The LookOut

September 2000
9-29--2000--Democratic Club Makes Picky Endorsements
9-29-2000--Lincoln Middle School Celebrates Top Honor
9-29-2000--Big Blue Bus Wins Again
MUSIC: Evan Dando Goes Country, Andy Summers Goes Jazz And The Red Elvises Go Back to the Beach This Week
EXTRA!!!  9-28-2000--Powerful Public Safety Unions Endorse Katz, Three Incumbents
9-28-2000--Council Hearing Turns Into Candidate's Forum on Homeless
9-28-2000--Council Gives Go-ahead to Tear Down 100-year-old Dilapidated Cottage
9-28-2000--Yankee Doodles' Nightclub Plan Falls Flat
9-28-2000--Bells and Books and Crystal Apples
9-27-2000--Financial Oversight Committee Gets Busy
9-27-2000--Former Rent Board Chair Named to Planning Commission
9-26-2000--Bayside Board Fails to Agree on Target

9-26--2000--Sundance Submits Plans for Aero Theater
9-25--2000--Family Expected to Turn Down City's Offer in Jacob's Playhouse Suit
9-25--2000--LETTERS: Panic, Good News, ATMs, Captioning and more on Jacob's Playhouse

9-25--2000--SPORTS: Samohi Overcomes Deficit, Obstacles To Win Again
9-22-2000--Fallen Tree Branch at SAMO High Triggers Panic
9-22-2000--Westside Shelter Coalition Celebrates Success Stories
9-22--2000--MUSIC: Whole Lotta Live Music
9-22--2000--Student Achievement Up
9-21-2000--Council Green Lights RAND Headquarters
9-21-2000--Bye, Bye ATM Ban
9-21-2000--Arts Commission Chair Resigns
EXTRA!! 9-20--2000--City's New Hotel Lease Paves Way  for Union
9-20-2000--Santa Monica Beaches Get Clean Sweep
9-18-2000--As the Battle Heats Up, Jacob's Playhouse is Still Standing
9-18-2000--LETTERS:RAND Decision "Simple," Former Supervisor Edelman; More on Jacob's Playhouse
9-18-2000--Sports: Samohi Stops Serra on Final Play of the Game
9-18-2000--Theater:Theater Review: "Fully Committed" Booked for 4-Star Entertainment
9-18-2000---Surf Betty:End of Summer Virtual Surfing
9-15-200--Music: Live Music Runs from Brandford to Wirtz on the Westside This Week
9-15-2000--Added Bonus or Health Hazard? Panel Debates Fluoridated Water
9-15-2000--Loews' Workers Turn Tables on Union
9-15-2000--Clean Sweep for Beach
9-15-2000--Reasons to Celebrate

9-14--2000--Academics Duel Over Wage Report; Community Weighs In
9-14-2000--Our Times Are Over
9-14-2000--Letters: Tear down a child's playhouse?
9-12--Bright News for Beach Bungalows; Possible Death Knell for Mortuary
9-13--2000--Former Mayor's Nephew Killed
9-13--2000--Of Landlords and Politics
9-13-2000--Last Stop for Transit Mall Before Final Decision
9-13-2000--MORE LETTERS: Save Jacob's Playhouse and Beware of Prop KK
9-11-2000--The City vs. Jacob's Playhouse
9-12-2000--LETTERS: Jacob's Playhouse, The Living Wage, Rand and Police
9-12-2000--SPORTS: Lacy, Samohi Enjoy A Smashing Debut
9-9-2000--Living Wage Benefits Workers With No Harm to Businesses, Peer Review Concludes
9-9-2000--SaMoHi Cameras, a New Member for the Financial Oversight Committee and the Search for a New Superintendent
9-8-2000--"Big, Expensive and Unwise," Opponents' Report Says of Living Wage Proposal
9-8-2000--MUSIC: Good Golly, Mr. Mali! McCabe's Got the Blues This Week; Even a Monkee Tries on His Shoe Suede Blues at Harvelle's
9-7--2000--Living Wage Study Flawed, Peer Reviewer Concludes
9-7--2000--School Oversight Committee Has Trouble Meeting
9-6--2000--State Supreme Court Deals Blow to Landlords
9-6--2000--The Moms Are Back, and They Mean Business
9-5-2000--SPORT: Both Samohi, St. Monica Rated 8th in CIF Polls


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9-5--2000--Endangered Art Studio's Airport Hopes Put on Hold
9-5-2000--Recapping RAND's Struggle to Stay in City
MUSIC: Summer Concert Series May be Over, But the Pier -- and The Clubs -- Still Keep the Live Music Flowing

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