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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Transition Culver City- April Potluck/ Local Food

Transition Culver City- April Potluck/ Local Food

Local food - What is it? Check out Transition Culver City's April meeting.There will be a panel of amazing people helping us learn about what's already happening in Culver City and what's in the works. We have an active CSA (Consumer Supported Agriculture)organization, a farmer's market, a community garden and folks working on more new community gardens. Find out how you can get involved in [...]

Culver City Education Foundation’s “Tribute to the Stars”

Culver City Education Foundation’s “Tribute to the Stars”

The Culver City Education foundation will present the 12th Annual "Tribute to the Stars" on  Friday, May 7, and all of Culver City is invited. Please come and honor our award winners from each school. This year's award winners are- Patty Eskridge - Sony Pictures Entertainment Teacher of the Year Diane Lococo -Tower Insurance Associates Classified Employee of the Year Rita Zide -Westfield [...]

Candidate Newell to Hold Health Care Forum

Candidate Newell to Hold Health Care Forum

The Newell for Congress campaign will host a forum discussion about the new federal Health Care Act this Wednesday, March 31 from 6  to 7:30 p.m. at the Lucy Florence Coffee House and Cultural Center in Los Angeles. At the forum, Deputy City Attorney Felton Newell, a Congressional candidate for the 33rd district, will provide an overview about the law's provisions and take questions from the [...]

Dear Editor- Excellent, Eloquent Meghan

Dear Editor- Excellent, Eloquent Meghan

Dear Editor, I am writing this letter to all the women of Culver City to invite them to join me in voting for Meghan Sahli-Wells. The first time I had the pleasure of meeting Meghan was at a "Meet and Greet" event where she very eloquently explained her position and answered all questions in an excellent manner. Mr. Scott Tittrington, you need to admit to a bad choice of phrase, “overcome [...]

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

With Easter just around the corner, now is the time to stock up on farm fresh eggs at the Tuesday Culver City Farmers Market. For centuries, the coming of spring has been marked by celebrations. There are many spring traditions, and decorated eggs – a sign of rebirth – are an important part of the festivities marking the spring equinox in Persian communities and Easter in Christian [...]

VIDEO: “Get Out the Parental Vote” Candidates Forum

VIDEO: “Get Out the Parental Vote” Candidates Forum

Saturday March 27,  Culver City had it's last city council candidates forum before the April 13 election at Farragut Elementary. Candidates Scott Malsin, Meghan Sahli-Wells, Jeff Cooper and Robert Zirgulis were all there to present their positions on public school, business and residential priorities, and how to plan for the future. If you didn't have the chance to join us, it's all here for you [...]

Dear Editor- Does One Vote Make a Difference?

Dear Editor- Does One Vote Make a Difference?

Bravo Judith. I agree wholeheartedly with your sentiments and convictions. One reason for voter apathy might be because people don't believe that their vote makes any difference. The political process seems overwhelming, corrupt, etc, etc. I understand that if you're not part of the solution you're part of the problem. I get the concept of government "by the people for the people". My mother [...]

Just A Thought- Up the Spiral

Just A Thought- Up the Spiral

Public speaking is known to be one of the things we fear instinctively, like loud noises. While I have the curious habit of reaching for the things I fear most, I feel that it's only by testing the waters that I ever learn to swim. I don't attempt to do things I know take real training and experience; say, flying a plane or conducting an orchestra. But if what is needed is just courage and will, [...]

Andy Weissman’s Mayoral Luncheon Keeps the Focus Positive

Andy Weissman’s Mayoral Luncheon Keeps the Focus Positive

As the Vets Auditorium filled with locals in business suits and high heels, there were two recurring themes in the atmosphere; “Hasn’t Andy done a great job?” and “Things are still really tight.” The realtors and Rotarians who lined up to wait their turn for the buffet lunch with the city staff and council members were easy in their praise for the mayor. But the crisis in the school [...]

Bass Endorses Malsin

Bass Endorses Malsin

Karen Bass, Speaker Emeritus of the California State Assembly, has announced her support for Councilman Scott Malsin in his re-election bid for a seat on the City Council on the April 13 ballot. Bass called Malsin “uniquely qualified to guide Culver City during these difficult economic times” and cited Malsin’s four years of experience on the City Council and his ability to look for [...]

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