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Have a Laugh at the YMCA

Have a Laugh at the YMCA

Laughing is healthy. YMCA member and stand-up comedian Jonathan London will be performing his newest comedy act in the courtyard for an evening of healthy laughs. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune system, boost your energy, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use. Friday ( that's [...]

AVPA Hosts Frost Film Festival

AVPA Hosts Frost Film Festival

The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) is proud to welcome young filmmakers from around Los Angeles County to participate in the 12th Annual Frost Film Festival. The festival runs Friday and Saturday, January 22 and 23, from 7 pm to 10 pm in the Sony Black Box Theatre, Room 9 in Robert Frost Auditorium, 4401 Elenda Street, Culver City 90230. General Admission each night is $10 and $8 [...]

Parenting Puzzes- Marni Parsons

Parenting Puzzes- Marni Parsons

Q. Our kids have issues with food. One will only eat this, the other will only eat that, and they get so stuck on one thing, they refuse to try anything new. How do I get some nutrition into my children without a major battle? A. There are two things you must never get into a battle over with your children, and that is their input and output. In other words, do not argue about food and [...]

Ridley-Thomas Endorses Malsin for Council

Ridley-Thomas Endorses Malsin for Council

Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, whose Second District includes Culver City, announced on Jan. 11 that he is supporting Councilmember Scott Malsin in his re-election bid. Ridley-Thomas has worked closely with Malsin and Culver City to address citizens’ concerns over plans by Plains Exploration & Production (PXP) to expand its oil drilling operations in Culver City and [...]

Farmer’s Table Recipes by Katie Malich

Farmer’s Table Recipes by Katie Malich

Farmer's Market Recipes Cauliflower soup (serves 4-6) 1 firm head fresh cauliflower. 1/4 c. onion, more or less to taste 1/4 - 1/2 c. fat-free sour cream approx. 3/4 c. milk slight dash/pinch curry powder (resulting flavor should be richer but not identifiable as curry) dash garlic powder 1/2 c. grated Parmesan cheese 1/4 - 1/2 c. shredded mild white cheddar, optional salt to [...]

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

Fresh from the Farm by Katie Malich

What is white or green or purple or orange; full of vitamin C, dietary fiber and folate; and only 25 calories per 3.5 ounce serving? Don't let this rainbow of color stump you. The answer is cauliflower. Most of us are familiar with white heads of cauliflower. Did you know that different varieties of cauliflower can be orange, purple or green, too? Shopping at the Culver City Farmers [...]

Culver City Winter Wonderland Celebration by Miriam Estavanez

Culver City Winter Wonderland Celebration by Miriam Estavanez

Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! The Veterans Memorial Park was transformed last Saturday, Jan. 9, courtesy of the Culver City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department. The Winter Wonderland was part of a dedication ceremony for the new playground that was built in Veterans Memorial Park on Dec. 3. The playground was built by volunteers from the Culver City Great Parks [...]

Just a Thought- Philosophy Refresher by Judith Martin-Straw

Just a Thought- Philosophy Refresher by Judith Martin-Straw

Mary Daly died at just the right time on January 3 last week. I have been heartbroken and weary with all the funerals I have attended lately, but when I heard that one of my favorite philosophers had left the planet, it was the cue that I needed to pick up her books again and remind myself why she was so inspiring. I first discovered Mary Daly on the shelves of a used bookstore in Long Beach. [...]

City Council Will Talk About Involvement Tonight

City Council Will Talk About Involvement Tonight

This Monday, January 11, the City Council of Culver City will be starting the New Year by holding its meeting with seven important topics that need your perspective. These topics include: 1. Public Notification – who, when, and how our City must inform the community of important issues; and Public Involvement – ways of encouraging the community to participate in our City; 2. [...]

Real Estate and the Cost of Repairs by Natalie Bergman

Real Estate and the Cost of Repairs by Natalie Bergman

In the long run it doesn’t pay to delay on taking care of your biggest investment. Keeping your home in good repair can help to avoid expenses down the road. Take a walk around the exterior of your home and look for signs of wear and tear: a. peeling paint: worn uncovered surfaces can lead to delicious meals for termites leading to dry rot requiring repair or even tenting b. Broken screens [...]

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