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Dear Editor – Happy to Vote

Dear Editor – Happy to Vote

Why am I so excited about this year's Culver City election? I get the chance to vote for Meghan Sahli-Wells. Culver City is ready for the breath of fresh air that Meghan will bring to city government. The voices she speaks for are often under-represented. We all want the kind of growth that gives us a strong tax base but we also want responsible growth. I feel confident that we have a unique [...]

Dear Editor – Private Life or Public Service?

Dear Editor – Private Life or Public Service?

Dear Editor: I have had the privilege of participating in Culver City elections for the last 45 years as a candidate and supporter of candidates. Culver City residents have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to support qualified men and women who have been willing to make personal and business sacrifices in order to serve our City. Until now, I cannot remember an election in which a [...]

LA Women’s Theater Festival @Ivy Tonight

LA Women’s Theater Festival @Ivy Tonight

For one very special night, the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival returns to Culver City for the second year in a row to offer a program for Culver City residents on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 8pm at The Ivy Substation located at 9070 Venice Boulevard in Culver City, CA 90232. This year's theme is ENCORE! to mark the Festival's return and Festival performers who have performed with LAWTF in [...]

Dear Editor – New Neighbor is Big Fan

Dear Editor – New Neighbor is Big Fan

Dear Editor, I am writing today in support of Meghan Sahli-Wells for Culver City City Council. I am a newcomer to Culver City. I moved here only in July, but it was love at first sight. I live in a great neighborhood—near downtown, within a few minutes walk from shopping, theatres, cinema, restaurants, and the Tuesday Farmers Market. I can bike a block to the Ballona Creek bike path, or [...]

Crime Blotter – Check Up on Those Checks

Crime Blotter – Check Up on Those Checks

Crime Blotter for March 20 through the 26th. Residential Burglary: On March 20, 2012 at 2:42 pm, officers responded to the 3800 block of Sawtelle Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers spoke with the victim and he told them the following; he and his wife left for vacation and secured their residence. On March 20th the landlord discovered that the bathroom window screen had [...]

Dear Editor – Meghan as Visionary

Dear Editor – Meghan as Visionary

Meghan Sahli-Wells is a favorite candidate for City Council because of her visionary leadership. She rallied her neighbors to insist on wise redevelopment practices in her backyard. Then she extended her leadership further, to the bike initiative, thereby putting Culver City on the cutting edge of wise policies that ensure good healthy urban growth. I trust her leadership. She is action-packed [...]

Dear Editor- Malsin Working With Experience

Dear Editor- Malsin Working With Experience

Dear Editor, In this era of polarization rather than collaboration, we need City Council representatives that are accessible, responsive and reasonable team players. We need Council members who are willing to make the tough decisions that will preserve our quality of life in Culver City. Scott Malsin has consistently demonstrated all of these qualities and more. In his long-term commitment to [...]

New Chambers for the Chamber of Commerce

New Chambers for the Chamber of Commerce

April 2, 2012 is opening day of the Culver City Chamber's new office at Westfield Culver City in Suite #1260 on the ground floor. The office will be located under Target and around the corner from BestBuy. The (old) Chamber office will be closed Thursday, March 29 and Friday, March 30. The chamber will maintain the same telephone numbers, email addresses as well as our web present. The only [...]

Dear Editor- Weissman’s a Winner

Dear Editor- Weissman’s a Winner

Dear Editor, Every election brings with it new personalities, new promises and new ideas – some sensible, and some, not so, sensible. Having gotten to know the 2012 City Council candidates, I think it’s clear that one person stands out. Andy Weissman has decades of experience not just living in Culver City, but serving Culver City. He is a tremendous asset to our city and someone who [...]

TecHuman – Scott Wyant

TecHuman – Scott Wyant

He Happened to Be Black -- Every once in a while, bit of language catches the attention of the staff here at TechHuman. Like just this week, while we were listening to the radio. The conversation turned to the history of boxing, and the commentator said, "Heavyweight Champion Jack Johnson, who happened to be black…" And we said, "Whoa. Jack Johnson happened to be black?" Sometimes context [...]

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