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KCET’s SoCal Connected – The “F” Word

KCET’s SoCal Connected – The “F” Word

 KCET's local news show SoCal Connected correspondent Jennifer London reports on the controversial oil and gas drilling technique that has L.A. county residents worried. To see a brief clip, click here -  http://www.kcet.org/shows/socal_connected/socal-connected-97.html As the fourth largest producer of oil and gas in the nation, California companies, like Plains Exploration Production are [...]

Los Angeles Womens Theater Festival – Career Time

Los Angeles Womens Theater Festival – Career Time

The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival will partner with Actor's Equity Association (AEA) for a panel discussion, "Crafting A Career: A Woman's Way" on Wednesday, March 21 at West Los Angeles College located a t 9000 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230. AEA is the national labor union that represents 49,000 professional stage actors and stage managers. Moderated by Joyce Guy, working [...]

Science Fair – Get Your Idea In Now

Science Fair – Get Your Idea In Now

Who do you think you are—Bill Nye the Science Guy!?! Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations is proud to promote to all students 5th grade thru 8th grade The South Bay Business Environmental Coalition’s 18th Annual Environmental Science Fair. www.sbbec.org The Science Fair provides students an opportunity to showcase their ideas and solutions to some of the environmental [...]

Malsin Offers Solutions

Malsin Offers Solutions

"When I am elected to City Council, I will use the experience I gained during my five years on the Planning Commission and six years on the City Council to implement substantial policy changes that address the big picture and set us on a path to long-term financial sustainability," says Scott Malsin. "I think Culver City deserves real solutions to real problems. Don't you?" Culver City has [...]

Ask 2 Know – Poll Results

Ask 2 Know – Poll Results

Was it the pizza? When the kids took their votes in last Wednesday evening at the "Ask 2 Know" City Council Candidates Forum,the results were flavorful. "The students in Ms. Gilbert-Rolfe's classes voted in a straw poll and chose Clarke, O'Leary, Sahli-Wells, and Weissman. They want to emphasize that they heard from each candidate only briefly and STRONGLY recommend that voters attend a forum, do [...]

Dear Editor- One More Reason

Dear Editor- One More Reason

Dear Editor, As a former Civil Service Commissioner, I never thought of the income or benefits that came with it. I just wanted to do my duty to my City. So, I'm pleased that Andy Weissman led the effort to reduce the benefits our City Councilmembers receive for their service to the City. When we volunteer our services to our City, financial gain should not be a part of the equation. I know [...]

Definiens Chamber Ensemble- Mar. 20 at Ivy Substation

Definiens Chamber Ensemble- Mar. 20 at Ivy Substation

Definiens, a Los Angeles based chamber music ensemble, will present a concert of chamber music from the 20th and 21st century on Tuesday, March 20th at 8pm at the Ivy Substation (9070 Venice Blvd., Culver City, 90232). This program will feature Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon’s piano trio Pale Yellow and Fiery Red, French composer Albert Roussel’s work Duo for bassoon and [...]

More Endorsements, Another Fundraiser for Sahli-Wells Council Campaign

More Endorsements, Another Fundraiser for Sahli-Wells Council Campaign

Meghan Sahli-Wells was recently honored with endorsements from the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, 47th Assembly District Democratic Club, the Sierra Club, and Culver City Employees Association, and as well as the support of the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors. These respected groups join a slate of prominent endorsers that already includes U.S. [...]

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

LOCALmotion – Jozelle Smith

We’re back! But this time? No inky fingers, no extra trash to fill up your recycling bin – just local news! News about the folks YOU know, news about the clubs, churches and organizations YOU belong to, and more! We’re in motion – in LOCALmotion! and we’d like you to be part of it. Send your press releases, club bulletins, or any newsy items you feel are fun and fit “to print” and [...]

Dear Editor- Ability and Action by Andy Weissman

Dear Editor- Ability and Action by Andy Weissman

I first met Andy Weissman when we worked together on the Measure V (City Charter) campaign. I was impressed with his intelligence and grasp of issues but, more importantly, I was taken with his ability to work well with disparate personalities and bring them to consensus. As we’ve seen in both Washington and Sacramento, good ideas are worthless if they can’t be put into action and Andy knows [...]

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