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Intermittent Closure on Ballona Bike Path

While the season of storms may or may not be over, infrastructure is still struggling to keep up with the vast amount of water moving through the city. A lengthy section of the bike path that goes under Sepulveda Boulevard and comes up again past Sawtelle Boulevard has seen intermittent closures due to flooding from an outfall. Because this is in the City of Los Angeles, it is overseen by the LA Dept. of Water and Power, and not our own Public Works Dept.While the closure was first posted March 28, 2024, the Los Angeles DWP is still i...

While the season of storms may or may not be over, infrastructure is still struggling to keep up with the vast amount of water moving through the city. A lengthy section of the bike path that goes under Sepulveda Boulevard and comes up again past Sawtelle Boulevard has seen intermittent closures due to flooding from an outfall. Because this is in the City of Los Angeles, it is overseen by the LA Dept. of Water and Power, and not our own Public Works Dept.

While the closure was first posted March 28, 2024, the Los Angeles DWP is still investigating if the problem is a broken water main, or if the excess is just from rainfall. Cyclists heading west are advised to exit the path at Sepulveda and re-renter at the Sawtelle gate.

Culver City is thrilled to announce its collaboration with Healthcare in Action, a street-based medical group that provides comprehensive healthcare services for behavioral health and substance use disorders, as well as housing navigation and care management support for individuals experiencing homelessness. Through this partnership, Culver City aims to address the healthcare needs of its unhoused residents by implementing HIA’s groundbreaking “street medicine” model.

“Our agreement with Healthcare in Action marks a significant step forward in our efforts to address the healthcare needs of our unhoused residents,” said Culver City Mayor Yasmine-Imani McMorrin. “By bringing critical medical and social services directly, we are enhancing accessibility and improving outcomes for those who need it most. We are meeting the needs of our community and ensuring that everyone has the resources they need to thrive.”

Healthcare in Action Medical Group, launched by the SCAN Group in 2021, is renowned for its commitment to providing comprehensive medical care and social services to homeless populations across Southern California. With 11 mobile healthcare teams serving six counties, HIA specializes in offering full-scope general medical services, addiction treatment, psychiatric care, and case management directly to unhoused individuals using mobile medical vans.

The HIA street medicine teams operate during standard weekday business hours and provide 24/7 access to on-call clinicians. In Culver City, the HIA mobile homeless healthcare team will offer weekly services at various locations with high concentrations of unhoused individuals.

Key services provided by the HIA mobile healthcare team include:

Full scope primary medical careAddiction counseling and medication-assisted treatmentPsychiatric care, including medication managementLaboratory testing and point-of-care ultrasonographyMedication dispensary and delivery servicesReferrals and transportation to medical specialist appointmentsEnrollment in the Coordinated Entry System (CES)Assistance with social service program applicationsProvision of mobile phones and GPS tracking devices for enhanced communication“HIA is excited to collaborate with Culver City and introduce our innovative care delivery model to meet the complex and unique needs of the unhoused community,” said Dr. Michael Hochman, CEO of Healthcare in Action. “Our goal is to provide quality healthcare support and services with dignity and respect to individuals experiencing homelessness, with the ultimate goal of facilitating their transition into stable housing.”

For more information, visit the Healthcare in Action website or email info@healthcareinaction.org

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Culver City Rock and Mineral Club's Fiesta of Gems Show

The Culver City Rock and Mineral Club will present its 61st Annual Fiesta of Gems Show on Saturday, June 29, 2024 from 10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA 90230. This year the featured gemstone is Turquoise. Admission and parking are free. For more information contact Janice Metz at ...

The Culver City Rock and Mineral Club will present its 61st Annual Fiesta of Gems Show on Saturday, June 29, 2024 from 10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City, CA 90230. This year the featured gemstone is Turquoise. Admission and parking are free. For more information contact Janice Metz at culvercityrocks35@gmail.com

The Fiesta of Gems is a free educational event for the community which provides fossils, gems and mineral exhibits, demonstrations, and children’s programs. We also offer jewelry making demonstrations, gem, mineral dealers, tools, and books sales. This event helps several community programs in Culver City and helps to educate and inspire elementary students in Earth Science activities. It also enables the Culver City Rock and Mineral Club to provide donations to other various Culver City organizations.

Fiesta of Gems Show offers over 35 gem and mineral dealers from California, New Mexico, and Arizona who will sell minerals, gems, slabs, cabochons, beads, and jewelry findings. The Culver City Rock and Mineral Club members will exhibit gem and mineral works of art, jewelry pieces, and private collections of gems and minerals. There will be workshops throughout the weekend introducing various techniques of jewelry making.

According to geologyin.com, with depleting mines, turquoise, the most sacred stone to the Navajo, has become increasingly rare. A Sky-blue colored stone with a gray and gold spiderweb matrix sits melded into an intricate silver ring with engraved feathers along the sides. This one piece of jewelry may have taken years to make and is worth thousands of dollars, but the story it tells is priceless. It’s the story of a stone, of a culture, a history and of tradition—the story of the Navajos.

For more information on the 61st Fiesta of Gems Show or the Culver City Rock and Mineral Club, contact Janice Metz at culvercityrocks35@gmail.com or refer to our website http://www.culvercityrocks.org/.

ABOUT THE CULVER CITY ROCK AND MINERAL CLUB

The purpose of the CULVER CITY ROCK & MINERAL CLUB is to bring together persons interested in the earth sciences, to engage in research and study in this realm, and to assist members in the collection and preservation of rocks and minerals and in the study of lapidary and related arts.

Culver City is now a destination for the comforts of pie

At the counter of Nicole Rucker’s new freestanding location of Fat & Flour in Culver City, pie is never far from the line of vision.The cafe serves plenty of other savory and sweet possibilities: focaccia sandwiches ready to be griddled into panini; grain and vegetable salads, including a clever cold pasta salad featuring spinach ravioli; tidy stacks of cookies and scones tumbled together on a short pedestal; occasional and excellent batches of quiche.The queen of pie expands her domainMostly, though, I am he...

At the counter of Nicole Rucker’s new freestanding location of Fat & Flour in Culver City, pie is never far from the line of vision.

The cafe serves plenty of other savory and sweet possibilities: focaccia sandwiches ready to be griddled into panini; grain and vegetable salads, including a clever cold pasta salad featuring spinach ravioli; tidy stacks of cookies and scones tumbled together on a short pedestal; occasional and excellent batches of quiche.

The queen of pie expands her domain

Mostly, though, I am here for pie, as I am generally in life and specifically in whatever form Rucker’s businesses take. She’s been rightly regarded as baking royalty in Los Angeles for at least a dozen years, when she aced the KCRW-FM “Good Food” pie contest in 2012 with four awards while working at Gjelina Take Away and Gjusta. Her now-closed restaurant Fiona was the subject of my first review for The Times five years ago. Many of us have marked the arrival of strawberry, apricot, cherry and peach seasons with trips to her first outpost of Fat & Flour, a stand in Grand Central Market next to Kwang Uh and Mina Park’s Shiku.

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Rucker’s Culver City store opened in early December. Dairy-rich pies, including banana cream and her not-too-sweet Key lime signature, line the shelves of its refrigerated deli case. After downtown staple Nickel Diner closed in May, Rucker inherited a vintage countertop pie case that displays plated slices on six tiers. Often an entire pie sits on the counter — have there been studies on the psychological allure of ordering the first wedge carved from the whole? — while others cool on a rack in the background. The sense of abundance feels reassuring.

A pie is only as good as its crust. Rucker and her longtime right-hand baker Krystle Shelton have the gift: The texture flakes and shatters against the teeth and promptly melts into a memory of butter. Flavors change with the calendar and in fits of imagination. Lately there’s been custardy passion fruit-tangerine chess pie, hidden in whipped cream as thick as a cloud bank, and a streusel-topped combination of pear and cranberry that likely won’t reappear again until Thanksgiving. Pumpkin pie spices pop in an apple-sour cream beauty.

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Rucker rejects didacticism around pie made only with in-season fruit: If the frozen product comes from West Coast orchards — some of which, such as the peach trees she “adopts” each year from legendary Masumoto Family Farm near Fresno, she picks herself and processes — she embraces it. Yes, fresh rhubarb will appear in its classic pairing with strawberries come springtime. But right now at Fat & Flour frozen rhubarb basks in a solo moment, flavored with tangerine juice and vanilla bean paste to give its astringency brightness and warmth. It’s even better buried under whipped cream.

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The greatness of Grand Central Market, which recently ascended to “Hall of Fame” status in The Times’ annual 101 Best Restaurants guide, is in its neon blare and its swarms of hungry wanderers. Given Rucker’s reputation, the cafe in Culver City has a steady flow of customers, but calm is its default. I felt cheered a few days ago sitting at a table near the sunny entrance, SZA’s “Snooze” playing overhead, two of us sharing three slices of pie in relative quiet.

As you might know, it’s been a devastating week. Meg James stated the situation succinctly in her Company Town column: “The Los Angeles Times announced Tuesday that it was laying off at least 115 people — or more than 20% of the newsroom — in one of the largest workforce reductions in the history of the 142-year-old institution.” We’re losing not only core colleagues in the Food section but crucial talents from the photography, audience engagement and video departments who gave our work its shine, particularly in digital spaces.

In recent years I’ve tended to resist couching foods in terms of comfort: There’s a lot to be angry about in the world, and sustenance is wielded as both weapon and salve. But finding solace in eating is also a primal urge, so I’ll say it plainly: If a slice of beautifully made pie gives your soul ease, as it does mine, you’ll do no better in Los Angeles than Fat & Flour.

11739 Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, fatandflourla.com

A ‘Top Chef’ winner brings Lebanese cuisine to West Hollywood

Written prior to the dire announcements, I set down a mostly joyful review of Ladyhawk, the 3-month-old Lebanese restaurant in West Hollywood.

Charbel Hayek is the 26-year-old chef forging a remarkably controlled style between tradition and imagination in his approach to the cuisine. Born in Beirut and raised by a mother who is also a chef, Hayek had a professional breakthrough in 2022 when he won the fifth season of “Top Chef Middle East” and was the youngest chef to compete in the 2023 season of “Top Chef: All-Stars.” Before his victory, he’d spent a few years as a line cook working for Josiah Citrin at Mélisse.

His return to Los Angeles marks his first time as chef and partner in a restaurant. Ladyhawk is on the ground floor of the Kimpton La Peer Hotel. The location did give me initial pause. Hotel restaurants are case-by-case scenarios. Too many of them recruit local or national culinary celebrities as consultants who shine their brilliance on a promising launch, only for the polish to dull when they turn their attention to other projects.

So far, so good at Ladyhawk. Which dishes do I recommend for the finest possible experience? Check out the review.

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12 Hot New Brunch Spots to Check Out in Los Angeles

Brunch is a year-round activity in Los Angeles. Over the weekend, some of the city’s best restaurants offer outstanding Benedicts, buttery pancakes, and more that are best paired with a cocktail, mimosa, or mocktail. Here are 12 hot new brunch spots to try this weekend in Los Angeles. For LA’s essential brunch destinations, check out this list.Eater maps are curated by editors and aim to reflect a diversity of neighbor...

Brunch is a year-round activity in Los Angeles. Over the weekend, some of the city’s best restaurants offer outstanding Benedicts, buttery pancakes, and more that are best paired with a cocktail, mimosa, or mocktail. Here are 12 hot new brunch spots to try this weekend in Los Angeles. For LA’s essential brunch destinations, check out this list.

Eater maps are curated by editors and aim to reflect a diversity of neighborhoods, cuisines, and prices. Learn more about our editorial process.

For brunch in a stunning space, head to Woodland Hills’ coastal Mediterranean restaurant Casalena. On Saturday and Sunday, brunch runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with an extensive food menu and cocktails to pair. Look forward to dishes including challah French toast with orange whipped cream, eggs Benedict, a classic French omelet, and more.

Head to Lemon Grove at the Aster in Hollywood for rooftop views and former Top Chef contestant Marcel Vigneron’s take on California cuisine. Those with a sweet tooth will do well with the bananas foster pancakes, while the dragonfruit chia pudding is ideal for those wanting something lighter. Sip some bubbly while taking in sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills.

Linden chef Jonathan Harris is serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting on April 20. Head to the Hollywood restaurant for a daytime meal that beautifully blends the diverse cultures of New York, the Caribbean, and Jewish traditions. The brunch menu includes Harris’s take on the iconic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich, bucatini carbonara, tres leches French toast, and more.

Though Norma may be better known for its dinner offerings, head to West Hollywood on Sundays from 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to find the restaurant serving a full brunch menu. A pork belly breakfast burrito, regular and gluten-free waffles, and a breakfast burger headline the daytime menu.

While it’s hard to top the charm of Coucou’s original Venice location, the new West Hollywood restaurant is doing its best with a welcoming patio and a crowd-pleasing brunch. Served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., brunch features Parisian-inspired fare, including croissants with jam, a French-style omelet with caviar, and steak frites.

Ladyhawk, one of LA’s most talked about Eastern Mediterranean spots, is welcoming brunch-goers on Saturdays and Sundays. The Ladyhawk brunch platter is perfect for sharing with a group and includes akawi and string cheeses, labneh, black olives, tomatoes, cucumber, makdous (oil-cured eggplant), honeycomb, and two eggs any style.

Koreatown’s fresh daytime cafe serves a tight menu of pineapple bun pastries, beef curry croquettes, tea egg salad brioche sandwiches, and Hong Kong-style French toast. Finish meals with a refreshing milk tea or iced jasmine passionfruit tea. Parking is a bit tough, which makes transit the better choice.

The ground floor of the Hoxton makes for an ideal diner space, so Boka Group, which operates Cabra upstairs and the Girl and the Goat in the Arts District, converted the former Cafe Basque into Moonlark’s Dinette. With chef Chris Pandel at the helm, expect a true Midwestern approach to daytime fare like a deluxe breakfast sandwich with Taylor ham on a housemade English muffin, a sweet-salty Monte Cristo sandwich, and chilaquiles verdes.

One of LA’s hottest new pizza spots also offers brunch daily from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with lunch options starting right after. On the breakfast menu at Prima Donna, find a full bread section with options including croissants and a bagel with lox, plus lemon ricotta pancakes, a market frittata, and more.

Culver City wine shop, Stanley’s Wet Goods, cooks up an impressive brunch during daytime hours. The menu features Turkish eggs with garlicky lemon-herb yogurt; eggs on toasted Bub and Grandma’s sourdough with prosciutto, pesto, arugula, and aged Parmesan; and a meatball panino. Given the shop’s extensive wine collection, there are lots of by-the-glass options to pair with the meal.

For bottomless brunch, head to El Segundo’s Tapizon. On Sundays, the restaurant offers a Bossa Nova brunch with all-you-can-drink mimosas, plus Brazilian bites including feijoada, picanha steak and eggs, and french toast. If bottomless, with a side of Bossa Nova, isn’t on the agenda, the brunch menu is also available on Saturdays.

For brunch in the South Bay, look no further than breezy French newcomer, Mangette. A duo of Los Angeles restaurant veterans, Alicia Kemper and Marie Delbarry, are behind the new cafe in Long Beach’s Zaferia District. Find ample sweet and savory offerings on the menu, including an olive oil cake, soft scrambled eggs, and a jambon beurre sandwich.

For brunch in a stunning space, head to Woodland Hills’ coastal Mediterranean restaurant Casalena. On Saturday and Sunday, brunch runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with an extensive food menu and cocktails to pair. Look forward to dishes including challah French toast with orange whipped cream, eggs Benedict, a classic French omelet, and more.

Head to Lemon Grove at the Aster in Hollywood for rooftop views and former Top Chef contestant Marcel Vigneron’s take on California cuisine. Those with a sweet tooth will do well with the bananas foster pancakes, while the dragonfruit chia pudding is ideal for those wanting something lighter. Sip some bubbly while taking in sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills.

Linden chef Jonathan Harris is serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting on April 20. Head to the Hollywood restaurant for a daytime meal that beautifully blends the diverse cultures of New York, the Caribbean, and Jewish traditions. The brunch menu includes Harris’s take on the iconic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich, bucatini carbonara, tres leches French toast, and more.

Though Norma may be better known for its dinner offerings, head to West Hollywood on Sundays from 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to find the restaurant serving a full brunch menu. A pork belly breakfast burrito, regular and gluten-free waffles, and a breakfast burger headline the daytime menu.

While it’s hard to top the charm of Coucou’s original Venice location, the new West Hollywood restaurant is doing its best with a welcoming patio and a crowd-pleasing brunch. Served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., brunch features Parisian-inspired fare, including croissants with jam, a French-style omelet with caviar, and steak frites.

Ladyhawk, one of LA’s most talked about Eastern Mediterranean spots, is welcoming brunch-goers on Saturdays and Sundays. The Ladyhawk brunch platter is perfect for sharing with a group and includes akawi and string cheeses, labneh, black olives, tomatoes, cucumber, makdous (oil-cured eggplant), honeycomb, and two eggs any style.

Koreatown’s fresh daytime cafe serves a tight menu of pineapple bun pastries, beef curry croquettes, tea egg salad brioche sandwiches, and Hong Kong-style French toast. Finish meals with a refreshing milk tea or iced jasmine passionfruit tea. Parking is a bit tough, which makes transit the better choice.

The ground floor of the Hoxton makes for an ideal diner space, so Boka Group, which operates Cabra upstairs and the Girl and the Goat in the Arts District, converted the former Cafe Basque into Moonlark’s Dinette. With chef Chris Pandel at the helm, expect a true Midwestern approach to daytime fare like a deluxe breakfast sandwich with Taylor ham on a housemade English muffin, a sweet-salty Monte Cristo sandwich, and chilaquiles verdes.

One of LA’s hottest new pizza spots also offers brunch daily from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with lunch options starting right after. On the breakfast menu at Prima Donna, find a full bread section with options including croissants and a bagel with lox, plus lemon ricotta pancakes, a market frittata, and more.

Culver City wine shop, Stanley’s Wet Goods, cooks up an impressive brunch during daytime hours. The menu features Turkish eggs with garlicky lemon-herb yogurt; eggs on toasted Bub and Grandma’s sourdough with prosciutto, pesto, arugula, and aged Parmesan; and a meatball panino. Given the shop’s extensive wine collection, there are lots of by-the-glass options to pair with the meal.

For bottomless brunch, head to El Segundo’s Tapizon. On Sundays, the restaurant offers a Bossa Nova brunch with all-you-can-drink mimosas, plus Brazilian bites including feijoada, picanha steak and eggs, and french toast. If bottomless, with a side of Bossa Nova, isn’t on the agenda, the brunch menu is also available on Saturdays.

For brunch in the South Bay, look no further than breezy French newcomer, Mangette. A duo of Los Angeles restaurant veterans, Alicia Kemper and Marie Delbarry, are behind the new cafe in Long Beach’s Zaferia District. Find ample sweet and savory offerings on the menu, including an olive oil cake, soft scrambled eggs, and a jambon beurre sandwich.

Ivy Station Night Market: Spring Fling

We're saying adiós winter, hello spring with a special Spring Fling edition of our monthly night market on the Ivy Station lawn! Join us Friday, April 12th from 5pm-10pm on the Ivy Station lawn in Culver City to shake off those winter blues and bloom into your best season yet. Browse unique finds from dozens of local artisanal vendors, plus enjoy gourmet food trucks and on-site dining, craft beer from Los Angeles Ale Works, lawn games, and beats from our resident DJ. This market is family and dog-friendly and a fun destination for dat...

We're saying adiós winter, hello spring with a special Spring Fling edition of our monthly night market on the Ivy Station lawn! Join us Friday, April 12th from 5pm-10pm on the Ivy Station lawn in Culver City to shake off those winter blues and bloom into your best season yet. Browse unique finds from dozens of local artisanal vendors, plus enjoy gourmet food trucks and on-site dining, craft beer from Los Angeles Ale Works, lawn games, and beats from our resident DJ. This market is family and dog-friendly and a fun destination for date night, a meetup with friends, or a family outing!

Admission, Location, and Parking:

Admission is free for this event. Free parking for this event will be available in the Ivy Station garage (entrances at 8900 Venice Blvd. or 8840 National Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232). Follow signs for visitor parking. Take the elevator or stairs up into the park plaza. Ivy Station is also conveniently located at the Culver City stop of the Metro E line and has ample bike parking on site.

About Ivy Station:

Eat, drink, shop, and stay at Ivy Station, Culver City’s newest mixed-use destination. In addition to exploring a curated and expanding mix of shops and restaurants, visitors can enjoy the lawn and gardens and participate in a variety of free community events.

Now open at Ivy Station: Canopy Club, Carbon Health, Equator Coffees, Health Nut, Healthy Spot, Los Angeles Ale Works, Mayweather Boxing + Fitness, milk + honey, Prima Donna, Solidcore, Starlight the Carwash, Sweetfin, The Shay, Upper Ivy Residences, Warner Bros. Discovery, and YogaSix.

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