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Articles from the February 22, 2012 edition

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 News    February 22, 2012

AVPA Hosts Gay Men’s Chorus

AVPA Hosts Gay Men’s Chorus : The Culver City High Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) hosted the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles on Friday, February 10. As part of their “Alive Music Project,” the GMCLA performed for more than 500 s...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    February 22, 2012

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update

By John Nachbar February 17, 2012 Community Development Department • Westfield Culver City - Plans have been approved for a Tenant Improvement for Foot Locker/Champs Sports. Plans have also been...

 
 Sports    February 22, 2012

Culver-Born Hall Of Famer Dies

Gary Carter, the Hall Of Fame catcher who died last week, was born in Culver City on April 8, 1954. Carter was an 11-time all star who completed his playing career with the Dodgers. In 1986 he helped the New York Mets defeat the Boston Red Sox in...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Linwood Howe Participates In “Green5” Campaign

Linwood Howe Participates In "Green" Campaign On February 15 Culver City Unified School District and Community Sustainability USA, a California-based nonprofit organization, launched a pilot project at Linwood E. Howe Elementary to build awareness...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Malsin Holds Fundraiser

Scott Malsin's campaign fundraiser on Saturday was a success. More than 100 supporters gathered at the Culver City Elk Lodge for a Rat Pack themed party to rub shoulders with Culver City leaders and contribute to the success of former City...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Public Invited to Sister City Committee Free Entertainment

All Culver City residents are invited to come on down to Culver City’s Town Plaza for free entertainment on Friday evening, March 2, from 5:30 pm to 8. courtesy of the Sister City Committee. For easy parking choose from any of Culver City’s...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Westside Neighborhood School Welcomes New Trustees

Westside Neighborhood School announces the appointments of Dr. Les W. Frost and Ms. Elizabeth Zamora to the WNS Board of Trustees. Dr. Frost brings nearly 40 years of experience as an educator in public and private schools in Los Angeles, and as a...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

WLA College Celebrates Black History

In celebration of Black History Month, West Los Angeles College is hosting a series of free events including movie screenings and lectures. Signature events include: FEB 27: SYNTHIA SAINT JAMES @ 11:00AM | Fine Arts Gallery Meet Synthia SAINT JAMES...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

The mortgage industry and local, state, and federal governments all played roles in creating a virtually unregulated market that allowed lenders to prey on low-income communities

Police Blotter for February 14 through 20 Vandalism: On February 14 at 12 pm a victim called the police department to report her 2007 SAAB had been vandalized. The victim said the car was parked and locked in the 3800 block of Westwood Boulevard on...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    February 22, 2012

Major PCP Bust at Culver UPS Store

Street Value Estimated at More Than $100 Million $100 million in PCP was seized in Culver City and Los Angeles on February 15 by the Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Correction

Culver City Friends of the Library will be holding its Membership Drive and Ice Cream Social this Saturday, February 25 from 1 pm to-3. If you can become a new or renewed member of the Friends of the Library on Saturday February 25 only you can...

 
 News    February 22, 2012

Birthdays

Rounding out the February Birthdays are Sandy Cavanaugh, Esther Ekmanian, Debbie Rich, Andy Alexander, Sunil Patel, Julie LaRue, Curtis Majers, Eden Rountree, Alex Niakoulov, Shannon Richards, Kerri Eich, Rachel Vaidman, Andrew Federanko, Jim...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    February 22, 2012

Did Angels Pay Too Much For Pujols?

As spring training begins the biggest question in major league baseball is a simple one. Were the Angels wise to give Albert Pujols a 10-year, $240 million contract? It’s a fact that Pujols was...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    February 22, 2012

Culver Boys Eliminated From Playoffs

The season ended for the Culver City High boys basketball team Tuesday night. Coach Jon Chapman said he was concerned when he didn’t see much zip in his players during warm-ups for their second...