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I made (and ate) a clafoutis au poires instead of writing a blog post. Emilien said: "If there were a dessert contest, you'd be the winner!" Suddenly, I don't feel so bad about being such an irregular blogger...

The L.A. Times compared the conspicuous lack of congestion during the closure of 10 miles of the 405 freeway this weekend to the now utterly embarrassing end-of-millenium scare, "Carmageddon could turn out to be the biggest non-event since Y2K." The mother of all traffic jams...

Scoli Acosta, a dear friend, was in the news this weekend.   Everyday objects turn to art in Scoli Acosta's hands The artist's sculpture, installation, drawing, painting and photography alter the recognizable into the whimsical. By Holly Myers, Special to the Los Angeles Times June 12, 2011 "The aesthetics of resourcefulness"...

[caption id="attachment_212" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Artwalk 2011"][/caption]   The Culver City Bicycle Coalition will provide a free bike valet at Artwalk today. Park your bike, get a goody bag (while supplies last), and explore over 35 galleries along Washington and La Cienega Boulevards on Saturday, June 4th....

The Culver City Democratic Club's May meeting featured a panel discussion on one of the most pressing issues of our time: energy policy. In the context of the B.P. oil spill, the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, increasing record-breaking weather, and ongoing wars in oil-producing countries: we...