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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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City Clerk’s Office Launches Online Reservation System for Passport Services

City Clerk’s Office Launches Online Reservation System for Passport Services

The City Clerk’s Office has been an authorized United States Passport Acceptance Facility since 2006, providing passport services to residents and non-residents alike. When the United States Postal Service discontinued passport processing services at many of its locations, Culver City became overwhelmed with the increased demand and discontinued its walk-in service. In an effort to streamline [...]

“Not So Wimpy” Film Fest Winners

“Not So Wimpy” Film Fest Winners

Culver City Friends of the Library are delighted to announce the winners of the "Not so Wimpy Film Festival" for the One Book, One City, Jr. program. The Centennial Award winner is Moses J. Fritz, for his film, "Lirabys aren't boring." Violet Fritz is also recognized for her role in that film with the "Best Actress" award. The other award winner, the Mayor's Award, is Amit Gupta for his [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

Most Culver City organizations and service clubs are certainly resting up after a busy Fiesta LaBallona weekend, including the Culver City Rotary Club, whose Lucky Ducky rubber duck race at the pool was a favorite. Top Lucky Ducky winner was Jessica Beagles-Roos with her Lucky Duck “Thomas,” who came in first. Jessica, a past president of the Culver City Board of Education, along with her [...]

Vera Announces City Council Run

Vera Announces City Council Run

Business owner, commissioner and lifelong Culver City resident Albert Vera, announced plans today to seek election to a seat on the Culver City Council in the April, 2018 election. Vera, whose father served 12 years on the City Council from 1992-2000 and from 2002-2006, said he hopes to give back to the community that supported him and his family through good times and bad. Born in Culver [...]

Dear Editor – Make Culver City Safe

Dear Editor – Make Culver City Safe

Don't let this happen to Culver City! Let's not expose Culver City to possibly becoming another disaster like San Bruno or Porter Ranch. Inadequate regulations and private interests have too often gotten in the way of protecting people's rights. Fortunately we in Culver City will soon have the opportunity to protect what we hold dear. Culver City is soon coming out with a draft of [...]

Wimpy Kid Film Fest Coming to Julian Dixon Library

Wimpy Kid Film Fest Coming to Julian Dixon Library

The Culver City Friends of the Library are concluding our very successful One Book, One City Jr. program with a gala film festival and movie screening at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 2 p.m. This program, available to students grades 4-10, focused all summer on the book The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary, part of the very popular Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. [...]

Golden State Water Work on Culver Blvd. to Begin Sept. 5

Golden State Water Work on Culver Blvd. to Begin Sept. 5

Construction activities for Golden State Water Company’s Culver Boulevard Area Main Replacement Project will begin September 5th, 2017. These activities will begin potholing and laying out the project on Culver Boulevard. Construction will follow the week of September 11, 2017 and is anticipated to extend into April 2018. Traffic Impacts on East Bound Culver Blvd., and Northbound [...]

Sending Help After Hurricane Harvey

Sending Help After Hurricane Harvey

Our hearts go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Many of our community members have asked how they can help. According to FEMA, the best way to help is with cash donations to trusted organizations. Financial contributions to recognized disaster relief organizations are the fastest, most flexible, and most effective method of donating. Organizations on the ground know what items and [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is just days from its mission-ending dive into the atmosphere of Saturn. Its fateful plunge on Sept. 15 is a foregone conclusion—an April 22 gravitational kick from Saturn’s moon Titan placed the two-and-a-half ton vehicle on its path for impending destruction. Yet several mission milestones have to occur over the coming two-plus weeks to prepare the vehicle for [...]

CCUSD Relocates New Science Building

CCUSD Relocates New Science Building

After a presentation of several options, followed by extensive discussions at the August 15 Board workshop, the CCUSD School Board passed a resolution at the August 22 Board meeting to locate the new HS/MS Science building in the back of the school area by the Lacrosse field. Middle and High School administration were part of the discussion and shared that the highlighted location is ideal for [...]

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