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Articles from the July 10, 2014 edition

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 News    July 10, 2014

Learn How Dogs Teach Humans

Adopt & Shop, at the corner of Sepulveda and Culver, will host a book signing on Sat., July 12 at 1 p.m. Award-winning author Larry Kay will present his new book, Life's A Bark, describing ways...

 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    July 10, 2014

Tax by the Mile? Cover California to Lose $78 Million

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist Ladies, are you considering the military as a career? Does becoming an officer appeal to you? We know about West Point but have you heard about The Virginia...

 By Beth Lindly    Arts    July 10, 2014

Culver City Public Theatre Kicks Off Summer Season

By Beth Lindly Special to the Observer Theatre buffs and newcomers alike will find something to enjoy in the upcoming summer season of Culver City Public Theatre, starting July 12. The group will be...

 News    July 10, 2014

Flasher Arrested

On Thursday July 3 members of the Detective Bureau took Brian Ashton Smith, 24 into custody on suspicion of multiple incidents of indecent exposure in the area of the scenic overlook on Jefferson...

 News    July 10, 2014

Walk 'N Rollers Hosts Free Summer Bike Tours

Walk 'n Rollers presents Walk-Bike Ballona, a series of free, family-friendly activities this summer to highlight the recreational and ecological value of Ballona Creek. Activities include Fun Rides,...

 By debbie lynn elias    Movies    July 10, 2014


It's a big weekend at the Los Angeles area box office with an eclectic group of indie gems shining brightly amidst some lingering tentpoles and expanding winners like "Snowpiercer" and "Deliver Us...

 By Lynne Bronstein    News    July 10, 2014

Expo Parking Gone?

Culver City has announced the anticipated sale of city-owned and Successor Agency-owned real property at the Culver City Expo Line station to Lowe Enterprises. The properties, which bear addresses on...

 By debbie lynn elias    Movies    July 10, 2014

MOVIE REVIEW: Deliver Us From Evil

With DELIVER US FROM EVIL, one thing is certain - no one should ever deliver us from the genius that is director Scott Derrickson. As he did with "Sinister", Derrickson again not only dives headfirst...

 By Katie Wilmshurst    News    July 10, 2014

Edison Plans 8% Hike Due To Polar Vortex

By Katie Wilmshurst Special to the Observer Tensions are rising along with electricity bills, as the price increase in natural gas due to winter's polar vortex catches up with consumers. Wednesday's...

 By Mike King    Real Estate    July 10, 2014

Home Sellers and the New Health Care Law Tax Implications

Now that the new health care law is in full swing, here's the highlights as it relates to home sellers with large capital gains. There are two main qualifiers. 1 - Applies to home owners who earn...

 By Stephen Hadland    News    July 10, 2014

Billboards May "Light Up" Culver City

By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher New digital billboards one of the busiest stretches of freeway in the nation, due to a proposal being considered by Culver City. The proposal presented to Culver...

 News    July 10, 2014

Ed Little Retires From Water Board

West Basin Director and longtime Culver City resident Ed Little has resigned from the board. Little has served on the board for 25 years. He previously served on the Culver City Council in the...