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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Rainbow Day- Ballet de Folclorico do Brasil

Rainbow Day- Ballet de Folclorico do Brasil

The Culver City Redevelopment Agency and The Music Center of Los Angeles County will present Ballet Folclórico do Brasil, at The Help Group on Saturday, April 10 at 11 a.m. as part of the Rainbow Day family program. This event is presented on the west side of Culver City which is experiencing a time of revitalization. The Help Group is located at 12101 West Washington Boulevard and a dining [...]

“Charlotte’s Web” with the Kentwood Kids

“Charlotte’s Web” with the Kentwood Kids

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 Editor- Reasons to Like Cooper and Malsin

Dear Editor- Reasons to Like Cooper and Malsin

Dear Editor, Now that we are entering our 10th year as Culver City residents, we have had the amazing opportunity to enjoy Culver City's way of life. We've seen the city develop and change right before our eyes, and we've had the opportunity to participate in helping our community grow in a way that we feel is responsible to its residents by volunteering at our schools, in our parks, and [...]

Zirgulis to Take Red Light Protest to Sacramento

Zirgulis to Take Red Light Protest to Sacramento

Robert Zirgulis candidate for Culver City Council, plans to take his protest against red light camera tickets to Sacramento this week. "I will be demonstrating against red light camera tickets in Sacramento and plan on visiting all the California senators of the Transportation Committee on March 18 to persuade them to vote against legislative bill SB 949," stated Zirgulis. "There are [...]

Realtors Endorse Malsin

Realtors Endorse Malsin

Adding to Scott Malsin’s long list supporters, the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors has announced that that organization, which represents 4,000 realtors, will support Malsin in his re-election bid. “We believe that his depth of experience, understanding of the issues, and sophisticated problem solving skills make him deserving of a second term in office,” said [...]

Cooper Gets Firefighters Endorsement

Cooper Gets Firefighters Endorsement

The Culver City Firefighters Association has endorsed Jeff Cooper for City Council. “I am very honored and proud to have the endorsement of Culver City’s Firefighters,” Jeff Cooper said when he learned of the endorsement. “I know that fire and emergency services are critical to our community. Having a Fire Department that is exceptional and responsive speaks volumes about our [...]

“Front and Center” Offers Outstanding Theater Students at the School Board Meeting

“Front and Center” Offers Outstanding Theater Students at the School Board Meeting

At the March 9 board meeting, the District Community Arts Team co-chairs including the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Gwenis Laura, District Arts Consultant, Inez  Bush and Farragut parent, Kathleen McKernin were presented with a proclamation for March is Arts Education Month by the school board. Next was the inaugural presentation of the NEW CCUSD Theatre Collaborative [...]

Letter to the Editor- Support for Sahli-Wells

Letter to the Editor- Support for Sahli-Wells

To the Editor: I am writing to express my enthusiastic and wholehearted support for Meghan Sahli-Wells for City Council. I am a 15-year Culver City resident and homeowner, and the mother of two children in Culver City schools. My husband and I chose Culver City as our home because of its strong, vibrant schools; its safe, close-knit neighborhoods; and its culturally diverse and dedicated [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Corned beef and cabbage and ? That's a question many of us face each March 17 as we plan a St. Patrick's Day meal. Corned beef and cabbage are part of the Irish-American tradition. In the “Old Country,” beef was expensive, as most Irish beef was exported to England. Families generally did not have beef cattle for their own use, just one or two dairy cows. So pork, including salt pork and [...]

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

How did “hearsay” come to mean evidence? As you know, I went to sleep in 1961, and only woke up a couple of weeks ago. One of my favorite TV shows back then was “Perry Mason.” Great spooky theme music, Barbara Hale, perfect. In nearly every show, when DA Hamilton Burger was trying to pin the crime on Perry’s client, a witness would say “Well, Joey told me so” and Perry would [...]

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