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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

Kairos Dance Company will present “Light in the Moonless Midnight” which explores the stories of six individuals who have been touched by mental illness, and shows mental illness in its past, present, and hopeful future through dance. Kairos Dance Company is a non profit 501 C(3) that uses dance as a platform to bring awareness to social issues in order to better our community. Kairos [...]

Smart Gardening? Learn How from CC and LA Public Works

Smart Gardening? Learn How from CC and LA Public Works

Join Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations and Los Angeles County Public Works for a Beginners Smart Gardening Workshop on Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 9:30am to 11:00am Doors open at 9am. Beginner workshops provide hands-on instruction on the basic techniques of composting, worm composting, water-wise gardening, and grasscycling. Participants will be able to purchase a [...]

Bucket List Revue @ Senior Center – June 27

Bucket List Revue @ Senior Center – June 27

Back by popular demand! Get ready for the third installment of the Bucket List Actors Revue, slated for Tuesday, June 27 at 1:00 at the Culver City Senior Center. Creativity is never lost, it just improves with time  Honing their creative passions at the Culver City Senior Center, many of these performers have had thriving careers as comedians, actors, singers, dancers and writers. Most of [...]

Mitchell and Lara Send Criminal Justice Reform To Governor

Mitchell and Lara Send Criminal Justice Reform To Governor

The California Legislature sent Gov. Brown the first in a package of criminal justice-reform bills seeking to improve public safety, save taxpayers money and put greater emphasis on prevention, rehabilitation and maintaining family cohesion. Specifically, Senate Bill 355 addresses the problem of innocent defendants being required to reimburse the courts for the cost of appointed counsel by [...]

Rose To Retire from Chamber of Commerce

Rose To Retire from Chamber of Commerce

Steven J. Rose, President/CEO of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, announced his retirement at the chamber’s June Board of Directors meeting this morning. Rose has served as president/CEO of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce for over three decades beginning in 1987 and will stay on until a replacement is hired. In his comments to the Board, Rose stated that he enjoyed the “great [...]

CCPD Notes Traffic, Bike and Pedestrian Focus Through July

CCPD Notes Traffic, Bike and Pedestrian Focus Through July

The Culver City Police Department will step up Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations through the end of July 2017, with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. The department has mapped out locations over the past 3 years where pedestrian and bike collisions have occurred along with the violations that led to those [...]

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

The Skinny – Amy Brunell

What you think, do and say...Is it any of my business? Byron Katie asks, “What’s my business, your business and God’s business?” This question is helping me to change some of my deepest core reactions. I wasn’t aware of how much I get involved with others business, who just instead, want a friend to listen. The challenge is paying attention to when are you stepping off your own [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Astronomers and solar physicists will be out in force during this summer’s total eclipse of the Sun (https://eclipse.aas.org/eclipse-america), now just two months away. They’ll use ground-based telescopes, airborne instruments, and orbiting satellites to shed new light on some of the Sun’s best-kept secrets. But if there’s one thing the American Astronomical Society (AAS) wants you to [...]

Exchange Club’s 51st Annual Fireworks Show @ WLAC

Exchange Club’s 51st Annual Fireworks Show @ WLAC

The Culver City Exchange Club’s 51st Annual July 4th Fireworks Show will be held at West Los Angeles College on the evening of Tuesday, July 4. Gates open at 4:00 pm and fireworks begin at dusk. West Los Angeles College is located just north of the Westfield Culver City mall on Overland near Jefferson at 9000 Overland Avenue, Culver City 90230. The suggested donation is $5 per person ($0 for [...]

Dear Editor – Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling

Dear Editor – Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling

Dear Editor, Perhaps you’ve heard of Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling – Los Angeles (STAND-LA). This group works to protect the community health and safety of Angelinos who live near oil and gas drilling sites. Proximity to oil and gas operations can compromise community health; STAND-LA seeks an ordinance to establish 2500 foot set backs separating oil and gas operations from [...]

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