am writing this note to thank Officer Corolla Fleeger for her amazing work. With her incredible dedication and initiative, this week she reunited an elderly, injured dog with its family. She is Culver City’s Animal Service Officer, and I wanted to share this story and also to let our Culver City residents know that we have this wonderful resource. Yesterday morning, my son Sam spotted a [...]

Dear Editor – Mansionization

Dear Editor – Mansionization

Hello, I am a Culver City resident and one of the many residents concerned with the burgeoning number of over-sized home's being constructed in some of our neighborhoods. We believe there is a serious need for the City to re-examine our outdated residential zoning codes. Our current codes do not properly address these homes, which are negatively impacting the character of our community, as [...]

Dear Editor – Culver City Bike Count

Dear Editor – Culver City Bike Count

Hello Culver City Crossroads, My name is Patrick Murray and I volunteer with the Culver City Bike Coalition. We are conducting the bike and pedestrian count for the City of Culver City. We need volunteers to help with data collection. We hope you can help us get the word out. The Culver City Bicycle Coalition is looking for volunteers to help with the City of Culver City's Bike & [...]

Dear Editor – ‘Seymour’ Film Gets Rave from CCSO

Dear Editor – ‘Seymour’ Film Gets Rave from CCSO

Dear Editor, Last night I watched the movie "Seymour: An Introduction." There are few movies on Classical Music which are true to the art, and its craft. This is one. Seymour Bernstein is a pianist who in the midst of successful and highly critically acclaimed performing career retired in his fifties, and then sought a life of solitude in his one-room Manhattan apartment to study music, [...]

Dear Editor – It’s Diabetes Day

Dear Editor – It’s Diabetes Day

The American Diabetes Association’s Alert Day is Tuesday, March 24 and all over the country people will be encouraged to take a one minute Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for Type 2 Diabetes. The test is on line at www.diabetes.org/alert I urge everyone to take it to see what your numbers are. I have had Type 2 diabetes for 5 years. During that time, my life style has [...]

Dear Editor – No Billboards

Dear Editor – No Billboards

Dear Editor, This Thursday, March 19 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Veterans’ Memorial Building’s Multi-Purpose Room, the City Council will hear from the company, PlaceWorks regarding the proposed “Entertainment District” around the Fox Hills Mall. A previous proposal from this group included green space, walking corridors and billboards. While I am not opposed to re-developing [...]

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