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Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Walk With A Doc – Sept. 20

Culver City Walk With a Doc, Saturday, September 20 at Veterans Park, 4417 Overland Avenue near the tennis courts. In this month's topic "Sleep, the Final Frontier" Culver City Pediatrician Dr Jeffrey Penso will discuss too much/too little sleep and how to succeed without the use of dangerous drugs. He and Brandon will then lead the group on a neighborhood walk. Warm-up and stretching with [...]

Wende Museum to Get Nuclear Warning Siren

Wende Museum to Get Nuclear Warning Siren

Until the end of 2013, a Cold War era siren stood to alert local citizens of nuclear attack at the corner of Sixth Street and Mills Avenue in Claremont, California. Although no longer in use, the siren remained “hidden in plain sight” on the Claremont Colleges campus. Soon it will join the collection at the Wende Museum, currently located on Buckingham Parkway, soon to be opening on Culver [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has reached the Red Planet’s Mount Sharp, a Mount-Rainier-size mountain at the center of the vast Gale Crater and the rover mission’s long-term prime destination. “Curiosity now will begin a new chapter from an already outstanding introduction to the world,” said Jim Green, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington. [...]

Baldwin Hills Environmental Assessment Comes From Academic Viewpoint

Baldwin Hills Environmental Assessment Comes From Academic Viewpoint

A state-of-the-art environmental assessment of Baldwin Hills is underway, led by Travis Longcore, associate professor (research) of spatial sciences at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. The 18-month project is a cooperative effort for the Baldwin Hills Conservancy and the Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation Authority, with technical support from the Natural History Museum [...]

Dear Editor – Being Heard Over the Plane Noise

Dear Editor – Being Heard Over the Plane Noise

Dear Editor, I have noticed with increasing frequency unfortunately more jets flying over Culver City. I have spoken loudly to the LA City Council and the director of LAWA (Los Angeles World Airport) but I need your help, you locals in Culver City. If you are hearing and seeing more of these jets that are making more noise and causing more air pollution, please call: LAX Noise Complaint phone [...]

Memorial Service for Ed Little Set for Sept. 27

Memorial Service for Ed Little Set for Sept. 27

Edward C. Little, long-time Culver City Rotary Club member—among many of his community contributions—and the director of the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility in El Segundo, CA passed away last month at 87. Pictured left with Gus Mason of the West Basin Municipal Water District. Little is remembered by many for the accomplishments of his community activism and success in local [...]

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Arcana Books to Host “Vacancy”

Hot enough for you? If Death Valley has come up in your conversation anytime in the last few days, you should check out the real deal - you don't have to drive there, just get to Arcana Books this Friday Sept. 19 from 7 to 9 pm.  The photographs in Pamela Littky‘s new book, Vacancy, chronicle life in two desert towns that both claim the mantle of “Gateway to Death Valley”: Baker, [...]

Brown Signs Bill Cracking Down on Illegal Arms

Brown Signs Bill Cracking Down on Illegal Arms

Assemblymember Sebastian Ridley-Thomas today praised Governor Jerry Brown for signing his bill to give city attorneys enforcement tools to crack down on illegal weapons and unlawful gun and ammunition sales by renters in their communities. Assemblymember Ridley-Thomas said, “I applaud Governor Jerry Brown for signing AB 2310 into law to provide city attorneys and landlords with an effective [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Greetings everyone, I am back from the Feline Journalist Convention. It was awesome, kind of like a TED event, but with cats. Dan Savage was there! I even met up with Grumpy Cat to ask her what the hell her problem was back in July. I was supposed to have lunch with her at the Licensing Expo in Vegas and she pulled a Diva move and blew me off. Apparently she actually had a good reason; she [...]

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF Gets Funding for Sports, Health and Symphonic Jazz Orchestra

CCEF has obtained a renewal grant from Global Sports Development for $8,980. This grant will enable Culver City High School to continue its Athletic Academic Support Program during this school year. Through the grant from Global Sports Development, students also participate in the Culture, Education , Sports and Ethics Program (CESEP), creating artworks on the topics of sportsmanship, fair [...]

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