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Articles from the April 17, 2013 edition

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 News    April 17, 2013

Severn Culver Residents in Boston Marathon

Seven Culver Residents in Boston Marathon Seven Culver City residents were listed as participants in Monday’s Boston Marathon which ended with two bomb blasts that killed three and injured more than 150 runners and spectators. The following is a...

 
 News    April 17, 2013

Culver Residents Favor Smoke Free Conditions

A survey conducted between 2010 and 2011 of more than 490 residents living in multi-unit homes in Culver City found that 70.6% of respondents would prefer to live in a building that prohibits smoking in indoor and outdoor common areas and balconies...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    April 17, 2013

“We Celebrate”

Mayor Weissman Looks At A Year of Progress Mayor Andy Weissman addressed civic and business leaders last week in the 33rd annual Mayor’s Luncheon before a sellout crowd of more than 400. Introduced...

 
 News    April 17, 2013

Police Blotter

For April 9 through 16 Vandalism: On April 10 at 7:20 pm a victim came to the police department to report his 1999 Ford Mustang had been vandalized. The victim said he parked his car at 10 am in the 4300 block of Huntley Avenue. At 3:10 pm a witness...

 
 News    April 17, 2013

CicLAvia To Make History On Sunday

- Los Angeles will celebrate its 6th CicLAvia on Sunday, April 21, the city’s largest open-streets event to date. For the first time, CicLAvia’s route will connect the city’s historic center at El Pueblo de Los Angeles in downtown and the bustl...

 
 News    April 17, 2013

Two More Culver Scouts Soar To Eagle Status

By David W. Myers Contributing Editor Culver City Boy Scout Troop 113, already considered one of the top Scout troops in the United States, added yet another Eagle Scout last week to its ranks and a second teen took the final step to become the next...

 
 By Steven Lieberman    Sports    April 17, 2013

Dodgers Honor Jackie Robinson Day

On Monday it was tax day, but more importantly it was also Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium. Many special guests were in attendance to help celebrate the life of the first black baseball player...

 
 
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