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 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

As a Culver City parent, I believe it is time to increase the separation between the teacher's unions and the people that make decisions, which impact teacher's unions. People forget that teachers...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, I had heard from people working on Kathy Paspalis’s School Board re-election campaign that her lawn signs were being stolen from around town. Hers in particular, picked out at...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, I want to urge everyone to vote for Sue Robins for the Culver City School Board for two reasons: 1. I met Sue when she was my daughter’s 8th grade science teacher. My daughter has...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, My three votes: Karlo, Claudia & Kathy Karlo has been an outstanding leader on the School Board over the past four years. He championed the solar project and Environmental Sustainability...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, I’ve been teaching adapted physical education in Culver City Unified for over 10 years and work with “special needs” children. I’m frustrated with how the district spends...

 

New Douglas Play Opens Sunday

The world premiere of "The Black Suits" opens Sunday, November 3 at the Center Theatre Group/ Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. With music and lyrics by Joe Iconis, book by Iconis and Robert...

 

Sharman: One Of The Greatest Lakers

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Bill Sharman was one of the toughest men I've ever known. Also one of the nicest. When he became a Hall of Fame player with the Celtics stories were told that he used...

 

Clippers Cover Up Lakers' Banners

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Staples Center in Los Angeles is the only NBA arena shared by two teams. The Lakers have been superior for many years but the Clippers are regarded as the better team...

 

"Doc" Arrives to Heal the Clippers

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Glenn Rivers played basketball at Marquette University where Al McGuire was the coach. I remember he was Glenn Rivers at the time so I recently asked him where "Doc" c...

 

Vannelli Coming To Saban Theatre

By Steven Lieberman Observer reporter Gino Vannelli, who took the music world by storm in 1978 with his smash hit “I Just Wanna Stop” (#4 in the United States), will perform at the Saban Theatre...

 

Expo Line Phase Two Reaches Halfway Point

By Lynne Bronstein Observer Reporter Drivers and pedestrians crossing Venice Boulevard near National at the Culver City/Los Angeles border are passing under a wooden bridge that spans Venice...

 

Trick or Treat in Culver Village

Join the Culver Village Merchants for the first annual Halloween Candy Crawl in Culver Village which will be held on October 31 from 4-6 pm. More than 30 local businesses, shops and restaurants will...

 

Silbiger Announces Wolkowitz Endorsements

Culver City School Board member Karlo Silbiger, a candidate for re-election on November 5, announces the recent endorsements of former Mayor Ed Wolkowitz and former School Board President Marla...

 

Ward Came to Police Station to Die

By Stephen Hadland Publisher It has become painfully obvious that David James Ward showed up at the Culver City Police Department headquarters early Saturday morning two weeks ago to end his life. No...

 

Achievable Foundation Announces Grand Opening

On Monday, November 4 The Achievable Foundation will cut the ribbon on the Achievable Clinic, a first-of-its-kind, multidisciplinary medical home for individuals with developmental disabilities and...

 

Police Blotter

Theft from Vehicle: On October 22 at 5:50 pm, a victim called the police department to report that unknown suspect(s) stole her car battery. The victim said she parked and locked her 1996 Honda in...

 

Fund Raiser Planned For Robins November 2

On November 2, just a few days before the upcoming School Board election, the Committee to Elect Sue Robins to the CCUSD School Board has made final plans for a campaign fund raiser at the home of Pau...

 

Movie Review: Escape Plan

Classic! Classic action. Classic one-liners. Classic buddies. Classic action. ESCAPE PLAN is everything that we love about classic action movies and the genres high gods, Sylvester Stallone and...

 

Movie Review: Sex Tax

Who hasn't heard of The Mustang Ranch? The most famous brothel in the United States, the Mustang Ranch stood proudly for decades in the Nevada desert catering to a diverse clientele base, including...

 
 By Letters    Opinion    October 31, 2013

Dear Editor

Dear Editor, I have three votes in the upcoming Board of Education election, and I plan on using all three. With one, I’m voting for Sue Robins. Sue has ALL the qualities that are needed for an effe...

 

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