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Articles from the July 1, 2010 edition

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 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    July 1, 2010

Love Ranch

first heard about the Mustang Ranch and owners Sally and Joe Conforte during my college days back in 1976. I was intrigued by their entire story. The first legal brothel in the United States, the...

 
 By Jozelle Smith    News    July 1, 2010

Culver City Garden Club’s Annual Show Awards

Culver City Exchange Club members “old” (just a figure of speech) and new really enjoyed their Annual Lame Duck Meeting in June. There were Past Presidents in attendance who covered the history of the Club from 1954-2008, and all openly shared...

 
 By David W. Myers    News    July 1, 2010

Radio Operators ‘Ham’ it Up for Local Emergency Services Demo

Hundreds of people flocked to Culver City’s downtown Fire Department station last weekend to watch local ham-radio operators show how they can quickly swing into action and provide critical help...

 
 News    July 1, 2010

New Farmers Market Sprouts At Culver’s Old Circuit City Site

The doors have swung open to the new Sprouts Farmers Market, a 29,130 square-foot grocery store that has replaced the shuttered Circuit City outlet at 5660 Sepulveda Boulevard. About 100 workers have been hired to staff the new store, the chain’s...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    July 1, 2010

Council Backs Police Chief

While parking in the Hayden Tract was the most discussed issue of the night the council came out of an extended closed session dealing with several issues including a performance review of Culver City...

 
 Arts    July 1, 2010

AVPA Graduates 50 Students, Many Receiving Scholarships Toward Higher Education

The Academy of Visual & Performing Arts at Culver City High School recognizes the following 50 program graduates on their achievements and scholarly pursuits. The Academy operates after school and is open to all high school students, not only...