The rich have gotten richer. Good for them and bad for everyone else. On my morning commute the other day, I stopped at a new cafe I had been meaning to try. I ordered a small coffee and a croissant,...
Judge Not? A Deconstruction of Judicial Elections. Every election, the judicial races are mysterious. It is tempting to rely on candidates' statements in the back of the ballot booklet, but these statements are printed at the candidates' expense. Judges seldom aggressively...
Who doesn't love a firefighter? Well, in Culver City there's even more of a reason to make this statement true--more than just their ability to look great in their fire gear, awesome-ly slide down poles, and save lives at a moment's...
Culver City is a diverse, innovative and intergenerationally robust community. Large employers such as Sony, Symantec, Amazon Studios and Apple Studios choose to locate in Culver City because of our high-quality schools, our adaptive and responsive emergency services provided...
People have a variety of reasons for their positions on Measure K depending in part on the depth and breadth of their familiarity with education funding in general and CCUSD’s budget in particular.  I’m supporting Measure K for two...
Vote Yes on Measure K Dear Editor, This letter is in support of Measure K, on the November 6 ballot. By any reasonable standard, our schools are under-funded. Whether you blame state or county government, bureaucracy, politicians, or something else, it's undeniable that the...
Dear Editor, In Culver City, we strive to be a “city of kindness” through caring about each other and our community health and safety issues, our animal population and the environment. On November 6, 2018, we will be able to vote...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Luw2OSfo04 The red carpet rolled out, on Saturday, September 29, to welcome Culver City leaders and community members, excited to be the first to experience the stunning new remodel of the historical landmark building, The Robert Frost Auditorium. The evening kicked...
As Culver City prepares for the grand re-opening of the Robert Frost Auditorium community members reflect on its long history and the years’ long effort it took to bring the dramatic transformation of a Culver City historical landmark to...
You may think you know the story of bookstores: how indies were replaced by chains, which were replaced by discounters, then superstores, then Amazon. You might ask, doesn't everyone read eBooks now anyway, if they read at all? Culver...

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