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Culver City is Not in the City of Los Angeles (and the Yuppy 9-1-1 Device)

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In front of the Culver Hotel | Photo by puck90 via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr


In front of the Culver Hotel | Photo by puck90 via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr
Chatsworth is Los Angeles. San Fernando is not. Hollywood is Los Angeles. West Hollywood is Not. Venice is Los Angeles. Marina del Rey is not. Studio City is Los Angeles. Culver City is not.

Yesterday, NPR's All Things Considered decided to inform listeners about their NPR West studio's location, interviewing the very proud Andrew Weissman, mayor of Culver City:

Also on NPR: All Things Considered also talks to Matt Scharper, California's Search and Rescue about the Yuppy 9-1-1 device. Listen below: