Articles from the August 29, 2012 edition

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O’Brien is Honorary Event Chair for

“Meet Me In Culver City” The Culver City Historical Society will present “Meet Me In Culver City,” a celebration to honor Culver City’s 95th anniversary, Sunday, September 23, from 2 pm to 5 at the Historic Culver Hotel, 9400 Culver...

 

Computer Classes at Culver Senior Center

Culver City Senior Center, is offering a variety of computer classes year-round to mature adults and senior citizens at low cost. Classes available: Beginning Computer, Intermediate Computer, Advanced Computer, Internet & Email, Digital Camera...

 

Garden Club To Meet

The Culver City Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7:30 pm at Star Education, 10101 Jefferson Blvd. There will be a Member Panel On "Garden Issues: Questions & Responses", Chaired By Denise Friese, Custom Landscaping...

 

Westside Neighborhood School Installs Ed Massey “Syncopation”

Westside Neighborhood School Installs Ed Massey “Syncopation” Westside Neighborhood School announces it has installed artist Ed Massey’s “Syncopation” mural on its campus. This vibrant, 7,000 square foot artwork was originally installed in...

 

Fall Recreation Classes Signups

The fall 2012 session of the Culver City Recreation classes are now available through the Culver City Parks and Recreation Department’s new online website: activenet.active.com/culvercity. Check out the latest set of fall classes to learn more...

 

Free Financial Wellness Workshops Offered

Culver-Palms United Methodist Church will be hosting a series of Financial Wellness Workshops at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd. in the church fellowship hall. The workshops will be open anyone in the community who wishes to learn how to take control of and...

 

Special Labor Day Edition: It’s All About Family!

This Labor Day weekend, it’s all about the family with family-themed movies and something for everyone. THE OOGIELOVES IN THE BIG BALLOON ADVENTURE With the same passion that he had with marketing a...

 

Police Blotter

August 21 through 27 Attempted Robbery: On August 21 at 5:30 pm officers responded to the 6000 block of Sepulveda Boulevard regarding an attempted robbery investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he was texting on...

 

Dear Editor

As a veteran I proudly salute Marcus Tiggs for his "A Different Look at Measure Y" (Aug. 23-29 2012 issue of Culver City Observer). I have received requested public documents from our City Hall and Sacramento and, much to my surprise, I discovered...

 

Arrest Made in Sony Pictures Hacking Case

2011 Computer Attack Cost Sony $600 Million A second member of the LulzSec hacking group surrendered this week to federal authorities after being charged for his role in an extensive computer attack against computer systems owned and operated by...

 

Westchester Eliminated In 9-8 Thriller

The Westchester 14U Babe Ruth All Star team has made it a habit of winning when necessary, having faced numerous "Win or go home games"in the World Series. But the team was eliminated in the semi-finals, 9-8 by the No. 1 seed, New Jersey. Last...

 

Dodgers Are Better, But How Much?

Mitch Chortkoff We don’t know how well the Dodgers will do this season but we do know their new owners are committed to spending whatever it takes to field a successful team. The blockbuster trade...

 

‘Elephant Room’ Will Make You Laugh

Observer Editor Having reviewed several Douglas Theatre thought-provoking plays over the years, I went to Elephant Room on opening night realizing this would be different. Three semi-pro magicians....

 

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