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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Special Features - T. S. Owen

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El Rincon’s Kindness Tree Needs Community for Fruits and Branches

El Rincon’s Kindness Tree Needs Community for Fruits and Branches

This year, for the second time, the school will participate in Random Acts of Kindness Week with school-wide activities to celebrate the week. All students will be encouraged to conduct Random Acts of Kindness at home, in the community and at school. Additionally, the students will be creating Valenkind Cards, which will be delivered to senior citizens in the community (including residents at [...]

BCR Calls for Volunteers to Clean Up Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

BCR Calls for Volunteers to Clean Up Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

Ready to make the world a better place? From 9 to noon this Saturday, January 24, Ballona Creek Renaissance volunteers will be participating in a Los Angeles Audubon-led restoration activity in Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook State Park, 6300 Hetzler Road, Culver City, CA 90232. Open to middle school, high school, and adult volunteers. Enter Hetzler Road from Jefferson Boulevard in east Culver [...]

Dear Editor – Schools and Safety

Dear Editor – Schools and Safety

Dear CCUSD Community, I am writing with an important message regarding the recently filed lawsuit against CCUSD that has been noted throughout various media outlets. Let me open my comments with this heartfelt declaration -student safety is our top priority. Any action that could physically or emotionally harm a student is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in CCUSD. As you know, the [...]

Community Advisory Panel on Inglewood Oil Field to Meet

Community Advisory Panel on Inglewood Oil Field to Meet

The next Community Advisory Panel Meeting (CAP) for the Inglewood Oil Field is this Thursday, January 22nd from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area Community Center. The meeting will include a presentation by the Natural Resource Defense Council on one of the organization’s recent reports, “Drilling in California: Who’s at Risk”. The report identifies the number and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

A strange phenomenon has been observed by astronomers right as it was happening—a “fast radio burst.” The eruption is described as an extremely short, sharp flash of radio waves from an unknown source in the universe. Over the past few years, astronomers have occasionally observed this new phenomenon—a brief burst of radio waves lasting only a few milliseconds. It was first found by [...]

Just a Thought – Talking About Rape

Just a Thought – Talking About Rape

After the story of the 2013 rape on the high school campus came out yesterday, it’s been everywhere. While this is bad news, this is good news. Rape has been all over the news for much of last year – Woody Allen accused of raping his stepdaughter Dylan Farrow, the charges against Bill Cosby regarding decades of drugging women and then raping them, even the Rolling Stone’s story of campus [...]

VP Biden to Visit WLA College This Friday,  Jan. 23

VP Biden to Visit WLA College This Friday, Jan. 23

Vice President Joe Biden will visit Los Angeles Friday to promote President Barack Obama's proposal to make two years of community college free. According to the White House, Biden will speak at West Los Angeles College "to discuss the importance of helping Americans go to college and get the skills they need to succeed." Obama originally unveiled his "America's College Promise" proposal [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! I just got the ax. I've been at this company for 23 years. I've been working toward the pension which kicks in for Officers after 25 years of employment. For every raise or title promotion they've made me re-apply for my own job. I've been stuck at VP of Swamp Management for five years. When I petition for an Officer title, they ask me to bring in a wildebeest from a competing [...]

Expo Construction @ Robertson & Venice Jan. 23 Through Feb. 2

Expo Construction @ Robertson & Venice Jan. 23 Through Feb. 2

There will be continuous weekend closure of Northbound Robertson Blvd., North of Venice Blvd. and the Eastbound I-10 Freeway Robertson Blvd Off-Ramp. There will also be lane reduction of WB Venice Boulevard Between Vera Street and Robertson Boulevard, as well as Lane Reduction of EB Venice Boulevard Between Culver Boulevard and Ellis Avenue. The schedule calls for 24-Hour Work Shifts from 9:00 [...]

Lin Howe Sailing to Success – LeShon Rayford

Lin Howe Sailing to Success – LeShon Rayford

Sailing requires the courage to Explore, Dream and Discover. The students of Linwood E. Howe Elementary School are doing just that! As the strong winds propel their ship to move forward, the Vikings are adjusting their sails, leaving the harbor and navigating toward a new destination … The Linwood E. Howe Sailing to Success College and Career Program. “The program is designed to expose and [...]

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