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Just A Thought- Honesty and Policy

Just A Thought- Honesty and Policy

I think of myself as an honest person. I believe that lying is wrong, and that telling the truth is the best way to go. I recently had a situation where it was brought home to me very clearly that honesty is not always the best idea in every situation and it has made me reconsider the policy itself. “Mommy I can’t breathe.” Four of the most terrifying words in the English language, [...]

Cooper Continues to Cruise on Jan. 9

Cooper Continues to Cruise on Jan. 9

Join Jeff Cooper, candidate for Culver City Council, at his second in a series of neighborhood bike rides on Jan. 9 at 2 p.m. at Veterans Park children's playground located at Culver Blvd. and Overland Ave. Jeff will be riding his Barris Beach Cruiser with his family, friends and supporters throughout the Veterans Park and downtown neighborhoods to talk with neighbors and see beautiful Culver [...]

New Years Resolutions for Your Real Estate By Natalie Bergman

New Years Resolutions for Your Real Estate By Natalie Bergman

Taking stock is the natural thing to do at the close of the year. Staying on track and having a financial plan can make all the difference between traveling into the future with a flight plan or just flapping your wings to stay in the air with no direction in sight. When it comes to real estate, there are some simple and important things you can do to protect your investment, and save [...]

Welcome to 2010

Welcome to 2010

As the light came up on the morning, I found myself still savoring the last of the darkness. My favorite view of downtown Culver City in the evening chill this past December is a postcard of a moment I will always remember as an epiphany. To quote an old Irish blessing, "May the path be clear before us, may the past be clean behind us, and may those we love walk with us as we travel down the [...]

Second Chance to See AVPA’s Nicholas Nickleby

Second Chance to See AVPA’s Nicholas Nickleby

For those lucky enough to get seats this past November to see Culver City High School 's Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) production of Nicholas Nickleby, there is no surprise that the production was selected for top honors by the California Educational Theatre Association (CETA). Charles Dickens' dynamic journey was brought to life by a talented cast and crew, directed by AVPA [...]

Parenting Puzzles- Marni Parsons

Parenting Puzzles- Marni Parsons

Q. How do you teach your child how to be angry? I fully agree with Lyman Abbott, but am stymied by this issue. Anger seems to beget more anger around our house, sadly. A. Thanks, Colleen, for this question. I know that you are not alone in wondering how to teach your child to be angry. Most people, whether aware of it or not, think that children should be seen and not heard especially when [...]

Auto Club Re-opens Culver City Office

Auto Club Re-opens Culver City Office

Before the New Year even begins, the American Automobile Association has reopened their doors in Culver City, at 4512 Sepulveda Blvd. “Now, don’t tell too many people,” commented Branch Manager Warren Moore “we are only open with a skeleton staff right now, and we’re busy as it is.” A half a dozen people were already there to make use of the office on bright December morning. The [...]

Just a Thought- Well Worth the Weight

Just a Thought- Well Worth the Weight

The moment that I am struggling with the fact that it’s too cold to open a window, and it’s dark at five o’clock in the afternoon, the mail carrier shows up with five pounds of baklava. Yep, really, five whole pounds. There is winter, and then there are holidays. It is of course a gift, sent from a thoughtful relative, who wants to sweeten the celebration. As I am the only person around [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich-New Year’s Tastes

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich-New Year’s Tastes

Today's Farmers Market is a great place to shop for healthy holiday entertaining. See 2009 out in style with friends and family while supporting local farms and farmers. This week's Farmer's Table provides some easy, hassle-free appetizer recipes. Shoppers at the Culver City Farmers Market are fortunate to have a wide selection of gourmet items as well as fresh seasonal fruit, vegetables, [...]

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