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Articles from the September 24, 2009 edition

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 By Jozelle Smith    News    September 24, 2009

Expect Knock On Door Saturday

Déjà vu all over again – Culver City Lion Jack Barton showed up at last week’s luncheon meeting with yet “… another body part encased in surgical wrap, setting off another health and welfare program. This time it was his left hand which he...

 
 News    September 24, 2009

Culver Accordian Diva Draws Upon Music Knowledge

Any person who plays an instrument as multi-faceted as an accordion needs to know something about music. But few accordion players—or players of any kind—know as much about music as Culver City’s Gigi “Gee” Rabe. An accordionist since...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    September 24, 2009

Parking Fees Double In Culver City-PXP Submits Plans For New Oil Wells

The Culver City Council voted 5-0 Monday night to double the fees at city parking meters from 50 cents to $1 per hour. Despite protests from the business community councilmembers echoed the...

 
 News    September 24, 2009

Vera Endorses Siever For School Board

Former Culver City Mayor and Councilman Albert Vera has announced Patricia G. Siever as his endorsement for the Culver City School Board and encourages all to support her on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3. “In these challenging economic times...

 
 News    September 24, 2009

Karlo Silbiger To have Two Saturday Events

Parents of Culver City students will open their homes for two events this weekend showcasing Karlo Silbiger, candidate for the Culver City School Board. At each, Silbiger will describe his detailed plans to improve the schools. Near El Rincon...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    September 24, 2009

All School Board Candidates Support Parcel Tax-They answer 20 Questions In Debate

Facing a lively audience in the auditorium of El Marino Language Immersion School, five of the six candidates in the race for seats on the Culver City School Board discussed their views in a forum...

 
 News    September 24, 2009

Active America Comes To Culver-Palms

The Culver-Palms Family YMCA will partner with the community to keep America fit and healthy. The YMCA is opening its doors for a week-long open house filled with wellness lectures and screenings, fun classes and community neighborhood events,...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    September 24, 2009

Accountability Is Theme At School Board

Students and School Board members both need to be held to accountability. That seemed to be the theme of Culver City School Board meeting Tuesday night . Assistant Superintendent Gwenis Laura gave a...

 
 News    September 24, 2009

Disabilities Carnival Scheduled

Each year, Culver City proclaims October as Disability Awareness Month in order to celebrate diversity and create awareness regarding people with disabilities. During the October 12 City Council meeting at 7 p.m., Mayor Andrew Weissman will make...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 24, 2009

Lasorda’s Contribution: Meaningful Hugs

When Joe Torre became manager of t he Dodgers he observed that ‘Tommy Lasorda hugged his players and we all laughed at him. Now we all do it.” Lasorda, who celebrated his 82nd birthday last week,...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 24, 2009

Banks Is Playing At Fullerton College

We receive a lot of response to sports happenings here at The Observer. One of the most frequently asked questions is “whatever happened to Darius Banks?” It’s a tribute to Banks’ ability as...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    September 24, 2009

Tribute To Kramer Scheduled Saturday

A Memorial Service for International Tennis Hall of Famer Jack Kramer, who died Sept. 12 at age 88. is sdcheduled Saturday from 11 a,m. to 1 p.m. at the LA Tennis Center at UCLA. Kramer led the US...

 
 Sports    September 24, 2009

Culver Rolls Up The Points-Offense Is Explosive Once Again

Every time Peninsula High made a mistake, the Culver City High football team capitalized Friday afternoon. The Centaurs won again, following up their opener against St. Bernard with another explosive performance on offense and an opportunistic...

 
 Arts    September 24, 2009

Retirement Bash Coming To Senior Center

In partnership with MOCA’s education department, artist Elana Mann and students from Culver City Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) will present an interactive performance entitled Retirement Bash on Saturday, October 24 at the Culver...

 
 
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