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Meghan Sahli-Wells Makes It Official

Meghan Sahli-Wells Makes It Official

The candidate filed papers January 19 to officially register her campaign for the City Council election on April 13, 2010. On a rainy Tuesday morning at City Hall, Meghan Sahli-Wells submitted the documents that will place her name on the ballot for City Council. From the start, Sahli-Wells’ campaign has attracted large numbers of supporters, including many government officials and community [...]

Friday Night Salsa Dancing at the Culver-Palms YMCA

Friday Night Salsa Dancing at the Culver-Palms YMCA

So you think you can't dance? If you can walk, you're on you're way. Shine up those shoes and get to the YMCA on Jan. 22 to have fun and dance your way to a healthier you. Salsa Dance the night away! Think exercise can't be fun? What better way to spend your evening than moving to the music. Learn the hottest new dance moves while getting healthy with your friends. In the courtyard  from [...]

Going Green Is Not Just Cool But Will Save Major Money by Natalie Bergman

Going Green Is Not Just Cool But Will Save Major Money by Natalie Bergman

Reducing your home’s carbon footprint by going “green” is not simply socially cool, it will also save money on your utility bills. Start by performing your own energy audit: look for the culprits that can be causing a lot of energy waste. Your energy audit should include the following evaluation: 1. Air leaks: look for cracks, openings or drafts that are causing cold air to seep in and [...]

Scott Malsin Hosts “Cast Party” Fundraiser

Scott Malsin Hosts “Cast Party” Fundraiser

Councilman Scott Malsin is hosting a “Cast Party” fundraiser to support his re-election campaign on Saturday, Jan. 30 in the commissary of world-famous Culver Studios. Tickets are available online at http://www.Vote4Scott.org or by calling the campaign hotline at 310-945-5499. “It'll be a fantastic event, and your support will help re-elect Scott to the City Council,” said Campaign [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Neither wind nor rain nor sleet nor hail will cancel the Tuesday afternoon Culver City Farmers Market. While there are several days of rain predicted this week, the only thing predictable about the weather is its unpredictability. There was no rain locally on Monday afternoon and evening. With luck, the rain will hold off long enough for market vendors and shoppers to enjoy a dry afternoon on [...]

Recipes to Warm You From the Inside Out by Katie Malich

Recipes to Warm You From the Inside Out by Katie Malich

Rich German Stew (serves 6) 3 lbs. beef stew meat (chuck roast cut into 2 inch cubes works well for this recipe) 1/2 c. flour 2 T. oil 2 c. cold water 1/4 c. apple cider vinegar 3 large onions, sliced 1 t. salt 8 whole cloves 2 T. flour 1 c. milk 1 c. water Dredge the meat with 1/4 c. flour, shaking off any excess. In a large Dutch oven, heat 2 T. oil. Add some of the meat. Cook [...]

Culver City Friends of the Library Annual Dinner

Culver City Friends of the Library Annual Dinner

The Culver City Friends of the Library will hold their Annual Membership Meeting and Installation Dinner on Thursday, Jan. 28, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel, 6161 Centinela Ave. All are invited to join in celebrating a great year in the newly renovated Culver Club Lounge. Culver City Mayor Andy Weissman will be present to swear in the new board of the Friends. A silent auction of [...]

Pancake Breakfast with Jeff Cooper at Veteran’s Park

Pancake Breakfast with Jeff Cooper at Veteran’s Park

Thinking about the upcoming city council race? April is just not that far away. Take a moment on Saturday, Jan. 30 to meet Jeff Cooper who is a candidate for City Council. Come hear about his vision for Culver City and learn why he is running, and what his views are on the issues that concern our neighborhoods, our schools and our citizens. There will be a pancake breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to [...]

Just a Thought- Dr. King, Of Course by Judith Martin-Straw

Just a Thought- Dr. King, Of Course by Judith Martin-Straw

The danger if having a national holiday in one’s honor is that there is the risk of being turned into a greeting card, simple, palatable and undemanding. Of all the radical philosophies to come out of the sixties, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s embrace of non-violence is one that continues to offer political inspiration in an age of suicide bombers and extremist philosophies. While most of [...]

Cultural Affairs Town Hall Hears Artists Asking for Space by Miriam Estavanez

Cultural Affairs Town Hall Hears Artists Asking for Space by Miriam Estavanez

The Culver City artistic community is experiencing  growing pains. At a "town hall" style meeting of the Cultural Affairs Commission last Tuesday, Jan. 12, the Culver City Cultural Affairs Commission invited the public to participate in the Annual Cultural Affairs Town Hall to contribute and listen to ideas for current and future Cultural Affairs programming, and many who spoke were not focused [...]

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