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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

LOCALmotion - Jozelle Smith

Get Smart - Jamie Wallace

Just a Thought – Henry Merritt

Just a Thought – Henry Merritt

"We are the lucky ones," Henry Merritt liked to say. Henry loved to tell stories about growing up in New Orleans, and his favorite quotation from his grandfather was one that often polished the end of the anecdote. "He would remind me- we are the lucky ones." And, to be completely SoCal about it, how lucky were we, to have Henry in our midst all this time? Henry and I met at preschool, part [...]

CCFD’s Chief White Speaks to the Past & Present @ Historical Society

CCFD’s Chief White Speaks to the Past & Present @ Historical Society

Culver City has a brand new ladder truck with a 100-foot ladder so firefighters can reach trapped victims or douse flames from strategic angles from eight stories high. Three engines pump water to the truck and a battalion truck centralizes all communications and data on the fire to the commander overseeing the incident. There are two paramedic rescue units and one ambulance staffed with [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

Learning to Respond with Love -- The world is a difficult place to learn how to love. There is fear, anger, betrayal, heartache and pain. Instead of connecting with others, we divide the world into one side or the other, one religion or the other, one political side or the other, one idea or the other. Perhaps some of us look at each aspect of the world in relationship to something else. [...]

Dear Editor – More Red Light Cameras Coming to Culver City?

Dear Editor – More Red Light Cameras Coming to Culver City?

Dear Editor, I wrote to you in December about the then-proposed expansion of the Culver City red light camera program. The new cameras have been in operation since April, and I've now received official ticket counts up to June 30. Based upon those counts my estimate is that by the end of 2017 the City will have issued 45,757 tickets, compared to 21,530 in 2014 and 23,303 in 2015. At [...]

Demolition Work on Natatorium Begins

Demolition Work on Natatorium Begins

Demolition of the former CCUSD Natatorium building between the Culver City Middle School and Farragut Elementary School campuses will begin this week. While the district notes that they will work closely with the contractor to minimize impacts throughout the process, they do anticipate there will be some additional noise and mess as the process moves forward. In addition, there will be some [...]

Madeline Ehrlich—Celebration of Life

Madeline Ehrlich—Celebration of Life

Last Friday, July 21, 2017, surrounded by family in her home in Culver City, Madeline Ehrlich lost her two-month fight with lymphoma and leukemia. She was born in the small town of Putnam, Connecticut, the sixth child of eight brothers and sisters. After graduating from the Cook County School of Nursing, she became a Registered Nurse and worked in a few of our country’s busiest and most [...]

Body Worn Cameras for CCPD

Body Worn Cameras for CCPD

From CCPD Nixle - The Culver City Police Department is in the process of equipping all patrol officers with Body Worn Cameras, which are estimated to be deployed by late August 2017. The Body Worn Camera’s recording systems will provide records of events and assist officers in the performance of their duties, and ultimately help to more effectively fulfill our organization's mission of safely [...]

‘1988’  Third Installment “Technicolor Drip”  – Heidi Duckler Aug. 6 @ Platform

‘1988’ Third Installment “Technicolor Drip” – Heidi Duckler Aug. 6 @ Platform

The third performance in the 1988 series will be on Sunday, August 6, 2017 in and around Technicolor Drip, the permanent artwork by Jen Stark located at PLATFORM in Culver City. This dance performance by Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre will take place in 12-minute intervals between 1-3PM. An outdoor projection screening of Technicolor Drip, the performance, will be shown from 8-9PM that same evening [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Our own Culver City Exchange Club received some great recognition at their recent California-Nevada District Convention. Awards won included: Francia Fate selected as Exchangite of the Year; Katie Shery received a Lifetime Achievement Award, posthumously; Dr. Bob Montgomery received a Lifetime Achievement Award; and the Culver City Club was named top donor to the Child Abuse Prevention Center. [...]

New Equipment and Pay Structure for Downtown Parking

New Equipment and Pay Structure for Downtown Parking

The City Council has authorized the installation of new “pay on foot” parking control equipment in the City Hall, Watseka, Cardiff and Ince parking structures in order to better manage the City’s parking resources. All drivers who park in excess of one hour will be required to pay their parking ticket at kiosks located on P1 in City Hall and the first floor of the Watseka, Cardiff and Ince [...]

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