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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Quattrosound @ Julian Dixon Library – Sept 23

Quattrosound @ Julian Dixon Library – Sept 23

Join us for a live musical performance by Quattrosound, an innovative ensemble presenting an inspiring and eclectic program of classical, Latin and jazz works. Winners of the Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 2015, the group's originality and clever compositions will resonate in a concert that's great for the whole family - and free. Beginning at 2 pm at the Community Room at the Culver [...]

CTG “Head of Passes” Opens Sunday

CTG “Head of Passes” Opens Sunday

Academy Award winner and playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “Head of Passes” opens Sunday, September 24 at 7 p.m. at the Mark Taper Forum. Directed by Tina Landau, the poetic and powerful new play, which is part of Center Theatre Group’s 50th anniversary season at the Taper, continues through October 22, 2017. The cast of “Head of Passes” includes, in alphabetical order, Alana [...]

Inglewood Oil Field Draft Environmental Impact Report Now Available for Public Comments

Inglewood Oil Field Draft Environmental Impact Report Now Available for Public Comments

The time allowed for public comments on the draft of the Environmental Impact Report began on Friday September 15, 2017 and will remain open until November 14, 2017. The Draft EIR can be viewed or downloaded at the City’s website at www.culvericty.org/inglewoodoilfield. In a press release from the city of Culver City, notice was made available to "all responsible agencies and interested [...]

LA County Sheriff McDonell Weighs In on Immigration Bill

LA County Sheriff McDonell Weighs In on Immigration Bill

Dear Editor, The Legislature’s passage of Senate Bill 54 (SB 54) and the anticipated signing by Governor Brown, marks the end of a long, and at times, contentious debate about immigration and the role of law enforcement in California. The legislation initially proposed, put to the test the trust that we in local policing must earn every day with the communities we serve. I strongly [...]

Sacramento Approves #EquityAndJustice Bills

Sacramento Approves #EquityAndJustice Bills

Just weeks after 25,000 people attended a concert here by artist-musician Common to push for common sense justice reforms, the California Legislature approved the final two bills in the #EquityAndJustice package. Senate Bills 394 and 395, jointly authored by Sens. Ricardo Lara and Senator Holly J. Mitchell, now go to Gov. Brown, and supporters praised the package for its goal to promote [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

It’s birthday countdown time! Culver City’s actual Incorporation Day was September 20, 1917, so this Wednesday, September 20, 2017 will celebrate not only the City’s official 100th birthday that will include remarks by elected officials, Harry Culver’s grandson, Dr. John Battle, a color guard, pledge of allegiance and our national anthem, but will feature a signing ceremony hosted by [...]

Bass Flight Noise Amendments Shot Down by GOP

Bass Flight Noise Amendments Shot Down by GOP

Culver City's Congresswoman Karen Bass, who has met repeatedly with residents and city officials over the problem of increasing aircraft noise at nearby LAX, finally got a chance to propose six amendments to reduce the sound of giant aircraft landings before the House Rules Committee on September 5. Her pleas for more funds to research solutions to reduce noise on planes and on air traffic noise [...]

Bristol Parkway Project Draws Anger @ Community Meeting

Bristol Parkway Project Draws Anger @ Community Meeting

When HSH Management set up the first in a series of required meetings on September 14, 2017 at 7 pm for community input over the proposed Bristol Parkway Project, they offered a meeting room at the Four Seasons by Sheraton and set up fifty chairs. When more than 300 people showed up, it was clear that this was going to be a different kind of engagement with the community than the developer had [...]

Grace Diner to Celebrate Eight Years

Grace Diner to Celebrate Eight Years

Everything's coming up daisies at Grace Diner, preparing to celebrate their eighth anniversary on Monday, September 18th! Volunteer Maeve Giza celebrated the diner by baking some floral frosted cupcakes, and Church Liason Marina Tidwell noted that dessert donations are much sought after and always welcome. Grace Diner has been a special service project supported by Grace Lutheran Church and [...]

WLAC Bachelor’s Program Offers Info Session

WLAC Bachelor’s Program Offers Info Session

West Los Angeles College is one of only two community colleges in California authorized to offer a Bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene. While the award-winning Associate degree program has existed at West for decades, the Bachelor’s program is fairly new and just graduated its first class in Spring 2017. Those graduates will enter a field that is both in-demand and pays $81,000 per year on [...]

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