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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

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Get Smart - Jamie Wallace

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Eriksson

Dear Editor – Enthusiasm for Eriksson

I am supporting Göran Eriksson for City Council. While I appreciate his positions on issues that are important to Culver City, such as environmental issues, business attraction and retention, public safety and all the other aspects that make Culver City such a great city to live in, I am supporting him for more basic, personal reasons. I admire his diligence, his work ethic, his intelligence and [...]

Quiet Skies Meeting Offers Frustrated Residents A Flight Path to Activism

Quiet Skies Meeting Offers Frustrated Residents A Flight Path to Activism

It was standing room only at the Sunday March 20 meeting of Culver City for Quiet Skies, with almost a hundred people attending to connect with the grassroots organization focused on the jet noise that has been persistently increasing over Culver City. The organizers asked those who were personally experiencing increased jet noise to raise their hands, and most of the room responded. Mark [...]

Dear Editor – Tiggs Fan Waxes Poetic

Dear Editor – Tiggs Fan Waxes Poetic

Dear Editor: I first met Marcus Tiggs at the Forum in Tellefson Park giving all the candidates for City Council a chance to air their views. I was impressed by his intelligence, his record of service to Culver City, his outstanding military record and his balanced viewpoint. I believe that Marcus Tiggs should be one of our new City Council members. Here are more reasons why: His financial [...]

Centennial Celebration Countdown; Seven Months to Go – T.S. Owen

Centennial Celebration Countdown; Seven Months to Go – T.S. Owen

Culver Citizens will celebrate the city’s 100th birthday with a parade, poetry, parties, a gala and a full year of events celebrating the city’s colorful history from Screenland to Silicon Beach. The celebration starts this spring with art contests at Culver City’s 24 public and private schools, where students will design banners that will drape the city come September. The Centennial [...]

Healthy Family Run – April 3

Healthy Family Run – April 3

The City of Culver City and the Culver/Palms Y invite you to join us in our 2nd Annual Culver City Healthy Family 5K Run/Walk at West Los Angeles College on Sunday, April 3rd. Celebrate a lifestyle of activity and good health in support of community programs that help our youth develop skills, grow strong and build confidence. We are pumped to get you and your family, friends, co-workers and [...]

Dear Editor – Small Gets Large Support for Council

Dear Editor – Small Gets Large Support for Council

As a Culver City resident long active in the environmental, cultural and other arenas, I enthusiastically endorse Thomas Aujero Small for City Council. To focus on the environment, I am particularly impressed with his strong experience, skills, interests and endorsements. Ironically Culver City's success in becoming an increasingly diverse, creative, and attractive community has brought with [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

If you’ve been watching The Platform (National & Washington at the Expo Line station) develop, get ready to visit it in person. It’s making the news via a recent Los Angeles Times feature “…as a shopping, eating, office and residential destination featuring things that can’t be found elsewhere in the area such as unique brands, unusual retail concepts or restaurants new to the L.A. [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Speaking to me in my capacity as Programs Specialist for Culver City Adult School, a friend, colleague and fellow writer recently suggested to me that I might need to reconsider the "night school" image that a place like Culver City Adult School might portray. I was in shock for a moment; a person my age remembers the concept of "night school." When you drive down Venice Boulevard, you can still [...]

Just a Thought – Now Begins Our Tale

Just a Thought – Now Begins Our Tale

I was settling into my seat on the flight back from Sacramento, and noticed that the man sitting next to me was reading Shakespeare's As You Like It. "There's a great production of 'The Tempest' at the Odyssey if you have time while you are in town," I offered, thinking I'd discovered a kindred Bard-lover.  His response was more than amusing. "I'm not a huge Shakespeare fan. I'm just trying to [...]

Lin Howe Wins Greener World Grant from Sony

Lin Howe Wins Greener World Grant from Sony

Linwood Howe is proud to be the recipient of a Sony Pictures Greener World Grant. Sony Pictures developed the Greener World Grant to give its employees worldwide the opportunity to submit an application for a grant to be used to fund a sustainable project. The grant offers the studio’s employees the ability to give to causes they care about and to play an active part in improving the [...]

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