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Articles from the May 28, 2015 edition

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Get A Card With Your Picture On It

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist Like many of us I have very limited time. It seems like the list of “forgetful-nots” done on a daily basis is getting longer and longer. Now I came across a...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    May 28, 2015

Council Splits on Indiecade

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Culver City will again be sponsoring the 2015 IndieCade videogame festival in downtown Culver City this October. But the City Council/Successor Agency’s vote to...

 

White House Honors Local Pioneer In Addiction Treatment

During a ceremony at the White House, National Drug Control Policy Director Michael Botticelli has honored Harriet Rossetto, founder of Beit T'Shuvah, as an "Advocate for Action." She's been selected...

 

Culver Police Nab Cell Phone Thieves

At approximately 11:35 AM on Wednesday, two juvenile suspects attacked a man, pushed him to the ground, and robbed him of his cell phone. The attack took place in on Watseka Avenue in Los Angeles on...

 

Downtown Culver City Set For 'Spiked' Lemonade Tasting

'Back to the Beach': Downtown Culver City's 4th Annual Third Wednesday 'Spiked' Lemonade Tasting will make a splash this summer when Downtown Culver City brings the beach to its tree-lined...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    May 28, 2015

ECF Recognizes Businesses Who Make Diverse Workplaces A Priority

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher Exceptional Children's Foundation (ECF) of Culver City hosted a luncheon on May 19, to recognize and thank 70 business partners who understand and benefit from th...

 

CCUSD, City Create New Traffic Patterns Near Schools

Working with the City of Culver City and the Culver City Police Department, Culver City Unified School District is implementing new traffic patterns on Elenda Street in front of the Culver City High...

 

Youth Volleyball Summer Camps Available This Summer

Summer volleyball camps for boys and girls of all abilities and experience in four day sessions, July 13-30, will be conducted by the Culver Volleyball Club at the Culver City middle and high schools. Former Culver City High volleyball head coach...

 

A Grand Memorial Day At Dodger Stadium

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter After the moving pre-game tribute to the soldiers and veterans at the Memorial Day game, which was a highlight of the event, it was time to play ball. The Dodgers...

 

Culver Music Summer Festival Starts In July

Boulevard Music will present six free concerts on Thursday evenings at 7 pm from July 9 through August 13 in the palm-lined courtyard of Culver City City Hall. Curated by producer Gary Mandell of Culver City’s Boulevard Music, Culver City’s Boule...

 

Kaiser Permanente WLA Debuts New Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Kaiser Permanente’s West Los Angeles Medical Center recently opened its newly redesigned Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), offering the utmost privacy and comfort for patients and families, new technology innovations and a fresh, modern design....

 

"Family Concert" Is Coming To The Kirk Douglas Theatre

The Culver City Chamber Orchestra will present "Family Concert, on Sunday June 14 at 4 p.m. at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd, Culver City The concert will be presenting PETER AND THE...

 

Lakers Announce 2015-16 Preseason Schedule

DATE OPPONENT CITY ARENA TIME October 4 vs. Utah Honolulu, HI Stan Sheriff Center 3:00pm October 6 vs. Utah Honolulu, HI Stan Sheriff Center 6:00pm October 8 vs. Toronto Ontario, CA Citizens Business Bank Arena 7:00pm October 11 vs. Maccabi Haifa...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    May 28, 2015

Dodgers Need A Pitcher; Perhaps Cole Hamels

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor It was my first Dodger game of this season and on Sunday I knew I’d see many old friends in the press box. The first one to greet me was Vin Scully, who I’ve...

 

"How To Be A Rock Critic To Begin"

Rehearsals began May 26 for the world premiere production of "How to be a Rock Critic," based on the writing of Lester Bangs, the rock critic who reached iconic status in the 1970s with his...

 
 By George Laase    Sports    May 28, 2015

Too Many Commercials In NBA Playoffs

By George Laase Special to the Observer ... And Now, A Word From Our Sponsors I was quite fortunate to be able to photograph a playoff game between our Clippers and the San Antonio Spurs recently. The first quarter was so fast-paced and frantic. It...

 

Pacific Art Guild

The Pacific Art Guild will meet Wednesday, June 3 at the Community Room, Westchester Civic Center, 7166W. Manchester Avenue, Westchester. Guests are welcome. The guest demonstrator for June will be...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    May 28, 2015

Culver Baseball Ends In Dramatic Playoff Defeat

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter It wasn't the kind of ending the 2015 Culver City High baseball team had dreamed about as they solemnly bussed home just before sunset along the scenic peninsula drive...

 

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