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Close Your Eyes and Imagine Culver City as a Bucolic Urban Forest


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Although it is imposing competition this week from Christmas, the notion of an urban forest conjures romantic images of strolling hand on hand on golden warm afternoons with the polite sun merely peeking at, unobtrusively, through the robust branches. This probably is not exactly what Public Works director Charles Herbertson and others at City Hall had in mind this afternoon when they invited residents to a series of ...read

Muslims and Christians Get to Know Each Other at the Mosque


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First in a series. Mahomed Khan of the King Fahad Mosque may take a bow this afternoon after successfully launching what may evolve as a unique interfaith series in Culver City. Applying more imagination and daring than is commonly seen, Mr. Khan, director of interfaith and public relations for the mosque, invited Christians into the home of Islam in Culver City five days before Christmas.read

A Christmas Question for the Kuechles: What’s Cooking?


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[Editor’s Note: A series on how personalities in the community celebrated Christmases past and the next one.]As with many persons, John and Nancy Kuechle, community activists both, knew long in advance how they will be spending Christmas Day.read

Horrifying Condition of Inglewood Schools


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First of two parts. Following last Thursday’s latest critical update by KPCC-FM (89.3) on the deplorable health and safety conditions in the Inglewood Unified School District, first-year state Assemblywoman Autumn R. Burke called the report about the state of schools in Inglewood -- broken windows, moldy drinking fountains, cockroaches -- was sickening. Our children deserve ...read

Tomorrow’s Emphasis: Parallels of Islam, Christianity


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It is originator Mohammed Akbar Khan’s intention that the dual emphasis – not dueling emphases – tomorrow morning at the groundbreaking interfaith program at the King Fahad Mosque “be on giving information and sharing what we have in common.” No controversies, please. This is about getting to know each other. The 10:30 event – to which the public is invited -- is headlined: To Honor the Life of Jesus and Mother Mary.read

Police Dept.’s Santa Sleigh in Fox Hills Monday Evening


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In one of his final appearances before Christmas, Santa Clause will appear in Fox Hills on Monday evening. The Police Dept.’s Santa Sleigh schedule, starting at 5:30 ...read

The Spirit of Giving Defines a Voncannon Christmas


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Since businessman and community activist David Voncannon had spoken so enthusiastically spoke yesterday about the crucialness of sharing and giving during Christmas season, the next question may have been foolish: Growing up in Winston-Salem, NC, was Christmas your favorite holiday?read

What Will Bixby’s Message Be to Interfaithers at Mosque?


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He has less than 48 hours to solve a personal mental puzzle. When the police chief of Culver City was invited to Saturday morning’s experimental gathering of Christians and Muslims at the King Fahad Mosque, he did not have a readymade topic in a computer file. “I am actually struggling a little with the subject,” Mr. Bixby said late this morning.read

Most Unusual Interfaith Gathering Ever in Culver City


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The obviously courageous Mohammed Khan of the King Fahad Mosque says that “bridging the gap” was his objective when he thought up and began planning Saturday’s momentous Christian-themed program, “To Honor the Life of Jesus and Mother Mary.”read

My Opinion Not More Solid Than Others’, Chief Bixby Says


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The all-encompassing bitterness and explosion of anti-police biases that have engulfed the country since Ferguson and Michael Brown became bywords have leaked all the way into the Police Station on Duquesne Avenue.read


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