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GOP Optimism About Winning Statewide Is Misplaced


Op-Ed

These are days of optimism, maybe even delusion, for the California Republican Party, which hasn’t won a statewide race of any kind since 2006.

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The Old Days of School Discipline Were Beneficial for Us


Op-Ed

Dateline Dayton -- I must have been desperate for reading material the other day. I read an article by a family psychologist regarding discipline. A first grade teacher was asking the psychologist what she could do about a girl in her class.

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As Closing Day Approached, Farris Mulled Two Questions


News

At least two arguments ranged against Principal Dylan Farris announcing last week that this afternoon would be his song of swans on the Culver City High School campus:

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La Ballona Invites Community to Next Saturday’s Fall Festival


News

La Ballona Elementary School will celebrate its sixth annual Fall Festival next Saturday, Nov. 1, from 11 to 4 on the campus, 10915 Washington Blvd.

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Marks Measures Effects of Great Recession on Hometown Businesses


News

Fourth in a series With Culver City’s restaurant-loaded downtown awaiting a predicted influx of retailers, realtor Wally Marks pondered a broad question:

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Debating How Thrifty We Are About Conserving Water


News

Fourth in a series Stephen Murray, Culver City candidate a vacant seat on the board of the West Basin Water District, says the Metropolitan Water District is guilty of “mythmaking” when it claims Southern Californians are handling the present drought in a disciplined manner.

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Flashcards On Demand


Op-Ed

Well, not exactly “on demand” - perhaps more like “on request.”

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Senor, I Am One of Israel’s Best Friends


Op-Ed

Dateline Southern California -- Not many are aware, but Mexico and Israel always have had close ties.

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Mom Bass and Mom Mitchell Help Girls Pin Their Victim Badges


Op-Ed

The noisiest and least ambitious of God’s most counterfeit victims -- chatty girls too busy griping to seek work -- huddled together under one girly roof yesterday.

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AVPA Students Offer a Preview Tonight at 7 at Black Box


A & E

In anticipation of performing on Saturday at an out-of-town theatre festival, members of Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, will stage a preview for the home crowd this evening.

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