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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Special Features - T. S. Owen

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Collision Delays Metro into Culver City

Collision Delays Metro into Culver City

A vehicle collided with a Metro Expo Line train near Exposition Park on Sunday May 25, but only minor injuries were reported. The crash happened around 2:20 p.m. at Vermont Avenue and Exposition Boulevard, said Lt. Richard Hoffman of the Los Angeles County sheriff’s Transit Services Bureau. Two people suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were taken to a hospital for treatment, said [...]

Dear Editor – CCEF Supports CC

Dear Editor – CCEF Supports CC

The Board of Trustees of the Culver City Education Foundation strongly supports Measure CC. This bond measure for school facilities will have a great impact on CCUSD students, the school district and community. Our purpose is to "support and enhance quality educational programs for every student." Passage of Measure CC will provide $106 million for making necessary repairs and upgrades to CCUSD [...]

Magee Begins Mural

Magee Begins Mural

Starting on a Sunday afternoon, muralist Fintan Magee began work on the mural for the building at the corner of Lindblade and Sepulveda. Crossroads caught up with the crew as they finished rolling the scaffolding in front of the building; provocateur Dan O' Brien, Magee and photographer Holly Port who was on hand to document the process. Magee is an affable young man, happy answer a few [...]

Dear Editor – Measure CC is About Public Health and Safety

Dear Editor – Measure CC is About Public Health and Safety

Dear Editor: On June 3, 2014 we all have the opportunity to make a positive difference in Culver City by voting Yes on Measure CC, the school facilities bond measure that will be on the June 3rd ballot. Culver City will celebrate its Centennial birthday in 2017. From the beginning our schools have been great and a selling point for potential new residents. Our schools are a major reason we [...]

Father’s Day Race to Benefit Train 4 Autism

Father’s Day Race to Benefit Train 4 Autism

Hundreds are expected to run and walk to support Culver City Education Foundation and Train 4 Autism on June 15 in the Second Annual Culver City 5K/10K. The inaugural event raised thousands of dollars in 2013 for local students with special needs, with 1,300 runners and walkers flooding the streets of downtown Culver City. Students, teachers, parents, and administrators formed teams from [...]

Dear Editor – Pastor Promotes Measure CC

Dear Editor – Pastor Promotes Measure CC

Hello, I am writing in support of Measure CC. I am the mother of two children in Culver City schools, Linwood E. Howe Elementary and Culver City Middle School. A quality education is one of the building blocks of not just a good society, but a great one. CCUSD has done a brilliant job of weathering the budget storms of the past decade; they have prioritized teacher salaries and quality programs [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

We’re back! Took a little break when two friends from Japan visited Culver City – one for the first time. The Historic Culver Hotel was their home base, and the day they checked in was a Tuesday, so they immediately headed for the Culver City Farmers’ Market. Other friends who had met Yas Takesue through a homestay program he ran in Culver City thirty years ago joined us for dinner to say [...]

Dear Editor – Good Schools Make Community

Dear Editor – Good Schools Make Community

Dear Editor: I don't have a child in Culver City schools anymore. My daughter is an adult now. She's married with a good job. She and her husband hope to have a child of their own someday soon. When they do, they're planning on moving back to Culver City. Why? Because of our schools. But you know what? Even if I didn't have my own family in mind, I'd vote for Measure CC. My daughter is just [...]

CC Foodie – Wildcraft Pizza

CC Foodie – Wildcraft Pizza

It's a delightful dilemma - with all the delicious food in Culver City, sometimes it's challenging to choose. And all the fantastic pizza, that's a long category unto itself. La Rocco's, Pitfire, Grey Block; all pretty wonderful. As the modern proverb says, there is really no such thing as bad pizza. But the difference between just pizza and really amazing pizza is the time that goes into it. [...]

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro – Shelly Blaisdell

Jethro, The Answer Cat here . . . This week I have time for only one question, because the limo is here to take me to Grumpy Cat’s estate. Apparently GC is headed for rehab. He’s been hitting the catnip everyday, eating vegan dog food and he’s currently burrowed into a laundry hamper, singing old Neil Diamond songs. Deepak Chopra and I are going to talk him down and get him some help. My [...]

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