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Articles from the November 12, 2009 edition

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 Health    November 12, 2009

BROTMAN MEDICAL CENTER “TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF”

Under new leadership, Brotman Medical Center is proud to announce an open invitation to the community for its upcoming Open House Gala Event entitled “Turning Over A New Leaf”. It is being held in the Main Lobby at Brotman Medical Center on...

 
 News    November 12, 2009

Michelle Maher Ford Sells “Cancer Insurance” to Help Raise Funds for The Wellness Center

Allstate agent, Michelle Maher Ford, of the Maher Insurance Agency in Culver City, is an insurance agent with a heart. Maher is dedicated to helping people face unexpected emergencies such as cancer. Her commitment is evident in her ongoing efforts...

 
 News    November 12, 2009

Culver-Palms YMCA Receives $7,500 Donation

The Culver-Palms Family YMCA celebrated the kickoff of its Annual Support Campaign last month at Culver Events with a donation of $7,500 from the Culver City Exchange Club. Exchange Cl ub President Elect Mike Snell, along with former Exchange Club Pr...

 
 By Jozelle Smith    News    November 12, 2009

November is “Family Caregivers Month,”

Art lovers will enjoy this weekend’s show at the Teale Street Sculpture Studio, 11847 Teale Street in Culver City. Hours are from 2 p.m. to 5 both Saturday and Sunday. For more information call the Studio at (310) 307-2697. Here’s a great members...

 
 News    November 12, 2009

Neal King Antioch President Appointed to Commission

Antioch University Los Angeles, located in Culver City, announces President Neal King, Ph.D has been invited to become a commission member of the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) and United Nation’s Commission on...

 
 By Victoria Sun    News    November 12, 2009

Joey Morgan Directs Employees In Culver City - Homeless No More

If only his mother, Artermease Jenkins, and his father, Vernon Ward Morgan, were alive to see Joey Morgan now. They would see a man who has overcome alcohol, drugs, gambling and poverty. They would see a hard-working man who loves his job, has his...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    November 12, 2009

School Board Debates Value Of Test Assessments

It was the next to last meeting of the lineup that has been the Culver City School Board for the last two years and there seemed to be a sense that old business should not hang over for the new Board...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 12, 2009

USC In Rose Bowl? It’s Possible

Contrary to popular belief, it’s possible USC can represent the Pac-10 in the Rose Bowl Game this season. The Trojans’ chances seemed to end with losses to Washington and Oregon, but a three-way...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 12, 2009

Kobe May Be Better Than We Thought

It’s staggering to realize what’s been going on with Kobe Bryant lately. He’s the reigning MVP of the NBA playoffs, which means he’s been recognized as perhaps the best basketball player in th...

 
 Sports    November 12, 2009

Four Straight Championships Again

Culver City High football coaches Jahmal Wright and Aki Wilson have a unique perspective on the Centaurs’ two four-peats. Four-peat, as in four consecutive Ocean League titles, which the Centaurs accomplished last Friday with a 49-0 victory over...

 
 Arts    November 12, 2009

AVPA's Nicholas Nickleby Runs Through November 22

The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) Theatre Department presents their first production of the season production calendar: Nicholas Nickleby, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and directed by Sheila Silver, AVP...

 
 Arts    November 12, 2009

AVPA Film Students Raise Funds for Upcoming Projects

Students from Culver City High School 's Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) Film Department, along with their parents, are sponsoring a Giant Garage Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 21, at the corner of Garfield and Elenda,...