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Articles from the September 17, 2009 edition

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 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    September 17, 2009

The Burning Plain

Charlize Theron: Oscar Winner. Kim Basinger: Oscar Winner. Guillermo Arriaga: Golden Globe Winner and Oscar Nominee. Robert Elswit: Oscar Winner. John Toll: Double Oscar Winner. It is the collaborativ...

 
 News    September 17, 2009

Culver Democratic Club Endorses

The Culver City Democratic Club has enthusiastically and unequivocally endorsed Measure EE. In a voice vote by acclimation, the standing room only crowd unanimously voted to support the $96 parcel tax expected to bring in around $1.2 million...

 
 News    September 17, 2009

Siever To Host Meet, Greet

Culver City Board of Education candidate and 34-year Culver City resident, Professor Patricia G. Siever is hosting a “Meet, Greet, Relax and Share Ideas” event on Sunday afternoon, September 27 from 1 p.m. to 4 at the Carlson Park Picnic...

 
 News    September 17, 2009

Rhett Butler, Scarlett O’ Hara or

You’re wanted for the best look-alike Rhett Butler, Scarlett O’Hara or Wizard of Oz character contest at the Culver City Historical Society’s...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    News    September 17, 2009

O’Leary Returns To City Council

City councilman Mehaul O’Leary returned to his duties Monday night September 14 2009, after missing two meetings following an altercation at his Joxer’s Daly pub on Washington Blvd.in August....

 
 By Jozelle Smith    News    September 17, 2009

Interested in participating in some kind volunteer project in Our Town

Outdoorsy? Interested in participating in some kind volunteer project in Our Town? Volunteers in Parks (V.I.P.) and the Park Enhancement Program (P.E.P.) are for community groups, individuals, and businesses. Help is always needed to repair park...

 
 Sports    September 17, 2009

West LA Gets Defensive in 27-12 Win

West Los Angeles College’s defense proved to be the difference in a non-conference 27-12 victory over Moorpark College last Saturday. The Wildcats, who lost their opener to Glendale, evened their record at 1-1. West LA’s defense did not allow a...

 
 News    September 17, 2009

Cooper Plans Campaign Event

Jeff Cooper is kicking his City Council campaign into high gear on Sunday, October 11 at the home of Michael E. Whitaker located in the Culver Crest at 10760 Molony Road. The event will take place between 3 p.m. and 6.. Refreshments will be served....

 
 By Robert Zirgulis    News    September 17, 2009

Zirgulis Strikes Back At Ehrlich

I would like to respond to a personal attack made by Paul Ehrlich who is a leader in the campaign of my rival candidate, Kathy Paspalis for the Culver City School Board. Mr. Ehrlich not only has accused me of spreading “snake oil” and having...

 
 Sports    September 17, 2009

Centaurs Sharp In Easy Victory

The Culver City High football team started the 2009 season last Friday with a new head coach and several new players on defense, but one thing looked very familiar: The Centaurs’ high-octane offense. Senior quarterback Marquel Carter, beginning...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 17, 2009

Culver, Inglewood Look Best In League

One week into the high school football season things are shaping up in the Ocean League. Culver City has won the championship the last three years and was impressive in its non-league rout of St....

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 17, 2009

Yankees At Dodgers Next Season

Joe Torre versus the New York Yankees. How does that sound? Next season’s tentative major league schedule has been revealed and the Yankees will play at Dodger Stadium on June 25-27. Whatever Torre...

 
 By Steven Lieberman    Arts    September 17, 2009

Kentwood Play Is An American Classic

Nothing warms the heart like a good laugh, and there are laughs aplenty in the Kentwood Players’ handsome new production of Charles Busch's Tale of the Allergist's Wife. Busch built his reputation...

 
 Arts    September 17, 2009

Eclipsed to Open Sunday at Douglas Theatre

The West Coast premiere of Danai Gurira’s “Eclipsed” opens Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City Directed by Robert O’Hara, “Eclipsed,” continues through October 18. “Eclipsed,” a...

 
 
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