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Poetic Justice: Rhymes for Our Times


Op-Ed

Readers may know that my husband Charley is a rocket scientist and aerospace engineer. After retiring, he began teaching rocket engineers at CSULB and now at my campus, CSULA.

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Just Like Magic at Woman’s Club Ice Cream Social


News
By Jane Thomey
Celebrity magician Fantastic Fig and his cat, Newton will be the featured family entertainment at the Culver City Woman’s Club Ice Cream Social on Saturday afternoon, April 26.

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Thank You for Sharing


Letters
By Mark Scott
Re “Happiness Arrives as Uninvited but Joyfully Welcome Guest

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King’s Second Run for Council Should Be Less Complicated


News

First in a seies

After spending fully three years researching, strategizing and fine-tuning his first run for the City Council, “working as hard as I could,” young Christopher Patrick King placed third, one out of the money, in last week’s election.

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Centaurs Find Ocean League Is Stronger Than It Was Last Season


Sports
By Steve Finley
The Culver City High School baseball team (10-6) will travel to La Habra for high school a doubleheader, starting at 11 o’clock.

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Talking About Race with Your Neighbors in Culver City


A & E
By Denise Hamilton
On Friday evening, May 2, for the first time in Culver City, the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum and the Common Peace for the Advancement of Nonviolence will host “Race Relay,” a theatrical production using drama, music, and video to discuss the current state of race relations in America.

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Will Ohio Beat California to a Fracking Ban?


News

Seventh in a series

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On CC: Will Clarity About Need Translate Into a June Bond Victory?


News

Second in a series

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