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CC Foodie – Sustainable and Sweetly Scorched at Surfas

CC Foodie – Sustainable and Sweetly Scorched at Surfas

Interested in sustainable lifestyles and delicious food?  Get yourself to Surfas on Saturday October 6 from 11-1pm and "Fire it- UP!" with Alex Weiser. Find more earth friendly ways to feed yourself and your family with A Sustainable Kitchen at Surfas and 'Fire- it-Up" for Fall, when a little bit of Hatch, New Mexico will be coming to Culver City. Alex Weiser of Weiser Family Farms will be fire [...]

Motor Ave. Farmers Market to Open Sunday

Motor Ave. Farmers Market to Open Sunday

The Motor Avenue Farmers’ Market invites you to our Grand Opening event on Sunday, September 30. The Farmers’ Market is open every Sunday from 9am to 1pm on National Boulevard west of Motor Avenue. It features the best of local produce as well as prepared foods and crafts from local restaurants and artisans, musical acts, face painting, balloons, and other activities for kids of all [...]

Hungry? Cooking at Surfas with Becky Reams

Hungry? Cooking at Surfas with Becky Reams

A semi-finalist on the hit show, Masterchef, Becky Reams brings modern, soulful, culinary flair to every kitchen she steps into. When not cooking for Gordon Ramsay, or Paula Deen, Becky is photographer/ cook & thrill-seeker. All three tied up with an undeniable passion for food & life.  "Eat, laugh, love, and eat some more."  Saturday Sept. 22 from 11 to 1 at Surfas For more [...]

New Farmer’s Market Opening – Sept. 2

New Farmer’s Market Opening – Sept. 2

The Motor Avenue Farmers’ Market will be open Sundays from 9am to 1pm, starting September 2, 2012. The market will take place on National Boulevard west of Motor Avenue, and feature the best of local produce, as well as prepared foods and crafts from local restaurants and artisans. The farmers’ market is a collaborative effort of the Motor Avenue Improvement Association, Faith2Green, as [...]

Rush Street Toasts the Culver-Palms YMCA

Rush Street Toasts the Culver-Palms YMCA

There are lots of things Rush Street does right; the great food, the wonderful location, the endlessly inventive cocktails, the best fries on the planet, and the compost-able green take-out containers. On Monday July 16, there was also the celebration of the fourth anniversary, and a fundraiser for the Culver-Palms YMCA. While the tables were filled with YMCA staff members such as Chad Maender [...]

Rush Street Fourth Anniversary to Benefit YMCA – July 16

Rush Street Fourth Anniversary to Benefit YMCA – July 16

Join the party for Rush Street’s 4th Anniversary of opening in downtown Culver City! This year, owners Ken Kaufman and Brian McKeaney are inviting families, along with everyone else, to celebrate the occasion in the spirit of this year’s theme: FOUR MORE YEARS…AND THEN SOME!!! Generously, from 5–9pm, KIDS EAT FOR FREE!! After 9pm the young at heart will enjoy birthday-style partying [...]

Tell Trader Joe’s – No Antibiotics Please

Tell Trader Joe’s – No Antibiotics Please

According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately two million people acquire bacterial infections in U.S. hospitals each year. About 70 percent of those infections are resistant to at least one antibiotic. The trends toward increasing antibiotic resistance show no sign of slowing down. Why are infections in people becoming resistant to antibiotics? The U.S. Food and Drug [...]

Tainted Romaine @ Vons & Pavilions (The Tip of the Iceberg)

Tainted Romaine @ Vons & Pavilions (The Tip of the Iceberg)

Pacific International Marketing is recalling romaine lettuce after a field test showed the presence of salmonella. The lettuce is sold at Vons and Pavilions stores, and banded with a red twist tie marked "Safeway." The produce was sold between July 2 and July 4 and had a code of 12EASROM182. No bagged or carton lettuce was affected. Consumers were advised to  return it to the place of [...]

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education to Grow Community Garden

STAR Education, through its SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Gardening Education) Project, is spearheading a campaign to develop a new community learning garden in Culver City to serve the population here and on the Westside of Los Angeles. STAR’s goal with the SAGE Project is to create an innovative new experiential learning garden that will meld the gardening spirit and goals of the Westside [...]

Raw is on the Rise – Jana Williams – CCFoodie

Raw is on the Rise – Jana Williams – CCFoodie

Demi Moore does it, Alicia Silverstone lives for it, and even Oprah indulged for a while. Have you ever done it? I’m talking about eating raw. Due to an increased global consciousness about the sustainability and safety of our food supply, and concern over the rising incidence of obesity, interest in raw, locally grown produce is on the way up. And, so too are the number of choices [...]

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