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 News    March 14, 2012

200 Join El Marino ‘Walk N’ Roll’

If you happen to live along the path to El Marino Language Immersion Elementary School you may have noticed approximately 160 children and more than 30 adults, including school faculty and Principal Tracy Pumilia, walking, skate boarding and...

 Obituaries    March 14, 2012

Donna Jean Robertson Dies at 84

Donna Jean Robertson was born February 25, 1928 and departed peacefully on February 28, 2012. Donna was a resident of Culver City for 60 year and loved raising her family here. She worked for Van de Kamps; See's Candy; and was a Vault Teller for B...

 News    March 14, 2012

Sahli-Wells Attracts Endorsers

Meghan Sahli-Wells was recently honored with endorsements from the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, 47th Assembly District Democratic Club, the Sierra Club, and Culver City Employees Association, and as well as the support of the Beverly...

 News    March 14, 2012

Tribute To Stars Winners Announced

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) and Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) announce the following award recipients to be honored at the 14th Annual Tribute to the Stars, Friday May11 at Sony Pictures Studios, Main Street. Sony...

 News    March 14, 2012

Westside Neighborhood School Teacher Honored

Westside Neighborhood School announces that one of its art teachers, Wendy Morrison, has won the Music Center BRAVO award. The award honors Ms. Morrison’s exemplary work in Visual Arts Education. She received the award at a ceremony at Walt Disney...

 News    March 14, 2012

WLA College Opens New Facility

West Los Angeles College’s Office of Admissions, Financial Aid, Counseling, and other student services and the college’s first food court have a consolidated new home in the new Student Services Building. The attractive four-story structure...

 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    March 14, 2012

Movie Review: Double Feature Special

This is a big week for movie releases and there’s quite an assortment from which to choose. In the mood for some laughter myself, I’ll give you a glimpse of two of my favorite films of 2012, both...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    March 14, 2012

It Can’t Get Worse For UCLA Basketball

In Ben Howland’s nine years as the UCLA basketball coach there have been three Final Four appearances. Howland took over a sagging program and restored it better than any of the other men who had...

 By Cheryl Giraud    Arts    March 14, 2012

New Douglas Play Is Zany, Educational

What do facts about the three branches of government established by the U.S. Constitution, details about the Fourth of July, names of American Indian Tribes, U.S. Territory facts, specifically, the...