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Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Expo Train – Culver City Stop to Open June 20

Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Antonio Villaraigosa announced that Metro will officially open to the public both the Culver City Station and the Farmdale Station (Dorsey High School )along the recently opened Metro Expo Line on Wednesday, June 20 at 12 noon. In addition, it was announced that patrons boarding trains at both the Farmdale and Culver City Station will receive free passes [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

 Astronomers at Arizona State University have found an exceptionally distant galaxy, ranked among the top 10 most distant objects currently known in space and the faintest galaxy ever observed. Light from the recently detected galaxy left the object 13 billion years ago—only 800 million years after the beginning of the universe. A team of astronomers, led by James Rhoads, Sangeeta Malhotra, [...]

Red Horse Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Red Horse Feng Shui – Janet Mitsui Brown

Based on Chinese astrology my friend client Lynne placed a red horse in her south (east) corner of her bedroom. Here is Lynne’s testimony for today’s column: I am a client of Janet Mitsui Brown and I had her feng shui my condo. I told her I felt stuck and needed help with my surroundings and especially my terrible luck with lack of romance. She did not hesitate to give me the cures needed [...]

Patchwork Fest and Vintage Clothes @ Helms June 9-10

Patchwork Fest and Vintage Clothes @ Helms June 9-10

Helms Bakery District is popping this weekend with Patchwork Festival and a Vintage Clothing Sale, so come ready to jam and vogue.  On June 10th from  11-5 pm patchwork indie arts & crafts festival will offer a bi-annual event showcasing local emerging artists, crafts & designers. Eat & drink from local cafe & restaurant booths as you listen to tunes and peruse goods from the [...]

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter – Identity Theft Leaves Money Missing

Crime Blotter for May 29th through June 4th. Commercial Burglary: On May 29, 2012 at 2:03 pm, officers responded to the 8400 block of Warner Drive regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the reporting party who told them the following; he said on May 24, 2012 at 3:53 pm, he locked and secured the location, when he returned on May 29, 2012 at 5:47 am, he discovered one of the [...]

Latino Family Literacy Reads Likes Success

Latino Family Literacy Reads Likes Success

The Latino Family Literacy Project is a parent involvement and literacy program designed to establish and nurture family reading routines for bilingual families. Beautiful children's literature books written in both English and Spanish are used to teach parents how to share the process of reading with their children. All reading selections reflect the experiences of the Latino culture and are [...]

AVPA Java Gala –  June 9  – Click Here for Tix

AVPA Java Gala – June 9 – Click Here for Tix

Culver City High School's Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) has a long tradition of showcasing the entire program in its annual Java production For many years, Java Drama was the highlight of the year, produced at the Ivy Substation in Culver City. For the past three years, AVPA has been fortunate to develop a partnership with the Center Theatre Group to allow our program's biggest [...]

The Living History Project Concludes and I Get My Wish – Sandra Coopersmith

The Living History Project Concludes and I Get My Wish – Sandra Coopersmith

“Time is money” is the mantra of someone I know who speed-walks the self-imposed treadmill of his life and would have his cell phone surgically implanted if that were possible. It was therefore not surprising that when I started to tell him about the Living History Project, his response was, “Just give me the quick and dirty, for God’s sake!” Okay. Several senior volunteers, [...]

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

Dear Editor – City Hall and Fiscal Sanity

1. Bring back the Citizen-Community based Budget Committee that the Council abolished. Items to discuss for example by the committee: business taxes, do traffic cameras really work as advertised?, alternative funding for services that might be cut, spending priorities, financial goals, optimum number of parking enforcement officers, consolidating accounts receivables, weighing the advantages and [...]

From the Management – A Comment on Comments

From the Management – A Comment on Comments

Dear Readers and Writers, Welcome to Civil Discourse 101. It's great that everyone is commenting. This is one of the main ideas behind Crossroads. Local news is not a one-way street; we want your thoughts, your information and your ideas. We are delighted to facilitate dialogue. In the process, please remember we need to be respectful to each other, and maintain a tone of civility and trust. [...]

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