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Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

We value gold for many reasons: its beauty, its usefulness as jewelry, and its rarity. Gold is rare on Earth in part because it’s also rare in the universe. Unlike elements like carbon or iron, it cannot be created within a star. Instead, it must be born in a more cataclysmic event—like one that occurred last month known as a short gamma-ray burst (GRB). Observations of this GRB provide [...]

All American 3rd Wednesday Downtown CC Tonight

All American 3rd Wednesday Downtown CC Tonight

Downtown Culver City's second annual "All-American Drink and Dessert Tasting" Happy Hour - Downtown Culver City invites you to celebrate a patriotic neighborhood-wide Happy Hour on the Third Wednesday of July. Get in the American spirit with samples of All-American drinks and desserts throughout Downtown Culver City. Check in at Melrose Mac or Lundeen's Gifts and pick up your "Third Wednesday [...]

Expo Line Wins Again

Expo Line Wins Again

Last Friday July 12, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) tentatively closed the books on one of the last remaining avenues for opponents of the Expo Line in West L.A. to stop construction in its tracks, according to StreetsBlog. CPUC posted a “Proposed Decision” on its second hearing of the rail crossings for Phase II of the Expo Line. The ruling unequivocally states that the 16 [...]

Feng Shui Summer Lemonade – Janet Mitsui Brown

Feng Shui Summer Lemonade – Janet Mitsui Brown

 As a mother, wife, person, & feng shui consultant, I’m available to give guidance based on my experience and knowledge.    It’s an honor to be asked, and I make every effort to listen to the challenges and issues facing people before I give assistance.   One of the most compelling challenges to address is knowing that life can be pretty unfair at times – that is, you [...]

Missing Child – Police Seeking Help

Missing Child – Police Seeking Help

Police asked for the public's help today in locating a missing 12-year-old Culver City boy. Elijah Gurubel was last seen in the area of Washington Boulevard and Beethoven Street around 8 p.m. Saturday after walking to a convenience store to buy candy with his younger brother, said Capt. Ron Iizuka with the Culver City Police Department. Only the younger brother returned, telling his mother [...]

Dear Editor – Community Calls for Vote on Bond

Dear Editor – Community Calls for Vote on Bond

Culver City school facilities are in poor shape. You can see it when you walk onto any one of our campuses; termite damage, brown drinking water, missing ceiling tiles, inoperable sprinkler systems, outdated electrical systems... the list goes on. It’s likely that any building constructed before 1955 needs repair or replacement. All of our schools were built before 1955. The past five years of [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Looking to do a good deed this summer? Then how about joining in a Ballona Creek Cleanup? Meet with members of Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) on Saturday, July 27, 9:00-noon, at the creek bike path entrance, Centinela Ave. & Milton St. (LA 90066). Help BCR clean the creek of ocean-bound trash at this attractive mini-park, where the incoming tide meets the outgoing runoff. Open to volunteers [...]

Artist Change for Summer Music Festival

Artist Change for Summer Music Festival

After a wonderful opening show, a change in the upcoming program; Brenda Lee Eager will be taking the place of Barbara Morrison on July 25 at the Culver City's Boulevard Music Summer Festival. As a solo singer, she had two minor R&B chart hits, "Good Old Fashioned Lovin'"  and "Watch My Body Talk."  She worked as a backup singer for such artists as Ray Charles, Prince, Diana Ross, Mavis [...]

Dear Editor – Mayor Cooper Adds In

Dear Editor – Mayor Cooper Adds In

While I hesitate to get involved in school politics, I think that Culver City voters should have the opportunity to decide whether passing a bond to improve our school district facilities makes sense or not. The school board heard from its independent election consultant that a bond would likely pass if placed on the ballot in November. As an individual, I know I would support a bond that would [...]

Culver City Little League Softball 9-10 Year Old All-Stars Crowned Section 4 Champions

Culver City Little League Softball 9-10 Year Old All-Stars Crowned Section 4 Champions

After being crowned District 25 Champions, the girls faced off at Sectionals this past week against softball powerhouse District 37's Westchester Del Rey Little League. The girls played a great game and held Westchester to a 1-hit shutout thanks to great pitching, catching and defense. With the win, the girls have now advanced to the Division III Southern California Championship Tournament in [...]

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