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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

Special Features - T. S. Owen

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Archived Posts

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

I spent the weekend in Tucson Arizona. I had a Unitarian Universalist convention and a friend’s wedding reception on the same weekend, so it was two birds with one stone, as the proverb says. I discovered two other things when I was there; a sphere and a wall. On the first day, I went to Biosphere 2, a science experiment started in the 80’s to see if people could sustain themselves on [...]

Antioch Offering Urban Sustainability Program

Antioch Offering Urban Sustainability Program

Antioch University is training the next generation of urban problem-solvers to meet the world’s dual challenges of climate change and inequality. If you dream about changing the system, our 18-month program offers an educational home of like-minded students, faculty, and community partners who work and learn together in a hybrid, hands-on, cutting edge program. Our urban centers can be just and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

How time and our spacecraft fly—especially when you’re making history at 32,000 miles per hour! Continuing on its path through the outer regions of the solar system, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has now traveled half the distance from Pluto—its storied first target—to 2014 MU69, the Kuiper Belt object (KBO) it will fly past on Jan. 1, 2019. The spacecraft reached that milestone on [...]

Senator Holly Mitchell Cheers When “Kids Are 1st”

Senator Holly Mitchell Cheers When “Kids Are 1st”

State Senator Holly Mitchell thinks that partnering with Kids Are 1st to present the Family Safety and Health Festival in Exposition Park is one of the highlights of her job. The festival provided resources, exhibits, services and training demonstrations free of charge to help families protect children from hazards and health problems. West L.A. College and UCLA Medical Center were also in [...]

Got Drugs? CCPD Will Take Them Back

Got Drugs? CCPD Will Take Them Back

Community: Prescription Drug Take Back at CCPD Saturday April 29th, 2017 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Dispose of your old, unused, or unwanted prescription drugs safely and for free by bringing them to our prescription drug take back day. The event will be held on Saturday April 29th, 2017. at the Culver City Police Department (4040 Duquesne Ave., Culver City) from 10 AM to 2 PM. Please contact [...]

Workshop? Bikeshop? Walkshop? Culver City Wants Your Take on the TOD

Workshop? Bikeshop? Walkshop? Culver City Wants Your Take on the TOD

As Culver City focuses on the future, getting input from residents is vital. Getting out of our cars to create a place where more of us walk than drive is the idea of the Transit Oriented Development District. Taking this on, foot by foot, will help the city planners to make it what it needs to be. Think of the Highline in NYC, the Riverwalk in San Antonio, or any of dozens of plazas and [...]

Kirk Douglas Theater Will  Kick Off ‘Spamilton’ National Tour

Kirk Douglas Theater Will Kick Off ‘Spamilton’ National Tour

Center Theatre Group will produce the West Coast premiere of the hit musical parody “Spamilton” at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Presented as part of Center Theatre Group’s 2017-2018 season at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, “Spamilton” will run November 5 through December 31, 2017, with opening set for November 12. The production will launch a national tour with additional cities and dates to be [...]

Mauro Caputo In Memoriam: A Retrospective – Paintings & Tapestry

Mauro Caputo In Memoriam: A Retrospective – Paintings & Tapestry

The current exhibit at West Los Angeles College is particularly special to the campus as it features the work of Mauro Caputo, an award-winning graphic designer and long-time West art instructor. A reception, free to the public, will be held in the Fine Arts Gallery on Thursday, April 13 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. The show runs April 10 – May 4 and is curated by art dealer, lecturer and radio [...]

Coffee With A Cop – April 29

Coffee With A Cop – April 29

Everyone knows, if you are looking for law enforcement, donut shops are high on the list of likely locations. The CCPD will be hosting another in their series of community meetings - Coffee with Cop-on April 29th (Saturday) 9am to 11am. Dunkin' Donuts, 13300 Washington Blvd. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your [...]

Library Extends Bag Sale @ Book Room

Library Extends Bag Sale @ Book Room

Due to popular demand, the Bag Sale has been extended for one more week! From today through Saturday, April 15, bring your own bag in to the Friends of the Library Book Sale Room and fill it with all the books you want for only $10. Bags must be no larger than the standard size super market shopping bag. This is a great opportunity to stock up your own bookshelves! The book sale room will be [...]

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