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Articles from the May 23, 2012 edition

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 News    May 23, 2012

Free Investor Expo Coming To Culver

Realty411 Celebrates the Release of NEW Investment Publications by Sponsoring an Investors EXPO The public is invited to a free expo and conference designed for beginner and advanced investors, Realtors and entrepreneurs being held on Saturday, June...

 News    May 23, 2012

Sister City Quarterly Dinner Set For June 6

Culver City residents are invited to the Culver City Sister City Committee’s quarterly dinner and meeting to learn about pending committee projects including student exchanges with Kaizuka, Japan and Iksan City, South Korea. The dinner will be...

 News    May 23, 2012

Culver City Sues State

Eight other Cities Join To protect Local Funds The City of Culver City has joined eight other cities in Los Angeles, Orange, Alameda, and San Diego Counties in filing a lawsuit to ensure local property tax funds are disbursed to fund local obligation...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    May 23, 2012

School Board Hears From Principals

For a year, Reginald Brunson has been principal of El Rincon Elementary School in Culver City. At the School Board meeting Tuesday night he looked back on that first year’s achievements. “What is...

 News    May 23, 2012

Observer Office Will Be Closed Monday

The office of the Culver City Observer will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. Deadline for display advertising will be Friday at 5 pm. The deadline for classified advertising will be 4pm on Tuesday. The Observer office will...

 News    May 23, 2012


Easing into summer are birthday celebrants Paul Smith, Jake Jakubowski, Kelly Lyall, Heather Nuques, Richard Holtorf, Ron Engen, Gary Sullivan, Linda Lovgren, Rafael Francke, Grace West, Stacy Guerrera K. Shaulis, Marion Firnhaber, Randy Iacovino,...

 News    May 23, 2012

Scouts Serve Up Food, Fun at Spaghetti Dinner

By David W. Myers Contributing Editor More than 500 local residents turned out for Boy Scout Troop 113’s annual spaghetti dinner on Saturday, and the Scouts personally delivered another 100 free meals to the Senior Center on Overland Avenue for...

 Sports    May 23, 2012

Culver’s Junius Signs With Fullerton

Culver City High star basketball player Lunden Junius has signed a letter of intent to play for the Cal State Fullerton women’s team. As a senior on last season’s Centaur squad Junius was a key contributor as Culver City compiled a 10-0 Ocean...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    May 23, 2012

Lakers’ Season: A Disaster From Start To Finish

Since the Lakers have a grand history – 16 NBA championships – they are associated with success. When the playoffs begin, fans tend to believe the Lakers will prevail, regardless of what happened...

 Sports    May 23, 2012

Culver Swimmers Win League

The Culver City High boys swimming team has won the Ocean League championship for the first time in 10 years. After going undefeated in individual meets the team won the league meet at Beverly Hills High. It was a triumph for Nestor Dordoni, the...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    May 23, 2012

Culver’s Season Ends In Playoff Loss

The Culver City High baseball season, one of the most memorable in school history, is over. The Centaurs lost their second round CIF playoff game, 3-0 to Paramount High Tuesday afternoon. Last year...