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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Antioch and Coursera Partner for Online Credit

Antioch and Coursera Partner for Online Credit

Antioch University is the first US institution to receive approval from Coursera to offer college credit for specified Coursera MOOCs (massive open online courses.) Through this new partnership, Antioch University Los Angeles campus can reduce student costs to complete a four-year degree and expand course offerings through free online courses offered by the highly respected universities that have [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

PAINTBALLS MAY DEFLECT AN INCOMING ASTEROID – In the event that a giant asteroid is headed toward Earth, it might help if it were blindingly white. A white asteroid would reflect sunlight—and over time, this bouncing of photons off its surface could create enough of a force to push the asteroid off its course. How might one encourage such a deflection? One answer, according to an MIT [...]

Dear Editor – Meghan Makes the Point – Yes on Y

Dear Editor – Meghan Makes the Point – Yes on Y

Dear Friends, The November 6th election is important on so many levels. From our President to our State ballot initiatives - the choices we the electorate will make next week will affect our lives for years to come. So too, Measure Y will determine how our city will fare in the future. Though last on the Culver City ballot, this local measure will fundamentally impact our services and [...]

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Buys a Phone Bill

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Buys a Phone Bill

Crime Blotter for October 22nd through October 29, 2012 Identity Theft: On October 23, 2012 at 12:35 pm, a victim came to the police department to report he was a victim of identity theft. The victim said he received a collection notice for a delinquent bill. The victim realized that he did not open any account with this particular cellular phone company. He checked with the company and [...]

School Board Stands on Prop. 30 –  Vote Yes

School Board Stands on Prop. 30 – Vote Yes

The CCUSD Board of Education has passed a resolution supporting the passage of Proposition 30, "The Schools and Local Safety Protection Act of 2012." It is important to note that the failure of Proposition 30 would result in a reduction of an estimated $441 per student statewide. What would that mean to CCUSD? This would equate to a funding reduction to our Culver City Unified School District [...]

Dear Editor – Homeless Count Needs Volunteers

Dear Editor – Homeless Count Needs Volunteers

Evlynne here shouting out to you. I am a member of the Committee on Homelessness for the City of Culver City. We need your help! The 2013 Homeless count is coming up and we need volunteers! Mark your calendars, Wednesday, January 30, 2013 from 6:00 pm until 2 am; the Homeless Count will take place in Culver City. We need volunteers. Spread the word and encourage your organization, friends, [...]

Yes on Y Rally – Nov. 3 @ Downtown Starbucks

Yes on Y Rally – Nov. 3 @ Downtown Starbucks

Please join us on Saturday, November 3 for the Yes on Measure Y Get Out the Vote Rally at 9:30 am at Starbucks, on Culver/Washington across the street from City Hall. Join us as we put on one final push. Pick up brochures and door hangers and hand them out to remind your friends and neighbors to vote Yes on Measure Yon November 6. It's a half a cent to Save our Services, and we need it.

La Ballona Fall Fest – Family Fundraiser Nov. 3

La Ballona Fall Fest – Family Fundraiser Nov. 3

La Ballona Education Partners is proud to host our annual La Ballona Fall Festival on Saturday, November 3rd , 2012 from 11am to 4pm at the playground of La Ballona Elementary, 10915 Washington Boulevard, Culver City. Please come join us for a day of family fun and activities. The festival will have carnival games, arts and crafts, entertainment, inflatables and food. Highlights includes the [...]

Expo Line – Take the Early Train for the Game

Expo Line – Take the Early Train for the Game

On Saturday, November 3, 2012 the University of Southern California football team will host the Oregon Ducks at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum starting at 4:00 pm. The Culver City Police Department is advising anyone who will be using the Expo Line for transportation to the game arrive early at the Expo Parking lot on National Boulevard. Prior to the last USC home game, the Expo Line [...]

Dear Editor – Education Before Politics

Dear Editor – Education Before Politics

Dear Editor, As a lifetime Democrat and former CCUSD School Board Member, I was very disappointed when I read the list of voting recommendations of the Culver City Democratic Club. The Club endorsed a vote NO on Prop. 38 on school funding! The passage of Prop 38 can be very beneficial to CCUSD. Every year, the Culver City Education Foundation and School Booster Clubs and PTA spend countless [...]

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