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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Archived Posts

AVPA Screens Student Films @ Sony Pictures Entertainment

AVPA Screens Student Films @ Sony Pictures Entertainment

The Cary Grant Theater is always smart; the wonderful screen, the great audio, the luxurious blue seats. On Thursday March 23 it was also filled with smart students, smartly dressed parents and some very smart teachers and administrators for the annual AVPA Student Film Screening. The seven student films were a rich assortment. From stylish horror (Colette) to creepy zombies (Lockdown) to [...]

Walk ‘n Rollers – Bike Helmet Sale

Walk ‘n Rollers – Bike Helmet Sale

Added value - buy a bike helmet from Walk 'n Rollers and help support your local healthy kids/ moving community program. Awesome kids bike helmets for sale: $20 each! (while they last)  Thanks to Orange 20 bikes, these new helmets can be yours for only $20 each.  All are new and most are in their original packaging. Look for Walk 'n Rollers at CicLAvia this Sunday, March [...]

Tribute to the Stars – Tickets on Sale Now

Tribute to the Stars – Tickets on Sale Now

CCUSD and CCEF will present the Annual Tribute to the Stars honoring the volunteers, teachers and employees that make our school district so special.  This year’s Tribute to the Stars will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at the Culver Studios.  The gala includes an awards ceremony, a delicious variety of cuisines from some of Culver City’s best restaurants, fundraising through a balloon [...]

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Ruth’s Truths – Ruth Morris

Planes, Hotels and Automobiles -- The majority of my Ruth's Truths are travel related. I love writing while on my trips, or right after I get back from my sojourns. This time, I'm writing pre-trip; it's been a while since I had to plan details as carefully as I am right now for an upcoming trip to Cuba via the eastern seaboard's I-95 trail. I'm not the biggest domestic traveler, often [...]

United States Conference of Mayors Day of Action on Immigration

United States Conference of Mayors Day of Action on Immigration

Tuesday, March 21st marked a Day of Immigration Action by the United States Conference of Mayors. Events scheduled to demonstrate support for immigrants in communities across the country were focused to reiterate the mayors’ call for comprehensive immigration reform. This past week, Culver City Police Chief Scott Bixby led a community discussion on immigrant rights and police protection of [...]

Senator Mitchell Receives Advocacy Award; Bills to Protect Children Currently Under Discussion in Sacramento

Senator Mitchell Receives Advocacy Award; Bills to Protect Children Currently Under Discussion in Sacramento

Senator Holly Mitchell was named yesterday as the inaugural honoree of the Willie L. Brown, Jr. Advocacy Award. The honor marks the 40th anniversary of California Association of Black Lawyers. “Sen. Mitchell has displayed an unparalleled commitment to diversity, justice and the community,” Camille Townsend said. “The organization unanimously agrees that Sen. Mitchell embodies the Willie [...]

Little Spikers Learn Volleyball Skills

Little Spikers Learn Volleyball Skills

Girls and boys, ages 5-8, will learn how to serve, bump, set and spike in a fast-paced session of volleyball in the Little Spikers Clinic, April 15-May 20, 4:00-5:30 p.m., conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club at the Culver City Middle School gymnasium. Club coaches will teach hand-eye coordination, team play and sportsmanship, providing opportunities for fun and friendship, according to [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Images returned from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission indicate that during its most recent trip through the inner solar system, the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was a very active place—full of growing fractures, collapsing cliffs and massive rolling boulders. Moving material buried some features on the comet’s surface while exhuming others. “As comets approach [...]

Dear Editor – CCPD Addresses Community Concerns with Immigration Policy

Dear Editor – CCPD Addresses Community Concerns with Immigration Policy

Recently, we have received inquiries and comments from some of our community members expressing fears about the election results and its impact on our community, specifically as it relates to immigration enforcement and deportation. It is my intent with this message to ease the concerns of all of our community, but specifically the fears of the parents, children, and relatives of undocumented [...]

Culver City to Celebrate Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Culver City to Celebrate Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Come celebrate Arbor Day with Council Members, staff, and visitors from the Senior Center on Thursday, March 30, at 10:30am. The tree planting ceremony will take place on the Culver Blvd. side of the Senior Center. This celebration will be a great way to recognize and to celebrate the City’s ongoing commitment to nurturing a resilient urban forest.

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