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To Save the World


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Culver City's Poetess Laureate shares a poem in honor of our veterans.read

Not Only Do We Grow Older, So Does Our Memory


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Editor’s Note: Linda Ferrara (lindaferrara@aol.com) is one of our favorite readers. After reading to her granddaughter the other evening, she forwarded this abbreviated but appreciated missive: “For you Mensa kids. I quoted this as Emily Dickenson’s work to Eileen tonight. Memory not so good!!”read

Edgy Art Exhibit Opens This Week at West L.A. College


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Supreme Court Justice Porter Stewart famously said, “I know [pornography] when I see it.” “Slightly Scandalous,” an art exhibition opening Thursday in the FineArts Gallery on the campus of West Los Angeles College, showcases 10 well-known Los Angeles artists who titillate and deal with eroticism. Sometimes they walk the fine line of what Justice Stewart’s “it” is.read

Poetry Saved Her Life


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I find that I am doing more meditation than ever. It seems to refocus my mind and provide some relief. Of course, the poetry is a form of meditation for me. I keep on writing. Vice Mayor Mehaul O’Leary brought up the idea of naming me the poet laureate.read

AVPA Students Take a Page Out of Chekhov for Fall Play


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For the next two weekends, the Blurred Vision Theater Company of Culver City High School will be staging the classic Chekhov play, The Seagull, at the Robert Frost Auditorium at the north end of the campus. The lights go up on the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts students on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7, and on Sunday afternoon at 1.read

Ragtime Touches Every American Soul


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Ragtime, The Musical touched the heart and soul of every American at the turn of the century. The Tony award-winning musical, based on the novel by E. L. Doctorow, blends a combination of splendid acting and superb singing. The show continues this weekend at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center with four more performances.read

Racing to the Future While Chained to the Past


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A review of Fanon for Beginners, by Deborah Wyrick Ph.D. If we are to believe the commentariat, the best experts on race in America are white men – the same folks who, coincidentally, are also experts on women. The good news expounded by these experts, whose expertise rests in being experts more so than anything resembling social science, is ably summed up by ...read

Attempting to Tame an Ego


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How about moving off the center,

Into the corner or to the side?read

AVPA Students Offer a Preview Tonight at 7 at Black Box


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In anticipation of performing on Saturday at an out-of-town theatre festival, members of Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, will stage a preview for the home crowd this evening.

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AVPA and Marching Band Star at the Douglas Party on Tuesday


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As part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the Kirk Douglas Theatre on Tuesday, Culver City High School students in the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, has been invited to entertain. This special honor will include a performance of the opening number from Jason Robert Brown’s musical 13, which made its world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum in 2007. The Culver City High Marching Band will also make an appearance to give the celebration a ...read


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