Articles from the January 28, 2013 edition

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  • CSD Urges Californians To Consider Earned Tax Credits

    Jan 28, 2013

    On National EITC Awareness Day, the California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) urged eligible Californians to take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) during the 2013 tax season. As many as one out of five people eligible to claim this credit miss out because they don’t apply. If you work, and earned under $50,000 last year, you could receive up to $5,891 by claiming the credit on your 2012 Federal tax returns. “To receive the credit, eligible Californians must file a tax return and claim what they’ve earne...

  • Chardiet To Read At Library Event

    Jan 28, 2013

    CCUSD Board of Education member Laura Chardiet will read Ten Rosy Roses, a fun counting book at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library on Tuesday at 7 pm. , an event of the Friends of the Library. See ten rosy roses disappear before our eyes and see who gets a big surprise at the end. Admission is free, and there will be a Valentine’s Day craft project for the kids. The location is 4975 Overland Ave. For ADA accommodation, call 310 830-0231 or 310 830-4532 (TTY) at least six days prior to the event....

  • LACMA Public Programs February 2013

    Jan 28, 2013

    Gallery Discussion: The Art of Looking Thursday, February 14 | 12:30 pm BP Grand Entrance | Free with museum admission, no reservations Join museum educator Elizabeth Gerber for a one-hour facilitated gallery discussion exploring the exhibition Lost Line: Contemporary Art from the Collection. Observatories and Green Stones: Exploring the Origins of the Maya Calendar Saturday, February 16 | 1 pm Brown Auditorium | Free, tickets required | Tickets available at Ticket Office one hour before the start of the event Much of the current popular intere...

  • Casino Night Set For March 2

    Jan 28, 2013

    On March 2 from 6:30 pm to 11:30 the Culver City High Boosters Club is hosting its sixth Casino Night at Veterans Memorial Building. Tickets can be purchased from any school athletic team coach, team parent, or on-line at Ticket prices are $35 per ticket. Broadly viewed as the most fun fundraiser in Culver City, the evening again will deliver an outstanding entertainment value for the Culver community. Veterans Auditorium will take on the appearance of a Vegas casino, with gaming action on real casino tables generously sup...

  • Leiweke Named Sports Executive of Year

    Jan 28, 2013

    Championships in the National Hockey League and in Major League Soccer made for a y good year for AEG President and CEO Tim Leiweke, as the AEG-owned Los Angeles Kings and Los Angeles Galaxy won the Stanley Cup and MLS Cup in 2012. In recognition for an exceptional year, which also includes operating such facilities as STAPLES Center and The Home Depot Center and for guiding the development of Farmers Field, Leiweke will be honored as the 2012 Sports Executive of the Year during the 8th Annual LA Sports Awards, to be held on Sunday, March 3 at...

  • Culver Girls Win 16th Straight In League

    Mitch Chortkoff, Sports Editor|Jan 28, 2013

    The spectacular Culver City High girl’s varsity basketball team improved its record to 17-5, including 6-0 in the Ocean League, with two more victories last week. The Centaurs defeated Beverly Hills, 60-40 and Morningside, 70-20. The Centaurs won the league championship last season and have a current league winning streak of 16 games. “Practices have picked up,” said Coach Julian Anderson. “The players are paying attention to details.” Asked if practices have been harder than the games And...

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