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Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Voyager 2 Completes 12,000 Days of Continuous Operations; New “Cosmic Café” Opens on Mt. Wilson On June 28, 2010, Voyager 2 completed 12,000 days of continuous operations since its launch on August 20, 1977. For nearly 33 years, the venerable spacecraft has been returning unprecedented data about the giant outer planets, the properties of the solar wind between and beyond the planets [...]

Tie Dye at the Y -Celebrate the Fourth of July!

Tie Dye at the Y -Celebrate the Fourth of July!

Come and play at the YMCA Thursday, July 1 ,(hey, that's today!)  5:30 to 7 p.m. Get in the spirit of Independence Day at our Family Fun Day Tie-Dye Party! Kids get to tie-dye their own t-shirt (parents bring a white t-shirt for dying) or a free white bandana supplied by the Y! Your little firecracker will look great in red, white, and blue just in time for the July 4th weekend. Please register [...]

Dear Editor- Keeping in Touch with Crossroads

Dear Editor- Keeping in Touch with Crossroads

Dear Editor, I was happy to participate in your survey a few minutes ago, but I realized that it doesn't tell the entire story for me. My husband and I are now retired and travel frequently leaving Culver City behind us. But we usually take our laptop and read your Web pages while we are gone. In this way we are able to keep up with the news in town and have a sense of what is going on. Last [...]

More Than A Thought by Judith Martin-Straw

More Than A Thought by Judith Martin-Straw

To all our readers; Wow. Hey. Thank you very much. I’ve worked on many websites, and I’ve never seen one grow as fast as this. In a small town already covered with free newspapers (The Observer, The Culver City News, The Wave), one long standing news site (The Front Page Online), and an ever-popping crop of small blogs (Culver City Living, You Know You’re From Culver City) the response [...]

Le Saint Amour – Tres, Tres Bien by Mary McGrath

Le Saint Amour – Tres, Tres Bien by Mary McGrath

A new French restaurant in Culver City ? I wondered if it would stand up to all the hype. I wondered if it was possible to have a dynamite French meal without feeling intimidated, or if you’d have to refinance your house in order to dine there. Well, I’ve met Le St. Amour, and yes, it lives up to the reputation. It’s affordable, and there are no noses in the air. Thanks to owners [...]

All New Picnic for The Culver City Historical Society

All New Picnic for The Culver City Historical Society

This year’s annual Culver City Historical Society Picnic and meeting on Wednesday, July 21, will have an all new flavor, and what a flavor it will be! A savory catered dinner will be cooked in the picnic area in Veterans Memorial Park by Jim Rodriques of Santa Maria BBQ Restaurant, who will demonstrate the special techniques that have made his Downtown Culver City eatery so popular. Rodriques [...]

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Lifestyle Business; Bad Business? Have you heard the term “lifestyle business?” It describes a company that produces something people want to buy, and provides a comfortable lifestyle for the founder, the employees, and their families. But for Wall Street and investment bankers, it’s a patronizing term, and it virtually guarantees you won’t get any money from them. Why? The usual [...]

The Next Development- Parking at the Hayden Tract

The Next Development- Parking at the Hayden Tract

Among the most often discussed pieces of real estate in Culver City are the 242 parking spaces available in the site known as the Hayden Tract. After last night’s City Council vote, they will be increased by 54 spaces via a redrawing of lines to create tandem parking. But the 298 parking spaces that will be available for the six businesses that use the space are still considered like a form of [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

The full moon at the end of June (it was June 26)  is called a Strawberry moon, because it is the full moon closest to the strawberry harvest. We're lucky here in Southern California to have a climate mild enough so that strawberries can be grown year round. In other climates, though, there is a very short strawberry growing season. The farther north you go, the shorter the time period for [...]

AVPA Gradutes Head To Top Schools with Scholarships

AVPA Gradutes Head To Top Schools with Scholarships

The Academy of Visual & Performing Arts at Culver City High School recognizes the following 50 program graduates on their achievements and scholarly pursuits. The Academy operates after school and is open to all high school students, not only those enrolled in Culver City High School. AVPA Theatre Senior Graduates Joey Guthman ~ Emerson College, Boston; Jeanette Carl Memorial [...]

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