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Articles from the November 21, 2012 edition

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Movie Review: Red Dawn

In 1984, the movie world was rocked by John Milius’ RED DAWN. Politically set in the Cold War era, WWIII had begun with Soviets invading the United States - and by Soviets, I mean from Cuba, the...

 

CCEF’s Business Partners awarded at annual Benefactors Breakfast

The Culver City Education Foundation (CCEF) held its annual gathering acknowledging the generosity of major donors to the Foundation ($1,000 and above) on November 13 at the Akasha Restaurant. More than 85 business and community members attended the...

 

Holiday Boutique To Benefit CC Youth Health Center

Just in time for the holidays the Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center is pleased to host an exhibit and sale of the work of Culver City resident, artist and author Francia Turner Fate. The event will be on Saturday from 2 pm to 4 at 5502...

 

Westside Ballet of Santa Monica Announces Nutcracker Presentations

Westside Ballet of Santa Monica Announces Nutcracker Presentations Joy Womack, first American female to be accepted into the Bolshoi Ballet and former Westside student, returns to her native Southern California to perform as Sugar Plum Fairy, in...

 

West Dance Instructor Wins Award

Earlier this week, West Los Angeles College’s popular dance instructor Janet Roston took home a prestigious Ovation Award for her choreography in “The Color Purple,” produced by the Center Theater Group which runs the Kirk Douglas Theatre,...

 

Culver Democratic Club Schedules Holiday Party

The Culver City Democratic Club will hold its Annual Holiday Celebration and Silent Auction on December 12 with Special Guest Betty Yee. The evening's event will be held at the club’s regular meeting venue, the Veterans Memorial Auditorium Rotunda...

 

Stars To appear For Dickens At Douglas

Center Theatre Group and The Second City are assembling an eclectic collection of stars from the worlds of stage, screen, radio, politics, music, food, fitness, spirituality and interplanetary transport who will drop in, one by one, for a special...

 

Culver Gives Demos Big Win Margin

While President Obama eked out a popular margin win over his Republican opponent Mitt Romney with 50.6 percent of the vote, Culver City went decisively for the President, taking 77 percent of the...

 

St. Mary’s To Host Hospice Care Speaker

St. Mary in Palms Episcopal Parish is hosting an information meeting for Hospice care on Sunday, November 25. Rose Lanam from Angeles Vista Hospice Care in Beverly Hills will be speaking on “Palliative Care and Hospice, Advanced Directives and...

 

UCLA Has It’s Day Against USC

UCLA, 6-2 in the Pac-12) snapped a five-game losing streak to crosstown rival USC , 5-4 in the conference) with a 38-28 victory on Saturday at the Rose Bowl and earned a spot in the Pac-12 Conference...

 

End of the Road

The Centuars Fall to Lompoc For most of the past two and a half months, the Culver City High football team’s season has been something of a roller coaster ride. But just as the ride seemed to be getting really interesting, it came to an abrupt...

 

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