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As the Ships Go Down, Selfish Captains Take a Powder


Dateline Dayton – What ever happened to the gallant notion of the captain heroically going down with his ship? A little over two years ago, a Costa cruise ship rammed into a reef, killing 32. The captain was among the first to flee the ship. He is now on trial for his actions. He defended his escape by rationalizing that “I could better direct rescue operations from land.” We will see what

Council Votes Lukewarm Support for Measure CC

George Laase

The City Council on Monday night passed a resolution in support of the School District’s Measure CC, the School Board’s $106M bond measure. It seemed Mayor Jeff Cooper seemed somewhat surprised when member Mehaul O’Leary said he wanted to comment before they voted on

Aladdin, Jr. Is up Next for dee-Lightful Productions

A & E

The kids of dee-Lightful Productions are doing another fun show. Culver City’s own children’s musical theatre group, dee-Lightful Productions, is proud to announce our upcoming production of Disney’s Aladdin, Jr., the weekend of May

Shame on You


By Judy Scott. It matters not at all to me whether we agree on policy, positions or personnel, I read your blog faithfully, every day. But in my opinion, you went way too far yesterday when you wrote

A Town Hall for Grocers Next Week


Dateline Sacramento – Board of Equalization member George Runner will host a telephone Town Hall for California’s grocers next Wednesday at 10 a.m. The free event, co-hosted by the California Grocers Assn., will provide information on tax issues specific to the grocery and convenience store

First Step Taken to Change Status of Ice Arena


Now that the Cultural Affairs Commission has agreed with a request to grant “significant historical” status to the temporarily shut down Culver City Ice Arena, what happens? The noise you may have heard was a shrug. Answers are awaited. As an advisory body, the Cultural Affairs group last evening agreed with the Culver Ice Foundation’s suggestion to recommend the “significant” label for the rink. This will be forwarded to the City Council, and no one knows how

For Normal Americans – a Rare Triumph


The volatile Supreme Court awarded a decades-overdue victory to normative Americans yesterday. Emphatically, the Court planted burning crosses on the lawns of the victim-centric white, black and brown racists who lead the Democrat party by slapping down Michigan’s deceitfully named “affirmative action” law. Now students of color, on the first try, will have to spell c-a-t from memory instead of acting like a cool

Why Chief Pedersen Is a Good Bet to Conquer His New Test


Asst. Inspector Gen. Don Pedersen, the second longest serving Culver City Police Chief in late history, is a week and a half into his new appointment, following a weekend of abbreviated retirement, April 12-13. Chief Pedersen and his new boss, County Inspector Gen. Max Huntsman, are jointly setting sail into quite uncharted enforcement waters – overseeing the actions of one of the country’s most criticized Sheriff’s
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