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Archive for July, 2010

“M” Cafe Features New Summer Menu

“M” Cafe Features New Summer Menu

Starting Tuesday, July 20 through Labor Day, M Café is firing up the grill with the launch of its new Summer Grillin’ to-go menu, featuring flame-friendly proteins, vegetables, signature sauces, sides, and sweet treats to enjoy. Since its inception five years ago, M Café has been serving Angelenos wholesome food with the finest natural ingredients, including whole grains, beans, and farm [...]

Downtown Business Throws a Block Party- July 21

Downtown Business Throws a Block Party- July 21

Culver City is famous for the summer block parties. Many neighborhoods have them on Memorial Day or the Fourth of July. Now, the Downtown District has opted to have one every third Wednesday of the summer- So, July 21, (that's today!) is the one at the top of the calendar. Figure out your ride share/parking plan/designated driver stuff and make your way downtown tonight. Be really revolutionary, [...]

It’s Up to You – Frances Talbott-White

It’s Up to You – Frances Talbott-White

Looking Back at Prop 14: What Will 'TOP TWO' Mean to You? June 8's voting on ballot measures went as I expected, except in the case of Prop 14. Frankly, I was astounded that a ballot measure could be opposed by both major parties plus many third parties, and still pass. At 54% in favor and 46% opposed it wasn't a landslide, but now our state constitution mandates a Top-Two primary in [...]

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

If you're like me, your weekly shopping trips are timed around the Tuesday afternoon Culver City Farmers Market. By the time that Tuesday afternoon rolls around, my cupboards and refrigerator are not always completely bare, but they are often full of tid-bits of this and that and some forlorn-looking leftovers. This past week, I'd let my inner Texan rule the kitchen, so the fridge has the last [...]

From the Farmer’s Table – Recipes to Grill with Gusto

From the Farmer’s Table – Recipes to Grill with Gusto

Summer time, and the grillin' is easy. Fish are jumpin', and the grill is nearby. (With apologies to George and Ira Gershwin.) Hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and tofu dogs reigned supreme over the recent Fourth of July weekend. With grilling season in full-swing, here are some seafood and vegetable recipes for the grill guaranteed to keep both omnivores and vegetarians [...]

Achievable Foundation Hosts Food Fest -July 31

Achievable Foundation Hosts Food Fest -July 31

The Achievable Foundation is teaming up with 12 of LA’s best food truck vendors to provide an afternoon of great food and fun, while helping low-income children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. On Saturday, July 31  from 12–4 p.m., Achievable’s Westside Food Fest will roll onto the campus of Venice High School featuring local favorites Fishlips Sushi, India [...]

Debbie Berger Passes- A Loss to Our Community

Debbie Berger Passes- A Loss to Our Community

Debbie Berger, longtime resident of Culver City, died Friday, July 16 at the age of 62. She was beloved by family, church, school and community members who knew her and honored her dedication to her family, the children of Culver City and to those in need. She was humbly one of those Americans that give of themselves each day to contribute back to their communities to make our cities a better [...]

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 [...]

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