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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Culver Citizen Thanks Police “Going Beyond”

Culver Citizen Thanks Police “Going Beyond”

Resident Joel Steingold wrote a letter to the Culver City Police Department commending Officer Michael Fairbanks and Parking Enforcement Officer Peter Shulman for their services. Mr. Steingold was rear ended while stopped at a red light and Fairbanks and Shulman were the first to arrive on scene. Mr. Steigold wanted to praise the officers for “going beyond the call of duty” by being very [...]

“In Her Wake” Reading at Didi Hirsch

“In Her Wake” Reading at Didi Hirsch

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services invites the community to attend a reading this Saturday, March 6 at 2 p.m. with child psychiatrist, Dr. Nancy Rappaport reading from “In Her Wake: A Child Psychiatrist Explores the Mystery of Her Mother’s Suicide." Dr. Rappaport pieces together a complex mosaic of her mother, illuminating in the process the complicated nature of loss, reconciliation, and [...]

Leslie Perry to Perform “The History Man” at CPUMC

Leslie Perry to Perform “The History Man” at CPUMC

“The History Man” a one-act play will be presented on March 14 at the Culver-Palms United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. written and performed by Leslie Perry. Perry is a modern day griot;  someone who is a repository of stories and wisdom from the African tradition, something like a bard in the English tradition. He is a founder of the Los Angeles Storytelling Festival. He will be joined by [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus! Or, to those loyal readers who don't read Welsh, happy St. David's Day. March 1 is celebrated by Welsh, expats, and friends the world around as St. David's Day. St. David was a Welsh-born sixth century saint of the Celtic Church. A scion of royalty, he dedicated his life to the church and spreading Christianity in pagan Wales. St. David rose to become Archbishop. He [...]

Lovely Leeks Make Stews and Soups Taste Like Spring

Lovely Leeks Make Stews and Soups Taste Like Spring

This week's From the Farmer's Table celebrates the lowly leek, symbol of Wales, and mild member of the alliaceae family. The variable early March weather makes this the perfect time to prepare broth and hearty soups. A traditional Welsh leek cawl (pronounced “cowl”) provides a lighter alternative to the more familiar leek and potato soup. Heartier lamb and vegetable cawl provides a full, [...]

Looking Up- Bob Eklund

Looking Up- Bob Eklund

A diverse cast of cosmic characters is showcased in the first images NASA released last week from its Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, an automated infrared telescope in Earth orbit. Since WISE began its scan of the entire sky in infrared light on Jan. 14, this orbiting telescope has beamed back more than a quarter of a million raw (unprocessed) infrared images. Four new, [...]

In Defense of Planet Earth- March 10

In Defense of Planet Earth- March 10

The West Los Angeles Group of the Sierra Club is proud to present “In Defense of Planet Earth” with Jessica Lass, Senior Press Secretary at the National Resources Defense Counsel,  NRDC. For almost 40 years, NRDC has been using law and science to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things. Learn how NRDC is working to [...]

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

A bit of an introduction- Like the character created by his more famous relative Edward Bellamy, Ted lay down to take a nap, and woke up in a very different world. In Ted’s case, he went to sleep in a quiet suburban hamlet in 1961, and awakened, 39 years later, in a bustling hub of one of the largest urban centers in the world. Unlike Edward’s character, Ted didn’t wake up in Utopia, [...]

Meghan Sahli-Wells    Audio Interview

Meghan Sahli-Wells Audio Interview

City council candidate Meghan Sahli-Wells sat down with Culver City Crossroads at the Grand Casino on Main Street last week, and spoke about her run for office and what Culver City means to her. After growing up here and then living abroad for many years, she made the decision to return home to raise her children in Culver City.  Click on the links below to listen. Meghan Sahli-Wells part [...]

Culver City Police News – February Blotter

Culver City Police News – February Blotter

Looking back at the month of Febrarury, the Culver city Police Department had some noteworthy arrests; On 2/2/10, Officers Al Casillas and Roy Lopez responded to the area of Washington Place and Huron Avenue in response to a suspicious person call.  The subject left the area before the officers arrived, but was found a short time laterhiding behind a vehicle.  Due to the officer’s thorough [...]

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