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Three miracles move The Jazz Bakery closer to a new home in Culver City




Ruth Price, owner of The Jazz Bakery; Scott Malsin, mayor of Culver City; and KPCC's John Rabe. The dog is Pork Chop, a rescue from Taiwan who is deaf, and so, alas, can't hear jazz.
Ruth Price, owner of The Jazz Bakery; Scott Malsin, mayor of Culver City; and KPCC's John Rabe. The dog is Pork Chop, a rescue from Taiwan who is deaf, and so, alas, can't hear jazz.
Gregory Dahl

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Off-Ramp host John Rabe talks with The Jazz Bakery's founder, Ruth Price, about three strokes of great fortune putting Culver City on track to having a new Jazz Bakery in a couple years: a gift of land from the city - right next to the Kirk Douglas Theatre - plus a $2-million Annenberg grant, and a commitment from celebrity architect Frank Gehry to design the place.