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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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The Final Interview- Robert Zirgulis

The Final Interview- Robert Zirgulis

Bringing the Culver City council campaign to a close, Crossroads will be giving the candidates one more chance to sum up. Candidate Robert Zirgulis spoke with Crossroads on April 5 at 10:30 a.m. about his latest focus. While seemingly unconcerned about matters such as the budget shortfall, the search for a new city manager, and the funding crisis in the schools,  Zirgulis kept firmly to the [...]

Charlotte’s Web At Kentwood Players

Charlotte’s Web At Kentwood Players

The Kentwood Players are delighted to present a Kentwood Kids Production of “Charlotte’s Web” by Joseph Robinette, adapted from the book by E.B. White. This classic tale about friendship, acceptance and coping with the realities of life unfolds in the barnyard, where timid Wilbur the pig develops a friendship with Charlotte, a spider who spins a most amazing web. Performances will be at [...]

Dear Readers- More Light

Dear Readers- More Light

Without breaking into a chorus of "Blinded By the Light" you may notice there's a whole lot of light bulbs going on here; that's the Culver City Crossroads graphic for letters to the editor. We think the light bulb is perfect, because when you have an idea, the best thing to do is write it and share it. We will be posting all letters daily from here until next Wednesday, when we find out who [...]

Dear Editor – Can’t Wait to Vote

Dear Editor – Can’t Wait to Vote

Dear Editor, In these few months running up to the election for city council of Culver City, it has become obvious that the only and best candidate for this position is Meghan Sahli-Wells. She has demonstrated her knowledge, interest, ability and dedication to our city and is the best one to help move us forward into the next decade. Meghan grew up here and has chosen to settle and raise her [...]

Dear Editor – Board VP Likes Malsin, Cooper

Dear Editor – Board VP Likes Malsin, Cooper

Dear Editor, Election day is April 13, and we, the voters of Culver City, have the opportunity to help positively shape our city’s future. I urge you to join me in voting for both Scott Malsin and Jeff Cooper for City Council. In tough financial times, we need experience and leadership, and these are traits shared by both Scott and Jeff. As the Vice President of the Culver City Unified [...]

Dear Editor- Now is the Time

Dear Editor- Now is the Time

Dear Editor, The ability to listen and learn – when Culver City residents express their views on important issues – is a fundamental characteristic that we want for those we elect to serve four years on our City Council. It is absolutely a time for a change in attitude. It is time to thank Mr. Malsin for his four years. More importantly, it is the time to elect two fresh NEW members to [...]

Dear Editor- For the Record

Dear Editor- For the Record

Dear Editor, Thank you for publishing my letter. While re-reading it, I realized that I had omitted one word during the re-writing and editing of my letter. I didn’t catch my omission before I sent it to you. I always strive to be accurate and accountable and that’s why I am writing to you now. Lesson learned. Working with multiple computers in multiple locations on the same document [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Venus and Mercury Pair Up in Twilight For the next week, the two closest planets to the Sun will shine together low in the twilight after sundown. Anyone can see them; they’ll form an eye-catching pair. You’ll just need a clear sky and an open view toward the west, about 30 to 60 minutes after sunset. “Mercury is pretty hard to spot most of the time, so a lot of people have never [...]

Happy Birthday to Dr. Paul Carlson

Happy Birthday to Dr. Paul Carlson

Culver City Crossroads celebrates the birthday of Dr. Paul Carlson, after whom we re-christened Victory Park. What's the story?  Glad you asked... Paul Carlson (March 31, 1928 – November 24, 1964) was a medical missionary of the Evangelical Covenant Church that served in Wasolo, a city in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was killed in 1964 by rebel insurgents after being [...]

Aprilfest Comedy Marathon at Bluebird Cafe

Aprilfest Comedy Marathon at Bluebird Cafe

The ”Aprilfest Comedy Marathon” on April 3 at the Bluebird Cafe is sure to be a great time for a great cause. The event will be highlighted this year with a benefit for Terry Shapiro who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 18 months ago. This evening of comedy will take place on at  8572 National Blvd., 90232, 6:30 pm until midnight, tickets are only $25. You can also attend a pre-show [...]

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