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Articles from the January 9, 2013 edition

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 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    January 9, 2013

Movie Review Special : Something For The “mature” And The “young”

MOVIE REVIEW SPECIAL : Something for the “Mature” and the “Young” STRUCK BY LIGHTNING QUARTET Gone is the old rule of thumb that the “dog” movies of the year open in the first quarter and...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

City Manager's Update

January 7, 2013 City Clerk’s Office · Recruitments - Recruitment for the Finance Advisory Committee will close at 5 pm on Thursday, January 17. Also, the recruitment for the newly-formed Fiesta La Ballona Committee will be officially opened on...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Conservation Corps Sets Crew Supervisors Exam

Those who enjoy being outdoors and working with young people should consider applying for the California Conservation Corps' upcoming "Conservationist I" crew supervisor exam. Deadline for submitting applications is Friday, January 18. A state...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Families Receive Free Income Tax Help

Free Income Tax Preparation and Family Services events will be hosted by Board of Equalization Chairman Jerome E. Horton and local elected officials throughout Los Angeles County during the next three months. Families and individuals will receive...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Police Blotter

For January 1 to 7 Vandalism: On January 2 at 7:34 am a victim of vandalism called the police department to report his business had been vandalized. The business is located in the 5800 block of Washington Boulevard. On December 30, 2012 at 7 pm he...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Culver Historical Society to Feature Artist/Designer

Long-time Culver City resident Jerome “Jerry” Ackerman, an artist/designer and a driving force in the Mid-Century Modern art movement in California, will be the featured speaker at the Culver City Historical Society’s general meeting on...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Applications Being Accepted For Fiesta Committee

Applications are now being accepted for the Fiesta La Ballona Committee. The City Council formalized the Fiesta La Ballona Committee as a City Council appointed committee on December 10, 2012 to support the planning and promotion of Fiesta La...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Free Electronic Waste Disposal Event Coming Up

In response to the needs of the Culver City community, Public Works Refuse and Recycling Division, California Recycles, Inc. and Exceptional Children’s Foundation have partnered to manage the safe removal of electronic equipment and divert it from...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Dear Editor

In a letter to the editor in your 12/27/12 issue my friend and neighbor, Neil Rubenstein, states that Culver City taxpayers are “getting hosed” by two former public employees of the city who are now drawing six-figure pensions. He calls upon the...

 
 News    January 9, 2013

Longtime Culver Resident Jack Stubbs Dies at 85

Jack Stubbs, a resident of Culver City since 1951, died on December 22. Born in Missouri on March 17, 1926 Stubbs served his country in the Counter Intelligence unit of the United States Army. He was stationed in the Philippines during World War II....

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    January 9, 2013

The Unthinkable: Lakers In Danger Of Missing Playoffs

It has been in the back of the minds of fans and some in the media throughout the early part of the NBA season. It has been a problem magnified by recent developments. Now it’s out in the open. The...

 
 Sports    January 9, 2013

Sides Agree In Hockey Dispute

The long National Hockey League lockout is close to ending after the sides reached a tentative agreement last week. The plan is to begin a 48-game schedule around January 19. The salary cap is expected to be $64 million. A Staples Center ceremony is...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    January 9, 2013

Culver Teams Split With West Torrance

That was some basketball competition between Culver City and West Torrance Highs last week. The Culver boys played at home and despite an inspiring fourth quarter comeback lost a 51-50 decision. In...

 
 By debbie lynn elias    Movies    January 9, 2013

Movie Review - Philomena

What happens when you take a true, touching, heart-wrenching story more than 50 years in the making, have Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope adapt it into script form and then cast Judi Dench as the title cha...

 
 
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