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Articles from the October 16, 2012 edition

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 News    October 16, 2012

CCEF Announces Metro Cab Fundraiser

Whether you’re going to the airport, for your business or heading home after a party— whenever you need a cab, Metro Cab is available at 310-807-8855. For every ride you take, they will contribute $1 to the Culver City Education Foundation. That...

 News    October 16, 2012

Culver City FASTSIGNS® Owner Honored

“Clint Ehlers has achieved an impressive amount since opening his location and his success comes from sound business, marketing and management practices,” said Catherine Monson, CEO of FASTSIGNS International, Inc. “He is a model business...

 News    October 16, 2012

Daily Derby® Ticket Sold in Culver Worth $350,000

Daily Derby® Ticket Sold in Culver Worth $350,000 There may not have been a Triple Crown winner in horse racing this year, but one lucky California Lottery player who purchased their Daily Derby ticket in Culver City is excited nonetheless. That’s...

 News    October 16, 2012

Kentwood To Present Political Farce

Kentwood Players presents Lee Blessing’s political farce “Fortinbras” from November 9 to December 15 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm at the Westchester Playhouse, 8301 Hindry Avenue in Westchester. The production is directe...

 News    October 16, 2012

Dear Editor

Before you vote may I tell you the dirty big secret going around City Hall as they plan and scheme to pass Measure Y? They need your approval to pay ridiculous retiree pensions, medical benefits and super high wages. The city is millions of dollars...

 News    October 16, 2012

Supporters Rally For Measure Y

Realizing the import of Measure Y, more than 225 concerned residents came to Vet’s Park for the Yes on Measure Y Walk this past Saturday. Mayor Andy Weissman got things started with an inspirational talk and Vice Mayor Jeff Cooper explained the...

 By Dale Williams    Sports    October 16, 2012

Culver Loses, Awaits Santa Monica

Key Game Is Friday Night In a season that started out with so much promise, the Culver City High football team’s motto is quickly becoming “what could have been.” In each of the Centaurs’ losses this season, they have had myriad...

 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    October 16, 2012

Voice Of Lakers Signs New Contract

If you’ve been to a Lakers’ game in the last 28 years you’ve heard the voice of Lawrence Tanter on the public address system welcoming the crowd and announcing the lineups for both teams....