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Archive for May, 2010

Council and Conciliation

Council and Conciliation

It’s an important moment when someone decides that the parking ticket is worth it. The city council meeting that convened on Monday May 3 was interesting for many reasons, but one of them stood out as a moment that any city council, in any city, would want to have framed, matted and mounted on the wall for posterity. With the new council called to order, and Jeffrey Cooper installed as the [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Long-Lost Soviet Reflector Found on Moon A team of physicists led by a professor at UC San Diego has pinpointed the location of a long-lost light reflector left on the lunar surface by the Soviet Union nearly 40 years ago that many scientists had unsuccessfully searched for and never expected would be found. The French-built laser reflector was sent aboard the unmanned Luna 17 mission, [...]

Fiesta La Playa By Gabby Friedenthal

Fiesta La Playa By Gabby Friedenthal

The luminarias that lit up Heather and Art Coombs-Perez's driveway this past Saturday night sparkled in a way that only something made by a child ever could. Kandinsky, Van Gogh, or Monet, to name but a few, had nothing on these paper bag candle holders decorated by the pre-school kids at the La Playa Co-Op. As I stood at the entrance to the Perez’s place, watching the lights dance at dusk, [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Spring's in full swing at the Tuesday afternoon Culver City Farmers Market. You'll still be able to find fresh English peas and fava beans. (Check out the April, 2010, Fresh From the Farm for fresh pea and fava bean recipes.) You'll find a rainbow of tulips at the flower stands at the north and south ends of the market, and a tempting selection of ripe strawberries. For me, spring is [...]

Sierra Club Presents Santa Monica Mountains

Sierra Club Presents Santa Monica Mountains

Just in time for spring, the West Los Angeles Group of the Sierra Club is proud to present “The Santa Monica Mountains, LA's Best Idea!” with photographer James Kenney. Jim is a co-author with Milt McCauley of the definitive guide to the wildflowers of the Santa Monica Mountains. The Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area is an underutilized resource of peace and tranquility located [...]

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