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Articles from the November 28, 2012 edition

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 By Debbie Lynn Elias    Movies    November 28, 2012

Movie Review: Hitchcock

Knowing director Sacha Gervasi and his prior works, knowing the history of Psycho, and even having known several of the real-life players in the Psycho and Hitchcockian dynamic (among them, Alma...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Story Teller Coming To Library

On Tuesday, December 4 the Culver City library will have a special story time with outstanding story teller Celia Carroll. She will provide a festive winter craft to follow the stories beginning at 7 pm in the Meeting Room. The library’s annual...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Culver Historical Society Will Host Author Brian Taves

A “Meet and Greet” with author Brian Taves, film archivist with the Library of Congress since 1990, will be hosted by the Culver City Historical Society on Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. in the Archives and Resource Center. Taves’ book, Thomas...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

City Manager's Update

November 26, 2012 City Clerk’s Office · Addition of CCTV 35 to AT&T U-verse - Staff has been working to prepare the City’s Audio/Visual Room pursuant to specifications provided by AT&T to allow U-verse to carry CCTV 35. Preparations are...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Culver Elks Participate in Scholarship Program

The Elks National Foundation gives $ 2,296,000 to high school seniors each year who are college bound. Five hundred scholarships are award at the National Level. These range from $1000 a year for four years to $ 15,000 each year for four years. Half...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Light Up The Season

Tree Lighting Coming Up Culver City Holiday Tree Lighting, the annual downtown event presented by the Downtown BusinessAssociation and the City of Culver City in Town Plaza,will take place Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6 pm.. See Santa Claus as he makes a...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Silverlining Resale Boutique Teaches Skills to Special Needs Students

As the number of children diagnosed with autism, Asperger's Disorder, ADHD, and other special needs increases, centers that provide these children with the training they will need to develop essential life skills are more in demand than ever....

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Kentwood Announces ‘Ragtime’ Auditions

Kentwood Players will hold auditions for the 1998 Tony Award-winning musical “RAGTIME”...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Sister City Committee Schedules 50th Anniversary Events

The Culver City Sister City Committee invites the public to attend a series of events in December and January celebrating its 50th anniversary. Fifty years ago the City Council of Culver City formed the Culver City Sister City Committee (CCSCC),...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Skatefest Benefits Culver Education Foundation

Skatefest Benefits Culver Education Foundation Spreading holiday cheer in conjunction with the Culver City Education Foundation, The Holiday Ice Rink in Culver City is hosting two special fundraising skating sessions where 100 percent of proceeds...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

AVPA Art Student Wins First Place in Art Competition

AVPA Art Student Wins First Place in Art Competition Kate Johannesen, 12th Grade, from The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts at Culver City High, has been awarded First Place for her painting titled, “Leo Carrillo State Beach” by The...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Police Blotter

for November 20 through 26 Commercial Burglary: On November 20 at 11:20 am officers responded to the 11800 block of Washington Boulevard regarding a burglary investigation. The officers met with the victim who told them the following; he rented the...

 
 By Lynne Bronstein    News    November 28, 2012

There’s Some Optimism In The School Budget

Proposition 30 Money Provides Help Maybe it was because a number of high school students were present to cover the Tuesday night Culver City School Board meeting for their civics requirement, but Mike...

 
 News    November 28, 2012

Santa Sleigh Tour Begins Next Week

Downtown Plaza – Tree Lighting Ceremony Friday December 7 : 5 pm to 9. Carlson Park Residential Streets in the area bounded by: -Culver Blvd as the North border -Jefferson Blvd as the South border -Overland Ave as the West border -Van Buren Pl as t...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 28, 2012

New Head Boys Coach Leads Culver Basketball

It’s a new season and a new era for the Culver City High boy’s basketball program. Jon Chapman, the Centaurs’ head coach the last seven years, has given up the position to concentrate on being...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 28, 2012

Former Centaur Basketball Star Moves On

Former Centaur Basketball Stars Move On The two stars of last season’s Culver City High boy’s basketball team have moved on to college teams. Guard Keilan Horton is off to a fast start, averaging...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 28, 2012

USC Seems Likely To Keep Football Coach

A vote of confidence for a coach doesn’t often carry much weight. There are many examples of coaches being told they were safe only to be dismissed a short time later The latest example is Mike...

 
 Sports    November 28, 2012

WLAC Baseball Alumni Pitch For Winning Team In World Baseball Classic Qualifier

IN WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC QUALIFIER Former Wildcats Kesley Kondo (left) and Gabriel Asakura (right) pitched for victorious Brazil in the World Baseball Classic Qualifier in November 2012. Former West Los Angeles College baseball players Kesley Kondo...

 
 Sports    November 28, 2012

6 WLAC FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO

ALL-PACIFIC CONFERENCE TEAM WLAC President Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh congratulates the Wildcats defensive lineman Kaylin Ayers on being named to the All-Pacific Conference Team – First Team Defense. Ayers finished the season with 61 tackles and a...

 
 
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