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Super Soup for the New Year by Katie Malich

Super Soup for the New Year by Katie Malich

Korean Rice Cake Soup (Dduk Gook) 6 servings 12 cups beef stock 2 (2 lb) packages of Korean rice cake ovalettes, soaked in water 2 eggs 1/2 lb. cooked boolgogi 2-3 green onions, sliced thinly on the diagonal 3/4 c. fresh spinach leaves, washed thoroughly and torn 2 to 3 sheets of seaweed (gim) cut into small, thin strips light soy sauce salt black pepper Soak rice cakes in water [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Close Encounters of the Phobos Kind The Mars Express spacecraft, which has been orbiting the Red Planet since 2004, recently began a series of close flybys of Phobos, the larger of Mars’ two moons. The campaign will reach its crescendo on March 3, when the spacecraft will set a new record for the closest pass to Phobos, skimming the surface at just 50 km. The data collected could help [...]

Transition Culver City Meets on Feb 24 to Talk About Water

Transition Culver City Meets on Feb 24 to Talk About Water

Transition Culver City will host a talk on water use in California, focusing on how ocean-friendly gardens conserve this precious resource. Pieter Severynen, Director of Design and Planning at North East Trees will be speaking and showing slides to illustrate water use in California and how Ocean-Friendly gardens conserve this precious resource. In this talk you will learn about how water is [...]

Week at a Glance: February 22 to February 26

Week at a Glance: February 22 to February 26

Week at a Glance Here is a quick look at events going on around town for February 22 to February 26 Monday, February 22, 2010 City Council Time: 7:00 pm Venue: Council Chamber Culver City, 90232 Tuesday, February 23, 2010 Spring Camp Registration Begins for Non Culver City Residents Time: 11:30 am Venue: 4117 Overland Av Culver City, 90230 Wednesday, February 24, [...]

Sahli-Wells Wins Endorsement from Watson

Sahli-Wells Wins Endorsement from Watson

At the Feb. 20 luncheon of the Culver City Democratic Club, retiring Congresswoman Diane Watson offered endorsement for city council candidate Meghan Sahli-Wells. Watson took Sahli-Wells by the hand and said "I want to support you. You can use my name." Sahli-Wells was pleased to accept. Watson has only rarely endorsed candidates for local offices, and will be retiring from her congressional [...]

News as it Happens…

News as it Happens…

At 4:45 pm on Saturday Feb. 20, I was sitting in my study wondering what the hell-icopter noise was all about, and a glace out my windows showed that there were several police cars lined on the other side of the creek. People sometimes think of the creek as a good place to hide, but in most instances, they have just seen too many bad movies. A call to the Culver City poice Department informed me [...]

AVPA Art Students Win Key Awards

AVPA Art Students Win Key Awards

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is a nation-wide arts competition open to all high school students. Culver City High School (CCHS) art students from CCHS Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) have been recognized for their exceptional talent in the visual arts. Seniors, Charlene Amarasekara and Sequoyah Madison, have won “Gold Key” awards, the highest level of achievement, [...]

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm by Katie Malich

Got a tiger in the house? This past weekend, many Southern Californians celebrated the Asian New Year. On Feb. 12, 2010, the Year of the Tiger was ushered in with fireworks, family gatherings, and feasting. In keeping with the Chinese tradition, I made sure to eat some long noodles to ensure a long life. I'd hoped to meet the new year with a clean house, carefully swept to start the new year [...]

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Looking Up by Bob Eklund

Imaging Pluto’s White, Dark-Orange, and Charcoal-Black Terrain NASA has released the most detailed and dramatic images ever taken of the distant dwarf planet Pluto. The images from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope show an icy, mottled, dark molasses-colored world undergoing seasonal surface color and brightness changes. Pluto has become significantly redder, while its illuminated northern [...]

Community Speak-Out on Sustainability

Community Speak-Out on Sustainability

Get together with other Culvercitizens and explore ways to encourage city government to make sustainable practices more accessible in Culver City. The event will take place at the home of Karen & Shuji Kurokawa. As Vice-Chair of Culver City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Committee, a steering committee member of Transition Culver City, and a seasoned bicycle commuter, Meghan will [...]

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