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Archive for August 10th, 2010

Fresh From the Farm- Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm- Katie Malich

What brings you to the Farmers Market? Great food, great principles and values, or great community? This weekend, I was listening to environmentalist and author Bill McKibben being interviewed by Public Media's Krista Tippett on the radio program “Speaking of Faith.” McKibben is the founder of 350.org, an organization leading the fight to bring the level of carbon in our atmosphere – [...]

We Tell Stories- Last Show of the Summer

We Tell Stories- Last Show of the Summer

Catch the final performance of "The Rhine's Gold," We Tell Stories' family-friendly adaptation of of Wagner's opera "Das Rheingold." Meet gods, dwarves, giants, and Rhine maidens in this 40-minute romp that includes orchestral selections from the opera. Wednesday, August 11th from 2 to 3 p.m. The performance is free! "The Rhine's Gold" concludes our summer residency “Make a Splash – Read!” [...]

Literary Uprising – An Evening at Antioch

Literary Uprising – An Evening at Antioch

The Literary Uprising is one way that Antioch celebrates and shares the art of creative writers within the AULA community. Each quarter, a BA student, an MFA student and a faculty member are invited to share original work at a free reading that is open to the public. The event, co-sponsored by the BA program and the online literary journal Two Hawks Quarterly, begins with a wine and cheese [...]

Clayton Museum Wins Grant

Clayton Museum Wins Grant

Culver City's Mamie A. Clayton Museum and Library (MCLM) has won a grant that will allow it seek a permanent director, and allow the institution to expand it's world-class status.  MCLM is the largest independently-held collection of objects, documents and memorabilia on African American history and culture.   The museum has been under Acting Director Cynthia Hudley  since the death of [...]

Dear Editor – The Vote on Irving Place

Dear Editor – The Vote on Irving Place

I invite any City Council member to explain what the City or its citizens gain by giving away its land to private developers. That’s essentially what the Redevelopment Agency (aka City Council) did on August 9 when it voted to use $6 million of Affordable Housing funds to assist the troubled development at 4043 Irving Place. After paying $3.1 million for the property two years ago, the [...]