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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

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Scheer Affection- Advice by Rachel Sheer

Scheer Affection- Advice by Rachel Sheer

Crossroads presents our newest columnist; Rachel Scheer Dear Rachel, I've been happily married for twenty years. My husband and I have a great relationship, but I'm never in the mood for sex. What do I do? -Cheryl, 44 I have found that the most common sexual concern women have is lack of desire. You may need to work on communicating with your partner if you're upset with him. You can also [...]

Upward Bound House Fundraiser- March 12

Upward Bound House Fundraiser- March 12

The highly acclaimed Queen Bee Waxing Salon & Spa is re-opening to great fanfare on Friday, March 12. The “by invitation only” soiree, which starts at 6:00 pm, will feature an exciting silent auction, including signed donations from Neil Diamond, The San Diego Chargers and more! 100% of the proceeds from the auction will be donated to Upward Bound House. “Upward Bound House is [...]

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Looking Forward by Ted Bellamy

Parking -- A Modest Proposal (with apologies to Jonathan Swift this time) Last week we established that there’s no such thing as free parking anymore, the way I remember it from the 1960's. If you’re not paying for your parking, someone else is paying for it. Another big change I’ve noticed is the percentage of our real estate that’s devoted to automobiles. Streets are wider, [...]

Police Association Endorses Cooper and Malsin

Police Association Endorses Cooper and Malsin

The Culver City Police Officers Association (CCPOA) has endorsed Jeff Cooper  and Scott Malsin for City Council. “I am honored and proud to have endorsement of Culver City’s finest.” Jeff Cooper said when he learned of the CCPOA’s endorsement. “We should not and cannot compromise on our public safety – we should provide the men and women who protect us with all of the resources [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

“The most delicious fruit known to men” is how Mark Twain described the tropical cherimoya, or custard apple, native to the Andean highland valleys of Ecuador, Peru and Chile. Long a favorite of those who've had a chance to enjoy its smooth, lusious flesh, this fruit is rarely found for sale commercially here in the United States. It bruises easily, and has a relatively short shelf life. [...]

CEQA and Global Warming Symposium Sponsored by Sierra Club

CEQA and Global Warming Symposium Sponsored by Sierra Club

The Sierra Club to teach you to use the law to protect the planet global warming and land use environmental law workshop to be held Saturday, March 27 by Ursula Vosylius, the chair of the Angeles Chapter Legal Committee Conservation activists, especially those who work on issues related to endangered species, global warming, and land use, are encouraged to attend the CEQA, Global Warming and [...]

Culver City Education Foundation- Eat Italian!

Culver City Education Foundation- Eat Italian!

If you are hungry for a an opportunity to support the Culver City Schools, this is the week to eat Italian at Ugo Logo. Drop in at 3865 Cardiff Ave. from Monday March 8 until Thursday March 11, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., just mention CCEF and 10 % of you bill will be donated to the grant programs- Not only will you support our schools, but you also get a free dessert. The lobster ravioli is a ticket to [...]

League Forum at Council Chambers on March 16

League Forum at Council Chambers on March 16

The League of Women Voters Culver City Unit will present a City Council candidate forum at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16 to prepare voters for Culver City’s April 13 municipal election. Television coverage will be provided on cable channel 35. Questions for the candidates may be submitted in advance by e-mail to voterservice@lwvlosangeles.org. In addition, a limited number of verbal [...]

Women’s History Month- Culver City Style – Video

Women’s History Month- Culver City Style – Video

Crossroads is celebrating Women's History Month by interviewing some of our most notable political females; the former mayors of Culver City. In a video presentation, Jozelle Smith, in her own words-

Stand Up 4 Schools

Stand Up 4 Schools

At the Culver City School complex at Farragut and Elenda this morning, hundreds of students, parents, teachers and employees turned out to protest the education cuts in the state budget. At El Marino Elementary School, protesters got the passing traffic honking in accord with the banner that said "Save Our Schools." More cuts will be decided upon at the next school board meeting on [...]

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