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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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“It’s Up to You” by Frances Talbott-White

“It’s Up to You” by Frances Talbott-White

Prop 17- Car Insurance on Your Ballot When presenting ballot measures to a live audience, I generally try to move through some kind of logical progression, or at least go from proposition to proposition in a way that makes sense to me. I figure that if it makes sense to me, I'm more likely to help voters understand it. In this election season, I find myself moving from Prop 13 to Prop 17. [...]

Feeling Volunteer-ish? Wanna Commish?

Feeling Volunteer-ish? Wanna Commish?

For those of you with civic duty inclinations, Culver City has posted notice for several City Commission, Committees and Board appointments. There is a slot opening up on the Culver City Planning Commission, a handful of slots on the Landlord-Tenant Mediation Board, and several of opportunities to participate in the Baldwin Hills Community Advisory Panel. In addition, people are need for the [...]

Anti-Bullying Parent Forum – May 20

Anti-Bullying Parent Forum – May 20

The Culver City School District will present an anti-bullying forum for parents on May 20 from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. at the District Boardroom at 4034 Irving Place. This will be an important conversation about student safety, and building a positive approach to addressing bullying. The conversation will be facilitated by Beth Brewer, a cyber-bullying researcher and Loyola Marymount University [...]

Culver City in the Current Market by Natalie Bergman

Culver City in the Current Market by Natalie Bergman

In Culver City real estate, things are definitely improving. We have only 41 houses for sale at the moment in Culver City and they run the gamut from desperately-in-need-of-TLC at $400,000 to desperately-in-need- of-a-price-reduction at $1.3 million (you know who you are!) Houses that are clean and well priced are moving fast, while those which aren’t, aren’t. Nothing says “Buy Me” like [...]

Job Fair for Web Talent – May 25

Job Fair for Web Talent – May 25

In a move well-timed for college grads and all job-seekers – especially those wanting to avoid a commute that is anywhere near the new construction on Sunset Blvd. – WebVisible (www.WebVisible.com) announced that it is continuing its fast-growth hiring streak and is looking to fill at least 75 new positions immediately. On the heels of a successful Open House held at the company’s Irvine [...]

Strong Families and Orphan Diseases By Gabby Friedenthal

Strong Families and Orphan Diseases By Gabby Friedenthal

I loved Keely’s mom for years without even knowing her. Or more aptly, I loved the woman behind the email address keelyrocks@.....As I’d browse the El Marino yahoo group’s site for memos to room parents, or the latest discussion on healthy food, or when to turn in your orders for the gift wrapping drive (one of the top revenue makers of the whole year), I’d see [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

NASA’s New Eye on the Sun Delivers Stunning First Images NASA’s recently launched Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, is returning early images that confirm an unprecedented new capability for scientists to better understand our Sun’s dynamic processes. These solar activities affect everything on Earth. Some of the images from the spacecraft show never-before-seen detail of material [...]

Tour de Culver City – May 15

Tour de Culver City – May 15

A community walk event, in partnership with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee and the Culver City Historical Society. Come and join your neighbors and friends for a guided walk thorough historical sites, and step into some portions of the proposed pedestrian network . Meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday , May 15 at the Lion Fountain at the Town Plaza. Remember to wear good walking shoes, hats and [...]

Dear Editor- To the Board of Education

Dear Editor- To the Board of Education

My name is Tania Fleischer. I am a pianist, I have a doctorate in music and have been teaching at the university level for 20 years. I know you care about Arts Education. I was thrilled that many of you ran for school board with a platform of advocacy for strong arts education knowing that it is vital to the intellectual and spiritual growth of human beings. But I also understand that, in facing [...]

El Rincon Spring Carnival – May 15

El Rincon Spring Carnival – May 15

El Rincon Spring Carnival will be at El Rincon Elementary Saturday, May 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., so come and join in the fun. Enjoy the games, the food, the rides, face painting, a silent auction, and all the friends and family as we spend a day celebrating El Rincon. *In-n-Out Burgers* Mobile Unit will be serving burgers from 11:30 – 2:00 We added an hour more to serve you…no long lines! [...]

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