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Articles from the July 17, 2014 edition

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 News    July 17, 2014

Stolen Bikes Recovered

On Saturday July 12 Culver City Police Officers arrested Robby Lee McKnight, 53, a Santa Monica resident, on suspicion of bicycle thefts in the Fox Hills residential area. As a result of the arrest,...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Statewide Hearings on Updated Fracking Regulations

The California Department of Conservation's Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) has announced dates for hearing for the purpose of receiving public comments on the Revised Proposed...

 
 Health    July 17, 2014

Walk With a Doc Returns

Culver City Walk With A Doc will be held again on Saturday, July 19 at 9 am at Vets Park (Culver and Overland) near the tennis courts. Dr. Nancy L. Sicotte will discuss the positive cognitive effect of exercise and then lead the group on a...

 
 By Neil Rubenstein    Opinion    July 17, 2014

Brits Questionnaire" "When Will You Die"

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist On July 27 in Louisville, KY ex-POWs of the Korean War will gather for their 61st and probably final reunion commemorating the armistice which paved the way for...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Fiesta La Ballona Sponsorships Grow

According to Marcus G.Tiggs, Fiesta La Ballona (FLB) Sponsorship Chair, “it’s not too late to become part of the FLB as a sponsor.” The FLB is a long standing end of summer tradition in Culver City August 22-24, 2014 at Veteran’s Park. With...

 
 By Steven Lieberman    Sports    July 17, 2014

Dream Job: Being a Laker Girl

By Steven Lieberman Observer Reporter Every July, there is summer excitement brewing at the Toyota Sports Center, the Lakers headquarters and practice facility in El Segundo. No, it wasn't the news...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Gilbert receives Chancellor's Award

April Gilbert, of Culver City received the Chancellor's Award for the 2014 spring semester at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Gilbert is majoring in sustainable management. The award is presented to...

 
 By Beth Lindly    Arts    July 17, 2014

'Princesses and Pirates' Combines the Past and the Present

By Beth Lindly Special to the Observer Old and new worlds will collide as Lythgoe Family Productions opens its original show "Princesses and Pirates" this weekend. True to its name, "Princesses" will showcase fairytales best known for their stories o...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Shred Day

Gates, Kingsley & Gates Smith Salsbury Funeral Directors will be hosting an annual Shred Day on July 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The Funeral home will provide free shredding for up to four boxes per person of important, personal documents in the...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Meeting in a Minute

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of July 14, 2014. At this meeting, the City Council: • Presented a proclamation in honor of July as "Parks Make Life Better!" month. • Adopted an ordinance repealing and replacing Subchapter...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    July 17, 2014

City Manager's Bi-Weekly Update

• Culver City’s Boulevard Music Summer Festival - The first of six free concerts will take place next Thursday, July 10th at 7:00 pm in the City Hall Courtyard. Andre Thierry and Zydeco Magic...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

Sister City Hosts Welcome Picnic

The public is invited to attend a welcome picnic for exchange students from Iksan City, Culver City's Korean Sister City. The picnic is Free, and it will be held on Saturday, July 19 from noon until...

 
 By Sandra Coopersmith    News    July 17, 2014

Stepping Up to Relay For Life

Brush off your sneakers and get ready for a day of fun, purpose and inspiration – the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life is coming to Culver City. West Los Angeles College is the site of this...

 
 Opinion    July 17, 2014

Mayor Responds To Budget Story

A headline in last week's Observer bears some clarification: "City Dips Into Reserves Again: $2.5 Million Shortfall." While the headline is eye-catching, I find it misleading. The article itself, by...

 
 News    July 17, 2014

West Basin Leaves Seat Vacant

After several votes the four members of the West Basin Board of Directors were unable to agree on a replacement for the board seat held by Ed Little who resigned in May. After several votes the board...