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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Kindergarten Transition Workshop

Kindergarten Transition Workshop

Are there questions about kindergarten readiness in your family ? Come and join us for an evening of discussion surrounding the myths and facts of kindergarten preparation and transitioning. This is an opportunity to ask crucial questions and get valuable information. This panel led discussion will include preschool teachers, kindergarten teachers and parents of children currently enrolled in [...]

Audio Interview- Robert Zirgulis

Audio Interview- Robert Zirgulis

Crossroads interviewed City Council candidate Robert Zirgulis at his “coffee chat” station on Sunday morning Feb. 14 at downtown Culver City’s Starbucks. With his dog Bowie as his “campaign manager” in attendance, Zirguilis talked about why he is in the race, and offered his views on (surprise!) “environmentally safe oil drilling” and red light cameras. Interview Candidate Robert [...]

Alan Elmont Directs the Pledge

Alan Elmont Directs the Pledge

Dear Editor, If you read this aloud with pauses at the comma's with or without patriotic ferver there remains a palpable difference in the meaning of the words than recited with the rote improper pauses which I believe dissociates the speaker from the "pledge". But not being a man of strong opinion....or many..... :) Alan Elmont US Code TITLE 4 > CHAPTER 1 > § 4Prev | Next [...]

Booster Club Gambles on Casino Night Fundraiser

Booster Club Gambles on Casino Night Fundraiser

Ask yourself this important question- Do you feel lucky? Culver City High School Booster Club will be hosting a Casino Night on Saturday, Feb 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium as a fundraiser for the school. The casino night is the biggest single fundraiser for the CCHS booster club. LA Slots will provide 25 casino black jack tables, two casino craps tables, and ten [...]

Meghan and Scott Approach Election on the Same Path

Meghan and Scott Approach Election on the Same Path

The Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV) – the local organization that has supported pro-environment candidates in Los Angeles County for more than three decades  announced its endorsement of Meghan Sahli-Wells and Scott Malsin for the Culver City Council in the upcoming April 13th election. “Scott Malsin and Meghan Sahli-Wells have demonstrated a deep understanding and clear [...]

Kentwood Players Offer “Li’l Abner”

Kentwood Players Offer “Li’l Abner”

Kentwood Players continues its 60th Anniversary Season with the musical “Li’l Abner” from Friday, March 12 through Saturday, April 17 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at the Westchester Playhouse located at 8301 Hindry Avenue in Westchester. With book by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, the musical is based on characters created by Al Capp, with lyrics by Johnny [...]

Friends of the Library Book Sale- Feb. 20

Friends of the Library Book Sale- Feb. 20

Looking for a new friend or an old treasure? There's s sure to be one at the Spring Book Sale, hosted by the Culver City Friends of the Library. Tables will be filled with novels, non-fiction, childrens books and more, all donated for the fundraiser. Saturday, Feb. 20 at the Culver City  Julian Dixon Library.  As always, the sale will also include a huge selection of gently used CDs, DVDs and [...]

Meghan Sahli-Wells Wins Democratic Club Endorsement

Meghan Sahli-Wells Wins Democratic Club Endorsement

Culver City Democratic Club meeting on Feb. 10 at the Rotunda Room at the Vets Building voted to endorse Meghan Sahli-Wells after an hour long debate with all four candidates for city council. Despite a second ballot, no other candidate won enough votes to qualify. Ronnie Jayne was the capable and deft moderator for the evening, and all four of the candidates for council were present, [...]

College Dance Theater  “Barely There”

College Dance Theater “Barely There”

Collage Dance Theatre’s first performance of their 25th anniversary year will be  a new dance installation at the  SPF: a Gallery, in Culver City. This new performance is inspired by the late conceptual artist Fred Sandback, who created works indicating the volume of sculpture, without the mass. With materials such as yarn, wire and string he made outlines in space and compared his art [...]

Congresswoman Diane Watson to Retire

Congresswoman Diane Watson to Retire

Rep. Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles), a noted local politician for more than thirty years, will announce her retirement from Congress this Thursday. Watson, 76, will hold a news conference tomorrow to announce her plans. A Democrat is expected to win the district, which stretches from Culver City to midtown Los Angeles and north to Hollywood. Watson's retirement would create an open California [...]

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