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Just a Thought – Love and Loss

Just a Thought – Love and Loss

There are few things that can crack a heart open like seeing someone's heart breaking. When the heart breaking belongs to your own child, the sound of that crack can be loud. Only the soft echo that follows is a reminder that this is the persistent melody of life; love and loss. Our little cat was very sick, and when that vet began using phrases like "very poor prognosis" and "immunologically [...]

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

FAFSA = Financial Aid = Money for College It’s FAFSA time! Starting January 1, 2016 students can file a FREE Application for Federal Student Aid. Don’t assume you don’t qualify for financial aid. Over 40% of families who could be receiving financial help to pay for college don’t bother applying for it. Why? Are you going to be one of those families? Get smart about college. It is [...]

Whole 9/Peace Project Founder Looks Back at 2015

Whole 9/Peace Project Founder Looks Back at 2015

Dear Friends, As 2015 draws to a close, I find myself reflecting on the state of the United States and the state of the world. It would be easy to look at the GOP presidential candidates, at the mass shootings in the United States, at the acts of terror recently committed around the world, at the refugee crisis and at the endless wars, and feel only despair. But as I go about my day, instead I [...]

Janet Hoult is Calling All Poets – T.S. Owen

Janet Hoult is Calling All Poets – T.S. Owen

Culver City’s first Poet Laureate Janet Hoult is determined poetry will be an integral part of the arts and culture celebrations during the city’s centennial year. She is scouring the city for poets, collecting them from her own Wednesday class at the senior center and local schools. “I’ve heard there are some slam poets performing here,” she said, “I would love them to be part of [...]

The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey @ Kirk Douglas

The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey @ Kirk Douglas

The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey is about the disappearance of  a 14-year-old boy who dared to be different, and the small New Jersey town that will never be the same without him. Opening in limited engagement at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, performances begin January 13, 2016 Producers Darren Bagert (The Color Purple) and Daryl Roth (Kinky Boots) are proud to present the new play [...]

Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Every year, more than 1 million used Christmas trees end up in California landfills. Nationwide, an estimated 15 million used Christmas trees end up in landfills. Remember to recycle trees locally by putting them in your green waste bin or turn them into mulch for water conservation and weed control in the garden. Multi-Family residents should contact the property manager for more information [...]

New Year’s Eve @ Elks

New Year’s Eve @ Elks

Looking to celebrate the New Year in without a lot of time on the road? Dean & Richard will be hosting and making music at the Elks Lodge.  Dress up, show up and ring in midnight with food, drinks and dancing this New Year's Eve on Thursday December 31, 2015 Formal wear is Mandated Call to make your Reservations NOW! 310-839-1917 Chicken Dinner $25 Prime Rib $40 6PM Cocktails 7PM [...]

New Year’s Day Swim with the Penguin Club – Anne Artley

New Year’s Day Swim with the Penguin Club – Anne Artley

© 2009 FabianLewkowicz.com On the first day of last year, I was up to my neck in freezing cold water. As I paddled through the surf in the 56th Annual Penguin Club swim, wearing only a thin Lycra swimsuit, not a wetsuit, my only thought was, “What could be better?” In previous years, I would’ve been sitting on the sofa eating chips, guacamole and drinking beer in front of a bowl game. [...]

Fracking and Water Safety – AMA Recommends Filtering

Fracking and Water Safety – AMA Recommends Filtering

The Swedish proverb “the afternoon knows what the morning never expected” was popularized by the great American poet Robert Frost. What he was expressing is that often we find out later what really went on earlier. In the interest of protecting your public health, the American Medical Association (AMA) is adopting a policy supporting full disclosure of the chemicals released into the [...]

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

When ED = ER You did your homework and you fell in love with one particular school. You applied for early decision. You poured your heart and soul into your application and personal statement. You pictured yourself strolling the campus and happily attending classes next fall. But alas, it was not to be. Your school rejected you. You are suffering from ER, early rejection. Rejection sucks. [...]

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