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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Archived Posts

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Last week’s meeting of the Culver City Rotary Club took place at the Culver-Palms Family YMCA, and for a very good reason: The club presented two checks to the Y – the first, for $2,000, was for the Y’s Annual Community Support Campaign. The second, for $1,000, was for a scholarship in memory of long-time Rotarian and Y founder, Harrison F. “Red” Betts. The meeting opened with the [...]

Meeting for Kronenthal Park Neighbors June 2

Meeting for Kronenthal Park Neighbors June 2

At the Regular Meeting of the City Council held on Monday, May 11, 2015, the City Council received public comment from Syd Kronenthal Park neighborhood residents voicing concern about the recently installed playground equipment. Based upon the input from the neighborhood, the City Council directed the City Manager to arrange for a Special Meeting of the City Council, the Parks, Recreation, and [...]

Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up @ KDT

Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up @ KDT

A work-in-progress presentation of Lucy Alibar’s “Throw Me On the Burnpile and Light Me Up” begins a limited engagement at the Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre next Thursday, May 21, as part of CTG’s DouglasPlus programming. It will continue through May 31 with only 11 public performances. Written and performed by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Alibar (“Beasts of the Southern [...]

Walk With a Doc – May 16

Walk With a Doc – May 16

What's a fun way to take care of your health ? Join Walk with a Doc on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 8:45 AM in Veteran's Park, 4117 Overland Ave, Culver City. Brandon Webb, Culver-Palms Family YMCA Healthy Lifestyle Counselor, will lead us in a brief warm up. Then Dr. Sarah Carpenter will teach 'Heart Health." Followed by a one hour walk at your own pace. more info is available at [...]

CCMS Girls Softball Takes the Championship

CCMS Girls Softball Takes the Championship

On May 7, the Culver City Middle School Girls' Softball Team's season came to an end with a win in the Championship Game! The Panthers finished with a perfect 10-0 season and capped it with the Delphic League Championship. The first Delphic League Championship ever for Culver City Middle School. Led by 8th grade pitcher, Marisa Mejia, the Panthers defeated Harvard Westlake 14 to 2. Mejia, [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Both sides of my mother's family came from places a one-day droshky ride from Warsaw. They were simple, Anatevka-like people: not merchants in important townships, not learned rabbis, not arts and music aficionados, nor did they distinguish themselves academically in any way. They somehow made their way to America, uprooting the entire family, before the turn of the century, when you could still [...]

Art Partners Benefit Education – CCUSD in Top Category in LA County  Schools

Art Partners Benefit Education – CCUSD in Top Category in LA County Schools

A large body of research shows that high quality arts education is associated with a wide range of benefits including improved academic performance, better standardized test scores, increased involvement in community service and lower dropout rates. A recent report from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission looked at the arts in Los Angeles County public schools. Among its findings was the [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA laboratory experiments suggest the dark material coating some geological features of Jupiter's moon Europa is likely sea salt from a subsurface ocean, discolored by exposure to radiation. The presence of sea salt on Europa's surface suggests the ocean is interacting with its rocky seafloor—an important consideration in determining whether the icy moon could support life. “We have many [...]

AVPA Spring Music Concerts – May 22 & 29

AVPA Spring Music Concerts – May 22 & 29

AVPA will present two spring music concerts this spring, giving all the ensembles a chance to perform a variety of music that has been rehearsed throughout the spring semester. Friday, May 22 – AVPA Showcase – features our smaller ensembles. The Jazz Combo, Sax Ensemble, and some of our chamber music ensembles will be on the program. The Jazz Combo has been making the rounds throughout the [...]

Buckle Up – CCPD “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Starts May 18

Buckle Up – CCPD “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Starts May 18

Once again, The Culver City Police Department is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket. As part of the national seat belt enforcement campaign, law enforcement agencies around the country will be stepping up enforcement May 18-31, including one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. “Every day, unbuckled motorists are losing their lives in motor vehicle crashes,” said Chief Scott [...]

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