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Janet Beauchamp Says:
Have a picture of my husband, who was an usher at the Meralta, in front of the theater in 1952.
Mary Mulvihill Says:
I thank you for all the attention you've given to 2 of my 4 Grandsons playing sports at CCHS. Mason Mulvihill & Ryan Mulvihill (2011). So proud of them and wanted to let you Know!
Michael Donn Says:
What is the date for this 2016's show? The "George Barris Legacy Culver City Car Show" needs to continue.
Michael Hersh Says:
Interesting article. I have appreciated all the articles that you and Gary Walker wrote during the campaign. I think the real problem in the race was why our highly educated and caring electorate only had three candidates to fill two positions. Thanks for your analysis.
Cherie Johnston Says:
Actually, Michael, the repairs and treatment related to wood-destroying organisms was very much required by lenders and because original VA and FHA loans in the 80's limited what a buyer could pay for, it became a custom and expectation for the sellers to pay for the repairs. The only time "animosity" occurred would be due to the agent not doing their job and failing to put a cap in the listing or the counter offer limiting the expenses the seller would pay and still sell the house at the agreed upon price. If the agents diligently prepared a net proceeds statement for the seller at the time of listing, this was never an oversight and, therefore, the seller had no bitter surprises that they had to swallow. I have argued that sellers should go ahead and get the inspection done prior to marketing (generally at no cost) so they would know up front what the condition of the home is. But other seller's agents working within today's climate, argue they prefer not to get the inspection done in advance and wait and see if the buyers or their professional agents happen to even think of getting the inspection performed.
Patrice Fisher Says:
Eleanor Brownn is an incredible woman and an inspiration for millions of other women breaking away from their couch and other ruts in life. She should have a regular column in the Culver City News! Your readers deserve her inspiration weekly!
James van Scoyoc Says:
I'm a big fan of Nightwatch, which is virtually inevitable given my interest in local history.
Listening to the episodes, it soon becomes obvious that many of the street addresses and prefixes are not the ones we use today, for instance 2913 1/4 North Sepulveda, South Jefferson Blvd, and many others. They certainly wouldn't be possible in Culver City or L.A. today.
Some of these numbers can or do exist today in a few places places, like the South Bay beach towns that have kept their own numbering schemes. But would CCPD conceivably gone so far afield as Manhattan Beach or El Segundo?
What I'd like to know is whether there was a renumbering of Culver City streets sometime after NW had finished its run? On "Dragnet" they used to intentionally obfuscate addresses with impossibilities such as East Wilshire and the intersection of Vermont and Western. But radio calls heard on the show are authentic, then the addresses heard on the show must have been real addresses.
If a street renumbering did occur, which streets had been the old baselines? As far as I can tell now, CC now uses the same baselines as most addresses in L.A.
Always enjoy anything that you have written!!!!
I highly recommend this book. Great story of endurance, persistence and courage!!
Wonderful article about a truly amazing woman! Eleanor is an inspiration to anyone who wants to transform their life from the outside in!
C. Love Says:
What an amazing story of endurance, strength and overcoming adversity. What a lesson and what an inspiration for any age! Hope Vroman's stocked enough books!
Thanks for this story!
jJean Mione Says:
I am 71 and I was educated prior to the liberal "dumbing of America" began in the 60's. I learned to read, was educated in history, geography, English, Social Studies, and various math studies. I also know how to write my name, not print it. Loyalty was a badge back then and I carry it still. I remember those who died for me and those who suffer still. Our country is on the verge of destruction. God help us all.
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