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Articles from the November 18, 2010 edition

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Even if you’re not playing

Birthday wishes go out to John Swenson, Jim Gross, Kyle Johnson, James Mullen, Gary Mitchell, Alfreida Ferrell, Charlene Aspray, Ruth Walter, Jessie Benjamin, Lu Stillman, Dorris Woods, Steven Harris, Freda Dolores Cain, Franklin Monzon, Jessica...

 

Culver Skater To Dance In The Nutcracker

It is that time of year again when over a hundred girls and boys ages 3 to 17 prepare for The Marat Daukeyev Ballet Theatre’s presentation of The Nutcracker. This holiday favorite and one of the most treasured classical ballets of all time is...

 

Raimo-Kouyate Joins Sony Pictures

Michelle Raimo-Kouyate has been named president of production for Sony Pictures Animation, it was announced by Bob Osher, President of Digital Productions for Sony Pictures Entertainment. The respected industry veteran joins SPA from Dreamworks...

 

Foul Odor Sends a Few Fleeing from Culver Homes

A backed-up sewer main sent nasty fumes into the air around the intersection of Lucerne and Duquesne avenues on Friday, Nov. 12, reportedly forcing a few people from their homes to escape the stench. The Public Works Department dispatched a team to...

 

Foreclosure Help Arrives in Culver

Mortgage giant Fannie Mae has opened a large new facility in Culver City to provide free, comprehensive help to Southland homeowners who are struggling to make their housing payments or are even...

 

Centaurs’ Playoff Test Will Be Severe

The roller coaster ride that has been the Culver City High football team’s 2010 season is on the rise. The Centaurs, who have been up and down all season, hit a high point last Friday when they defeated Beverly Hills 49-34 in their regular-season...

 

New Point Guard Sparks USC

Maurice Jones is 5-foot-7, a freshman from Michigan and a key player for the USC basketball team this season. This is what I like best about college basketball. A newcomer can arrive and make an...

 

NBA Teams Are Full Of Surprises

It happened in the NFL this season and now it’s happening in the NBA. The teams expected to dominate aren’t doing that. and others are doing surprisingly well. When the Oakland Raiders and Kansas...

 

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