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Staff

Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

Ruth's Truths - Ruth Morris

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Living in Culver City

A Little Vanity for the Soul – Elisabeth Hebert

A Little Vanity for the Soul – Elisabeth Hebert

As much as I love all the new restaurants that have opened in downtown Culver City, you may not have noticed a hip and trendy retail boutique is here for all to enjoy. The Vanity Room on Main Street - right between the Grand Casino and the Cosmetology School. I could even ride my bike there – which is a dangerous thought since I have always loved the clothes. Easy access may tempt me too [...]

Culver City Living ? Look Online

Culver City Living ? Look Online

It used to come to your mailbox, but those days are over. Saving paper, being green and expanding access, the Winter 2011 Culver City Living Recreation Brochure went online today. Please visit www.culvercity.org/CulverCityLiving to view the latest information on all the Parks and Recreation   programs and services. This is the 2nd edition of the exclusive online, all-green Culver City Living [...]

Just a Thought – Festival of Lights

Just a Thought – Festival of Lights

There isn’t a culture that doesn’t have one. In the deep darkness of winter, the wind grows cold and the sun disappears in mid-afternoon. Our senses crave light as much as they crave warmth. The Hindus celebrate Dwali, Scandinavians celebrate Santa Lucia, and Jews celebrate Hanukkah, pagans celebrate Yule and Christians celebrate Christmas. Perhaps it’s the primal affection for fire as much [...]

Welcome To CulverCity Crossroads

Welcome To CulverCity Crossroads

During the past year,  I  heard two comments every day. People told me how much they enjoyed reading my column, and wondered why there wasn’t a website. Now there is a website that will focus on Culver City in a fresh and innovative way. Culver City Crossroads is a site for local news and features, covering arts, education, green living and of course, politics from many perspectives. While [...]