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Articles from the September 10, 2015 edition

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If You Desire A Small Town Read This

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist Can anyone come up with America’s best small town? If you said Apex, North Carolina you are the winner of 100 gallons of gasoline, redeemable only at your...

 

Culver's lee to sing at woman's club meeting

The Culver City Woman’s Club is pleased to have Nancy Lee perform Western music at the first meeting of the club year on Monday, September 14. A Culver City native, Nancy’s first singing appearance was at age 15 at a Culver City Fire Department...

 

UCLA's Rosen: Heisman Candidate, NFL Soon?

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor Everyone knew UCLA had a premier quarterback recruit in Josh Rosen. He’s 6-foot-4 with a very strong arm and he threw 100 touchdown passes at St. John Bosco High in...

 

"The Object Lesson" Opens At Douglas Theatre

"The Object Lesson," created and performed by Geoff Sobelle and directed by David Neumann, opened Wednesday, September 9 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. Performances continue through...

 

It's A Loss but with Encouraging Moments

By Fred Altieri Sports Reporter Culver City High opened the 2015 football season with a hard-fought loss to West Torrance High, 22-0 before a very lively home crowd spirited on by the Centaur cheer...

 

Drug Drop Offs Scheduled at Kaiser

Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center, in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, encourages community members to participate in the 10th “National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day” on Saturday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to 2...

 

Lugo Cerra To Lead "Walk with a Doc"

Walk with a Doc resumes on Saturday, September 19. We have been invited to tour The Culver Studios at 9336 W. Washington Boulevard, Culver City. Entry will be from Ince Boulevard at Gate #2.Julie Lugo Cerra, our Culver City Historian, will lead a...

 

Cash For Kitchens Water Conservation Program Is In Culver City

In an effort to help restaurants and food service facilities save water during this time of serious drought, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) is expanding the Cash for Kitchens Program, one of its many free water conservation...

 

NBA To Seed Playoff Teams By Record

The NBA Board of Governors has unanimously approved changes to playoff seeding and qualification procedures effective with the 2015-16 season. As part of the modifications, the eight playoff teams in each conference will be seeded in order of their...

 

UCLA's Big Receivers Aid The Passing Game

By Myke Williams Sports Reporter If Josh Rosen first game as the UCLA starting quarterback is any indication, the freshman signal caller may be headed in a direction that we have never seen at UCLA. He looked better than former Bruin and Super Bowl...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: TIME OUT OF MIND

The Oscar race just got real with the release of Oren Moverman’s TIME OUT OF MIND. Boasting a tour de force performance by Richard Gere that is arguably the finest of his career, and one which shoul...

 

Tiggs to Run for Culver City Council

A resident of Culver City for more than 20 years, Lieutenant Colonel Marcus Tiggs (Ret.) announced today his candidacy for the 2016 Culver City Council. Tiggs' dedication to Culver City and community...

 

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