The LookOut


September 2004

9-30--Stalled Malibu Secession Effort to Resume
9-30--Santa Monica to Challenge Playa Vista Phase II Project
9-30--Council Inches Toward Auto Dealer Expansions
9-29--Drive-by Shooting Near Edison School
9-29--Saint John’s Reconstruction Gets Blessing
9-28--Auto Dealer Proposals Go to Council

9-28--Team for Change Goes from Trio to Duo
9-27--Shriver Denies Rumors of Political Aspiration
WHAT I SAY: The Matrix

9-24--Sexual Assault on Pico

9-24--City Workers Back Three Incumbents, Challenger

9-24--MUSIC: The Kings of the Blues and the French Prince of Piano at Westside Clubs This Week in Clubland
9-23--Opponents Question Tactics in College Bond Campaign
9-23--LETTERS: Commission on a Mission

9-22--Council Candidates Pledge to Support School Funding

9-22--Assembly Incumbent Touches Base in Santa Monica

9-22--LETTERS: Katz Sets Record Straight
9-21--Candidates Tackle Jet Traffic
9-20--Woman Shot in Sunset Park
9-20--Police Officers Endorse Three SMRR Candidates, One Rival
9-20--Chamber Candidates Come Out Swinging

9-20--WHAT I SAY: A Landmark Tale of Two Garages
9-17--MUSIC: Local Indie Musicians Succumb to Pier Pressure; Temple Bar Throws Its Own Anniversary Party

9-16--Firefighters Pick Three Incumbents, Shriver

9-16--Lantana Expansion Approved, Residents Divided

9-15--Candidates Tackle Rent Issues, as SMRR Challengers Boycott Landlord Forum

9-15--Chamber Picks Slates
9-14--School Board Approves Gift Policy, Malibu Separation Process
9-14--Special Ed Lagging Despite Reforms, Parents Say
9-13--Field of Candidates Shrinks; Race Remains Heated
9-13-WHAT I SAY: Back to All Politics is Local
9-13--Hammond Exhibits the Masters At Getty “Blueseum”
9-10--SMC Strong After 75 Years
9-10--MUSIC: From Shannon to Hammond, Blue is the Color of this Week’s Best Live Music on the Westside

9-10--Apartment Owners Settle Child Discrimination Suit

9-10--Summer of '06 Could Prove Rough Ride Downtown
9-10--A Taste of Europe
9-10--EXTRA!!! Incumbents Hedge Their Bets
9-9 -- SPECIAL REPORT: Tuning Up Bayside’s Economic Engine
9-9 -- Upswing for Downtown Economy
9-8 -- SMRR Opponents Punch Campaigns into Overdrive, as Chamber Meets with Candidates
9-6 -- Last Rites of Summer Draw Crowds to Beaches
9-6 --
WHAT I SAY: The Big One
9-3 -- Police Looking for Drinking Drivers, Seat Belt Scofflaws

9-2 -- District Scores Improve in Key State Index

9-2 -- Clemons Brings Sax Appeal to Closing Concert on the Pier

9-1--Local Greens Endorse Feinstein
9-1--LETTERS: Gruber’s “Myopic Anti-environmentalism”

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