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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Culver City Wins Platinum

Culver City Wins Platinum

The City of Culver City is a partner in the Westside Energy Partnership, a collaboration between the City, Southern California Edison, SoCalGas, and The Energy Coalition. The City has been a participant in the Westside Energy Partnership since its inception in 2011. Through this partnership, Culver City participates in Southern California Edison’s Energy Leadership Partnership, a tiered [...]

Dear Editor – Oil Production & Health Risks

Dear Editor – Oil Production & Health Risks

Dear Editor, On July 11th Culver City is having a special Council meeting to hear from us whether the City should keep honoring a request from the new owners of the oil field under our homes. To me the oil producers' request boils down to their wanting to have a hand in writing Culver City's oil and gas regulations. It seems like the proverbial fox wanting to make up the rules on how to [...]

CCPD Warns Against Mortgage Fraud

CCPD Warns Against Mortgage Fraud

Are you in the process of buying a home or refinancing? Are you aware that scammers are targeting email accounts of realtors and escrow/title companies in order to steal your hard earned money? Homebuyers from across the country are being victimized at an increasing rate. Here is how the scam works: The scammer hacks into the email account of the real estate agent or escrow officer. The [...]

Double M Jazz at Mayme Clayton

Double M Jazz at Mayme Clayton

The Mayme Clayton Library and Museum Presents Mimi Melnick's Double M Jazz Salon featuring Kamau Daaood and a Band of Griots for an afternoon of poetic storytelling woven into the fabric of soundscapes on Sunday, July 9th, 2pm Kamau Daaood and a Band of Griots is Kamau Daaood, poet; Kamau Kenyatta, piano and saxophone; Teodross Avery, saxophone; Trevor Ware, bass; Dexter Story, [...]

Actors’ Gang to Offer Get Lit’s ‘Dante’

Actors’ Gang to Offer Get Lit’s ‘Dante’

Get Lit’s DANTE, groundbreaking musical adaptation of Dante’s Inferno, opens July 6 at The Actors’ Gang, written by poet Raul Herrera, directed by The Actors’ Gang co-artistic director, Cynthia Ettinger, and inspired by mentor Daveed Diggs “Where the only light is the one you create” The Actors’ Gang presents DANTE, Get Lit’s musical adaptation of Dante’s Inferno, opening [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

As the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft approached its destination on July 4, 1997, no NASA mission had successfully reached the Red Planet in more than 20 years. Even the mission team anxiously awaiting confirmation that the spacecraft survived its innovative, bouncy landing could not anticipate the magnitude of the pivot about to shape the Space Age. In the 20 years since Pathfinder’s [...]

CCEF Director Leslie Adler to Step Down

CCEF Director Leslie Adler to Step Down

It is with deep appreciation and lasting gratitude for her years of devotion to the mission of the Culver City Education Foundation that CCEF announces the resignation of our Executive Director, Leslie Adler. Leslie has been a passionate supporter of our students and schools. In her eight years as Executive Director she led CCEF though a transformative period of growth. Among the many highlights [...]

Dear Editor – Oil, But At What Cost?

Dear Editor – Oil, But At What Cost?

Dear Editor, The Inglewood Oil Field is the largest urban oil field in the contiguous United States. Roughly 10% of the field resides here in Culver City but that 10% is of arguable value to the field’s new owners Sentinel Peak Resources. If the show or lawyerly force coupled with worker testimony at the City Council’s community meeting on the issue in April is any indication the value of [...]

Save the Date – August 1st National Night Out

Save the Date – August 1st National Night Out

Culver City Police Department National Night Out is an annual campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. Please bring your family and friends to join our event, where we will have fun activities for everyone, live music, free food and drinks, and Police and Fire Departments' equipment and services [...]

Senator Mitchell Responds to State Budget

Senator Mitchell Responds to State Budget

Sen. Holly J. Mitchell,( D-Los Angeles,) released the following statement in response to Gov. Brown signing the 2017-18 budget yesterday: “I commend Gov. Brown for signing the 2017-18 budget today with no vetoes,” said Mitchell, who oversaw the writing of this year’s budget for the first time as chair of the Senate Budget Committee. “Members of the Legislature and staff worked long [...]

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