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...
Op-Ed: The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own. I’ve been made aware of some disgruntled rumblings regarding the upcoming Culver City Board of Education Election. Because there aren’t a lot of candidates to choose from, the familiar...
While the nation prepares for the impactful midterm elections this November 6th, Culver City residents will have an additional opportunity: to vote for an issue equally relevant to the city--and its much heralded school district. Supporters of the measure are...
Drive around any Culver City neighborhood and new construction or remodels are popping up, as evidenced by a preponderance of wire fences and port-a-potties. The in-construction houses become a neighborhood topic of discussion, as neighbors speculate on if the...
If a major disaster occurs, the fire department, paramedics, and police will not come to your home--they will first be deployed to major incidents such as collapsed buildings. This is why Culver City CERT (Community Emergency Response Training) trains...
“Doctor Feelgood” (MED OPS) 100 – Ironing boards, surfboards, and inside doors can all be used as this.  What is a backboard? 200 – We put someone in this triage category when they’re breathing faster than 30 breaths/min. What is immediate? 300...
  Former school principal and CC resident Tashon McKeithan, running for the open position on the Culver City School Board, celebrated the launch of her campaign on August 4, 2018, in school board member Kelly Kent, Ph.D.’s garden. A group of...
Op-Ed “Almost every week, I find myself part of a press conference responding in shock, dismay and resoluteness to the horrible images and actions coming out of Washington against our immigrant brothers and sisters… As James Baldwin said to Angela...
Op-Ed Recent weeks have provided a sharp reminder of why Culver City adopted a “sanctuary” resolution in early 2017. We should not only fully implement that resolution after long delays but should go further in protecting immigrant community members. That...
Op-Ed: Views expressed in this commentary are the author's own. It’s been nearly two months since our new city council was sworn in and when the vice mayoral rotation turned out to be other than what some Culver City residents expected. ...

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