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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

For the first time an international team of astronomers has measured circular polarization in the bright flash of light from a dying star collapsing to a black hole, giving insight into an event that happened almost 11 billion years ago. Dr. Peter Curran from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) was part of the team that observed gamma-ray [...]

Two More Attempts at Child Abduction

Two More Attempts at Child Abduction

Last night the CCPD received a phone call from an unknown female Culver City High School student. She reported that, as she was walking home from CCHS on Sepulveda Blvd., when a male Hispanic pulled his vehicle to the curb near her and then exited. Startled, the female ran away. She described the vehicle as a green SUV, but refused to give any of her identifying information. Later, a sixteen [...]

Race Relay @ MCLM – May 2

Race Relay @ MCLM – May 2

On Friday, May 2nd at 7 PM, Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum and the Common Peace for the Advancement of Nonviolence will host a performance of RACE RELAY, a theatrical production using drama, music, and video to discuss the current state of race relations in America. This free event will demonstrate the potential of multi-media theater as a tool for positive group sharing.  [...]

CCPD Saves Hot Dogs in Stolen Car

CCPD Saves Hot Dogs in Stolen Car

On April 27, 2014 at approximately 5:45p.m., Officers responded to a radio call at Washington Blvd. and Glencoe Ave. in regards to a stolen vehicle investigation. The victim stated that she parked her vehicle in the 13300 Block of Washington Blvd. at approximately 4:30p.m. At approximately 5:30p.m., she returned and reported that her vehicle was gone. The victim had three dogs in the vehicle: a [...]

Council PTA Gives Honorary Service Awards With a Touch of Disney Drollery

Council PTA Gives Honorary Service Awards With a Touch of Disney Drollery

As the members of the Culver City Council PTA filled the stage at the Senior Center on Sunday April 27, the colorful costumes began to look familiar. The folk dresses of Mexico and Japan, the collection of mouse ears on hats - as soon as the music began, it was clear that the audience was in for a ride. "It's a Small Town After All, It's A Small Town After All...If you drink too much booze, [...]

Bromeliad Society  – Annual Show & Sale

Bromeliad Society – Annual Show & Sale

The La Ballona Valley Bromeliad Society presents its Annual Show and Sale this weekend, May 2nd and 3rd. Come and see many gorgeous plants, and buy some of your own -- perfect for Mother's Day gifts! The La Ballona Valley Bromeliad Society (LBVBS for short) is a group of bromeliad enthusiasts and plant lovers from Los Angeles and the rest of Southern California. One of the oldest bromeliad [...]

Yo, Jethro!  Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, I am a tortoise with Tourette’s. This only seems to be a problem when I am trying to communicate with my fellow torti. Sometimes it takes a while for the hissing and squeaking to come out, and my shell shakes every time I do this. Are there any support services for tortoises with Tourette's that you know of, in Eastern Chad? If not I am happy to Skype with my [...]

Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

Meghan Sahli – Wells Looks Forward to Mayoral Term

"Of course, it's more than a bit ironic, since I got into politics because I was unhappy with how a particular development was being handled. Now I'm going to be mayor while we get these big development deals up and running; the market hall, Parcel B...the city is going to be changed by all this." While it isn't journalistically proper, every once in a great while it's okay to visit the land [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

It' not too late to attend the Culver City Education Foundation’s 16th Annual Tribute to the Stars, this Saturday May 3, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Sony Pictures Studios Main Street (Madison Avenue Entrance, 10202 W. Washington Blvd.). Complimentary parking will be available at Sony Pictures Plaza Building, East side of Madison Avenue – and please note that a photo ID will be [...]

CC Foodie – LYFE is Culver City’s First Zero Waste Restaurant

CC Foodie – LYFE is Culver City’s First Zero Waste Restaurant

Culver City’s downtown area has been booming and growing in the past years. It is the new go to place in town for modern and convivial dining. Residents and visitors alike have enjoyed world-class cuisines from different restaurants all within walking distance from one another. One restaurant stands out for thinking green and has taken the initiative to become a Zero Waste Sustainable [...]

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