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Articles from the October 24, 2012 edition

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 News    October 24, 2012

Christmas Bazaar Features Handmade Gifts

The Culver-Palms United Methodist Women will hold their Annual Christmas Bazaar from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 3. Find all the items you need for Christmas including handmade gifts, jewelry, Christmas decorations, dish towels,...

 
 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    October 24, 2012

Movie Review: The Sessions

Mark O’Brien was - and through his writings, still is - a powerful voice not only within the “disabled” community, but for humanity as a whole. Contracting polio at a very young age, O’Brien...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Culver Art Group To Have 17TH Annual Exhibit

The Culver City Art group will present a multi-media art exhibition of original artwork by its members at their 17th annual holiday show at the Playa Vista CenterPointe Club, 6200 Playa Vista Drive, Playa Vista on Saturday, November 10 from noon...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Culver’s Joey Guthman has Role In Stage Production

Culver City resident Joey Guthman, majoring in Design/Technology at Emerson College, is part of Emerson Stage's production of The Grapes of Wrath as Associate Lighting Designer/Projections Engineer. In this adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Dear Editor

“Third graders at Farragut learn to play the recorder. Students learn basic notes and music notation throughout the year. They also give concerts in front of an audience. This music program is offered to all third graders and is their opportunity...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Dear Editor

Visual instruction is key to learning. So just imagine the power of sharing a math strategy with manipulatives, viewing pages of a book, illustrating a diagram, or presenting a science investigation so all students can see it clearly. This is now...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Dear Editor

You don’t need 20/20 vision to see the concerns citizens have with their local government. This paper in the last few weeks has printed examples of individual salaries and benefits over $300,000 and annual pensions that were more than their annual...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Dear Editor

I want to express the appreciation of the Farragut Staff and parent community for the generous support given to our school by the Culver City Education Foundation. Funds from the All for 1 campaign afforded our school the opportunity to obtain...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Weissman, Clarke Discuss Measure Y With Raintree Residents

Mayor Andy Weissman and councilmember Jim Clarke finished their city-wide tour by sitting down with residents of Raintree to discuss Measure Y. Measure Y, the half-cent City sales tax to maintain essential Culver City services such as 911 emergency...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    October 24, 2012

Council Considers Bike Sharing Program

Council Considers Bike Sharing Program Monday’s City Council meeting seemed as green as the paper used for its agenda, with green transit the main focus. Topics ranged from speakers in public commen...

 
 By Cheryl Giraud    News    October 24, 2012

The Recipe Spot

Trick-or-treat? It’s that time of year to get in touch with your inner ghost, when the Halloween spirit fills the air with spooky little ghouls, goblins and witches trick-or-treat their way through...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Westside Homeowners Sue to Stop EXPO Construction

State Supreme Court Reviews Case By Stephen Hadland Observer Publisher Neighbors for Smart Rail (NFSR), a coalition of Westside homeowners, has filed for a stay on construction of Metro’s light rail's extension from Culver City to Santa Monica. In...

 
 News    October 24, 2012

Dear Editor

I live on a Culver City street where the arrival of emergency vehicles alerted the neighborhood to a sexual assault in broad daylight. Within a couple of minutes walking distance of my home are the sites of an armed robbery, at least one murder, and...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    October 24, 2012

How Far Can Howard Carry the Lakers?

The Lakers didn’t draft Shaquille O’Neal, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar or Wilt Chamberlain. All three came to the Lakers after they hsd established themselves with other teams. Combined, they won nine NBA...

 
 By Dale Williams    Sports    October 24, 2012

Centaurs’ Playoff Berth At Stake

Loss To Santa Monica Mars Hopes Instead of getting better, it seems as if the Culver City High football team’s offense is getting progressively worse. And the Centaurs’ playoff hopes are progressively getting bleaker. In one of its worst...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    October 24, 2012

Season Could Start Without Laker TV

After all Laker exhibition games didn’t become available on Laker-sponsored television, more of the same looks likely as the regular season begins. The Lakers’ season opener Tuesday night against...

 
 
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