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Articles from the October 2, 2014 edition

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Some Things to Think About

By Neil Rubenstein Observer Columnist I just know there are many, many of you out there who are in deep shock over the passing of Alexander Shulgin. He was born in Berkeley, CA on June 17, 1925 and...

 

New Law Promotes Access to Healthy Foods

On September 25 Governor Jerry Brown helped solidify California’s commitment to ensuring access to healthy foods when he signed Senate Bill 912 into law. Authored by Senator Holly J. Mitchell (D-Culver City), the bill is co-sponsored by the...

 

Mitchell Bill Expanding Contraceptive Rights Becomes Law

Governor Brown has signed into law a bill, authored by Senator Holly J. Mitchell (D-Culver City) which assures that every Californian with a health insurance plan may obtain contraception without...

 

Dodgers Can Be Champs but Erratic Play Leaves Doubts

By Mitch Chortkoff Sports Editor During most of my lifetime the New York Yankees have been baseball’s biggest spenders and often had the best team. They piled up World Series championships but in...

 

Police Chief to Speak At Library

Culver City chief of police Scott Bixby will be the guest speaker at Friends of the Library story time on Tuesday, October 7 at 7 pm. He will read some spooky Halloween stories. A fun arts and crafts...

 
 By John Nachbar    News    October 2, 2014

City Manager's Update

By John Nachbar City Manager City Manager’s Office • 8770 Washington Boulevard (Access Culver City) - At the September 9 Cultural Affairs Commission (CAC) meeting, the CAC approved a concept for...

 

World Communion at Culver-Palms Church

Culver-Palms United Methodist Church will celebrate World Communion Sunday starting at 10 a.m. (service and communion) on October 5. Immediately following the service, attendees are invited to enjoy a complimentary international food festival, where...

 
 By Fred Altieri    Sports    October 2, 2014

Paramount Hands Culver Another Loss

By Fred Altieri Observer Reporter The school of hard knocks is alive and well and still in session for Culver City High football in 2014. As the fading twilight sky revealed a sliver of an autumn...

 

DONALD ORMAND CHANDLER

Donald Ormand "Don" Chandler was born in Oregon City, Oregon, on September 19, 1924. He grew up on a small beef ranch owned by his parents, Harry and Frieda Chandler, and had his primary and high...

 
 By Bosmat Eynav    Sports    October 2, 2014

'I'M A BELIEVER'

By Bosmat Eynav Sports Columnist As a professional volleyball player in my younger years I have a special affinity to that sport. As an Israeli woman I was obligated to serve in the army for two...

 

Sip for Our Schools is Around the Corner

Looking for a great night out? Try the Culver City Education Foundation's 6th Annual Sip for Our Schools event on Saturday, October 11 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Rachlin Partners, 8640 National Blvd,...

 

Adopt and Shop's Lil Bub Event Was the Cat's Meow

Features Writer For those unfamiliar with the slang of the 1920s, "the cat's meow" refers to someone or something highly admired, and on Saturday, September 20 that cat-egorically described the...

 

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