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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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All3Media Embezzler Sentenced

All3Media Embezzler Sentenced

Nolan Mitchell Ransdell, 41, of Canyon Country was sentenced by U.S. District Judge George Wu, who ordered Ransdell to pay about $2.5 million in restitution. Ransdell previously pleaded guilty to bank fraud and admitted that he stole money from his employer, Studio Lambert USA, which is now known as All3Media America. Ransdell embezzled the money in several ways, including forging an [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

The second Monday of the month is here already? Yep, this Monday evening, November 10, the Culver City Rock & Mineral Club will feature “Moroccan Mineral and Fossil Collecting” at its 7:30 p.m. General Meeting and program. Aaron Miller will share his adventures, show videos of his trips to the quarries and other local mines, and talk about the unique minerals and fossils that come from [...]

Treemap for Culver City Trees – Click Here to Add Yours

Treemap for Culver City Trees – Click Here to Add Yours

TreePeople is excited to introduce TreeMapLA, an ambitious collaboration of nonprofits, local governments, businesses and YOU—to map every tree in Culver City. By entering every tree's location, species and current size, and updating its needs, we create a powerful tool to learn about our urban forest and its value, including specific environmental and economic benefits. This information [...]

Walk With a Doc – Nov. 15

Walk With a Doc – Nov. 15

Walk with a Doc takes off again on the morning of November 15, 2014 at 9:00 at Veterans’ Park with a warm-up at 8:40 lead by Culver Palms Healthy Lifestyles Counselor Brandon Webb. Jeff Penso, M.D. will update the walkers on the epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes, a disease that affects one out of twelve Americans. As Americans grow in age, and weight, Type 2 Diabetes becomes a potential or real [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Exactly one month from today, I'll be fifty-six, having outlived the age my mother died by one year.  I started writing, or shall I say I started living, in anticipation of that fateful age of fifty-five in the spring of 2013.  On and off these "pages," above and beyond my words, I've made so many fundamental changes in my life that I can truly say, and feel, I've been reborn. Interestingly [...]

County Debuts New Site for Access – trails.lacounty.gov

County Debuts New Site for Access – trails.lacounty.gov

Recognizing the growing popularity of outdoor recreation enjoyed on paths through parks and natural areas, the Department of Parks and Recreation has unveiled a new website dedicated exclusively to information about trails throughout Los Angeles County. “Los Angeles County is home to one of the world’s most diverse and expansive multi-use trail systems, and a growing number of people of [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

The site where Rosetta’s Philae lander is scheduled to touch down on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko November 12 now has a name: Agilkia. The landing site, previously known as “Site J,” is named for Agilkia Island on the Nile River in the south of Egypt. A complex of Ancient Egyptian buildings, including the famous Temple of Isis, was moved to Agilkia from the island of Philae when the [...]

BRC to Sponsor ‘Ecology of LA River’ Conference

BRC to Sponsor ‘Ecology of LA River’ Conference

On Friday, November 7, 9 am-4:30pm, Ballona Creek Renaissance will co-sponsoer the Ecology of the LA River Conference  at CSU Northridge, with registration and breakfast, 8:30-9:00am. BCR is proud to be an Endorsing Organization for what should be an informative conference with many of the same stakeholders, issues and opportunities as we have in the Ballona Creek Watershed. In fact, as late as [...]

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

One Song, Many Dances – Nov. 7 & 8

Donna Sternberg and Dancers presents One Song, Many Dances on November 7 and 8 at 8:30 pm. One piece of music by renowned world music composer Yuval Ron is interpreted by five dance companies from different cultural backgrounds. This grand experiment investigates how an audience’s perception of music is affected by seeing it through the lens of dances from different cultures. Performing on the [...]

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, My wife and I were having an argument and we both said “potato canon” at the same time. She said “Jinx” first and now I can’t talk until someone says my name. Meanwhile, my father in law is spewing his political rants all over my kitchen and I can’t tell him he is has a rutabaga for a brain. He thinks the grocery store tabloids claiming Michael Jackson and George [...]

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