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Archive for July 19th, 2010

Dear Editor- An Open Letter to the Redevelopment Agency

Dear Editor- An Open Letter to the Redevelopment Agency

Dear Redevelopment Agency Members, The Downtown Neighborhood Association wishes to advise you of our position on the affordable housing component for 4043 Irving Place. The DNA supports the development of affordable housing in Culver City. Before appropriating approximately $6 million of redevelopment funds, as well as an undisclosed amount of grant money for this project, we ask that the [...]

Culver City Reads “Charlotte’s Web” at the Library

Culver City Reads “Charlotte’s Web” at the Library

Dozens of kids came to play, read, eat and watch a movie at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library on Saturday July 17. "Charlotte's Web" was the book being celebrated this summer, and while the hoped-for tarantulas did not come to play, lots of families did. The Gizas, Chris and Rosanne, brought their son Vincent to enjoy the evening. "We just finished reading the book last night," said Chris, [...]

The Buggy Whip Serves Lunch by Mary McGrath

The Buggy Whip Serves Lunch by Mary McGrath

Hooray! The Buggy Whip is again open for lunch! I’ve enjoyed this vintage place for dinner upon several occasions. Usually I go for their football-sized lobsters, steaks or the infamous Stone Crab Claws, a seasonal delicacy. But lunch too? Count me in. For those of you who have relegated this “old school” restaurant to special occasions, now you can enjoy their lunchtime menu, along [...]

MdR Summer Symphony Plays the Russians

MdR Summer Symphony Plays the Russians

July 22 at 7 p.m. at Burton Chase Park, the musicians of the Culver City Symphony magically materialize in their summer setting- the next concert of the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony features the music of two 20th Century Russian composers with decidedly different styles: Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff. Both composers received wide acclaim early in their lives, wheres for Prokofiev his acclaim [...]