Articles from the July 29, 2010 edition

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  • City Manager Backs Police Chief

    David W. Myers|Jul 29, 2010

    Efforts by the local police officers’ union to oust Chief Don Pedersen took another turn this week, when Interim City Manager Lamont Ewell said he has informally investigated the five specific charges that the union recently leveled at the chief and determined that most of them have “very little merit.” “And frankly,” Ewell told The Observer, “some of them have no merit at all.” Ewell’s remarks came just days after the Culver City Police Officers’ Association announced that 86.5 percent of i...

  • 1959 Prices Rock at Dinah's Blast To The Past

    Elisabeth Hebert|Jul 29, 2010

    Dinah’s annual “Blast to the Past” on Tuesday was truly a blast to the past! Between the waitresses’ dressed in poodle skirts, bobby soc ks and ponytails to the he rock n roll music the 1959 vibe was definitely recreated. The restaurant was packed, especially because of the 1959 prices. The customer service was exceptional and our waitress, Elena Rosales was on duty from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Our bill was literally $5.69. After my kids and I downed cheeseburgers, fries, fried chicken and cokes, we might be headed for a serious cleanse this coming...

  • Congratulations to new Culver City Lions Club president

    Jozelle Smith|Jul 29, 2010

    Here’s an opportunity to enjoy a great local trio: Next Tuesday, August 3rd from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. the popular "Mystic Knights Trio" will perform for one evening only at Ugo Wine Bar,3865 Cardiff Ave., Culver City. You may have previously enjoyed their tunes at the Culver Hotel and Rush Street, so now you can grab some tasty Italian food and/or wine and hear Culver City's own Martin (Sonny "B") Bennett on percussion, Dave Melton on guitar, and Roger Handy on harmonica and vocals perform a wide variety of American Roots Music. Wasn’t that Marth...

  • Lakers Honor Observer Sports Editor

    Steven Lieberman|Jul 29, 2010

    The Lakers honored Observer Sports Editor Mitch Chortkoff last week for his many years of covering the team. Bob Steiner, who heads the Lakers’ public relations operation, made the presentation of Laker memorabilia at California Villa in Van Nuys, where Chortkoff has been recovering from surgery. Chortkoff returned to work at the Observer’s Culver City office this week. The Lakers’ presentation team consisted of Steiner, public relations director John Black, general manager Mitch Kupchak and l...

  • Upgraded Roster Will Help Lakers

    Mitch Chortkoff|Jul 29, 2010

    When I was traveling with Laker teams for many years we used to pass idle time by discussing a variety of basketball topics. One time Jerry West told me it was important to make changes, usually among the reserves, every season regardless of how successful the team had been. He thought it was best to do that for team chemistry. Mitch Kupchak is the general manager now and it’s obvious he was well trained by West. The Lakers have won the NBA championship the last two years but they’ve rec...

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