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Archive for March 16th, 2010

Letter to the Editor- Support for Sahli-Wells

Letter to the Editor- Support for Sahli-Wells

To the Editor: I am writing to express my enthusiastic and wholehearted support for Meghan Sahli-Wells for City Council. I am a 15-year Culver City resident and homeowner, and the mother of two children in Culver City schools. My husband and I chose Culver City as our home because of its strong, vibrant schools; its safe, close-knit neighborhoods; and its culturally diverse and dedicated [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Corned beef and cabbage and ? That's a question many of us face each March 17 as we plan a St. Patrick's Day meal. Corned beef and cabbage are part of the Irish-American tradition. In the “Old Country,” beef was expensive, as most Irish beef was exported to England. Families generally did not have beef cattle for their own use, just one or two dairy cows. So pork, including salt pork and [...]