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Articles from the March 10, 2016 edition

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 By Carole Bell    Opinion    March 10, 2016

Statue of Liberty in Tears

The Statue of Liberty must be wincing. I suspect she'd cover her ears if she could, to stop hearing Boombox Trump's loud calls to block Mexicans and Muslims from the U.S. Do you think she's crying bec...

 

AVPA Theater Goes "On the Town"

¬¬Introducing the song "New York, New York" to audiences worldwide in its 1944 Broadway de-but, Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins' classic American musical On the Town is coming to Culver City....

 

BREAKING NEWS

Judge Harold Irving Cherness died early Thursday Morning in Santa Monica. Funeral Services will be held Sunday March 13 at 4pm at Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City. A full story on his life will follow in next week’s edition and online at...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    March 10, 2016

Optimistic Culver Baseball Starts With Shutouts

The Culver City High baseball team began the 2016 season in fine fashion by winning consecutive shutouts at home. The Centaurs beat Marshall High 11-0 in their home opener on Saturday, February 27....

 

A Generational Exercise In Perception

Time does indeed fly when you’re having fun. I can attest to that, having just completed this year’s stint as a senior volunteer in a wonderful workshop that began in 2010 between Culver City...

 
 By Bosmat Eynav    Sports    March 10, 2016

A Consolation Prize For Laker Fans

The best show in town was Sunday at Staples Center when the unbeatable Golden State Warriors lost to our Lakers, who have the worst record in the Western Division, 102-95. The Lakers led all the way...

 

108 Years Later Cubs Favored To Win World Series

In a shocking development, Dexter Fowler showed up at the Chicago Cubs training base last week ready to play. It was shocking because Fowler, an outfielder who was with the Cubs last season, turned...

 

College Board Launches A Revised SAT

The last time I looked, seven people have taken papers to run for Culver City Council and why not, since there are three seats to be filled. Like many whom I have spoken to, I plan to vote for Marcus...

 

Harlow Culver City Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Harlow Culver City is a sleek new mixed-use, six-story apartment community and shopping complex, comprised of 131 luxurious residences and The Shoppes at Harlow, 12,500 square feet of ground-floor...

 

Sit 'n Sleep Announces Release of Children's Book

Iconic mattress retailer Sit 'n Sleep has launched the new children's book, While Ana Sleeps, to teach the importance of sleep to young children. The book launch will be a celebratory community event...

 

Apartment Owners Support Göran Eriksson

The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA), Southern California's leading advocate apartment owners, announce that it has supported small business owner Göran Eriksson in his bid for a...

 

Architecture Community Backs Thomas Small for City Council Seat

Support from the architecture community for candidate Thomas Small continues to grow as more architects become aware of his bid for a seat on the Culver City City Council. To date, nearly 40...

 

Realtors Support Wyant, Tiggs & Erickson

Scott Wyant, Marcus Tiggs and Goran Erikson all garnered the support of the Local Candidate Recommendation Committee (LCRC) an arm of the Beverly Hills / Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors (B...

 

Easter Seals Names Senator Holly Mitchell Legislative Award Honoree

California-based Easter Seals affiliates have selected Senator Holly Mitchell, D-Culver City, as a recipient of the Easter Seals 2016 Senate Leadership Award. The award will be presented on Tuesday,...

 

Proposal to Close Police and Fire Dispatch Center Is Delayed

An agenda item to close the Culver City Police and Dispatch Center and contract services with the South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority has been pulled from the March 14 city council...

 

Culver's Martha Fisher Graduates From Ithaca College

Martha Fisher, a native of Culver City, graduated from Ithaca College's School of Health Sciences and Human Performance with a degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology. The degree was...

 

Culver City Cellist Wins Music Competition

Cellist William Ellzey of Culver City earned top honors at the fourth annual Music Guild Competition, where six high school seniors competed for Westmont music scholarships March 5. Ellzey won the...

 

Marguerite Sylvia Grunseth Wild

Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother Marguerite Sylvia Grunseth Wild age 93 died peacefully in her sleep on Valentine's Day in Culver City,where she had lived since 1946. Marguerite was born...

 

New Douglas Play Opens March 13

The West Coast premiere of Sheila Callaghan’s madcap new play “Women Laughing Alone With Salad” opens Sunday, March 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Directed by Neel Keller, with musical staging...

 

Lou Gramm Is Coming To Saban Theatre

Lou Gramm, the voice of Foreigner, will make a stop on March 19 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills as he continues on with his solo concert tour. One of the greatest singers in rock music with...

 

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